STANDPOINT FUTURES at Chisenhale Studios
DEVELOPMENT RESIDENCIES FOR VISUAL ARTISTS
Deadline: 6 September 2016
Application fee: £16
Standpoint Futures is a residency programme for visual artists, providing high calibre, tailored opportunities for discussion and interaction with the London art world. Applications are invited for the 2017 programme.
Each residency is 6 weeks long, working at new residency partners Chisenhale Studios in Bow, London E3. Standpoint Futures awards artists a free studio and accommodation during their residency, all advisor and mentoring meetings, plus a contribution to expenses of £100 per week.
The residencies will run from mid January – July 2017.
The submission portal will go live on Monday 1 August.
Deadline for applications: Tuesday 6 September
Interviews at Standpoint: Tuesday 4 October
Application fee: £16.00
Alfredo Cramerotti, Director MOSTYN
Ben Borthwick, Director Plymouth Arts Centre
Kwong Lee, Director Castlefield Gallery
Andrea Davidson, Arts Manager Chisenhale Studios
Fiona MacDonald, Director Standpoint Futures
For more information please follow the link to the website here
To download the Information for Applicants click here
Studio visitors to our residency artists in 2015 included Jonathan P Watts, Morgan Quaintance, Anthea Hamilton, Katie Guggenheim (Chisenhale Gallery), Marianne Forrest (Auto Italia), Milovan Farronato (Fiorucci Arts Trust), Dr Katherine Angel (Historian/Writer), Dr Betti Marenko (Central Saint Martins), Eddie Peake, Francesca Gavin, Andrea Francke, Amy Budd (Raven Row), Beatrice Gibson (LUX), Lindsay Seers, Nick Crowe, Ruth Ewan, Colin Perry (Writer), David Hoyland (Seventeen Gallery), Rachel Anderson (Artangel), and Anna Gritz (South London Gallery).