Cove Park Residencies

Website: http://covepark.org/apply-or-book

In 2017 Cove Park will award a minimum of three funded Visual Arts  and three Crafts Residencies of between one to three months each. National (UK) and international artists and designer/makers are welcome to apply. Cove Park will also offer one residency as part of its One-to-One programme (of one or 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) and an opportunity for an early-career visual artist (with a focus upon painting or sculpture) to spend three weeks at Cove Park working in parallel with artists specialising in craft/design and literature. In addition, Cove Park will offer a four-week residency for an emerging visual artist based in Scotland. The residencies provide accommodation, a studio and a fee of £1,600 for one month or £400 for one week for One-to-One residencies.

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Expires: December 2, 2016


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