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New opportunities for artists and curators as part of the West of England Visual Arts Alliance

Mai-Thu Perret performance at Spike Island, Bristol (2019) In collaboration with Perret’s students at the Workmaster program, Labzone and Geneva School of Art and Design (HEAD – Genève), and with UK singer-songwriter Tamara Barnett-Herrin. Photograph by Lisa Whiting

New opportunities for artists and curators as part of the West of England Visual Arts Alliance

Spike Island is pleased to invite artists and curators to apply for new opportunities as part of the West of England Visual Arts Alliance, supported by Arts Council England.

SPIKE ISLAND ENGAGEMENT FELLOWSHIP FOR SOUTH WEST-BASED CURATORS

We are inviting applications from independent curators based in the South West of England to plan, create and deliver a programme of events as part of Spike Island’s Engagement programme throughout 2022. Deadline to apply: Sunday 31 October 2021

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Under My Skin (2019) Film still Under My Skin (2019) Film still

OPEN CALL: SPIKE ISLAND & CREATIVE YOUTH NETWORK ENGAGEMENT FELLOWSHIP FOR UK-BASED ARTISTS

Spike Island and Creative Youth Network are pleased to invite applications from UK-based artists for a new Engagement Fellowship for Artists. Deadline to apply: Sunday 31 October 2021

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OPEN CALL: DIGITAL COMMISSION FOR SOUTH WEST-BASED ARTISTS

Spike Island is pleased to invite applications from artists based in the South West of England to develop a new digital commission for our website and/or online channels. Deadline to apply: Monday 29 November 2021

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West of England Visual Arts Alliance

Over the next three years, the West of England Visual Arts Alliance programme aims to transform Bristol and the West of England into a place where the visual arts can thrive, providing critical opportunities and support to enable diverse local artists, curators and young people to develop their careers and achieve their potential.

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