ARTISTS' RESIDENCY PROGRAMME - ONGOING
Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre offers Artist in Residence studio opportunities to artists. Artists are invited to apply for an opportunity to research and develop their practices and to engage in dialogue with Uillinn, other organisations in Cork, the local community and general public.
This is a non-accommodation residency. Currently West Cork Arts Centre does not offer a stipend for the duration of a residency. We recommend that artists apply to their own Arts Councils, Local Authorities etc to source funding for accommodation, travel and expenses. Now taking applications for residencies for 2019, see below for details on submissions. The deadline for Visual Art, Literature (for literature use visual art criteria) and Dance Residency submissions for 2019 is 24 July 2018.
- The Artists' Studios
The three Artists' Studios are located on Level 2 of Uillinn, West Cork Arts Centre's new arts building, and range in size from 18.2 metres square to 21.2 metres square. They are interconnecting work spaces, with north facing roof lights, that can be closed off from each other. Each studios is equipped with heating facilities, desk/work bench and wireless internet. Weekend and evening access can be facilitated.
Please click here to download a PDF with more details on The Artists' Studio Residency Submissions.
- The Dance Studio
The Dance Studio is located on level 3 of Uillinn and is 56 metres square. It has a sprung dance floor, a full length mirror and barre.
Please click here to download a PDF with more details on The Dance Studio Residency Submissions.
WEST CORK DANCE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE
Uillinn: West Cork Arts Centre in partnership with Cork County Council Arts Office are currently seeking expressions of interest from dance artists who wish to develop their practice at Uillinn Dance Studio and support an application to the Arts Council Dance Artist Residency Scheme in 2018 for January to December 2019.
The West Cork Dance Residency aims to support dance professionals in developing new work, support a creative platform for performance and build a community based programme which seeks to engage and build dance audiences across West Cork. The Residency programme offers a number of practical supports including studio space, desk, key holder privileges, wifi, canteen facilities, technical and administrative support. We also support and encourage cross art form collaboration with other artists in residence at Uillinn.
Information on previous residencies can be researched on our website dance
Applications for this residency should be made by submitting:
• A short outline of a programme of work you would like to undertake during a residency, including a description of a personal area of research and proposals to demonstrate how you might connect with the community and link your work with audiences in West Cork
• Outline a budget breakdown of proposed expenses for the residency
• CV and links to supporting video and documentation material of current and/or past work.
• A list of any collaborating artists
Please indicate if you have a full, clean driving licence and have access to your own transport.
The residency will involve working with young people from time to time. Please indicate your willingness to undergo Garda Vetting
Mark your application AiR DANCE 2018 and submit to: email@example.com by 23 March 2018, 5pm
Uillinn Residencies are supported by the Arts Council and Cork County Council.