Funding | The Rosemary James Memorial Trust Award 2018, Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Deadline for applications: Thursday 18 October, 4pm.

Rosemary (Rosy) James died in 2010, having bequeathed over £500,000 to establish an annual bursary in her name to help artists, designers and makers to pursue their careers by developing a new body of work. ‘The Rosy James Bursary’ will be administered by the Arts Council on behalf of the Rosemary James Trust. The value of the annual award is up to £15,000.
Who can apply?

This unique award is directed at makers steeped in practice using materials singly or in combination. Such materials might include fired clay or glass; fine or base metals; textiles using any kinds of applications; wood; plastics; paper or other materials not included in this list, where the emphasis is based upon the transformation of materials through the use of sustained practice towards a series of critical outcomes.
It aims to assist makers to investigate and develop a body of work which would otherwise be unaffordable.
The period of the award will culminate in an exhibition of work on public display in Northern Ireland.

What can you apply for
The main thrust is to be directed towards the body of work but may also provide assistance towards
Travel abroad to pursue additional skills, training or research
Residencies/Master classes
Research (materials, technology, practices)
Collaboration with makers and artists in other disciplines

For more information see:…the-rosemary-james-memorial-trust-award

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