Meet You at The Green? Research Residency

Website: http://www.create-ireland.ie/capp/meet-you-at-the-green-capp-open-call-for-artists

Meet You at The Green? Research Residency is a two month residency to take place between February and May 2017 at Callan Workhouse Union, Ireland. They‘re seeking an artist/designer/architect who wishes to explore the possibilities of an engaged/ collaborative practice within the context of the Meet You at the Green? project, and the rural arts ecology of the town of Callan and surrounding region. Meet You at The Green? is a year-long project focusing on participatory spatial practice and asks the question, ‘how do we inhabit our small towns?’. The residency offers an artist fee of €3,000, a subsistence allowance of €840, accommodation and a budget for travel and research materials.

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Expires: December 9, 2016


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