Cluster launches Crafts Artist Residency for Spring 2021
Cluster, the creative platform tailored to the needs of artists and young collectors, launches the Cluster Residency programme created to support craft makers, designers and ceramic artists with creative space, mentoring and an exhibition.
Working from a studio in East London with specific equipment provided in response to the artist’s desires, residents will be given a custom designed programme of one-on-one mentoring sessions with industry professionals, including Angel Monzon, Director of Vessel Gallery, Randa Missir, Director of Pik’d Gallery, and Roddy Clarke, Design journalist at FT, who will guide them through research and production, and help shape their concluding solo show in a central London gallery.
The residency will last for 4 weeks in Spring 2021 at a time suitable for the artist with career support continuing for one year (or more) during which their work will also be exhibited at the Cluster fair.
Furthermore, Cluster team will select 25 artists from all applicants to be featured on Cluster’s online shop accompanied with a custom made artist profile page. No commission on sales will be taken for the first 6 months.