Women at Work Artist Residency

Website: https://www.acava.org/news/women-work-artist-residency-opportunity

ACAVA and Building BloQs are calling for proposals from a women artist for a residency as part of the Heritage Lottery Funded Women at Work: Then and Now project in Enfield. Artist must show competency with working with machinery within workshop environment. The selected artist will be resident at Building BloQ’s open-access workshop. She will research Enfield’s women in industry since conscription in 1916 and use her findings to interpret and generate a body of work and participatory opportunities for local people. The 12 week residency, starting in mid-October will include a research period at Enfield Local Studies Archive, a visit to The National Co-operative Archives in Manchester and 8 Weeks within the Building BloQ’s workshop. The artist fee is £3294. Travel to The National Co-operative Archives, Manchester will be covered.

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Expires: October 2, 2017


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