Tower Bridge Artist in Residence

Website: http://www.towerbridge.org.uk/learning/communities/artist-in-residence/

Tower Bridge is happy to announce that the application process for the 2018 Artist in Residence programme is now open. They are looking to invite data artists inside Tower Bridge to reveal new perspectives hidden within the fascinating data built up over the Bridge’s 124-year history. They are looking for a data artist with experience of schools and/or family engagement to be resident for a total of 40 days, between August 2018 and January 2019. The creation of new works will take place between August and October 2018, followed by an exhibition inside Tower Bridge’s Engine Rooms between November 2018 and January 2019. There is a fee of £10,000 with separate budgets available for production and engagement activities.

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Expires: May 14, 2018


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