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Fellowship | Promoted
Updated: 21 July 2022
We’re aware that for many artists, a major barrier to working in bronze is access to the processes - and the cost. In response, we created the London Bronze Fellowship. This is an opportunity for you to pitch a new work to us, which we will then share with potential sponsors who will select & jointly fund the fellowship with London Bronze Editions. The Fellow will have access to the Foundry to learn from the production, either in-person or remotely to create a Limited Edition of 3 artworks.
Our mission is to champion a contemporary approach to bronze casting. It’s a mindset we share with the artists & designers we work with - having the courage to ignore, bend and push the rules associated with our craft. Back in 2012 we began to invest in artists who had great ideas, but no cash to cast them. Some of those artworks ended up in Frieze, Masterpiece and a whole bunch of amazing galleries & museums. Some of those artists became represented by mega galleries. We still believe that small investments ensure remarkable artworks get made, providing artists with opportunities to learn our craft.
We’re open to hearing ambitious, experimental & creative ideas. It can be made using traditional or digital processes, where the work is ready to be cast, or needs development through 3D modelling.
Eligibility: Open to all UK-based artists, designers & creatives at any stage of their career. Current MA & PhD students are also eligible.
What you get:
- 3 castings will be made: one for the artist, one for London Bronze Editions & one for the London Bronze Fellowship Sponsor.
- The editions will be made by the technicians at London Bronze Casting. The Fellow will be given 20 hours dedicated workshop time to join the foundry staff in Farnham, England, during the making process to learn & assist in the casting process.
- This can take place in-person, remotely or a combination of both. This format will be agreed with the Fellow.
- There is no application fee.
- There will be no cost to the selected artist for production of the work. We are unable to assist with travel & accommodation costs.
- You do not need any prior experience with bronze casting to apply.
- The proposed artwork must have maximum dimensions of around 40cm H x 40cm W x 40cm D (Height, Width, Depth).
- The work must not have been made in bronze before.
- Copyright remains with the artist.
- You are able to submit 2 applications. If you submit 3, your first application will be discounted.
Deadline 29 August 2022London Bronze Editions
Fellowship | Promoted
Updated: 08 August 2022
Cavendish Arts Science creates collective encounters between art and science that explore our humanity, the world, and our place in it. We create new artistic work that questions traditional centring of voices and ways of knowing and looks to re-imagine ways of exploring material and immaterial universes.
We are seeking adventurous artists who challenge traditional ways of knowing, engage with communities, and enjoy collectively imagining new possibilities.
The Fellowship lasts for one year from October 2022, and includes residency in Cambridge of up to a maximum of a year.
Eligibility: This opportunity is open to artists internationally. We welcome artists working across any medium, including visual arts, performance, theatre, film, writing, dance, music, sound, architecture, spatial and social practices, technology, digital or experimental practices. With a practice of embedded working in communities, especially those beyond traditional institutions and mainstream spaces.
What you get: The artist will be have the opportunity to work with physicists at Cavendish Laboratory of Physics at Cambridge University. They will also become part of the CAS network. Financial Support: A stipend of £10,000 GBP will be paid to the successful candidate. All accommodation and meals will be provided by Girton College during the residency in Cambridge. A budget of £10,000 GBP will be made available to support the development of new work. Travel to and from Cambridge for the residency will be paid for up to £3,000 GBP.
Deadline 04 September 2022Cavendish Arts Science, Cambridge