RESIDENCIES

This Season

Food Ecologies Residency 2024

Josefin Vargö 

Food Ecologies was developed as a pilot residency exchange programme between Scotland and Sweden in 2022. The programme continues in 2024 and is a partnership…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Lizzie Rose

Lizzie Rose is a multi-disciplinary artist born in Oban and based in Ardfern in Argyll. Her work bears witness to what is slipping through our fingers, celebrating beauty…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Jennifer Whitworth

Jennifer Whitworth is a London-based independent designer specialising in visual communication. Originally from the New Forest, Jennifer has an interest in natural landscapes and processes, and where people’s…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Two Destination Language

Two Destination Language makes bold, ambitious, award-winning work about identity and community. Rooted in dialogue and collaboration, we believe in the transformative power of art to change how…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Amanda Wenger

Amanda Wenger (she/her) is a Houston-based writer and performer with a background in critical care nursing. She has designed and facilitated writing workshops for health professionals as an…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Penelope Brook

Penelope Brook is a New Zealand-born, UK-based artist who graduated with an MA in textiles from the Royal College of Art in 2023. Her practice, grounded in walking, has…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Ryan O'Connor

Ryan O’Connor received the Scottish Book Trust Next Chapter Award in 2018; later the same year he was Highly Commended in the Bridport Prize short story category. His…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Pamela Carter

Pamela Carter lives in London. She is a writer for performance, director, and dramaturg, and has worked in theatre, dance, opera, film, the visual arts, and museum design…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Jane Deasy

Jane Deasy is a composer and performer working across electroacoustic music, performance, and multimedia. Working with unique tuning systems and custom instrument designs, spatialization and staging of sound…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Alexia Wdowski

Alexia Wdowski has an MA in Creative Writing and writes about outsiders, risk-takers, wilderness, and the surreal qualities of daily life. She is interested in the links between…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Scarlett Sangster

Scarlett Sangster is an author and short story writer from Somerset, UK. She's written two fiction novels which have placed in a number of literary competitions, including the…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Joanne Stubbs

Joanne Stubbs lives and works in the Bristol area. She grew up in Staffordshire and studied biochemistry at Wadham College, Oxford. Her debut novel, The Fish, was published…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Emma Musty

Emma Musty is the author of two novels, The Exile and The Mapmaker, longlisted for the 2022 Authors’ Club Best First Novel Award, and The Bones of Barry…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Ariane Jackson Marini

Ariane Jackson Marini is a visual artist based in Glasgow and a graduate of the Glasgow School of Art. Her paintings currently explore composition and perspective in medieval…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Freya Pocklington

Freya Pocklington studied a BA at Edinburgh College of Art (2006) and an MA at UAL (2009). Solo exhibitions include: Ostara, Broadway Gallery (2022) and Behind the Blue…  read on

RCS Innovation Studio Staff Residency

Emily Doolittle, Marie Fielding, Leonie Rae Gasson, Laura González, Jo Kalinowska, Lora Krasteva, Jesse Paul, J. Simon van der Walt, Rūta Vitkauskaitė, and Bethany Whiteside. 

RCS Innovation Studio is a two-year pilot project which facilitates new opportunities for knowledge exchange at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Through a series of workshops, panels, online discussions,…  read on

Tricky Hat Productions’ The Flames Residency 2024

Tricky Hat Productions is a company that makes multi-art form theatre with and about people who live on the margins of our society. They work with people to…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Maureen Wolloshin

Maureen Wolloshin is an oboist, improviser and practice-led researcher. Her work explores the embodied connection between instrument and sounding. Henry Dagg has designed and made for her a…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Hanna Thomas Uose

Hanna is a British-Japanese writer based in London. She has just completed the MA in Prose Fiction at UEA and her debut novel Who Wants to Live Forever…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Kirsty Crawford

Kirsty Crawford lives in Glasgow. She writes fiction and non-fiction. Her writing has appeared in Porridge Magazine, the Glasgow Guardian and Aurelia Magazine among others. She has…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Lucy Duncombe

