Opportunity For Artists and Curators At Stour Valley Arts
2 new opportunities for artists and curators
image: Rehearsals for Marks Measures Maps and Mind by Dog Kennel Hill Project. Photo by Anthony Wadham.
We are proud to announce 2 new ways for artists and curators to get involved with Stour Valley Arts.
1. Pop-up exhibitions at SVA:Cornershop
From mid-February Cornershop will host 5 back-to-back micro-shows that celebrate the strength and diversity of artists‘ exploration of landscape, the natural environment and sense of place.
If you would like to propose a group exhibition that addresses these themes (however obliquely) that could be mounted in sympathy with the spirit of pop-up ventures, then we’d love to hear from you.
2. Forest Studio residency opportunities
From February 2014 Stour Valley Arts will offer artists working in any discipline the opportunity to undertake self-directed residencies in our newly converted Forest Studio on the edge of King’s Wood, Challock.
Whether you are an artist who wants to explore the forest and be inspired, test a new idea or way of working, or just get away from the daily routines of the studio, this resouce offers you the opportunity to invest focussed time and thought in your practice.
The Forest Studio welcomes sculptors, choreographers, musicians, video makers, painters, poets and much more. Residencies can be arranged for periods of 2-6 weeks. Use of the Forest Studio is free of charge.
Applications for either opportunity must be made by means of the simple forms (see below)
Application is free.