'Caravanserai' Caravan Residency at Cambridge Artworks
Deadline: 19/04/2019 | Published: 12/03/2019 | Venue: Cambridge Artworks | City: Cambridge | Region: Cambridgeshire | Country: United Kingdom | Rachel WoollerReport this?
Cambridge Artworks invite artists to apply for their 'Caravanserai' Residency Programme. Deadline for Applications: 5.00pm Friday, 19th April 2019
The Caravanserai Residency Programme presents a unique opportunity for visual artists to work from the bespoke caravan-studio based in the grounds of Cambridge Artworks studio complex in central Cambridge.
WHO: Individual, emerging and established visual artists are invited to apply to participate.
WHEN: The selected artists will be part of a running programme of 2-4 week residencies taking place at Cambridge Artworks between May and September 2019. The timings have been designed for the greatest flexibility and to ensure asccessibility.
DETAILS: The Caravanserai Residency Programme provides time and space for artists to focus exclusively on their own practice with an emphasis on research, experimentation and the development of new work within the context of a vibrant artists community. Please note that living accommodation and expenses throughout the residency are NOT provided.
DEADLINE: 5.00pm Friday, 19th April 2019
Interviews for the residencies will be held on 1st and 2nd May 2019
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