3-Phase is an exhibition and development opportunity for three artists who are within 10 years of establishing their practice to make and exhibit new work with curatorial and practical support from three organisations; Jerwood Charitable Foundation, London; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; and WORKPLACE, Gateshead. The partnership between these organisations highlights the benefits of artists and organisations working together as part of a national dialogue.
Each artist will present work as it develops through three exhibition moments. These will take the form of a group exhibition at Jerwood Visual Arts, London, and at WORKPLACE, and a solo show for each artist in Eastside Projects’ Second Gallery space.
Each artist will receive:
We are looking for ambition, compelling ideas and a commitment to developing an outstanding art practice.
You are invited to propose how, through this opportunity, you might achieve what has previously been just out of reach; how the project will enable you to crystallise your current research, focus your practice and develop your work and career. Proposals should identify what would make the difference for you at this point and how the opportunity will enable a breakthrough in your practice. The exhibitions should be seen as an opportunity to test out ideas and bring into reality the next stage of your development.
Artists will be selected based on the following criteria:
Initially, Eastside Projects will review applications from the Midlands, WORKPLACE will review applications from the North and Jerwood Visual Arts will review applications from the rest of the UK. The whole panel will review a longlist of artists compiled during this initial reviewing process during the selection.
Following the online selection, shortlisted artists will be invited to an interview.
There is no application fee.
Please apply using the online portal: 3phase.artopps.co.uk/online-entry
Director Eastside Projects
Head of Programme, Jerwood Visual Arts
Artist and 3-Phase 2015 artist
We will inform you of the outcome of your application by 15 June 2017. If successful you will be asked to come to an interview with the panel at Eastside Projects, Birmingham on Wednesday 21 June. We will be able to offer a contribution towards travel costs up to a pre-agreed amount. A maximum of nine artists will be shortlisted for interview. We regret we will not be able to offer detailed feedback on applications. Successful artists will be informed by 25 June.
|8 May 2017, 5pm||Closing date for applications|
|15 June 2017||Artists notified of interview|
|Wednesday 21 June 2017||Artist interviews at Eastside Projects, Birmingham|
|25 June 2017||Successful artists notified|
|July 2017||Artists Announced|
Artists will be expected to be committed to the project from July 2017 to December 2018 as follows:
|July 2017 – November 2018||Development time, with curatorial support and mentoring led by Jerwood Visual Arts|
|November – December 2017||Group exhibition at Jerwood Visual Arts, London|
|January – April 2018||Development time, with curatorial support and mentoring led by WORKPLACE|
|April 2018||Group exhibition at WORKPLACE, Gateshead|
|May – September 2018||Development time, with curatorial support and mentoring led by Eastside Projects|
|September – December 2018||Solo exhibitions at Eastside Projects, Birmingham|
|January to March 2019||Evaluation of the project|
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