Studio Bursary in Partnership with Bluecoat
27 March 2019
New Contemporaries is delighted to be offering for the first time a year-long studio bursary in partnership with Bluecoat, Liverpool from June 2019 to June 2020.
The opportunity to apply for a free studio at Bluecoat is open to all Bloomberg New Contemporaries Alumni from the last 8 years (2011 to 2018 inclusive).
Bluecoat is home to a vibrant community of artists and plays a significant role in the dynamic Liverpool art scene. Bluecoat was an exhibition partner for the launch of Bloomberg New Contemporaries in September 2016. *
Benefits of the studio include:
To be considered please read the application requirements and criteria below.
June 2019 to June 2020
To apply please submit one PDF document set in 11 point font containing the information below presented in the following order:
Send PDF application to email@example.com by no later than 10:00am Tuesday 23 April 2019.
Please number the pages and put your name on each page. Please entitle your PDF document in the following way: FirsnameLastname_BluecoatStudio2019
Regrettably only applications submitted in the format above will be considered.
We will let you know if you have been successful by the beginning of May. Unfortunately, we are unable to offer feedback on unsuccessful applications.
* Bluecoat is an inclusive arts centre in the heart of Liverpool, offering a year-round programme of exhibitions and a range of music, dance, literature, live art and heritage activities and events.
As custodians of an historic building, which marked its 300-year anniversary in 2017, they are also home to around thirty artists, collectives, arts organisations and craftspeople.
As the UK's first arts centre, they have a rich artistic heritage. Their ambition is to be an artists’ hub for the North, increasing the visibility of and opportunities for the region’s artists, and internationally recognised for their residency and exchange programmes.
They want to develop new approaches to audience development, expanding opportunities in the arts for all and reaching those who would otherwise face barriers to involvement in the arts.
They want to showcase Bluecoat’s distinctive building, its history and deep relationship with Liverpool, making it a compelling venue for visitors to experience these narratives and their resonances in the present.