Residencies & Studio Exchanges
Deadline: 1st July
Interviews at Standpoint: Monday 22nd July
Application fee: £15.00
Standpoint Futures is an ambitious residency programme for regional UK artists, providing bespoke, high-calibre opportunities for discussion and interaction with the London art world. We support artists who are making a reputation in their region to spend time in London to make a significant impact on their practice and/or career without the need to relocate. We promote a dynamic and interactive network between London and Regional UK art world, working with excellent artist-focused institutions across the UK. Residencies are designed to be flexible and responsive to the project, needs and desired outcomes of individual participants. The residency’s chief aims are to provide high quality, individualized opportunities to develop the artist’s practice and career, and to integrate London and the regional UK art world to promote access and the exchange of ideas.
The residency offer is: 4-6 weeks working at Standpoint in Hoxton, London. Accommodation, studio and all mentoring and advisor visits are included as part of the award. Artists receive a modest per diem & travel allowance. All other expenses are at the expense of the artist.
The 5 residencies will run from October 2013 to April 2014. The panel will select 5 artists – one from Scotland, one from Wales, two from England, and one early career artist, who may be based anywhere in the UK (not Eire).
Selectors will be one representative from each of our partner organisations: G39 & Chapter Arts, Peacock Visual Arts, The Royal Standard, Exeter Phoenix and Standpoint.
Further details and application materials are at www.standpointlondon.co.uk/Futures.html
Deadline: June 28th
We are proud to announce our Summer Print Residency Program 2013. This residency aims to stimulate and to promote artistic production during the Summer months of July and/or August in Dublin by providing access to our print workshop, technical assistance, and contemporary approaches to printmaking.
Candidates must be undergraduates or recent graduates.
Submission guidelines and further details please visit: http://deboraando.wordpress.com/summer-print-residency/
Debora Ando Print Workshop is located in Dublin 2.
contact details: email@example.com or 0874164192
Applications now being accepted for the last remaining two residencies available in the first phase of the Living And Working Project of IMOCA, housed within Steambox in Dublin 8, just off Thomas Street and next to the Digital Hub. It is an excellent location within walking distance to all amenities and the Luas.
The residency is comprised of 4-bedroom furnished contemporary living spaces with separate furnished studio spaces, with access to and influence on future acquisitions for an expanding library of media equipment and workshop tools; private enclosed outdoor yard with space for gardens, a patio and workspace, and gallery/exhibition space, at a fixed subsidised rate inclusive of all utilities. There is a maximum of 24 residencies available, so the application process is highly competitive; selected applicants will be expected to participate, engage in and help develop the shared community and cultural content of the facility.
For more information, please visit: http://steambox.imoca.ie/workspace/
Art in the Park, The Lord Mayor’s Pavilion, Fitzgerald Park, Cork City.
Art in the Park, Cork is now calling for local artists who are interested in a residency period.
If interested, please contact project manager Patricia Gurgel-Segrillo firstname.lastname@example.org
Application deadline: Friday 26th April at 5pm
Designed to support emerging Northern Irish artists working with photography.
This new programme offers a two week unpaid workspace residency in the Exchange Space for artists to research and develop new projects. Residents will be given access to the darkroom, the photographic studio suite and the reading room, alongside opportunities for engaging with BX archive material – a resource of 500,000 images.
For more information on how to apply contact email@example.com or visit www.belfastexposed.org
Closing Date for Submissions by email: 10th May at 4pm
ARTFarm Residency, Co. Galway
1st – 14th July & 1st – 14th August 2013
As part of our continued commitment to support our members, 126 is delighted to announce an open call out for the ARTFarm Residency. This residency will take place in a very rural and secluded setting in Cloonkeen, Newbridge, Ballinasloe, Co.Galway. The ARTFarm is owned and operated by Sheila Flanagan and comprises of a small self-catering farmhouse with access to a studio space comprising a large open barn, indoor library/studio and an indoor shed/workshop space. The ARTFarm is ideally suited to independent, self-sufficient artists who would relish quiet, unplugged time to develop their practice or new work. Own transport is necessary. The residency is aimed at providing an artist with the experience of a residency and subsequent joint exhibition. Photos and more information can be found at www.126gallery.blogspot.ie
126 invites its members to submit proposals for the residencies that will take place at the ARTFarm this summer. The inaugral residency will be for up to two artists, from any discipline, from the 1st – 14th July 2013, working towards the ARTFarm exhibition in 126 Artist run Gallery in February 2014. The second residency for up to two artists will run from 1-14th August 2013. In your application, please state if you are applying for the July or August residency. Individual and joint collaborative applications are welcome from artists working in any medium. 126 Board members will visit artists during the residency.
Artists and recent graduates are invited to apply for the ARTFarm residency with a proposal of how time would be spent at the ARTFarm, images of recent work, an artist statement and CV. A small stipend will be made available to the artist to cover costs. Submissions are by email only to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please title the email “ARTFarm Residency Proposal”. Decisions will be made by 17th May.
