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Kingston Upon Thames, UK
Fellowships in design and fine art
at Stanley Picker Gallery

The Stanley Picker Gallery is seeking to appoint two contemporary practitioners to the Stanley Picker Fellowships in Design and Fine Art 2024 in Kingston upon Thames, UK.

Each Fellowship provides up to £16,000 and valuable access to the extensive material workshops, technical resources and expertise within Kingston School of Art and the wider University departments, to support a practice-based, innovative research project that will result in an exhibition of international standing at the Stanley Picker Gallery.

See our fellowships pages for information on previous recipients of the Stanley Picker Fellowships and About to learn more about the gallery and its wider programme.

This year’s fellowship selection panel will include Meneesha Kellay, senior curator, contemporary at Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A) and co-curator of last year’s British Pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale, curator Borbála Soós who was appointed as Stanley Picker Gallery Curatorship in 2023 and David Falkner, director of Stanley Picker Gallery and Dorich House Museum at Kingston University.

The Stanley Picker Gallery and our university partner venue Dorich House Museum are committed to working ambitiously, innovatively and inclusively to foster equality and diversity across all of our activities and operations. We strongly encourage participation from all protected characteristics to achieve fairness of opportunity for all. We fully acknowledge our environmental responsibility and our duty to reduce our impact on the planet through transforming our working practices.

Please complete the short enquiry form on our website to receive the full details of the Stanley Picker Fellowships and application requirements. Apply by clicking the apply for job button below.

Once having received the full details, if you need advice or support with completing your application please call us on 0208 417 4074.

Deadline for applications: 5pm (BST) Monday 1 July 2024

Salary: Up to £25,000
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