Watershed Artist in Residence

Website: http://www.watershed.co.uk/news/announcing-an-open-call-for-our-2017-residencies/

Watershed’s Artist in Residence call is an invitation to research and make work at the intersection of art and technology. It is open to all artists of any discipline, who have been practising for two or more years. There is one residency available, which comes with a structured programme, work space at Pervasive Media Studio in Bristol, a network of peers, plus financial, technical and critical support. The residency will take place in autumn/winter. The residency offers a bursary of £3500, up to £1000 production budget and up to £1000 for travel and accommodation.

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Expires: July 24, 2017


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