Stuart Hall Foundation and Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) are pleased to announce the second Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency commencing in February 2018. The residency is a funded opportunity for an artist to be in residence at Iniva’s Stuart Hall Library over a three-month period from February to April 2018. The selected artist will receive a total sum of £4,500 and given support to pursue their research in the library.
Professor Stuart Hall (1932 - 2014) was actively engaged in the arts throughout his life, and in particular the visual arts. He chaired the board of Iniva for more than a decade and championed the establishment of Rivington Place. Professor Stuart Hall worked closely with artists, filmmakers and photographers, writing about the visual arts, informing critical thinking and influencing public policy on arts education.
The selected artist will receive a fee of £3,750, plus up to £750 to cover materials, travel and subsistence costs.
How to Apply
The Iniva/Stuart Hall Foundation Artist’s Residency is open to visual artists based in the UK, with a proven track record of at least 5 years.
To submit an application please complete the online application form here. Please read this residency brief and FAQs carefully before applying.
You will be required to submit:
- A summary of your research project (50 words maximum)
- A research proposal (250 words maximum)
- Describe how you would approach your research in the library (250 words maximum)
- Statement of your specific interest in the residency (100 words maximum)
- An envisaged outcome of the residency (250 words maximum)
- A proposed budget outline up to £750
- CV (2 pages maximum)
- Supporting visual material, which must be supplied as follows:
5 images maximum or 3 video clips (max length of all clips - 5min). Please note that you can only upload images. If you would like to submit video files, please provide us with a Dropbox or WeTransfer link.
Please only include visual material relevant to your work and this proposal.
- An Equal Opportunities Monitoring Form
This form will be used for statistical purposes only.
The deadline for applications is 5pm on Monday 25 September 2017.
For further information about the residency or if there is a particular reason (such as dyslexia) that may require you to submit a postal application please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Selection and shortlisting
The shortlisting and selection for this opportunity will take place in October 2017. All proposals will be viewed by representatives from Iniva (Institute for International Visual Arts) and the Stuart Hall Foundation. We aim to contact all applicants by the end October, and the successful applicant will be announced in early November 2017.