Closing date for receipt of proposals: Wednesday 30 November, 5pm
Dublin City Council Art’s Office is pleased to announce an open call to Irish and international Artists’ as well as Arts Organisations interested in applying for our “2017 Residential Scheme”. The scheme will run from the 1st February 2017 until the 31st January 2018. We have four residences on offer for periods of three months to one year. Two residencies at Albert Cottages, one at St. Patrick’s Lodge and one at 9 Wooden Buildings. Shorter periods of occupation may be considered at the discretion of the City Arts Officer subject to demand or as part of an agreed joint program with Dublin City Council.
- Albert Cottages consists of two properties located in Hampstead Park, Dublin 9, a tranquil parklands setting. Each cottage comprise of two bedrooms, living area, kitchen and a small studio/work space.
- St Patrick’s Lodge is located in St Patrick’s Park next to St Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin City. This is a busy city park. The property also consists of two bedrooms, living area, kitchen and a small studio/work space.
- 9 Wooden Buildings is a second floor apartment located in Temple Bar. It consists of two bedrooms, living space and an extensive private roof garden.
All our properties are fully furnished and include complementary TV, phone and wifi service.
Rent for each property is set at €700 per month including utility bills . The final month of occupation may be reduced by a few days to facilitate change over. The letting arrangement will be with a single individual or entity regardless of the number of persons occupying the property.
To apply for a residential studio please send a cover letter detailing the proposed usage of the studio, a work plan outlining ideas for the residency; duration of residency; current Curriculum Vitae; artists’ statement; documentation of work; and any special requirements, for example in terms of access.
Please send proposals in hard copy format only to Brian Mongey, Dublin City Council Arts Office, The LAB, Foley Street, Dublin 1.
For further information see www.dublincityartsoffice.ie
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