RESIDENCIES

This Season

UK Literature Residency I, 2019

Jo Bell

Cove Park’s Literature Residency supports an established writer based in Scotland or the UK at a key stage in their work. We offer the writer time and space…  read on

Taiwanese Writers Residency

Hsiang-Ying Kuo

Hsiang-Ying Kuo (born 1981) is a writer and translator based in Taiwan. This residency is part of our Literature and Translation programme and is made possible with support…  read on

Independently-Funded Residency

Jane Archer

Jane is a writer of fiction based in north Perthshire. Her short stories have been shortlisted for the Bridport prize and commended in The White Review & Manchester…  read on

Visual Arts Residency I, 2019

Raydale Dower

The Glasgow-based visual artist Raydale Dower will be based at Cove Park for six weeks during the summer of 2019. The treatment of space through the lens of…  read on

Crafts & Design Early Career Residency I, 2019

Oliver Pitt

With this one-month residency Cove Park aims to provide designers and makers based in Scotland with the support required to develop new work at a crucial stage in…  read on

The Lighthouse & Cove Park Crafts Residency

Camille Arnould Walachowski

After the success of Poppy Nash’s 2018 residency and exhibition,   read on

Scottish Emerging Writer Residency 2019

Garry MacKenzie

This residency is offered to a writer based in Scotland who may not yet have published a work but demonstrates exceptional promise. It is an opportunity to develop…  read on

Independently-Funded Residency

Lesley Wilson

Lesley Wilson is Associate Artist at Perth Theatre and an award-winning playwright who lives in Perthshire. Her work has been read and performed at Perth Theatre, The Traverse,…  read on

Experimental Film & Moving Image I, 2019

Adam Lewis-Jacob

Adam Lewis-Jacob has been awarded the Vivid Projects/Animate WORK commission to create a new moving image work focusing on worker’s rights, work based activism, campaigning and legislation. As…  read on

Crafts & Design Early Career Residency II, 2019

Heather Woof

With this one-month residency Cove Park aims to provide designers and makers based in Scotland with the support required to develop new work at a crucial stage in…  read on

Scottish Emerging Writer Residency II, 2019

Anna Stewart

This residency is offered to a writer based in Scotland who may not yet have published a work but demonstrates exceptional promise. It is an opportunity to develop…  read on

Independently-Funded Residencies

Elizabeth Barrett

Elizabeth Barrett's poetry has been widely published in journals and anthologies. She is the author of three collections: Walking on Tiptoe (Staple First Editions, 1998; re-issued by Bluechrome…  read on

The Work Room / Cove Park

Rosanna Irvine and Kian McEvoy

Building on a partnership which began in 2017,   read on

Participatory Arts Residency

Clare Charles & Becca Thomas

Introduced this year and made possible with support from The Paul Hamlyn Foundation, the Participatory Arts Residency supports artists based in the UK and working in participatory arts. This three-week…  read on

Experimental Film & Moving Image II, 2019

Duncan Marquiss

Duncan Marquiss is based in Glasgow and known for his video works and drawings. He was the recipient of the Margaret Tait Award in 2015/16. A Cove…  read on

Independently-Funded Residency

Adele Patrick

Adele Patrick has been developing innovative cultural projects rooted in equalities and in academic research and community learning and teaching for over 25 years. Adele co-founded Glasgow Women’s…  read on

The Work Room / Cove Park

Skye Reynolds and Jo Clifford

Building on a partnership which began in 2017,   read on

Literature, Birkbeck/Sophie Warne Fellow 2019

Lou Kramskoy

This partnership with University College Birkbeck in London brings an outstanding emerging writer, and winner of Birkbeck’s Sophie Warne Memorial essay prize to Cove Park. This is a…  read on

Ivan Juritz Prize Residency

Catherine Woodward

Cat Woodward is a feminist modern lyric poet and a graduate of The University of East Anglia. Her PhD is in robot and lyric voice and her…  read on

RSA Residencies for Scotland

Madeleine Virginia Brown

This residency is part of the nationwide is a visual artist based in Glasgow. Her practice is primarily performance…  read on

Crafts & Design, UK residency I, 2019

Raisa Kabir

The UK Craft Residency supports an established designer/maker at a key stage in their career. It enables the artist to undertake research, explore new ideas and make significant…  read on

Scottish Emerging Writer Residency III, 2019

Conor Cleary

This residency is offered to a writer based in Scotland who may not yet have published a work but demonstrates exceptional promise. It is an opportunity to develop…  read on