Lucy Duncombe is a musician and artist from Leicester and now based in Glasgow. Recent projects include THE RAPTURE OF CELLULAR ACCRETION (2021) a music and text work…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Nkule Mabaso

Nkule Mabaso is an artist and curator who graduated with a Fine Arts degree from the University of Cape Town in 2011 and received a Masters in Curating…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Izzy Thompson

Izzy Thomson is a visual artist based in Inverness, working from her studio at Wasps, Inverness Creative Academy. She graduated from Gray’s School of Art in Aberdeen in…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Andy Monoghan

Andy Monaghan is an artist, producer and record label owner based in Glasgow. As member of Frightened Rabbit he was instrumental in developing the…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Alison Woodhouse

Alison Woodhouse is a writer, tutor and mentor based in the Southwest, currently in her first year of a funded PhD in Creative Writing, exploring polyphony. Her novella,…  read on

The New Mothers’ Writing Circle Micro-Residency 2024

Catrin Kemp and Chitra Ramaswamy

The New Mothers’ Writing Circle is a radical and unique project which centres the experience of the mother and her transformation in motherhood.  Set up at the start…  read on

Landscapes & Horizons Residency

Paria Goodarzi

Paria Goodarzi is an Iranian-born artist and social art practitioner, a member of UNESCO RILA Affiliated Artist network, and The Young Academy of Scotland. Paria studied BA(Hons)…  read on

Landscapes & Horizons Residency

Iman Tajik

Iman Tajik is an Iranian artist based in Glasgow. His work is anchored in a strong social interest and demonstrates an effort to make work that is…  read on

Landscapes & Horizons Residency

Ako Zada

Ako Zada (he/him) is a Glasgow based multi-disciplinary artist originally from Iraqi Kurdistan who arrived in Scotland as a refugee in 2011. He has studied paper making,…  read on

Landscapes & Horizons Residency

Oleksandra Novatska

Oleksandra Novatska is an artist and curator from Lviv, Ukraine, now living in Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland. She works mainly with watercolor and pencil, adding other materials…  read on

Landscapes & Horizons Residency

Haleh Jamali

Haleh Jamali is an Iranian artist, who views video art as a storytelling tool that…  read on

Landscapes & Horizons Residency

Daria Oskolkova

Daria Oskolkova is a Ukrainian artist, a writer and now a painter. Her connection with art became tangible in the summer of 2016 when she visited…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Sâmir Bhamra

Sâmir Bhamra, founder and artistic director of Phizzical Productions and creative director of the UK Asian Film Festival, seamlessly blends performing arts and cinema in his groundbreaking…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Lili-Anne Brown

Lili-Anne Brown, a Chicago South Side native, works as a director, actor and educator, and has performed in, directed and produced many award-winning shows in Chicago and nationally.…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Debbie Hannan

Debbie Hannan writes and directs new work for stage and screen. They are currently Associate Director at the National Theatre of Scotland. From January to July 2022, they…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

David Paul Jones

DPJ is an Edinburgh-based composer, pianist and vocalist. He has been creating work as a solo and collaborative artist across multi-artforms throughout Scotland, UK and internationally for…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Robby Khela

Robby Khela began his career in the music industry after signing with Telstar Records. He supported pop acts Craig David, Blue, Lemar, Girls Aloud and Misteeq on tour…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Nikki Lynette

Nikki Lynette is a social impact artist & suicide survivor who fuses mental health activism into her musical theater performances, film projects and visual art, creating a lane…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Jonathan O'Neill

Jonathan O’Neill and Isaac Savage are an award-winning, Glasgow-based musical theatre writing duo, whose work has been performed internationally as part of festivals and concerts.    read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Andy McGregor

Andy McGregor is a director, composer and playwright based in Glasgow. He trained at Glasgow University and the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He is artistic director of Sleeping…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Linda McLean

Linda McLean is an award-winning playwright based in Glasgow. Her plays are produced in the UK and internationally, most notably in the USA and France. In 2023, she…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Isaac Savage

