V&A Ceramics Residency

Website: http://www.vam.ac.uk/blog/artists-residence-va/new-open-call-residency-for-early-career-uk-based-ceramic-artists

The V&A is inviting applications from early-career UK-based studio ceramicists (around 2-5 years since MA, or 5-10 years since BA) who wish to develop their practice in designing and making ceramics through working with the V&A’s collections and through public engagement activities. The Residency will be based in a purpose-built studio in the Ceramics galleries, at the V&A in London. It will take place over a six-month period from October 2016 – March 2017 and is open to UK-based practitioners. The artist will be paid £10,000 during their 6 month residency in monthly instalments. There will be an additional budget for materials for any public facing activities.

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Expires: May 30, 2016


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