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Studio Artists

Learn about our current studio artists by clicking on the links below:
Dawn Brooks
Serena Partridge
Steven Malorie Potter
Karen Thompson
Susan Timmins
Webb-Ellis
Previous artists

Crescent Arts offers studios at a subsidised rate to provide artists with the opportunity
and
 support to develop their work in a stimulating environment.

Artists in front of Susan Timmins' 'Absurd Multiple', 2014

Artists in front of Susan Timmins’ ‘Absurd Multiple’, 2014.

Studio Opportunities – Spring 2015

We invite artists to apply for subsidised studio space supported through professional
development, exhibition opportunities and access to production and workshop facilities.
We are keen to encourage artists whose work is innovative, challenging and critically
engaged, and who would benefit most from the facilities and support that we can provide.

We encourage artists to participate in professional development activities, and to contribute to
our exhibitions programme, for which they receive modest financial support.
Studio artists may also contribute to workshops and educational programmes,
for which they are paid an appropriate fee.

Studios are subsidised and licenced to artists, currently at an all-in charge of £45 pcm,
for a period of up to 3 years.

How to apply:

Further details to follow in spring. Please email to express your interest and we will notify
you once we are open to applications: info@crescentarts.co.uk

Andy Black, 'Garden', 2014.

Andy Black, ‘Garden’, 2014.

Further information:

Artists and Crescent Arts’ Director, Stuart Cameron, work closely together to identify
appropriate and realistic goals. Training and support is provided whenever possible to
assist artists in planning for and achieving their aims. Crescent Arts can provide modest
financial support for training, research and development which at the same time enhances
our artistic and cultural programme.

Professional development is a key factor and artists are encouraged to work strategically
to promote their practice beyond the studio; whether this is through exhibitions,
off-site projects, presentations, educational activities or cultural exchange.
Artists are invited to contribute to the running of the gallery, studios and workshop
programme by providing services in these areas for appropriate remuneration.

Studio artists are asked to share their skills and experience and frequently
organise group projects and exhibitions. Prospective studio holders are considered
in terms of their ability to contribute to collaborative ventures; and of course for
the potential of their individual work.

For an informal discussion or further information please contact
Stuart Cameron – T: 01723 351461  E: info@crescentarts.co.uk

Crescent Arts is committed to equal opportunities.
Please note that resident studio artists are required to undergo CRB disclosure
checks prior to working with children or vulnerable adults.

 

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