Jonathan O’Neill and Isaac Savage are an award-winning, Glasgow-based musical theatre writing duo, whose work has been performed internationally as part of festivals and concerts. Writing credits…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Devesh Sodha

Devesh Sodha, aka DEVSO, is an award winning British composer for media. His versatile compositional skills span a wide range of genres, including action, horror, thriller, drama,…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Sushma Soma

Sushma Soma is an award-winning Karnatik vocalist. Recognised as one of the passionate ‘youths driving positive change through their actions’, Sushma was awarded the Young Artist Award,…  read on

Musical Theatre Writing Residency

Neel Chaudhuri

Neel Chaudhuri is a playwright and theatre director based in New Delhi. He is a founder-member of the Tadpole Repertory, where he was formerly Artistic Director…  read on

Bowmaker Residency

Morwenna Kearsley

The Bowmaker Residency is a new residency designed to support a visual artist based in Scotland and in the earlier stages of their careers. The recipient of the 2024…  read on

Loch Long Crime Writing Residency

Caro Carver

The recipient of Cove Park's first Loch Long Crime Writing Residency is Caro Carver.  This new fully funded residency is aimed at Scotland-based writers developing new work in…  read on

Creative Residencies for Carers

Heather Marshall

Heather Marshall (she/her) is a queer, disabled artist, writer and facilitator. She often works under the company name Creative Electric where she creates theatre, live art and tape…  read on

Creative Residencies for Carers

Ann Greer

Ann Greer is a Glasgow-born writer, based in Argyll. She has a Master of Arts Degree from University…  read on

Creative Residencies for Carers

Lucy Beth

Lucy Beth is an emerging performer and theatre-maker, hailing from Inverurie Aberdeenshire. In December 2023, Lucy graduated with distinction from the University of Glasgow’s MLitt Theatre and Performance…  read on

Creative Residencies for Carers

Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor

Joanna Kinnersly-Taylor is a printed textile artist and designer based in Glasgow. She specialises in one-off works on linen, for exhibition, interiors and site-specific commissions…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Shawn Snow

Shawn Snow is a visual artist, musician, and writer from Menands, New York. His recent work manifested as an occult exploration of his conscious and shadow selves, in…  read on

Creative Residencies for Carers

Fiona Percy

Fiona Percy is a visual, mixed media textile storyteller from Forres, Moray. She identifies as a queer, menopausal, disabled, neurodivergent, care giver, her work reflecting the intersectional nature…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Sarah Trounce

Sarah Trounce grew up in East Anglia and studied English at Birmingham University, before moving to London. She worked as a manager in the design industry for ten…  read on

Independently Funded Residency 2024

Lesley Mcintyre

Lesley McIntyre is an Associate Professor of Architecture at Northumbria University, Newcastle. She is fascinated by the mystery of ‘what has gone before’ and driven to uncover and…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Emily Utter

Emily Utter is a Canadian writer who lives in Aberdeen. Her short stories and creative non-fiction have been widely published in magazines and journals, including Gutter, Northwest Review,…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Danielle Chavrimootoo

Danielle Chavrimootoo is Director of Dorcas Inclusive Education Consultancy supporting organisations in advancing equality, diversity and inclusion. With over twenty years' experience in a variety of roles both…  read on

Winter Subsidised Residencies 2024

Kari Shemwell

Kari Shemwell is an American writer based in Kentucky. She has a Master of Fine Arts degree from the University of Nevada Reno. Her most recent publications include…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

No Plexus

No Plexus is a genre-queer electronic duo comprising Bec Plexus and No Compliments (Allison Wright). Guided only by their creative intuitions, No Plexus are the ultimate misfits; appreciating…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Kseniia Shcherbakova

Kseniia is a textile and costume designer, sound artist, performance artist, musician and hair designer. Born in Kyiv, between 2017 and 2019, Kseniia studied at the Igor Sikorskyi…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Zwel Mun Wint (Heft)

Heft is an independent solo artist from Yangon, Myanmar. He composes, designs sounds, produces and manages his unique brand of electronic music all from a bedroom studio. Most…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Salt Collective: Jaakko Heikinheimo & Myriam Gras

