Venice-Cardiff Residency

Website: http://www.addocreative.com/venice-cardiff-residency-opportunity/

Arts Council of Wales, Glandŵr Cymru (the Canal & Trust in Wales) and the curating agency Addo invite UK and international artists to submit short proposals in response to a residency opportunity on waterways in two cities, Venice, Italy and Cardiff, UK. The residency is an opportunity for an experienced artist to research and devise new work in response to the historic inland canals network to which these port cities are connected. From May – November 2016, the artist will develop ideas in response to the waterways in these two European cities with different waterway legacies. They will not be expected to spend the entire period traveling between the two cities, but the commissioning partners are looking for commitment and curiosity to explore themes suggested in the brief and to develop work for a future exhibition. Accommodation will be provided. In addition the artist will be paid a bursary of £7,500.

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Expires: April 15, 2016


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