Cove Park’s annual Open Call for applications for funded residencies during 2023/24 is now live.
For further information on this programme, how to apply, and the online Application Form please see the Application Guidelines.
The deadline for all applications is Monday 5 December 2022.
This programme is open to all national and international artists, creative practitioners, and researchers. Individuals and collaborators at every career stage, working in all art forms and creative practices, are welcome to apply.
Cove Park’s residencies support research, experimentation, the development of current projects, and the production of new work and ideas. The Funded Residencies are aimed at those who urgently require the time, care, financial support, and facilities we offer to focus upon and develop their own professional practice.
We welcome applications from those who wish to work within a community of artists, researchers, and creative practitioners, and to benefit from the experience of working alongside up to 12 individuals or collaborators based at Cove Park at any one time.
Since 2020 Cove Park has established important new partnerships with national and international environmental, academic, scientific, and cultural organisations and networks concerned with the climate crisis. Residencies are ideally placed to bring together individuals and groups, from a diverse range of backgrounds, for a sustained period of time to collaborate, exchange ideas, and focus upon new approaches to urgent issues of global concern. We continue to welcome applications from those wishing to take part in and actively contribute to this enquiry-based approach, and benefit from Cove Park’s wider networks.