HESTER GRANT ANNOUNCED AS CIRCUS' FORTH GRADUATE INTERNSHIP 

 

We are delighted to introduce Hester Grant who finished her BA (hons) at Moray College UHI in 2016.  Selected opportunities include being an information assistant for Graham Fagan's Scotland + Venice presentation and exhibiting in the New Highland Contemporaries, Nairn Book & Art Festival. 

 

Inspired by the crude aesthetics of artists such as Isa Genzken, Aurel Schmidt, Ryan Trecartin and filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky, her practice explores the concept of "obscenity", the objectification of women and lad culture's affects on contemporary society. Hester's experimental approach means she works in many mediums from drawing, collage and printmaking to film, performance and installation.

"I'm really excited to start my Graduate Internship and be part of the team. I am very much looking forward to helping set up for exhibitions and meeting the artists.  I believe Circus has been extremely valuable in pushing forward and showcasing contemporary art in Inverness and the Highlands. I feel very honoured to now be part of it."   Hester Grant

Hester is based in Inverness, you can see more of her work on Instagram @lidl.kim 

 

Thank you to everyone who took the time to apply for our internship.

 

Circus Artspace run an internship programme, 4 times a year we will advertise for one intern post. Interns will work as part of the Circus collective gaining first hand experience in all the activities carried out by an artist-run collective. Successful interns will receive a £300 stipend to cover any out of pocket expenses. 

 

The internship programme has been kindly supported by funding from The Highland Society of London as well as our Crowdfunder backers who adopted an intern – Sam Banister, Andrew Tognarelli, Graeme Roger, Jill Meighan and Micky Johnson.