Micro residencies at Orchard Road Studios
Disciplines: All Disciplines.
Location: Forres, Moray, United Kingdom
Duration: Between 1 week and 4 weeks
Eligibility: Open to all creative disciplines. Students are welcome to apply.
Support: The residency provides self catering accommodation and shared studio facilities. There are opportunities to give artists talks and possibility of using the gallery space during selected weeks.
Costs: £250 per week for 1 person / £300 per week for creative partnerships (max 2 people)
We offer short self directed residencies for creatives who would like some space to renew, restore and reflect in a unique and beautiful setting.
Our residencies are based in the Scottish market town of Forres on the beautiful Moray coast, close to stunning beaches, unspoiled nature and surrounded by woodland. It is the perfect location for artists who would like time away to restore themselves.
Residencies are self funded and self directed and are available in week long blocks - minimum stay 1 week maximum stay 4 weeks.
Residents are provided with self catering accommodation and 24hr access to shared studio space at Orchard road studios, which is a shared studio and art space/gallery home to 11 visual artists and is right next door to the accommodation.
Please note this is a self funded opportunity and participants are responsible for all travel, food and materials costs in addition to the weekly residency fee.
During some selected weeks there is the possibility of using the gallery space for shows or events. we can also organise artists talks and informal group crits or meet and greets with other local artists.
More Info: http://www.theredcaravan.co.uk/about.html
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Flux Artist-In-Residence 2018 Open Call
(Deadline: 30 Mar, 2018)
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(Deadline: 25 Feb, 2018)
2018 Create Change Fellowship & Residency Program
(Deadline: 16 Feb, 2018)
Residency Fellowship at Vermont Studio Center + Exhibition at Roger Smith Hotel, NY
(Deadline: 15 Feb, 2018)
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(Deadline: 16 Mar, 2018)