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Call for Proposals: ‘Thinking Through Extinction’ Writing Residency
Deadline: 29/05/2020 | Published: 13/05/2020 | Venue: Online (Manchester Museum) | Country: United Kingdom | Corridor8
Corridor8, in partnership with the University of Leeds and Manchester Museum, invites proposals for an online writing residency for the AHRC-funded project ‘Thinking Through Extinction’. The successful applicant will work closely with commissioned artist Laurence Payot to develop a piece of writing that responds critically and/or creatively to the project’s concepts and themes. The final work will be refined in conversation with editors and academic leads and showcased in a print publication alongside other commissioned writing and artwork. The publication will be distributed nationally and promoted through partners’ networks and platforms.