Workweek Prize

Website: https://www.artquest.org.uk/project/workweek-prize

Art Licks Weekend began in 2013 to support and promote artist-led and small-scale exhibitions and projects in east and south-east London. From its first year, Artquest has awarded the Workweek Prize to celebrate and encourage artist-led and independent curatorial projects in London, and their support of the local and international art scene. The Prize supports critical, risk-taking projects and is open to independent artist-led spaces, and independent curatorial projects without a fixed venue. A total cash prize of £600 is awarded to be shared amongst the organiser and exhibiting artists. The winner will be selected from applications received for Art Licks Weekend.

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Expires: July 6, 2016


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