Bath Artists' Studios 9 Month Graduate Residency


Deadline Thursday 30 August 2018

Bath Artists’ Studios is offering a nine month residency opportunity for an artist, designer or maker who has graduated from Bath Spa University’s BA courses in 2018. This opportunity will include a free workspace accompanied by an exhibition and advisory and mentoring support. It will also offer the artist the opportunity to learn about the life of the organisation through participation in its events and activities. The residency will provide practitioners with the opportunity to establish their career, build their experience and develop their professional networks. We also welcome applications from emerging practitioners aiming to work in specialist areas such as public art, participatory arts, curatorship etc.

The residency will offer the successful artist a free workspace for nine months from October 2018 to June 2019 (inclusive).

For a brief and full details on how to apply, please e-mail Chris Lethbridge at or call on 01225 482 480 (Tuesday-Thursday only).

Deadline for Applications: 12 Noon, Thursday 30 August 2018.

*This placement is part of Bath Spa University’s Studio Residency scheme and is open to applications from 2018 BSU Graduates only. Please note that your applications will be only be shared with this employer for the purposes of applying for this work placement. After selection and appointment your application will then be held until the end of the scheme and subsequently deleted. If you would like your application to be deleted prior to this please email


How to Apply:

The Placements Team are managing the administration for applications for this opportunity. Please address your CV and covering letter to Chris Lethbridge and send these as attachments to

Please also include a link to your online portfolio or attach a pdf document with examples of your work.


Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

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