This Spring, Spacex present Makers of the Multiverse, a pavilion by Juneau Projects (Philip Duckworth and Ben Sadler), located for four weeks at Exeter’s historic quayside. The temporary pavilion, an artwork in itself, will also function as an exhibition venue stocked with affordable artworks by artists and makers from the local area.
Exploring alternatives to the existing structures and hierarchies of the art world, Juneau Projects have worked with artists, makers, local communities and school groups to make the pavilion and develop a programme of events that explore the boundaries of what an affordable artwork can be.
a-n has a Critical Writing Bursary available for a writer to visit Juneau Projects: Makers of the Multiverse in Exeter during the events programme and produce a piece of independent critical writing, which will be uploaded to and published on a-n’s critical writing platform by the writer.
Applications accepted from now and up to 12 noon Wednesday 12 April 2017.
Eligibility: Visual artists, arts organisers, writers and postgraduate students based in the UK with a current a-n membership.
How to apply: To apply, please email email@example.com by 12 noon on Wednesday 12 April 2017 with a short statement of no more than 200 words outlining your interest in reviewing Juneau Projects: Makers of the Multiverse. [Please note: the events programme for Makers of the Multiverse is an evolving one, and the selected writer will need to research the best time to visit.]
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