ARTISTS, curators and producers from Hartlepool can get a financial boost to reach a wider audience.
Bursaries of up to £500 are available to help artists to develop their practice by exploring new opportunities for exhibitions, collaborations, and to pilot new ideas.
It can also be used to develop critical writing, for collaborator fees, exhibition costs, mentoring support and travel.
Submissions for the Mima Visual Arts bursaries will be considered if they can help develop aims of the Tees Valley Visual Art action plan, innovative practice, in-kind or match funding support, and clear benefits to artists and audiences in Tees Valley.
To submit a proposal, or if you have any further questions email Kerrie.Page@tees.ac.uk.
The deadline for submissions is November 24.