ACAVA Hosts: Barham Park Residency
ACAVA Hosts: Barham Park Studios Residency is a career development opportunity for a socially engaged artist from a Global Majority background to be based at one of our studio communities in North London.
A career development opportunity for an artist to be based within one of our studio communities in North London. The artist in residence will receive six months of rent-free studio space, peer-to-peer support, training opportunities and guidance to deliver our Young Artists programme.
We are interested in applications from artists who consider social engagement integral to their practice; who have some experience in working with children from diverse backgrounds; who enjoy working collaboratively; and who would benefit from professional development training to further their practice.
You must be aged 18 or over, based in London and an artist from a Global Majority background to be eligible for this residency.
How to apply
Applications are now closed.
Shortlisting will be conducted by a panel of ACAVA staff members and external culture sector figures:
ACAVA Interim Head of Professional Development
Curator, educator and founder of Black Blossoms
Curator, writer and organiser
J D Rooney
Artist and ACAVA Studio 13 Resident 2022
ACAVA Assistant Curator, Professional Development
With less than a month to go until applications close for ACAVA Hosts: Barham Park Studios Residency, we introduce the panel behind the selection process.
Jack Rooney, Studio 13 Resident 2022 The Studio 13 Residency is our new artist-in-residence programme designed for London-based artists from minority backgrounds who consider social engagement as integral to their