Cove Park’s New Artists Centre Wins Awards!

14 November 2017


Cove Park’s new Artists Centre, designed by CameronWebster Architects, has won two GIA Awards this year! The first is in the Leisure/Arts category and the awarding panel noted:

‘The building takes full advantage of the quality of views and the light, creating a series of special places within two simple linked buildings, and forming a landscaped courtyard as the point of arrival.The key intent was to use the architecture to capture the context and allow visiting artists the flexibility to develop their work. An important space within the centre is the kitchen and dining area, which allows an informality to enable visitors to meet and discuss ideas over a communal dining experience.The palette of materials are simple and deliberately unfussy, to allow the landscape to be the eye-catching spectacle.’

The second award was made in the GIA’s Wood for Category.

We are delighted CWA have received these awards and equally thrilled with Cove Park’s Artists Centre!


Cove Park’s November Newsletter

13 November 2017

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Cove Park’s November Newsletter includes information on all our current residencies and projects, including our first Printmaking Residency and a National Galleries of Scotland residency. Read more about the month’s activity here.


Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies

8 November 2017

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We are pleased to announce a new residency programme for 2018 and a call for applications. Cove Park, in association with LUX Scotland and Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, will award up to four funded Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies in 2018. This new series of funded residencies will run between May and September next year and emerging or established artists and filmmakers, based in Scotland, are welcome to apply. The deadline for applications is Monday 11 December 2017. Further information is available in our Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies 2018 Guidelines