contactAndy Fairgrieve - Arts Project Managertelephone01340 821 565website
Artists in residence at the famous whiskey distillers. In 2002 Glenfiddich established their Artists in Residence Programme at its Distillery in Dufftown. The Glenfiddich programme gives visual artists and musicians the opportunity to mix and work alongside like minded individuals, living on site in cottages at The Glenfiddich Distillery and utilising the atmosphere and environment as inspiration to explore and develop their work. The artists spend the summer at Glenfiddich (June - September) and have free reign to create new works. Possibly not running in 2013, the website is accessed only by imputting your date of birth, then click on News and Events.
Adam Reynolds Memorial Bursary
This annual bursary for deaf and disabled artists working in the visual arts has been established in memory of Adam Reynolds by Shape in collaboration with his friends and family. Each year the bursary will be offered in conjunction with a residency in a visual arts venue. The bursary is intended to provide time, space and support for artists to work in an open-ended way without pressure to deliver a particular outcome. Artists can contact Shape for informal discussions about the bursary.
addressPeaton Hill, Cove, Helensburgh, Argyll & Bute, Scotland G84 0PEtelephone01436 850 123website
The residency provides an opportunity for an artist or craftsperson, who is at a key stage in their development, to spend an undisturbed period of time in a rural setting; the aim is to fully support research, experimentation and artistic and professional development of the individual. Accommodation, catering facilities and a private studio provided.
address5 Charlotte Square, Newcastle upon Tyne, NE1 4XFwebsite
ISIS initiates and manages artist residencies, productions and exhibitions, and works with artists on collaborative projects and events, focusing on new media. Based in Newcastle, ISIS supports artist residencies across the Northern Region, working with around 70 artists a year on their residency programme and a further 40 as part of their training programmes.
Florence Trust Studios
addressSt Saviour's, Aberdeen Park, London N5 2AR
The Florence Trust offers twelve short residency awards (12 months in duration) with low rents payable by artists; with the award of a studio they offer opportunities such as the twice yearly open studios, exhibiting opportunities and networking and selling opportunities facilitated by art consultants engaged the the Trust. Application fee of £10.
Seacourt Print Workshop
addressUnit 33, Dunlop Industrial Units, 8 Balloo Drive, Bangor, County Down BT19 7QYwebsite
For many years Seacourt Print Workshop has provided opportunities for artists to visit and work at their facility. Still running yearly.
Chapel Arts Studios
contactDavid DixonaddressSt Mary’s Church, Andover, Hampshire
6 months unpaid residency based at Chapel Arts Studios and a local school. Ideally suited to recent graduates or an artist with a specific project in mind.
The Art House Residency
addressDrury Lane, Wakefield WF1 2TE
The Art House residency offers an exhibition, including an artist talk/performance, a week residency at the Art House (accommodation, studio space, access to print studio and support technician included), 5 hours of coaching and mentoring, 1-2-1 session, and travel and subsidence expenses.
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art
websiteaddressMontague House, 1 Chancery Lane, Thrapston, Northamptonshire, NN14 4LN
Fermynwoods Contemporary Art is an independent arts organisation that works with artists and audiences to develop a programme reflecting on art and ecology. They regularly organise artist residencies, site specific installations and participatory events.
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