The Swiss Church of London Residency Programme 2019/20

Website: https://swisschurchlondon.org.uk/art/artist-residency/

The Swiss Church invites artists to apply for two three-month residencies from August to October 2019, and from April to June 2020. The artists will have access to the Church over this period and a workspace can be arranged if wished. Artists from all artistic disciplines as well as curators are encouraged to apply. The theme for the 2019/20 residency is UNDER ATTACK. The artist in residence is asked to share extracts of their work with the public at the end of the residency. The chosen artist in residence will receive a stipend of £1,500.

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Expires: June 9, 2019


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