Artist's Commission, God's House Tower

Image Credit: GHT by Kate Aries

Deadline Monday 13 August 2018

Fee £1,500

Artists are now invited to apply for an opportunity to undertake a commission of new work for our first year exhibitions programme, to be presented in the Contemporary Gallery of the 700-year-old God's House Tower in Southampton.

The title of the exhibition GHT: Beside The Sea, relates to the theme and content of our exhibition in the Collections Gallery, and GHT’s lost connection to the sea.

There are four commissioning opportunities available through this application process. The opportunity is aimed at emerging artists, located within the SO, PO and BH postcode.

Download the full brief from the 'a space' arts website which contains further details and information on how to apply. Deadline for proposals is Monday 13th August 2018.

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