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The Muse Residency Competition 2021

20th May 2021 to 06th June 2021

Welcome to this year’s residency competition. We’re proud to be working alongside ten successful applicants to deliver the show in early 2021 (dates to be confirmed). We must congratulate all participants for their flexibility and tenacity over the past months – all will be exhibiting. 

The residency is at the core of our organisation and was established to provide a grace period of six-months; time for graduate artists to build practice and professional development – begin the transition from academia to the professional world. 

The opportunity encompasses experiential insights into all facets of life as an independent artist; invigilation, curation, studio practice, sales & marketing and extensive opportunities for community networking – essential to build relationships for life as a professional. 

As a result of the award, three to four artists work on site; we host two group shows and the opportunity to work alongside industry professionals set on delivering first-hand experience and full time support. 

We’ll look forward to seeing you at The Muse for the beginning of the 2021 residency program in the not too distant future. In the meantime, garlic and ginger like there is no tomorrow…

The Muse Residency Competition 2021

The Muse Residency 2021 
Competition 
Group Show
20 May - 6 June 
 
Maiada Aboud
Kelvin Atmadibrata
Marie Aimée Fattouche
José García Oliva
Shir Handelsman
Camila Hanney
Louis Loveless
Naira Mushtaq
Catriona Robertson
Jessica Wetherly

Welcome to this year’s residency competition. We’re proud to be working alongside ten successful applicants to deliver the show in early 2021 (dates to be confirmed). We must congratulate all participants for their flexibility and tenacity over the past months – all will be exhibiting. 

The residency is at the core of our organisation and was established to provide a grace period of six-months; time for graduate artists to build practice and professional development – begin the transition from academia to the professional world. 

The opportunity encompasses experiential insights into all facets of life as an independent artist; invigilation, curation, studio practice, sales & marketing and extensive opportunities for community networking – essential to build relationships for life as a professional. 

As a result of the award, three to four artists work on site; we host two group shows and the opportunity to work alongside industry professionals set on delivering first-hand experience and full time support. 

We’ll look forward to seeing you at The Muse for the beginning of the 2021 residency program in the not too distant future. In the meantime, garlic and ginger like there is no tomorrow…