12366939882?profile=RESIZE_400xMerton College, Oxford, is inviting applications for a Visiting Research Fellowship in the Creative Arts (Book Arts) 2024-2025. This covers the broad gamut of Book Arts including genres such as the photographic book, and the artist's book. 

The Fellowship is open to creative artists of all ages, and might be awarded either to emerging or established figures. For 2024-25, applications are invited from practitioners in the field of Book Arts (including illustration, graphic design, fine printing, dust-jacket art, binding, and such genres as the graphic novel, photographic book, and the artist's book).

  • Tenure: The Fellowship can be held for any period between two months and one year - with the period of tenure offered being determined by the needs of the proposed project. The starting date is negotiable, the earliest being 1 October 2024.
  • Stipends: there will be a stipend of up to £2203.67 per month. The Stipend will be subject to Tax and National Insurance and will be pensionable.
  • Expenses for qualifying research, travel, and materials up to £317 per month may be claimed subject to the College's rules for Fellows' Research Allowance. The college cannot, however, fund additional support personnel.
  • Accommodation and meals will be provided for the Fellow. If available the College will endeavour to provide partnered accommodation when required. It is expected that the Fellow will reside in the College accommodation during the tenure of the Fellowship.
  • The College will endeavour to provide a suitable studio or office where required.
  • Fellows will retain the copyright for work carried out during the tenure of the Fellowship. They are, however, expected to acknowledge, where possible, the support provided by the College and, where practicable, to deposit copies of work produced in an appropriate media, in the College archives. The College intends to create an archive of the scheme within the College archives.
  • Fellows will be expected to submit to the Governing Body a brief account of their work during the Fellowship.

Details: https://www.artsjobs.org.uk/jobs/37031

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