BCN Residency Programme
The BCN Residency Programme is a funded artist residency held in partnership between Multistory and The Wolverhampton School of Art. The programme provides Sandwell and Black Country artists with focused time and support for; development, research, testing out ideas, making new work and sharing it with audiences. It provides artists with structured support from the Multistory team, 1-to-1 mentoring with Multistory’s Arts Council England’s Relationship Manager, group crits, focused time and financial resources to reflect on and develop their practices. The Wolverhampton School of Art provide studio and an exhibition space for the end of programme group show, with the programme culminating in a day of presentations and the exhibition launch on 11 April 2024.
Interview with Dale Hipkiss
An interview with the current artist in residence, Dale Hipkiss, by Project Co-ordinator Rene Francis-McBrearty.Read the interview
The artists selected for the BCN residency in 2022-23 – Alex Billingham, Japhet Dinganga, Marley Starskey Butler, Polly Brant and Hannah Rollason – share back from their projects and research on our website.