a-n Artists Bursaries 2022-23

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a-n Artists Bursaries 2022-23

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a-n Artists Bursaries 2022-23

As part of their commitment to supporting artists, a-n is offering bursaries of £500 to £1,500 on a monthly cycle. From September 2022 until March 2023, a-n will be trialing a new monthly distribution of bursaries, giving a-n Artist members and Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) members the flexibility to apply for a bursary at a time they feel is most relevant to their practice. Bursaries are intended to support practising visual artists at any stage of their career who are wishing to engage in a period of self-determined professional development.

a-n encourage applications from artists working in all visual arts disciplines that reflect innovative and ambitious thinking, and those that demonstrate pivotal ideas that will enable new opportunities for a step change in their careers.

 

 

Who can apply: Current a-n Artist members and Joint (Artist and Arts Organiser) members.
What: Bursaries of £500 to £1,500 for continued professional practice and creative development.

To find out how to apply click here

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