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SPACE Studios - London

Competition

Greater Denton Arts Council - Denton, Texas

Residency

New York Art Residency & Studios (NARS) Foundation - Sunset Park, Brooklyn, New York

Competition

François Schneider Foundation - Wattwiller

Exhibition

Royal West of England Academy - RWA, Queens Road, Bristol

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Daiwa Foundation Art Prize - London

Exhibition

K(now) Gallery - New York, NY, United States

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S&R Foundation - Washington DC

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Agency for cultural affairs, Government of Japan - Tokyo

Residency

Louise Hobson - Newtown, Powys, Wales

Exhibition

The Arches Project - Birmingham

Exhibition

Harald Turek - Nenagh, Ireland

Job

Paulette and Fabrice - Crystal Palace, London

Residency

AADK Spain - Centro Negra, Blanca

Exhibition

Isabella - London

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The VIA Arts Prize Team - London

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Abigail Stuart-Menteth - London

Commission

Collusion - Cambridge

Exhibition

Whistle Stop Gallery - Online (Granite City, IL, USA)

Exhibition

Julie Brandon - Torquay

Exhibition

Barbican Arts Trust - London

Exhibition

Art Fair East - Norwich

Exhibition

MPGart - Vittoria (RG) Italy

Residency

La Macina di San Cresci - Greve in Chianti

Competition

Oriel Davies - Newtown

Competition

Associazione Premio Eleanor Worthington - Urbino, Italy

Residency

Beata Szechy - Budapest, Hungary

Prize

Caitlin - London/International

Competition

Helen Rawlins - National

Exhibition

Federation of British Artists - Westminster

Exhibition

Clare Nattress - York

Exhibition

Cristina Cellini - London

Commission

Oriel Davies - Newtown

Open Call: FREE professional development opportunity

Deadline

25/09/2017

Details

London Creative Network (LCN) is a professional development programme for artists and creative practitioners in London. Delivered by SPACE, with Cockpit Arts, Four Corners and Photofusion.

SPACE supports visual artists to realise a project within a 6 month-period using innovative technologies or processes. The emphasis is on developing new products and services leading to a more sustainable practice.
SPACE has been providing workspaces and advocacy for artists and supporting innovation since 1968.

Cockpit Arts supports craftspeople through a rolling programme to develop new processes, products and services, underpinned by business skills and leading to a more sustainable practice. The programme caters for all types of craft practices – from batch producers to artist-makers.
Cockpit Arts is an award winning social enterprise and the UK’s only creative-business incubator for craftspeople.

Four Corners supports photographers to develop their practice through a programme of specialist workshops, mentoring support, in-house facilities and networking, with the opportunity to create and showcase new projects.
Four Corners is a learning, production and exhibition centre for film and photography based in East London for over 40 years.

Photofusion supports photographers who wish to extend their practice by incorporating new ways of working, with an emphasis on the development of new products and services. Photofusion offers specialist workshops, use of in-house facilities, and mentoring, as well as advice on how to incorporate these new ways of working into existing business/artistic plans.
Photofusion is London’s largest independent photography resource centre and has been operating in South London since 1979.


Deadline: Monday 25 September 2017, 11.59pm
For info on how to apply visit: www.spacestudios.org.uk


The London Creative Network programme is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.

Contact

SPACE Studios
arZp0tistdevelopMvment@spjogacestudijDrosYeL.orCVg.TZuk
London
www.spacestudios.org.uk