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  • Art X Lagos
    Access ART X Prize for Artists From Africa and its Diaspora (UK / Nigeria)
    The Access ART X Prize awards early-career artists from Africa and its Diaspora with opportunities to develop their practices. One artist will be selected from Nigeria for a residency at Gasworks in London from July to September 2023. Another artist from Africa / the Diaspora will be selected for a residency at Yinka Shonibare’s GAS Foundation in Lagos from September to November 2023. Both artists will exhibit at the ART X Lagos fair in November 2023.
    Posted 18 October 2022
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    Guest Artists Space: Residency and Project Coordinator (Nigeria)
    Guest Artists Space (G.A.S.) Foundation is looking for a Residency and Project Coordinator. The successful candidate will work with the Managing Director and wider team to coordinate, plan, deliver and provide logistical support for GAS’s resident artists, events and rolling calendar of programmes at sites in Lagos and the Ecology Green Farm in Ikise, Ijebu.
    Posted 2 February 2022
  • At a poetry reading during LIPFEST in Lagos a woman speaks into a mic while holding her hand open and aloft.
    Moniack Mhor: International Writers’ Residency (Scotland / Nigeria)
    The Moniack Mhor International Writers’ Residency in Scotland will take place over one month in March 2022. Six mid-career / established international writers and three Scottish (UK-based) writers, working in poetry, prose, non-fiction, playwriting, or songwriting, will be given time and space to develop their work. Three residents will also have the opportunity to LIPFEST, the Lagos International Poetry Festival in October 2022.
    Posted 11 October 2021
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    ZK/U: Curatorial Research Residencies for Emerging Curators and Cultural Practitioners (Germany, South Africa, Kenya, Nigeria)
    Starting in September 2021, ZK/U Berlin, G.A.S in Lagos, Bag Factory in Johannesburg and NCAI Nairobi, will host a new research residency programme with a focus on curatorial practices, the TURN2 RESIDENCIES. The programme facilitates research for emerging curators and cultural practitioners with curatorial experience (visual arts, cross-disciplinary) either from the African continent to come to Berlin, or from Germany to come to Johannesburg, Lagos or Nairobi to explore the vibrant cultural scenes as a starting point for sustainable curatorial exchanges.
    Posted 3 March 2021