SALT collective is a three headed collective and is currently establishing a land-sea relationship. Through various modes of exchange between the two spaces we realise a continuous…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Titus Davies

Titus Davies makes art using sited installations, photography and collage. Her site specific works explore and animate the politics / histories of the chosen place. She is interested…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Andrey Chugunov

Andrey Chugunov is a conceptual artist working at the turn of digital and analogue electronic media. He combines sound art, light installation, generative graphics, technological sculpture, media performances,…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Alba Garcia Corral

Alba G. Corral is a visual artist and creative coder based in Barcelona. With a background in computer engineering, she has been creating generative art using software and…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Harry Górski-Brown

Glasgow-based multiinstrumentalist Harry Górski-Brown studied violin performance at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. He often includes elements of electroacoustic and traditional music in his work. Recent ventures include; I.Been a…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Georgina Penstkart (Sharon Graham)

Georgina Penstkart is a visual artist based in Glasgow who uses analogue video techniques to combine light and colour withsound in organic and evolving live performance. Georgina has…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Sonia Killman

Sonia Killmann is an international composer and multi-media artist from Belgium. As a saxophone player, electronic musician, and audiovisual artist, she has performed across the UK and Europe. Her works…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Laura Mannelli

An architect by training, Laura Mannelli is a Luxembourg XR artist and director who divides her life between Paris, Luxembourg and her networks. She likes to explore the…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

SHHE (Sue Shaw)

SHHE is the alias of Scottish-Portuguese artist, musician and producer Su Shaw.  Influenced by environment and ecology, her artistic practice explores themes of identity and connection at the…  read on

Cryptic Residency 2024

Alex Smoke

Alex Smoke is a musician and composer; operating in various fields of sound including electronic production, sound installation and instrumental composition. His main interest is in combining traditional forms of…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Iain Findlay Walsh

IFW (he/him) is a sound artist, researcher and teacher who makes audio recordings to engage with the conceptual pairing 'personal' and 'listening'. He releases work under the name…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Maraid Mcewan

Maraid Mcewan is a London based artist, creative researcher and designer exploring social impact and care through collaboration. She expresses the importance of making with people, specifically under-represented…  read on

Independently Funded Residency 2024

James Ross

James Ross is a pianist and composer who pushes the boundaries of Scottish traditional music. James released his debut album on the Greentrax label, a mix of his…  read on

From Arthur’s Seat Residency

Salsabeela Alrehaily, Barbara Athanasoulas, Katie Brown, Maddie Heidari, André Hughes, Jesús Nares Jaramillo, Florentina Jungwirth, Leah Levy, Kai Ray, Audrey Renner, Holly Sargent, Xabier Usabiaga, Jennifer Sara Widelitz

From Arthur’s Seat (FAS) is heading outside of Edinburgh for the first time in its seven years of existence. At Cove Park, thirteen students from the anthology will…  read on

Looking for a Likeness Within an Unlikeness Residency 2024

Sheena Beaton, Zoe Darbyshire, James Doak, Fiona Gibson, Anne Goldrick, Alison Harley, Aileen Henry , Natasha Marshall, Hilary Nicoll, Lily Paine, Caroline Scott, Fraser Taylor, Simon Townsend, and Lisa Woolley

Looking for a Likeness Within an Unlikeness, a week-long residency lead by Fraser Taylor and Lisa Woolley is returning to Cove Park for the second time, 22 –…  read on

Magnetic Residency 2023/2024

Laure Vigna

Cove Park’s third residency as part of the Magnetic programme has been awarded to the Marseille-based artist Laure Vigna. Laure Vigna (b. 1984) is a French artist and practice-based…  read on

Rhubaba Residency 2024

Neha Aspara

Neha Apsara is a moving-image, performance and text artist, based between Glasgow and Edinburgh. Her work explores ritual, confessions, care, love and the importance of spirituality outwith the…  read on

Rhubaba Residency 2024

Khadea Santi

Khadea Santi, coming from a long lineage of West African voodoo practices, is an artist and curator, exploring histories and storytelling. Using critical autoethnography as a methodology working…  read on

