Waterford Healing Arts Trust Artist-in-Residence

Website: http://waterfordhealingarts.com/call-for-applications-for-artist-in-residence/

Waterford Healing Arts Trust (WHAT) invites applications from artists of all arts disciplines for a six month residency based at University Hospital Waterford in Ireland. The focus of this residency will be the artist’s engagement with patients in University Hospital Waterford in participatory / collaborative arts experiences. The successful artist will receive a studio space for a six month period in the WHAT Centre for Arts and Health, and a fee of €4000 to include materials and / or production costs.

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Expires: March 31, 2017


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