TONIC ARTS, part of Edinburgh and Lothians Health Foundation, seeks seven visual artists for a unique series of micro-residency opportunities in response to COVID-19.
TONIC ARTS is a vibrant, award-winning programme that creatively enhances the healthcare environment of NHS Lothian, UK.
They are currently seeking visual artists to create new work documenting observations, experiences, reflections and insights of living through the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.
This opportunity is open to Scottish visual artists, across all ages and stages of careers.
Deadline: 10am, Monday 1st June
Residencies will run from June through to August.
Visit the TONIC ARTS website for the full brief and application form.
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