Bursary for two Aberdeen-based artists

Part of Aberdeen Programme

Malcolm Le Grice, Digital Still Life 1984-1986. Image courtesy the artist and LUX.

LUX Scotland are delighted to offer two bursary spaces for Aberdeen-based artists to attend our Developing a new work’ workshop taking place on 20 – 21 April 2022 in Glasgow. Two selected artists will receive a bursary of £300 each, to contribute to their travel and accommodation to take part in the workshop.

Developing a new work’ is a two-day workshop for artists seeking to develop their new moving image project led by Benjamin Cook (Director, LUX) with Eve Smith (Learning Programme Manager, LUX Scotland).

Working within an informal and mutually supportive small group environment, participants will bring a short project proposal to be workshopped over the two days. The full details of what you can expect of the workshop can be found here.

To express your interest in one of the bursary places part, please send a CV and a short (no more than 1 A4 page) description of your project to email hidden; JavaScript is required

Deadline for expressions of interest: 14 March 2022 10am.

Selected participants will be notified by 17 March, 5pm.



Partners

The bursary spaces are supported as part of LUX Scotland’s Aberdeen programme. A professional development programme for early career Aberdeen-based artists and curators. The programme has included workshops, screening and discussion events and is supported by Aberdeen City Council Creative Funding.

Aberdeen City Council

Part of Aberdeen Programme

The LUX Scotland Aberdeen Programme aims to support early career Aberdeen-based artists and curators. The programme has run from since 2018 and has included job opportunities, workshops, screenings and online commissions. The programme was led by Project Manager Rachel Grant between 2021–24.

Supported by Aberdeen City Council Creative Funding, this continues our previous work to support, develop and promote artists’ moving image practices across Scotland, and builds on our work in the Aberdeen area, which began in 2018.

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