Submissions for this open call are invited from 126 members. Membership details are at www.126.ie/member.htm. The financial contribution of our membership is invaluable. It helps support our strong programme of unconventional and international art exhibitions. One year’s membership costs 10 to students/unwaged or 20 to those with a wage. You can also support us further by becoming a ‘Friend of 126′ for 50 or ‘Patron of 126 for 250. Just drop in to the gallery to join up or you can use paypal through our website www.126.ie . Membership is open to anyone over the age of 18 that supports our aims.
Members are encouraged to make exhibition proposals throughout the year. In addition to this, 126 members will have access to discounted rates on a number of events throughout the year including, workshops, seminars and screenings. Invitations and opportunities to take part in 126 projects and collaborations throughout the programme year are offered to current 126 members only. Members can also avail of listing a link to their website from the 126 website.
As part of an on going programme researching non toxic approaches to printmaking we are seeking two artist printmakers with at least 2 years’ professional experience who have worked in one or more of the following techniques: Ferric Chloride etching, copper sulphate etching, water based screen printing, waterless lithography, traditional lithography.
This Residency is funded through North Down Borough Council’s Arts Committee. For many years Seacourt Print Workshop has provided opportunities for artists to visit and work at our facility. The exchange of ideas and approaches to printmaking has been inspiring to our members and beneficial to our visitors. The residency programmes have included an International Visiting Artist programme and an Artist in Residence Programme.
The residencies will last for 6 consecutive weeks. (Commencement date negotiable from July the 1st 2013 but the residency must be completed before the 13th December 2013).
Artist Stipend: £1,500 sterling. This stipend will be divided into equal instalments paid at agreed intervals over the duration of the residency. The residency does not include accommodation or travel expenses. Whilst Seacourt Print Workshop will endeavour to assist the artist in every way to secure affordable accommodation, the selected artist must make their own travel and living arrangements. All expenses incurred are the responsibility of the selected artists.
The recipient will provide a talk on their practice to members of Seacourt Print Workshop. The recipient will participate in a community based outreach programme consisting of not less than four hours contact time. The recipient will donate one work to Seacourt Print Workshop’s Archive.
N.B. The selected artist will not be an employee of the studio or its funding bodies, and any taxes or contributions that may be due from any fees paid are the sole responsibility of the artist.
Recently introduced Border Control legislation may impact on some visitors from outside the EU. Please contact your nearest British Embassy to ascertain what documents you will require if selected to participate in this programme. All applications and accompanying materials must arrive by 4.00pm 24th May.
Information and application forms are available by request from April 2nd in a variety of formats.
By post: Seacourt Print Workshop,
Unit 20 Dunlop Industrial Units,
8 Balloo Road, Bangor,
Co. Down, BT19 7QY.
By Telephone: +44 (0) 28 9146 0595
DEADLINE: 31st March at midnight
Belfast Photo Festival has collaborated with Belfast Print Workshop to create a photography and printmaking artist residency with a subsequent exhibition as part of the 2013 Belfast Photo Festival. We are looking for a photographer/artist who wants to develop their practice through learning/developing printmaking techniques. This opportunity is open to photographers throughout the island of Ireland and aims to showcase a unique exhibition to a local, national and international audience.
Residency length: 2-4 weeks in May, open to national and international artists.
Artist will receive:
- Exhibition in June as part of the 2013 Belfast Photo Festival
- Daily Stipend
- Materials bursary
- Access to the workshop 7 days a week, 7am to midnight
- Training and support from Print workshop staff
- Opportunity to do a residency talk
- Access to equipment and resources of the Belfast Photo Festival
- Promoting/Advertising through the Belfast Photo Festival and its partners
- Profile on the Festival and Print Workshops websites
- Assistance in sourcing accommodation
Expenses paid by artist
- Any unseen expenses
For further information please visit: http://www.belfastphotofestival.com/opportunties/198-print-residency
Deadline: 23rd August
This Artist-in-Residence Programme is seeking an artist printmaker with at least 2 years’ professional experience from the UK or Ireland:
Duration: The residency will last for 3 consecutive weeks. (Commencement date negotiable from January the 6th 2014 but the residency must be completed before the 31st March 2014).
Artist Stipend: £600 sterling. This fee will be divided into three equal instalments paid at the end of each week. The residency does not include accommodation or travel expenses. Whilst Belfast Print Workshop will endeavour to assist the artist in every way to secure affordable accommodation, the selected artist must make their own travel and living arrangements. All expenses incurred are the responsibility of the selected artist.
For more information and details on how to apply, please visit: www.bpw.org.uk/httpbpworgukbencraig/
Temple Bar Gallery + Studios (TBG+S) in partnership wth HIAP–Helsinki International Artist-in-residence Programme are now inviting applications from Irish artists for the seventh annual exchange between Ireland and Finland in 2013. Since the partnership began in 2007, TBG+S and HIAP have supported a total of 11 artists and curators from Ireland and Finland to undertake new creative work in the cities of Dublin and Helsinki through an exchange programme. The deadline for the HIAP residency is Friday 19 April 2013. Full details and application form are on the website.