Women Make Sculpture: theCoLAB Commission

Website: https://thecolab.artopps.co.uk

The inaugural Women Make Sculpture: theCoLAB Commission will award a female sculptor £15,000 towards the research, development and making of work(s) to be exhibited at one of three possible outdoor sites on the University College London (UCL)’s Bloomsbury Campus from mid-October 2019. The brief is open as to material, narrative and theme but the work must demonstrate an interest in making and materials or be inspired by the context for the work. The award may fund all or part of the development and making of a new or an existing idea that has not been realised or exhibited. Women Make Sculpture aims to dispel the myth that women artists do not (or cannot) make engaging, ambitious and, if desired, large scale outdoor works. It is open to all women sculptors living or working in the UK of any age. There is a submission fee of £20 per application as a contribution to theCoLAB’s administrative costs only. Only one application per artist is permitted.

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Expires: January 7, 2019


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