Applications for the Jerwood Writer in Residence 2022 are now closed.
What is the Jerwood Writer in Residence 2022 programme?
The Jerwood Writer in Residence 2022 programme is an opportunity for UK-based early-career visual arts writers to develop their practice.
There are two Jerwood Writer in Residence opportunities in 2022. Each residency is six months long and writers are invited to produce up to five new critical responses to both Jerwood Arts’ Exhibitions and Events programme at Jerwood Space in London, and Jerwood Arts’ wider work.
The two residency slots are:
The two selected writers will each receive:
– £1,500 fee
– £500 production budget to disseminate thinking and research through means of either an event, DIY publication, video recording, podcast or other activity
– £300 budget for mentoring
– Editorial support from the Jerwood Arts team
– Publishing through the Writing & Media section of the Jerwood Arts website
Since launching in 2011, the Jerwood Writer in Residence programme has supported 27 writers: Alex Hull, Marek Sullivan, Joseph Constable, Gwen Burlington, Taylor Le Melle, Nicolas Helm-Grovas, Tom Emery, Hatty Nestor, James Gormley, Kathryn Lloyd, Philomena Epps, Lizzie Homersham, Tom Overton, Alice Butler, Elinor Morgan, Patrick Langley, Basia Lewandowska Cummings, Shama Khanna, George Vasey, Morgan Quaintance, Eleanor Nairne, Jessica Lack, Colin Perry, Gareth Evans, Chris Fite-Wassilak, David Trigg and Louisa Elderton.