University of Reading: Artist Residency and Commission

Website: https://collections.reading.ac.uk/art-collections/learn/artist-residencies/

The University of Reading Art Collection in partnership with Reading Museum are seeking an artist in residence to use the upcoming exhibition at Reading Museum, Rubens to Sickert: The Study of Drawing (6 May – 22 August), to pose questions around diversity in drawing practices and to produce a new commission for the University of Reading Art Collection, responding to the exhibition. Artist at any stage of their professional career are invited to apply however their practice must be concerned with questions of diversity and representation, have drawing as an element of their practice and whose practice incorporates interaction and exchange with non-professional groups. There is a fee of £6000 for the residency and commission.

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Expires: January 20, 2020


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