‘Innovative proposals’ are being sought as award-winning arts charity Outside In and the University of Chichester announce PhD places to research ‘non-traditional art’.
It is part of a wider initiative, offering four places in total, which will also see the successful students conduct collaborative projects with the Black Cultural Archives, West Sussex Record Office and Tangmere Aviation Museum.
Outside In’s director and founder Marc Steene said: “Outside In is delighted to be working in partnership with the University of Chichester to offer this PhD and the opportunity to support research into the largely unexplored area of non-traditional art.”
The partnership sees course fees funded for the selected students’ three years of study, or part time equivalent. The brief states applications are invited from qualified students wanting to write a thesis on topics which could include ‘untrained or outsider art', artist-specific studies, gender studies, post-colonial studies and socio-economic access to art production and reception.
The applications deadline is 1 November, 2018. Full details can be found HERE