Rhubaba Residency 2024

Jj Fadaka

Jj Fadaka is a writer, facilitator and radical based in Edinburgh. Her writing explores the possibility abolition, feminism, and love give us to create change. Jj uses poetry…  read on

Material Futures Residency

Monya Riachi

Material Futures is a new programne for visual artists working with or developing sustainable materials and approaches as a key aspect of their work. Following an open call…  read on

Taiwanese Writer Residency 2024

Shao-Fei Hsu

The 2024 Taiwanese Writer Residency has been awarded to Shao-Fei Hsu. Shao-Fei published Diary of a Little Devil Nanny in 2018 and has translated several French works into Taiwanese. She writes…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Felix Melia

Combining moving image, writing, installation and performance Felix Melia’s work addresses notions of public and private space, intimacy and agency. It is an exploration of the…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Bill Coon

Bill Coon was the recipient of the 2009 National Jazz Awards, Guitarist of the Year. He leads several of his own groups including the BC Double Quartet whose…  read on

Funded Residencies 2023/2024

Coby Sey

Coby Sey is an artist, multi-instrumentalist and songwriter from Lewisham, London. Coby has developed a truly singular voice as both a producer and performer, weaving together threads from…  read on

Funded Residencies 2023/2024

Andrew Rubens

Following an open call for applications in Autumn 2022, Andrew Rubens was awarded a 4-week funded residency. Cove Park’s programme of funded residencies support research, the development of…  read on

Funded Residencies 2023/2024

Hannah Sabapathy

Following an open call for applications in Autumn 2022, Hannah Sabapathy was awarded a 4-week funded residency. Cove Park’s programme of funded residencies support research,…  read on

Ecologies in the Making: Sculpting Futures Residency 2024

Jere Vainio

Finnish artist Jere Vainio has been awarded the 2024 Ecologies in the Making: Sculpting Futures Residency. This four-month residency is the third in a four year programme developed by…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Maria Fraaije

Maria Fraaije (1992) is an illustrator/visual artist living in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. In 2024, she is exploring how drawing can offer comfort in times of changing internal and…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Brittany Ferguson

Brittany Ferguson is a watercolour artist living in Dunoon with her young family. Her paintings are inspired by the night sky and scenery of Argyll. She’ll be using…  read on

Cairn Gallery Residency

Jimbo Blachly

Jimbo Blachly lives in New York City. His installations, performances, drawings and paintings have been exhibited at the Drawing Center, Franklin Furnace, The New Museum, P.S.1 MOMA, The…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Jessica Burke

Jessica 'JB' Burke is an LGBT+ artist and educator with a multi-disciplinary practice. She is originally from the midwest and has lived across the United States and abroad,…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Jane Milosch

Jane Milosch is an internationally recognized curator and expert in 20th-century and contemporary art, craft, and design. After graduate art history studies in Munich on a Fulbright Fellowship and…  read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Laura Lightbody & Kerry McGhee

Laura Lightbody is a ceramic artist based in Glasgow producing bold and contemporary functional ceramic pieces. The items that Laura slip cast are simple, geometric forms with…  read on

The Bridge Awards Residencies 2024

Ros Borland

Ros Borland worked in film production for many years, moving up the ranks from runner to producer. Her first feature film as producer (with Catherine Aitken), Afterlife, starring…  read on

The Bridge Awards Residencies 2024

Krissy Stewart

Krissy Stewart was born and raised in California and attended California State University Long Beach, where she developed an interest in art and design. Krissy earned a Design…  read on

The Bridge Awards Residencies 2024

Abbey Craig

Abbey Craig is a creative practitioner, teacher, and facilitator, passionate about people, community, and lifelong learning. Abbey's professional practice and choice of work has recently been influenced by…  read on

The Bridge Awards Residencies 2024

Moria McPartlin

Moira McPartlin has been writing for over twenty-five years. Her debut novel The Incomers, published by Fledgling Press in 2012, was shortlisted for the Saltire Society First Book…  read on

