The residency is supported by the Paul and Louise Cooke Endowment.
Between 1 October 2019 and 1 April 2020, the resident will receive the following:
- rent-free accommodation in the SLG Outset Artists’ Flat;
- studio space in the SLG Fire Station;
- a £6,000 bursary to produce new work and help cover living expenses;
- mentoring sessions and studio visits from SLG staff, including the Director, and other arts professionals;
- the opportunity to produce a publication;
- the opportunity to present a public event in response to their practice;
- a solo exhibition opening March 2020 in one of the new Fire Station galleries.
The residency enables the production of a new body of work and a rare opportunity for a recent graduate to exhibit within an internationally renowned institution.
To be eligible for the residency applicants must:
- have completed a postgraduate MA, MFA, PGDip, MRes or equivalent programme of study (including alternative, peer organised and non-accredited programmes) in an arts discipline from a UK institution, collective or art school, including Northern Ireland, Republic of Ireland, Scotland and Wales, between October 2018 and October 2019;
- not be enrolled in full or part-time education for an undergraduate, postgraduate or equivalent programme during the residency period;
- be a UK/EU resident or hold a valid work visa with the right to stay in the UK for the entire duration of the residency.
We are particularly interested in receiving applications from those based outside of London. Support for travel (within the UK) will be offered to those invited to interview.
To apply for the South London Gallery Postgraduate Residency please download and complete the application form and equal opportunities form. Completed applications should be sent to email@example.com by Monday 22 July 2019, 12pm.