We are offering four places for artists based in the UK and Germany on an emerging artists’ programme to develop their practice and extend their networks by visiting and responding to the London 1938: Defending ‘Degenerate’ German Art exhibition at the Liebermann Villa, Wannsee, Berlin. 

Two UK-based artists and two Germany-based artists will be invited to come to Berlin over three days, spend a day at the Liebermann Villa exhibition on October 9th 2018, meet the curator Dr. Lucy Wasensteiner and the fellow artists on the programme. The visit will serve as inspiration for their own artistic practice, which they will be invited to communicate through the British Council’s digital channels (website, social media). The opportunity aims to highlight the best of emerging talent in the sphere of visual art in the UK and Germany, increasing the publicity and reach of these outstanding artists, and boosting their networks internationally.

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