William Morris Gallery Artist in Residence

Website: http://www.wmgallery.org.uk/get_involved/artist-in-residence-2017-18

The William Morris Gallery is inviting applications for a three month residency to take place in the autumn/winter of 2017 (timing negotiable). The opportunity is aimed at emerging and mid-career artists, providing space and time to become immersed in the Gallery’s collection. The opportunity is open to visual artists working in any medium or discipline, from film and photography to textiles or metalwork. Proposals can engage with any aspect of Morris’s legacy, from his approach to craft and design to his ideas about the environment and social equality. The residency is open to artists who live or work in Waltham Forest or neighbouring east London boroughs (Hackney, Newham, Tower Hamlets, Haringey, Redbridge, Enfield). The residency offers an artist fee of £3000 and a budget of up to £2000 for associated costs (eg materials or events).

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Expires: August 14, 2017


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