European Residency Programme

Andrea Coyotzi Borja

In February 2019 Cove Park was awarded funding from British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland to develop a new residency programme produced in collaboration with partners based in…  read on

Artists’ Moving Image Festival Residency

Emmie McLuskey, Kimberley O'Neill

For the second year, Cove Park is pleased to host the curators of the Artists' Moving Image Festival organised by Tramway and LUX Scotland. The Festival takes place…  read on

TENT Academy Awards Residency

Natalia Papaeva

Cove Park is delighted to host Natalia Papevea this summer on a residency developed in partnership with   read on

Crafts & Design International Residency 2019

Natalie Weinberger

Cove Park’s International Crafts programme expresses our commitment to supporting emerging and established international designer/makers and creating ways in which these individuals can engage with artists, organisations and…  read on

Scottish Emerging Writer Residency IV, 2019

Jeda Pearl Lewis

This residency is offered to a writer based in Scotland who may not yet have published a work but demonstrates exceptional promise. It is an opportunity to develop…  read on

European Residency Programme

Ida Lindgren

In February 2019 Cove Park was awarded funding from British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland to develop a new residency programme produced in collaboration with partners based…  read on

Visual Arts 2019, Emerging Artist Residency

Ashanti Harris

This residency supports and early-career artist based in Scotland. We are grateful to The Bridge Awards for their ongoing support for this programme. Ashanti Harris's work takes the form…  read on

Varuna Residency 2019

Roanna Gonsalves

In the inaugural year of our exchange programme with Varuna, the National Writers House of Australia, we are pleased to welcome Roanna Gonsalves to Cove Park. Roanna…  read on

Experimental Film & Moving Image III, 2019

Mark Briggs

Mark Briggs works with film and video, performance, sound and the written word. He produces individual and collaborative work under the alias of Gas-tower. He is part…  read on

UK Literature 2019

Jan Carson

Cove Park’s Literature Residency supports an established writer based in Scotland or the UK at a key stage in their work. We offer the writer time and space…  read on

Visual Arts Residency III, 2019

Emilia Beatriz

An artist from Puerto Rico’s diaspora, Emilia Beatriz is based in Scotland. Beatriz's interdisciplinary practice moves between lens-based media, text, sound, and performance; nourished and underpinned by…  read on

European Residency Programme

Bettina Münch

In February 2019 Cove Park was awarded funding from British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland to develop a new residency programme produced in collaboration with partners based in…  read on

Visual Arts Residency IV, 2019

Giles Round

Operating across disciplines, from architecture, ceramics, design, print and typography, Giles Round's work engages a variety of materials, processes and collaborators to address the relationship between art,…  read on

Experimental Film & Moving Image IV, 2019

Annie Crabtree

Annie Crabtree is an artist and researcher based in Glasgow. She makes moving image work exploring political, social and cultural narratives about women, drawing upon feminist theory to…  read on

Crafts & Design, UK Residency II 2019

Alice Walton

The UK Crafts & Design Residency supports an established designer/maker at a key stage in their career. It enables the artist to undertake research, explore…  read on

Scotland/Japan Residency Exchange Programme

Nobuko Tsuchiya

The first residencies for artists based in Japan as part of the Scotland/Japan Residency Exchange Programme have been awarded to Nao Hishihara and Nobuko Tsuchiya. Nao will be based…  read on

Scottish Emerging Writer Residency V, 2019

Rebecca Raeburn

This residency is offered to a writer based in Scotland who may not yet have published a work but demonstrates exceptional promise. Rebecca Raeburn is an Edinburgh-based writer and…  read on

SWAP UK/Ukraine 2019

Anastasiia Khlestova

Cove Park is pleased to be one of several Scottish organisations taking part in the British Council's programme of artistic residencies SWAP: UK/UKraine 2019. Three Ukraine-based artists and…  read on

Visual Arts V, 2019

Hrafnhildur Halldórsdóttir

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Early Career Residencies 2019

Heiba Lamara

Cove Park's programme of Early Career Residencies supports UK-based artists in the process of establishing their careers, providing an opportunity for research and the development of new work…  read on

Early Career Residencies 2019

Winnie Herbstein

Cove Park's programme of Early Career Residencies supports UK-based artists in the process of establishing their careers, providing an opportunity for research and the development of new work…  read on

Early Career Residencies 2019

Lisette Auton

Cove Park's programme of Early Career Residencies supports UK-based artists in the process of establishing their careers, providing an opportunity for research and the development of new work…  read on

