Call for Artists: ACAVA Hosts Barham Park Studios Residency 2024
Francesca Telling in the studio, ACAVA Hosts: Barham Park Studios Residency. Photo by ACAVA Shoots (Andreia Leitão)

Applications are now open for ACAVA Hosts: Barham Park Studios Residency, a six-month opportunity for an artist with a socially engaged practice from a Global Majority background, based in London.

The artist in residence will receive £6,000 towards developing their creative practice, six-months of rent-free studio space, individual curatorial support, peer- to-peer networking, and funding for professional development activities.

Who can apply?

To apply, you must have a Global Majority background*, be aged 18 or over, and be based in London.

* Global majority refers to people who are Black, Asian, Brown, dual-heritage, indigenous to the global south, and/or have been referred to as ‘ethnic minorities’.

Shortlisting panel

Decisions will be made by a panel of ACAVA staff members and external culture sector workers:

  • Georgia Taylor Aguilar (ACAVA Curator, Professional Development)
  • Francesca Telling (Artist and ACAVA Hosts Barham Park Resident 2023-24)
  • Annie Jael Kwan (Curator, Brent Biennial 2025)
  • Maxi Himpe (performance director and interdisciplinary artist)

Apply by 9am on Monday 24 June 2024.

ACAVA Barham Park Studios
660 Harrow Road
London HA0 2HB

September 2024 – March 2025

Download application pack

Video walkthrough of the application pack for ACAVA Hosts: Barham Park Studios Residency, a career development opportunity for an artist to be based within one of our studio communities in North London.

J D Rooney was artist-in-residence between 2022-23. In this video, you can hear about his residency experience with ACAVA.