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Closing soon! The Horniman Museum open 696 Project call out for resident artist

News: 12th August 2020 by Stef Loukes under Music Training & Careers, Recording & Production

Platforming the best new Afrobeat, Jazz, Grime, Rap, R&B, Reggae and Soul music, 696 Project focuses on championing music genres (and the people working in them) that have been disproportionately affected by bias in legislation.

Applications are open until 7th September, and the resident artists selected will enjoy a year-long residency, developing an artistic project in response to the Horniman’s collection of musical instruments which is one of the most comprehensive and exciting in the UK.

As well as this, the residency also includes:

* A budget of up to £3,000 to develop your creative project
* Behind the scenes access to Horniman's Musical Instrument Collection
* One-to-one coaching sessions
* Access to free writing/rehearsal space
* Free and exclusive access to Museum gallery, work and performance spaces
* Bespoke digital content created about you and your work
* Performance slots at the Horniman’s summer festival in partnership with Balamii in 2021

Apply now via the link below...

Related Links

https://www.horniman.ac.uk/project/696/


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