V&A Capturing Motion Residency

Website: https://www.vam.ac.uk/vacancies

The Victoria and Albert museum is inviting applications from UK based practitioners working across all photography & motion media who wish to develop their practice or portfolio of work. They are interested in practitioners who will work in a critically informed way, with a thematic focus on movement and transit in relation to their collections. The residency will take place at the V&A South Kensington in London over a nine-month period and The V&A will provide a £12,000 bursary and a studio space within the Museum’s Sackler Centre for arts education. Applicants should have an interest in developing their practice and a good track record of producing and performing high quality work. We will consider applications from collectives as well as individual practitioners.

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Expires: June 7, 2019


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