The British Council is looking for applicants for its Venice Fellowships Open Call, offering people the chance to win a full sponsored grant of £1600 to spend a month in Venice invigilating the British Pavilion exhibition, Home Economics, and conducting research on a subject to be developed alongside the organisation.
The deadline to apply is this Friday, 1 April, and they’re looking for people either studying an architecture or design degree, those who have graduated from one in the past three years or those who have undertaken an apprenticeship in those fields.
For more information on the fellowship and how to apply please click here.
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