Applications now open for BPF18 Artist in Residence opportunity

17 June 2018
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IMG © Colonnade House, Jim Sephenson

We are delighted to partner with Colonnade House and Northbrook Metropolitan College to launch an Artist in Residence opportunity for this year's festival.

The residency will commence this summer in Worthing and will culminate in an exhibition at Colonnade House, in central Worthing, during Brighton Photo Fringe 2018 this October.

The successful applicant will also have the opportunity to work with students from Northbrook Metropolitan College and will be mentored by BPF staff.

Please use the link below to see full details and apply now for this great opportunity to have your work seen by professionals and the chance to be part of Brighton Photo Fringe Festival.


BPF18 ARTIST IN RESIDENCY


OPEN18 Solo and Open18 Moving image are also both live for applications, just see our Opportunities page for further details.

OPEN18 Participation, OPEN18 Young Photographers and BPF18 Curators Training Programme will be posted here once funding is confirmed.

We will also shortly be putting out a call for photography collectives to exhibit in the Collectives' Hub. We will also post other venue opportunities so stay tuned.

See our twitter, Instagram and facebook pages for current opportunities from other organisations.

If you have a relevant opportunity you would like to share with us then please email info@photofringe.org.

More information will follow shortly.

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