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Apr022012

Research + Curatorial Project Bursaries

International Art Research Bursaries | Deadline 18 April 2012, 18.00

Turning Point South West, working with Spike Associates is offering a number of bursaries for visual art practitioners, including curators, artists, writers, freelance cultural producers based in the South West region – Gloucestershire, Wiltshire, Bristol, Bath, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.

A limited number of bursaries up to £300 will be available to help fund research trips nationally and internationally between April and end of September 2012 which could include major International art festivals or Biennials including Documenta 13, Glasgow International, 7th Berlin Biennale, Manifesta 9, Liverpool Biennale or independent research trips.

Successful applicants will attend an event later in the year to share the experience of their trips in the context of their wider practice.

For further information and details of how to apply, please click here>>

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Curatorial Project Bursaries | Deadline 18 April 2012, 18.00

Turning Point South West, working with Spike Associates is offering a number of bursaries for visual art practitioners, including curators, artists, writers, freelance cultural producers based in the South West region – Gloustershire, Wiltshire, Bristol, Bath, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.

A limited number bursaries of up £300 will be available to help fund ambitious curatorial projects, including exhibition, event and broader projects with artists, to be delivered by the end of 2012. Support with connecting to arts organisations and venues for events will also be available.

Successful applicants will attend an event later in the year to feed back about the project.

For more information, and details of how to apply, click here>>

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