Limerick Printmakers are committed to promoting printmaking as an art form and supporting printmakers by providing a professional open access printmaking studio, exhibition opportunities and education program.
Limerick Printmakers (LP) is a continuously evolving member-focused printmaking studio and organisation that has become an integral part of the cultural landscape of the mid west since its establishment in 1999.
LP are delighted to announce that it is continuing to accept applications for their Annual National Residency. Open to printmakers currently residing in Ireland/ Northern Ireland.
Closing Date for Applications Sunday 19th January 2020. All Candidates will be informed of panel decisions by Friday 25th January 2020. Dates of Residency 2nd – 13th March 2020
As part of both residencies, LP will provide:
- Accommodation for the duration of the residency (organised by LP).
- A full studio induction and ongoing support from LP’s studio technician along with the rest of the LP team.
- General studio materials plus a small stipend for additional materials.
- Networking Opportunities.
What LP request from residency applicants:
- A completed application form with 6 images of recent work.
- Paragraph listing achievements e.g. awards, exhibitions, collaborations etc. (Max. 400 Words).
- Statement of Intent on what you hope to achieve during the residency (Max. 400 Words).
- Recent C.V.
- Contact details of two referees directly related to your professional practice.
Queries about the residency & application form requests can be made by emailing Jess Tobin, LP Director at firstname.lastname@example.org with ‘National Residency Enquiry’ listed in the subject line.
- That LP regret that it is not possible to alter the dates of either residency for any reason due to related accommodation having been booked in advance for the specific dates listed.
Applicants that can attend for a portion of the residency are still welcome to apply but asked to declare their availability in their application.
- The accommodation is of a very high standard but can only be utilised by one person per residency.