Spike Island

Syllabus II programme open for applications from artists

Wysing Arts Centre, Eastside Projects, New Contemporaries, S1 Artspace, Spike Island and Studio Voltaire, invite applications from artists for Syllabus II; an alternative peer-led learning programme in its second year that will support ten artists across ten months.

Starting in September 2016, Syllabus II will provide selected participants with a series of intensive seminars at each of the partner venues. Syllabus II will be co-developed with the artists selected to participate who, with the support of staff and artists working with each of the partner organisations, will have the opportunity to bring forward ideas to the programme and actively contribute to its delivery.

Syllabus II aims to reach artists with a range of practices and artistic approaches and bring together individuals from a wide geographic spread across the UK.

Find out more and how to apply