Artists, cities, society, infrastructure, citizenship and more.
A round up of the things we've seen, read or been interested in this week.
This week: the relationship between justice, young people and public spaces, if nonprofits were brutally honest with their funders, activism and radical curators and more.
1. Answers on grant proposals if nonprofits were brutally honest with funders http://nonprofitaf.com/2018/02/answers-on-grant-proposals-if-nonprofits-were-brutally-honest-with-funders/
2. Activism in the art world: meet the next generation of radical curators https://www.theguardian.com/education/2018/apr/11/activism-art-world-next-generation-radical-curators
3. Yes Sitting, Yes Skating, Yes Music
4. The Magic City - BAZ
5. Steal Like An Artist - Austin Kleon TEDxKC
BCU Graduate Studio Residencies https://grand-union.org.uk/gallery/open-call-12-month-studio-residencies-at-grand-union-for-graduates-from-birmingham-city-universitys-faculty-of-arts-design-and-media/
(UN)COMMON SPACE: A new experimental co-working space and artist development programme http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-britain/learning-gallery
V&A Museum Residencies