As part of the inaugural Print Festival Scotland, the Hannah Maclure Centre, Abertay University’s exhibition space and cultural hub, and art collective Yuck ‘n Yum are teaming up. Together they are offering an artist-in-residency opportunity within the university’s ground-breaking forensic science department.
What to expect from the residency:
Travel to/from Dundee
Up to 4 days based in the Forensics Lab at the University of Abertay, Dundee working alongside Dr Kevin Farrugia (commencing w/b Monday 17th June 2013)
Dr Farrugia’s work can be read about here and here.
Up to 4 days based in DCA Print Studio (dates flexible)
2 days install period and 2 days festival/conference time (sometime from 26th August -1 September 2013 depending on the evolving festival programme)
Up to 14 nights accommodation in Dundee, not necessarily to be used consecutively (Bed and Breakfast)
Artist fee of £150
The selected artist will be expected to adhere to the Universities Health and Safety Regulations whilst on the premises
Call: Artistic Residency part of the Print Festival Scotland in the Hannah Maclure Centre, Scotland
By: Hannah Maclure Centre
Artist fee : £150
Deadline: 19 abril 2013
More information: http://hannahmaclurecentre.abertay.ac.uk/index.html