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Brighton Photo Biennial seeks artists for Viewfinder Project
Brighton Photo Biennial

Brighton Photo Biennial

Brighton Photo Biennial, in partnership with Lighthouse and Photoworks, is looking to appoint an artist who works with photography, moving image and/or new technology to facilitate a high profile, youth-led action research initiative. The Viewfinder Project will enable a core group of young people aged 14 – 19 to develop wider opportunities for cultural participation for their peers using innovative online and event based projects.  The project will run from November 2009 to December 2010, and the fee will be £4,000.

Anyone interested should email for a full brief, and must submit a a CV, supporting letter and showreel or portfolio. The deadline is 5pm Friday 6 November 2009. For more details, check the bpb site.

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