Playwrights’ Studio Scotland 2024

Rachel Main

We are delighted to host   read on

Independently Funded Residencies 2024

Annie Goulden

Annie Goulden is a mixed media artist and educator. She paints semi-abstract landscapes and seascapes. Her work reflects a meditative practice of presence and noticing. Her paintings are…  read on

Open Residencies – Spring Micro 2024

Lorna Macintyre

Lorna Macintyre studied for both a BA (1999) and MFA (2007) at The Glasgow School of Art where she now also works as a visiting lecturer in Fine…  read on

Open Residencies – Spring Micro 2024

Louise Hopkins

Louise Hopkins lives and works in Glasgow. Recent one person exhibitions include: Double Flower, Cove Park, Argyll, UK (2023). Flying Fox, CAMPLE LINE, rural Dumfriesshire, UK (2018). Dance…  read on

Open Residencies – Spring Micro

Malcolm Sutherland

Born in Scotland, Malcolm trained at Central School of Ballet before joining Ballet Basel as an apprentice. From there, Malcolm spent seven successful years with the Ballett Staatstheater…  read on

Playwrights’ Studio Scotland 2024

Meghan Tyler

“Irrepressible, Glasgow-based, Irish theatre minx” Meghan Tyler is an award-winning playwright and actor from Newry. Their play CROCODILE FEVER stormed the Edinburgh Fringe Festival at the Traverse Theatre…  read on

Spring Micro Residencies 2024

Victoria Evans

Victoria Evans is a Scotland-based contemporary artist, researcher and teacher, working across a variety of media including moving image, sound, sculpture and creative writing. She graduated with a…  read on

Open Residencies – Spring Micro 2024

Tuija Hansen

Tuija Hansen is a textile artist and educator with Nordic-Canadian roots residing in Robinson-Superior Treaty territory, on the north shore of Lake Superior. Hansen pursued Fibre and Textile…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Gwen van den Bout

Gwen is a London and Rotterdam based conceptual artist, graduate of a masters in Narrative Environments at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London. In her work she…  read on

Funded Residencies 2023/24

Ayisha Malik

Following an open call for applications in Autumn 2022, Ayisha Malik was awarded a 3-week funded residency. Cove Park’s programme of funded residencies support research, the development of…  read on

Awarded Residencies 2023/24

Andy Holden

Andy Holden (b. 1982 Bedford, U.K) is an artist whose work comprises large installations, sculpture, painting, pop music, performance, animation, curating and multi-screen-videos. His work is often defined…  read on

Paulo Cunha e Silva Art Prize Residency 2024

Luis M S Santos

We are delighted to be one of three international residecies hosting awardees of the Paulo Cunha e Silva Art Prize. This international prize was created by the City…  read on

Funded Residencies 2023/2024

Jian Yi

Jian Yi is a multidisciplinary artist working in performance art, contemporary dance and new genres. Their practice is rooted in an ongoing enquiry into the ambiguities of emotional…  read on

Research Residency 2024

Heather Parry

Heather Parry is a Glasgow-based author and editor. She is the editorial director of Extra Teeth magazine and co-created the Illustrated Freelancer’s Guide with artist Maria Stoian.…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Tara Hipwood

Tara Hipwood is a Chartered Architect and an Assistant Professor in Sustainable and Environmental Design in the Department of Architecture at Northumbria University. Tara's research interests focus around…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Alessia Zinnari & Alex Witthey

Dr Alessia Zinnari is a Lecturer in Italian at the University of Glasgow. Her research is grounded in comparative and feminist methodologies, and explores the relationship between trauma,…  read on

Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities 2024

Loretta Mulholland

My Pet, Probably no-one in England has received a letter from Semphang Ujong but you.                                                                                                 Isabella Bird, Malaya, 1879 These are the first words from the first letter that Loretta…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Susan Sanders-Rosenberg

Susan Sanders-Rosenberg is a visual artist and art facilitator based in Dallas, Texas. A graduate of Columbia University, with a post-baccalaureate certificate in painting from The Art Institute…  read on

