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Half grant for artist working with moving image

Open to artists working with moving image at any stage of their career for our three month online training residency at In Transit from 3 April – 30 June 2023. In Transit’s training residencies provides artists the opportunity to receive accessibility training in relation to the arts, have a platform and share artwork, develop new connections, receive curatorial and accessibility support in producing web-accessible work and build a new network.

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Braille code in vibrant colours for the symbol # and the numbers 1, 2 and 3.

Full grant for d/Deaf, disabled, neurodivergent and/or chronically ill artist

Open to artists who identify as d/Deaf, disabled, neurodivergent and/or chronically ill at any stage of their career for a fully funded three month online training residency at In Transit from 3 April – 30 June 2023. In Transit’s training residencies provides artists the opportunity to receive accessibility training in relation to the arts, have a platform and share artwork, develop new connections, receive curatorial and accessibility support in producing web-accessible work and build a new network.

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In the Crit Lab – Artist Crit Session

Inviting artists to share their works in the company of peers in this online group crit. There’ll be a chance to discuss how to make the works more accessible to disabled audiences, whether they will be presented in a physical space or online.

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In and Beyond the Studio

End of residency exhibition presenting works by Alecia Neo, Arabel Lebrusan and Latifah A.Stranack. In and Beyond the Studio journeys in and beyond the artist’s studios, focusing on processes and finished works as well as the role of the studio and what it means to each artist.

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Let’s talk about making art practices more accessible!

A conversation with Celina Loh, Director of In Transit and Francesca Bellini-Joseph, Director of ACT! Programme.

Come and meet Celina and learn about the personal experiences that inspired her to create ‘In Transit’, how art projects could be more inclusive and what’s next in her journey. There will be a practical exercise.

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