UK/Ukraine Artist Residency Programme

Website: http://www.britishcouncil.org.ua/en/programmes/arts/visual-arts/swap

The British Council in Ukraine and the Liverpool Biennial announce the second iteration of SWAP: UK/Ukraine Artist Residency Programme, aiming to connect artists from Ukraine and the UK and support their professional development and internationalisation. They are looking for 4 UK-based artists looking to spend up to 45 days in one of the residency programmes hosted by their partners in Ukraine (Kyiv and Kharkiv) in August – September (Kharkiv) and September – October 2017 (Kyiv). Artists will be provided with travel, accommodation, a studio, a stipend of £1125 to cover meals and other personal costs, and a materials stipend (£500). There are also residencies in the UK for Ukraine-based artists.

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Expires: June 30, 2017


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