Wimbledon College of Arts – Artist in Residence

Website: http://www.paintingresearch.net/#!call-out-for-artist-in-residence/lzpq9

Wimbledon College of Arts is looking for an artist to be in residence in the Painting pathway for six weeks in the autumn term. The resident will solely occupy two adjoining spaces within which to make work – open weekdays – as well as have use of the college’s woodwork shop, print facilities, library and special collections. One of the spaces has built-in desk space with Mac desktop and the other is unfurnished. There will be a £200 stipend for materials and (reasonable) travel within London will be paid. The artist will give one paid Methodologies seminar and engage in up to 3 days of paid studio teaching as part of the residency. The residency coincides with the launch of their new research thematic: Borderlands: Collage into Painting. Applications which acknowledge a relationship to this research theme will be prioritised.

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Expires: August 21, 2016


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