Syllabus Artists VI Announced


Ten artists have been selected for Syllabus VI, a national, collaboratively-produced alternative learning programme, jointly delivered by Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge; Eastside Projects, Birmingham; Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts), London; Spike Island, Bristol; and Studio Voltaire, London.

The selected artists are: James Clarkson, Lauren Craig, Ufuoma Essi, Bettina Furnée, Olga Grotova, Helen Hamilton, Elsa James, Freya Johnson Ross, Daniel Trivedy and Sam Williams.

The Syllabus VI artists work across a range of practices, from filmmaking, choreography, sculpture and work in the public realm. Their work researches diverse topics such as archiving, the body, multi‐species entanglement, race and representation, materiality, language and interfaces. The ten selected artists live and work across the UK including Yorkshire, West Wales, the East of England, and Greater London.

Now in its sixth year, Syllabus VI provides a learning programme for artists over a ten-month period and is supported using public funding from Arts Council England. Syllabus is developed collaboratively with the participating artists, the partner institutions and the artistic advisors, who this year are Jade Montserrat and Amanprit Sandhu.

Read the full press release HERE.

Find out more about Syllabus HERE.