Artist Studios Available now at The Artist Project Space, Bristol
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The Artist Project Space
Paradise Studios, Little Paradise, Bedminster BS3 4DD
The Artist Project Space is delighted to share the news about our exciting new home at Paradise Studios in Bedminster.
In addition to sharing the studio spaces with contemporary artists, we will be housing a contemporary art gallery/ exhibition space.
The last 6 spaces Available - deadline ASAP
We will give a preference to artists with the following attributes:
- Able to demonstrate a coherent and committed pathway to the development of your art practice
- A willingness to actively engage with and contribute to our community
- To treat the studio space, communal areas and fellow artists responsibly and respectfully
For further information and to register your interest, please write to us with the following:
- Artist Statement & CV
- 3 examples of recent work.
- A brief description of the space that would be suitable for you.
The Artist Project Space
The Artist Project Space is an artist-led initiative for painters, sculptors, multi-media, experimental and interdisciplinary artists who are interested in developing their art practice through peer support, critical dialogue and collaboration. TAPS is based in Bristol and aims to collaborate nation-wide and Internationally.
Paradise studios are situated in The Works, part of Gathering Voices’ creative quarter for BS3.
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