Art360 Foundation is pleased to invite you to the launch of Art360 Scotland, our archiving and legacy programme for artists and artists’ estates, supported by Creative Scotland, the Henry Moore Foundation, the P F Charitable Trust and National Galleries Scotland.
Our launch will unite artists, artists’ estates and those invested in Scotland’s visual arts for a lively evening of drinks and canapes.
We are excited to host an in-conversation with Artist, Michelle Charles and Mark Waugh, Art360 Foundation, exploring the impact of the Art360 Project on Charles’ artistic practice and cultural legacy. See our documentary film of Michelle Charles by award-winning filmmaker David Bickerstaff here.
Friday 12 April, 6-8pm
Edinburgh College of Art
The University of Edinburgh
74 Lauriston Place
Edinburgh EH3 9DF
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Spaces are limited. Book your free tickets on our Eventbrite page by Tuesday 26 March.
About Art360 Scotland
12 Scotland-based artists and artists’ estates will be awarded a place on our bespoke archiving and legacy programme. Thanks to the generous support of Creative Scotland and the P F Charitable Trust 10 places will be fully-funded bursaries.
How to apply
Applications open on Art360 Foundation's website on Friday 12 April and close on Friday 31 May at midnight. If you are a visual artist or the estate of an artist who has lived and worked in Scotland, you are eligible to apply for Art360 Scotland. Applicants are selected through an open submission process. Your application will be reviewed by a panel of artists and senior members of Art360 Foundation.
About Art360 Foundation
Art360 Foundation is an independent charity set up in 2015 to support artists and artists’ estate with archiving and legacy planning. We empower artists and artists' estates to create resilient archives, so that important cultural heritage is protected for future generations.
In 2016 we received a grant from Arts Council England to launch our flagship programme, the Art360 Project, which awarded 33 artists and artists’ estates a place on our bespoke archiving and legacy programme. You can read more about the artists and estates we have supported here.
As a charity, we are committed to sharing knowledge with the public. We have an active public programme of symposia, specialist workshops and exhibitions on art archives, artists’ legacies and archival training. See film and audio documentation of our events on our blog. In October 2018 we launched the first free mobile app for archiving art. Download our Art360 app now!
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Art360 Foundation brings together the shared expertise of Art Fund, DACS, The Henry Moore Foundation and The National Archives. The Foundation is grateful for the support of Arts Council England, the Cockayne - Grants for the Arts, The Hollick Family Charitable Trust and for the generosity of individual donors.
Cover image: Archive of David Batchelor, 2017. David Batchelor © David Bickerstaff. All Rights Reserved, Art360 Foundation 2017 .