Venice Biennale 2019: Steward-Research Fellowship supported by New Contemporaries
15 November 2018
New Contemporaries (NC) is delighted to be partnering with the British Council to offer one NC alumni artist a place on the Steward-Research Fellowship programme at the Venice Biennale 2019.
The Venice Fellowships programme is a unique opportunity for students, graduates and researchers to spend a month in Venice during the world’s most important biennale.
Successful candidates will spend a maximum of 30 days in Venice. For approximately three days per week they will participate as an invigilator in the British Pavilion. The remaining time will be used for study and research in response to ideas within May You Live in Interesting Times curated by Ralph Rogoff and/or The British Pavilion’s exhibition of work by Cathy Wilkes.
Please see attached documents for more details on the programme.
Fellows will have the chance to:
The opportunity to apply for is open to all Bloomberg New Contemporaries Alumni from the last 3 years (2016 to 2018 inclusive).
A bursary of £1,600 to cover flights, accom, living costs, any research costs & invigilation work for the Pavilion will be paid to the Fellow. An additional research and development grant of £400 will also be offered to the Fellow.
To be considered please read the application requirements and criteria below and on the attached documents:
To apply please complete the attached British Council Application Form and a one-page CV (standard text format not image-led). Applicants will be shortlisted and called for interview with the British Council.
Send application to firstname.lastname@example.org by no later than 10:00pm Sunday 9 December 2018.
Please entitle your document in the following way: FirsnameLastname_BritishCouncilFellow2019
Regrettably only applications submitted in the format above will be considered.
Unfortunately, we are unable to offer feedback on unsuccessful applications.