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Cove Park – Craft & Design Residencies

Applications are now welcome for Cove Park’s summer 2020 programme of funded residencies for designers/makers.

In 2020 Cove Park will award a minimum of three funded Craft & Design Residencies of between four to twelve weeks each to take place during its summer programme (six residencies were awarded in the equivalent programme in 2019). UK-based and international individual designer/makers at any stage in their professional careers are welcome to apply. We will also award one residency of at least 4 weeks to an emerging designer/maker based in Scotland. The above residencies will take place during May to September 2020. Within this period residency dates are negotiable.

Cove Park’s summer residency programme provides the time and support for artists to focus exclusively upon their own practice. The emphasis is upon research, experimentation and the development of new work. The designer/makers will be part of a changing group of national and international residents specialising in a wide variety of art forms. All of the residents are invited to take part in a series of informal studio presentations, talks, screenings and dinners organised by Cove Park throughout the summer programme.

For further information, please contact maeve.redmond@covepark.org), or call 01436 850500, or visit http://covepark.org/funded-residency-programme/

Deadline is Monday 16 December 2019 at 23:55

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