Funded Visual Arts and Crafts Residencies 2016, Cove Park

Deadlines: Friday 4 December 2015 (visual arts), Monday 7 December 2015 (crafts)

Funded residencies are awarded by direct invitation or following an application process. Artists on residency are given the time, space, freedom and financial support to concentrate on the development of their work.

Cove Park provides a supportive context in which artists can devise new projects, experiment and engage with artists working in different fields or with different approaches to their practice. Cove Park is happy to support and facilitate the production of specific projects during residencies and, equally, to ensure that those artists who wish to develop new ideas without the constraints of the completion of a final piece of work are free to do so. The opportunity for individual research and development is enhanced through the interaction and discussion that takes place between the artists on residency.

This is promoted through a series of informal events, talks and presentations.

Visual Arts Residencies 2016
In 2016 Cove Park will award a minimum of three funded Visual Arts Residencies, of between one to three months each, for individual national and international artists.

Artists at any stage in their professional careers are welcome to apply to this programme. Our One-to-One programme (of one and two-week residencies for visual artists working collaboratively with another visual artist, with an artist working in another art form, a curator or a writer) will continue in 2016 and we will offer one residency in this strand. In addition, and with the support of the Bridge Awards, Cove Park will offer a two-week residency for an emerging visual artist based in Scotland. These residencies will all take place during May to September 2016.

Previous visual arts residents include: Sara Barker, Tyler Coburn, Abraham Cruzvillegas, Lauren Printy Currie, Kate Davis, Mariana Castillo Deball, Chris Evans, Ruth Ewan, Sarah Forrest, Luke Fowler, Alex Frost, Michael Fullerton, Maria Fusco, Will Holder, Quinn Latimer, Toby Paterson, Elizabeth Price, Margaret Salmon, Polly Staple, Simon Starling, Stephen Sutcliffe, Cara Tolmie, Alison Turnbull, Jan Verwoert

The deadline for all visual arts applications is Friday 4 December 2015.

Crafts Residencies 2016
Cove Park will award a minimum of three funded Crafts Residencies, of between one to three months each, for individual national and international designer/makers.

Designer/makers at any stage in their professional careers are welcome to apply. We will also award one residency lasting at least one month to an emerging designer/maker based in Scotland. These residencies will all take place during May to September 2016.

Previous craft residents include: Catherine Aitken, Jude Barber, Linda Brothwell, Chien-Wei Chang, Linda Florence, Hilda Hellström, Jasleen Kaur, Andrew Lamb, Charlotte Linton, Beca Lipscombe, Naomi Mcintosh, Nao Matsunaga, Johannes Nagel, Deirdre Nelson, Lina Peterson, Frances Priest, Alex Ramsay, Maeve Redmond, James Rigler, Will Shannon, Laura Spring, James Thompson, Hannah Waldron, Andrea Walsh.

The deadline for all crafts applications is Monday 7 December 2015.

For full details and to download Application Guidelines, visit the website.

Self-funded residencies are also available.

 

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