As part of an ongoing commitment to professional artists, Graphic Studio Dublin, in partnership with Dublin City Council, is offering a fine art print residency at Graphic Studio Dublin. It is planned that the residency will take place in summer 2020 at a date to be agreed with the artist.
Previous recipients include Cian McLoughlin in 2017, Kieran Crowley in 2018 and Gillian Lawler in 2019.
This residency will offer to an emerging or established artist in any discipline, but who is interested in exploring print processes, the opportunity to make a fine art print with the guidance and assistance of a Master Printmaker at Graphic Studio Dublin. The week-long residency will provide an ideal environment for the development of a creative project in printmaking and an opportunity to network with other artists. The artist will produce a finished print, a limited edition of which is then completed for the artist by the studio. The work will be displayed along with members’ work in Graphic Studio Gallery during the following year.
The professional aims and objectives of the successful candidate will be continually assessed during the residency to ensure the artist gains the maximum benefit from their time. The collaborative nature of being part of a collective print studio and working with a professional printmaker will be of enormous assistance to the artist.
Criteria: The applicant must be an emerging or established artist with an interest in printmaking. No printmaking experience is necessary. To be eligible to apply applicants must have been brought up, have studied, or currently reside in Dublin City Council administrative area
To apply: The application form can be found at graphicstudiodublin.com/residency-2/. Further information about the residency is available from Graphic Studio Dublin- email email@example.com
Graphic Studio Dublin Fine Art Print Residency 2020, Funded by Dublin City Council
DIGITAL applications only will be accepted by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Thursday 30th April at 4pm. Please use DCC residency in the subject line