The Wheatley Bequest Fine Art Fellowship

Website: https://www.bcu.ac.uk/art/news-and-events/wheatley-bequest-fellowship

Birmingham School of Art is seeking applications from contemporary visual artists for its annual Wheatley Fine Art Fellowship.

The £9,000 tax-free stipend fellowship is intended to give a practitioner time and resources to develop new work and ideas alongside staff and students at Birmingham City University’s School of Art. The successful applicant will be provided with a studio at the School and access to facilities and expertise across the faculty.

In the second term, which runs between January and May, the artist will work with a group of second year undergraduate students on a project negotiated between the artist and staff at the school. Teaching will not exceed one day per week with no teaching commitment in the first term.

The Fellowship lasts for 10 months, commencing in October 2017 and culminating in a public exhibition/event.

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Expires: July 14, 2017


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