DCCoI Call for Applications | Tyrone Guthrie Centre Craft and Design Residency Bursary 2019

Posted 20.03.19

Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) in partnership with the Tyrone Guthrie Centre is now offering a residency opportunity for a practitioner in any design and craft form currently based in Ireland to spend one week at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre artists' workplace, Annaghmakerrig, Co. Monaghan. The aim of the Residency is to assist and encourage both established and emerging practitioners, offering an opportunity to research and work alongside others in a very unique, creative environment.

The following bursaries are available:

  • Friday 31st May - Friday 7th June for Printmakers
    (please note this bursary is only available to artists working with print - please state this specific bursary in your application)
  • Friday 16th - Friday 23rd August
    (Open to all forms of design and craft disciplines)
  • Friday 13th - Friday 20th September
    (Open to all forms of design and craft disciplines)

Closing date for receipt of completed applications is no later than 12noon on Tuesday 23rd April 2019. Application form can be found HERE. Please note currently this is a research residency that provides self-catering accommodation and a studio space. Any tools/equipment required as part of the research residency must be provided by yourself.

For further details regarding all of the above please contact: wcceurope@dccoi.ie

Closing date: 12noon, Tuesday 23rd April 2019

APPLICATION FORM

Terms and Conditions

  1. Bursary awards will be awarded to craftspeople/designers from all fields born or living in Ireland to enable them to spend 1 week at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig, the craftspeople/designers workplace in Monaghan.
  2. Craftspeople/designers will be selected on the basis of their application and the project/research they intend to further during their residence.
  3. Bursary provided by Design & Crafts Council of Ireland (DCCoI) must be acknowledged in all publicity material associated with the project. DCCoI logos are available from communications@dccoi.ie, DCCoI reserves the right to publicise the awarding of the bursary. Failure to acknowledge DCCoI appropriately may deem the bursary invalid and funding relating to bursary may need to be refunded to DCCoI.
  4. Successful candidates are required to provide a short written report / update to the DCCoI on or before 31st October 2019. Failure to do so may deem the bursary invalid and funding relating to bursary may need to be refunded to DCCoI.
  5. Applicants must be originally from or currently resident in Ireland.
  6. Craftspeople/designers will be selected on the basis of their application and the project/research they intend to further during their residence.
  7. The bursary will cover self-catering lodging costs, but does not include travel expenses and candidates must make their own travel arrangements.
  8. No cash alternative will be offered and the bursary cannot be passed on to a third party.
  9. Residency dates indicated are non-negotiable. Failure to participate on set dates after confirming your place may result in liability for costs of residency.
  10. All applicants will be advised of DCCoI’s decisions via email.
  11. All applications must be accompanied by
    a) A current biography and/ or cv, outlining details of career to date
    b) A statement of interest outlining the intentions or specific body of work for which the bursary would be used, including time scale
    c) Support image material, in jpeg, that may be relevant to this application

Further details can be found on www.tyroneguthrie.ie. Further details about the application can be requested at wcceurope@dccoi.ie.

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