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Cove Park’s funded residency programmes for 2021 are open for applications

Cove Park offers funded residencies throughout the year. These opportunities are awarded following an open call and application process, or via nomination and direct invitation. Residents are given the time, space, freedom and financial support to concentrate upon the development of their own work. This programme supports those wishing to focus upon specific projects and those aiming to develop new ideas without the demands of deadlines or public presentation. This is enhanced through a series of events designed to promote discussion between all the artists on residency. 

Residents receive a fee, private and self-catering accommodation, workspace and, if required, a studio. All artists have 24-hour access to Cove Park’s Artists Center and its communal spaces, kitchen and library.

To Find out more click on the relevant practice.

Craft & Design, Experimental Film & Moving Image, Literature & Translation and Visual Arts programmes. These fully funded residencies will take place during the late spring and summer of 2021. Please click on each programme title below to see the relevant Application Guidelines. The deadlines for application to these programmes are as follows:

Craft & Design:
Monday 14 December 2020
Experimental Film & Moving Image:
Wednesday 16 December 2020
Literature & Translation:
Monday 7 December 2020
Visual Arts:
Monday 14 December 2020

To find out more about Cove Park and for further information go here.


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