Up to 3 Bursaries will be awarded, each for £5000.Applicants must have been working in their craft in Scotland for at least 5 years.

Closing date: 4 Mar 2019

The purpose of the bursaries is to help established makers to push the boundaries of their practice and to make innovative new developments in their work. Part of an award could enable a successful applicant learn a new skill, or significantly improve their existing skills, to achieve these objectives.

There is no set application form.

Applicants should submit:

a brief description of their current practice to date (not more than 500 words)
a proposal of what they would like to do if they receive the award (not more than 750 words)
a breakdown of costs for the project
A full CV
Up to 6 images of recent work (jpegs no larger than A4 300dpi)
Applications should be submitted by Monday 4th March 2019 digitally to info@inchescarr.org.uk

Location: All Scotland

For further information, please contact info@inchescarr.org.uk (Robin Blair), or call 0131 667 2906, or visit http://www.inchescarr.org.uk


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