In partnership with 12 leading art, design and architecture schools, the British Council and the CASS are offering students a unique work-study opportunity.
Date: 10 March 2014
In partnership with 12 leading art, design and architecture schools, the British Council and the CASS are offering students a unique work-study opportunity in Venice, supported by a £1,600 grant. The CASS has three fellowships available for application, by 21st March 2014.
Fellows (from any CASS discipline) will spend 1 month in Venice, during the world’s most important architecture festival, between June- November 2014.
4 days/ week will involve the fellow invigilating the exhibition ‘A Clockwork Jerusalem’ in the British Pavilion. The other 3 days/ week are available for study and research.
This will contribute to a dedicated research programme devised around the biennale theme of Absorbing Modernity: 1914 - 2014 and an opportunity to exhibit research and practice undertaken at the CASS in 2015.
Applications by Friday 21st March, 5pm
Come to the British Council Presentation: Friday 14th March, 10-11am
Parker Gallery, Commercial Road to hear more about the scheme.
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