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CRITICAL WRITING BURSARY

ART WEEK EXETER (AWE) have a £150 bursary from VASW to offer for critical writing during Art Week Exeter.  With over 70 shows to choose from and nine days of action, AWE will have a dedicated blog and daily mailout to subscribers with reviews and opinion pieces.  Ideally we would like one piece of writing for each day of AWE.  
Applications accepted from now and up to 12 noon Monday 17 April 2017.

Eligibility: Visual artists, arts organisers, writers, undergraduate and postgraduate students based in the UK.

Value: £150 (+ one free coffee/snack each day from an Exeter cafe. Tbc)

How to apply: please email comms@artweekexeter by 12 noon on Monday 17 April 2017 with a short statement of no more than 200 words outlining why you want to review Art Week Exeter.

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