Artlink Residency

Website: http://www.artlink.ie/projects/-residency-open-call-irl-visual-artists

Artlink are seeking four Visual Artists to take part in paid artist residencies in Fort Dunree, Donegal, Ireland, in 2017. Applications are open to professional visual artists working in any discipline including but not limited to: sculpture, photography, painting, installation, and video. Residencies are expected to take place from March to September 2017 for between two to four weeks at the discretion of the artist. Artists will be paid a residency fee of €6500 (international artists)/€5000 (Ireland-based artists) for undertaking the residency.

Expires: February 14, 2017


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