Opportunity: Warwick Stafford Research Fellowship

Laurence Kavanagh, Calender Series Cinema Screen (Death Mask), Warwick Stafford Fellow 2014-15

Laurence Kavanagh, Calender Series Cinema Screen (Death Mask), Warwick Stafford Fellow 2014-15

Early to mid career practitioners in Fine Art are invited to apply for the Northumbria University Warwick Stafford Research Fellowship 2015/16 until Monday 28th September, 5pm.

The fellowship offers a £20,000 bursary to the chosen candidate, plus:
•    A studio space in the BxNU Institute for Contemporary Art at BALTIC 39
•    Technical Support
•    Participation in an environment of postgraduate and PhD art researchers
•    Access to leading academics and internationally renowned artists

The Fellowship is an opportunity to advance practice, research and engage with a stimulating community of professional artists, students, fine art researchers and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art partners.

To find out more information about the fellowship, visitbaltic39.com/warwick-stafford

To apply, click here