Bristol City Council's Bristol Creative Spaces would like to invite all creatives to apply for residencies, exhibition and showcase opportunities in their two spaces in the upcoming winter season program. Open to all levels and disciplines, making sure the projects are suitable for the spaces. (photographers, illustrators, designers, performers, dance, installation work, painters, sound installations, pop ups etc).
The two available spaces are:
The Edwardian Cloakroom
The Redcliffe Bridge Control Room
BCC are unable to offer funding or support for projects. However, they do offer these spaces to artists free of charge in order to develop their work and practices and contribute to the creative and cultural landscape of Bristol. The winter season covers three months from January through to the end of March 2015.
The closing date for applications is Sunday 5 October 2014. For more information and to apply to use one of the spaces please visit our webpage Bristol Creative Spaces .
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