Artist in Residence 2024

23 November 2023

Deadline: December 31, 2023

The artist residencies are open to professional Visual Artists working in any discipline including but not limited to: sculpture, photography, painting, installation, and video. See some of the previous artists in residence here.

Artists in residence must be available for four weeks between March and December 2024. (This can be split into two or more visits.) During the residency artists are expected to develop new work or new ideas responding to the unique site and surrounding areas, and engage with local artists and Artlink members. Resident artists are expected to actively create within the studio space for at least 20 hours a week and be willing to hold open studio hours with the public for a minimum of one day a week. Public engagement could be through presenting artist talks, workshops, demonstrations or other events



  • Artilink will offer time, space and professional support for work, reflection, research and experimentation.
  • Links to the local community
  • 24-hour secure access to studio space (if required)
  • Broadband Internet (intermittent)
  • Alternative photographic processing kit (hinged back printing-out frames 1 x 20”x16”, 4 x 12”x16”, UV light, flat hake brushes, weighing scales, thermometers, glass cylinders, developing trays up to 20 x 16, print washer)
  • Digital Imaging Suite
  • Technical assistance
  • “The Potting Shed” community garden and studio
  • Digital projector
  • Large flat screen monitor
  • Glass kiln
  • Ceramic kiln
  • Electric bicycle
  • Speakers and media player
  • Mini printing press



Artists will be paid a residency fee of €7500/6000 for undertaking the residency. The residency fee covers all flights, accommodation, transport, materials, living expenses and artist’s fee. The selected artists are responsible for arranging their own accommodation and travel arrangements and managing their budget as appropriate. Collaborative groups/duos may apply but the fee will be shared between individuals participating.

Find out more and apply here.


Deadline for applications, 31st December.


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