Call for submissions: New Contemporaries 2023 (orange text on a yellow background)

Call for Submissions: New Contemporaries 2023

R Hollis

Call for Submissions: New Contemporaries 2023

Posted in Industry

Submissions for New Contemporaries 2023 will open 10am, Monday 9th January!⁠

Submissions are welcome from emerging and early career artists who are final year students, recent graduates and post-graduate students from UK art school and alternative learning programmes.⁠

Being selected for the 2023 Programme includes:⁠
• Your work included as part of Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2023 ⁠exhibitions;⁠
• Participating in New Contemporaries Bridget Riley Artists’ Development Programme;⁠
• Contributing to the New Contemporaries Digital Programme;⁠
• Being eligible, as #NCalumni, for Studio Bursaries, Residencies, Fellowships, Scholarships and other opportunities; ⁠
• Becoming part of a network of other participating artists and previous alumni that spans over 70+ years⁠

Interested in applying? ⁠You can find more information about the application process and eligibility on the New Contemporaries website.

Application deadline: 2pm, Monday 20th February 2023

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