Associates Summer Residencies 2024

Anna Bambridge

Anna Bambridge is a writer based in Glasgow. Her work is about seeing and being seen. She has studied physics and vision and draws from these learnings to…  read on

Talbot Rice Residents

Crystal Bennes

Crystal Bennes’s practice is grounded in long-term projects which foreground archival research, durational fieldwork and material experimentation. Recent bodies of work include an ongoing photographic exploration of an artificial…  read on

The Argyll Heritage Craft Residency 2024

Sam Kilday

The Argyll Heritage Craft Residency is a new fully funded residency for an Argyll-based maker. Contemporary craft and design have been key aspects of Cove Park’s annual residency…  read on

NAARCA Residency

Nikhil Vettukattil

As part of the Nordic Alliance of Artists' Residencies on Climate Action (NAARCA) residency exchange programme, NAARCA commissioned artist Nikhil …  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Tuna Erdem

Tuna Erdem is a queer artist and writer from Turkey, based in London. She is a founding member of Istanbul Queer Art Collective, where she has been performing…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Adam Vaughn

Adam Vaughn (AV)…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Elisabeth den Boer

Elisabeth den Boer is a visual artist. She was born and raised in the Netherlands and after a long period spent in the Austrian alps, now lives in…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Virginia Grose

Virginia Grose is the Head of Fashion at the University of Westminster – School of Arts with a background in fashion and product development in the…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Janine Mitchell

Janine Mitchell is a final year Doctoral Researcher. She has a Master of Research in Humanities from the University of Stirling. Her practice-led doctoral research project is focused…  read on

Maker/Designer Residency 2024

Jane Keith

The Maker/Designer Residency supports a Scotland-based maker or designer aged 50+ and is made possible with generous support from the Turtleton Charitable Trust. Following a call for applications,…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

James Ross

James Ross is a pianist and composer who pushes the boundaries of Scottish traditional music. James released his debut album on the Greentrax label, a mix of his…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Anna Rhodes

Anna Rhodes is a lecturer in landscape architecture at Edinburgh College of Art, a landscape architect and artist. Through her practice-based research and teaching, Anna promotes the importance…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Billie Willett

Billie Willett is a queer, autistic playwright, dramaturg, and occasional performer fascinated with horror. Currently based in Stockholm, they started their writing journey in Edinburgh. In 2017, she…  read on

Scottish Graduate School of Arts & Humanities 2024

Niamh Gordon

Niamh Gordon (she/her) is a writer and interdisciplinary researcher. She has an MA in Prose Fiction from the University of East Anglia, and is currently studying for a…  read on

Funded Residencies 2023/2024

Matthew Arthur Williams

Following an open call for applications in Autumn 2022, Matthew Arthur Williams was awarded a 6-week funded residency. Cove Park’s programme of funded residencies support research, the development…  read on

Open Residencies 2024

Sandrine Colard

Sandrine Colard is Assistant Professor of Art History at Rutgers-Newark University in the United States, and curator-at-large at the Kanal-Pompidou Museum in Brussels. She holds a doctorate…  read on

Busan Cultural Foundation Residency 2024

Cho Eun Phil

Now in its second year, Cove Park is delighted to partner once again with the   read on

Funded Residencies 2023/24

Csilla Toldy

Following an open call for applications in Autumn 2022, Csilla Toldy was awarded a 3-week funded residency. Cove Park’s programme of funded residencies support research,…  read on

Talbot Rice Residents

Thulani Rachia

Thulani Rachia is a South African artist working in performance, moving image, music composition and sculpture. Rachia's work investigates the built environment as an…  read on

RSA Residencies for Scotland 2024

Cat Auburn

Cat Auburn is an artist from Aotearoa New Zealand based in Argyll. Her art practice (sculpture, textile, film, event, and writing) focuses on how cultural heritage is constructed,…  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.

RESIDENCIES FAQ

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THE ARTISTS

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

ALUMNI

An information and resource page for former Cove Park residents.

COVID-19 RESIDENT GUIDANCE

Information and guidance for all Cove Park residents. This page will be updated regularly.