Opportunity: Artist Residency (UK) with Culture and Climate Change

15th December 2015

Culture and Climate Change are seeking three artists to take part in a new form of arts residency, offering access to a network of climate change researchers across the UK. Each residency includes an award of £10,000.

APPLY NOW to be an artist in residence.

Culture and Climate Change welcome applications from individuals and collectives from any art form to work on new creative projects engaging with scenarios of climate change.CVIyUwpWoAAP-PU

This project, sets out to test the idea of ‘networked residencies’. Climate research has long relied on networked collaborations rather than individual, geographically-located centres.

Through these residencies, you will be able to research the issue of climate and spend time exploring and developing your own artistic practice. In this way we hope you will introduce a new cultural depth to public conversations around future scenarios.

Applications for this residency are made by submitting the attached form by Monday 15 February, 2016, 5pm. The residencies will take place between June 2016 and May 2017.

Before applying, please ensure you have read the background information document which describes the project in more detail and sets out some terms and conditions. There are contact details on there should you have any further questions.

Background Info 

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*post taken from The Center for Sustainable Practice in the Arts

 

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