Trajectories

Website: https://www.watermans.org.uk/events/trajectories-open-call/

Trajectories is a three-year programme of thematic events – including exhibitions, workshops discussions and talks – exploring the role, importance, and value of art, design and technology in education and beyond. Proposals for the exhibition and workshops (aimed at young adults), are welcome from recent artist graduates or postgraduate students currently studying on a MA/MFA/PGDip/PhD or equivalent course in the UK, producing new media art, digital art/design, interaction design and similar. Watermans will provide assistance for installation, transport and an honorarium. Watermans is an arts centre in West London and an independent charity with an outreach programme.

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Expires: October 30, 2017


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