Early Career Residencies 2019

Jane Dickson

Cove Park's programme of Early Career Residencies supports UK-based artists in the process of establishing their careers, providing an opportunity for research and the development of new work…  read on

Independently-Funded Residency

B. D. Owens

B. D. Owens is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Shandon, on the Gare Loch. In 2017, he graduated from the Art, Society & Publics MFA Programme at DJCAD,…  read on

Fuel Theatre Residency

Aisha Zia

Founded in 2004 by Louise Blackwell and Kate McGrath, Fuel is a producing organisation working in partnership with some of the most exciting artists in the UK to…  read on

Ivan Juritz Prize Residency 2019

Manos Charalabopoulos

The Ivan Juritz Prize was established in 2014 to celebrate the creative explosion of the modernist era and reward art that seeks to ‘make it new’. Postgraduate students…  read on

Ivan Juritz Prize Residency 2019

Kathryn Maris

The Ivan Juritz Prize was established in 2014 to celebrate the creative explosion of the modernist era and reward art that seeks to ‘make it new’. Postgraduate students…  read on

Ivan Juritz Prize 2019

Claire Michel

The Ivan Juritz Prize was established in 2014 to celebrate the creative explosion of the modernist era and reward art that seeks to ‘make it new’. Postgraduate students…  read on

Independently-Funded Residency

Judith van den Boom

Judith van den Boom is a designer and lecturer. She is currently working on a practice-based PhD and during this residency she will undertake material experiments connected to…  read on

Independently-Funded Residency

Kim Simpson

Kim Simpson is a producer, curator, facilitator and coach based in Glasgow. Her producing company Shift works across the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland…  read on

Magnetic North – Space/Time 2019

Magnetic North – Space/Time 2019

Magnetic North is an award-winning theatre company based in Edinburgh, Scotland, formed in 1999 by theatre and opera director Nicholas Bone. Magnetic North have brought their Space / Time…  read on

Playwrights’ Studio Scotland

Mariem Omari

Mariem is a writer and activist. She is Artistic Director and Co-Founder of Bijli, Company in Residence at the National Theatre of Scotland. After spending almost two years thinking about, and…  read on

European Residency Programme

Eva Medin

In February 2019 Cove Park was awarded funding from British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland to develop a new residency programme produced in collaboration with partners based in…  read on

Craft & Design Exchange – Nordic Artists’ Centre Dale, Norway

Lillian Samdal & Deirdre Nelson

As part of our European Residency Programme – designed to develop, celebrate and promote dialogue between cultural organisations and artists based in Europe – we are collaborating with Nordic Artists' Centre Dale, Norway,…  read on

European Residency Programme

Klaas Burger

In February 2019 Cove Park was awarded funding from British Council Scotland and Creative Scotland to develop a new residency programme produced in collaboration with partners based in…  read on

Publishing Scotland/Cove Park Translation Residency 1, 2019

Stephanie Fernandes

Cove Park is delighted to continue its Translation Programme, in partnership with Publishing Scotland, to bring two translators of Scottish books for a two-week residency each to Cove…  read on

Publishing Scotland/Cove Park Translation Residency 2, 2019

Ghislain Bareau

Cove Park is delighted to continue its Translation Programme, in partnership with Publishing Scotland, to bring two translators of Scottish books for a two-week residency each to Cove…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Kari Dickson

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Polly Barton

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Jozefina Komporaly

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Jozef van der Voort

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Zoë Perry

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Ayça Türkoğlu

Following on from our first Translation Week in October 2017, we continue our partnership with the National Centre for Writing to welcome 7 translators to take part in…  read on

National Centre for Writing/Cove Park Translation Week, November 2019

Katherine Mendelsohn

Image: Gustave Akakpo's SKINS AND HOODS, trans. Katherine Mendelsohn [staged in the Edinburgh Fringe Festival by Cie du Veilleur]. Actors: Moyo Akande and Ashley Smith Following on from our first…  read on

Playwrights’ Studio Scotland

Alan Gordon

Alan Gordon is an Edinburgh-based playwright, originally from Dumfries and Galloway, and has been writing for the stage since 2011. In 2013, Alan was mentored by Paddy Cunneen…  read on

FUNDED RESIDENCIES

Find out more about the Funded Residency Programme, forthcoming opportunities and how to apply.

INDEPENDENTLY-FUNDED RESIDENCIES

Find out more about the Independently-Funded Residency Programme and how to take part.

WHO'S HERE

Information on current and forthcoming residencies and an archive of former residents.