Art for the Environment Residency Programme
Challenging how we interact with the environment
Please note that while all current Art for the Environment Residency Programme applications remain open, we are, at this stage, unable to guarantee that residencies will take place as scheduled or whether they will take place at all.
The welfare of students and graduates is our primary concern so we will work closely with host institutions as well as follow advice from the UK government, national health authorities and the World Health Organisation and provide updates here as we can. If you have any questions, please email: email@example.com
The Art for the Environment Residency Programme (AER) provides UAL graduates with the opportunity to apply for a 2 to 4 week fully funded residency at one of our internationally renowned host institutions, to explore concerns that define the 21st century – biodiversity, environmental sustainability, social economy and human rights.
Founded in 2015, internationally acclaimed artist Professor Lucy Orta, UAL Chair of Art for the Environment – Centre for Sustainable Fashion, launched the programme in partnership with international residency programmes and UAL Post-Grad Community.
As residencies become available, all open-calls will be displayed on this page and shared on Post-Grad stories.
Current and upcoming residencies
As this residency focuses on working physically with the community, this call has been postponed for the time-being.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park, UK
Call opens: 1 June 2020
Submission deadline: 1 August 2020
Explore our partnering institutions from all over the world, including Canada, Africa, Mexico and Brazil.
Extend your knowledge of AER by exploring Stories by previous UAL residents reporting back from their trip.
Thinking of applying? Take a look at previous winning applications that earned a place on our residency programme.
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