We are delighted to announce a new group residency taking place in May 2024. In collaboration with The Bridge Awards, and building upon the first Bridge Awards Residency for an individual artist in 2023, Cove Park is pleased to offer a further 5 fully funded residencies in 2024 for artists based in Scotland whose careers have been impacted by a breast cancer diagnosis and who have undergone successful treatment and are up to five years in remission.

The Bridge Award Residencies in 2024 are for one-week and will run in parallel from Monday 20 May to Sunday 27 May. They are open to people based in Scotland, at any stage of their creative career, and working in any art form or creative discipline. The aim is to provide the artist, writer, creative practitioner, or researcher with time and space to reconnect with their practice, and to do this within the peaceful, supportive, and inspiring context of Cove Park and its national and international residency programme.

Further information on this programme and details of how to apply is available here.

Applications should be submitted by Friday 1 March 2024.

Image: The Bridge at Cove Park (photography, Alan Dimmick)