Cove Park Residencies

Cove Park's Funded Residencies are open to national and international individuals and collaborators who urgently require the time, care, financial support, and facilities we offer to focus upon and develop their own professional creative practice. A final presentation or participation in a public event is not a requirement, but we aim to support those who wish to work within and contribute to a community of residents, and to benefit from the experience of working alongside individuals and collaborators engaged in a wide range of specialisms.

To facilitate exchange, discussion, and collaboration, Cove Park organises opportunities for residents to meet throughout the course of their residencies, and to participate in informal peer-to-peer events, dinners, talks, studio visits, and screenings. For those working in Scotland for the first time, we provide opportunities to meet and engage with other cultural organisations and artists across Scotland.

Facilities and Resources

Cove Park provides:

Private accommodation suitable for individuals, those working in collaboration or attending with children. Cove Park’s residencies are self-catering, and each unit has its own kitchen.
One accessible accommodation unit, with adjoining studio. Please let us know at the point of application, or during interview, if this would be preferable for you.

Private studios
Work and meeting spaces within the Jacobs Building, a communal space which also houses the library, an open-plan kitchen and dining area.
Cove Park has a limited supply of basic tools and equipment and a 60-litre kiln (residents should bring their own specialised equipment or materials).

Residency Dates and Duration

The funded residencies will take place at Cove Park between 1 April 2023 and 31 March 2024. Cove Park will work with the selected artists to ensure that the dates, duration and structure of their residencies are as beneficial as possible.

The average residency length is four weeks. We welcome applications from those interested in shorter residencies (2 - 4 weeks) or longer periods of time (4 – 12 weeks).

Given the impact of travel upon the environment, Cove Park encourages slow travel whenever possible and, for international residents, can include slow travel time as part of the overall funded residency period. Slow travel includes choosing more sustainable options such as taking public transport via trains, bus, or ferry instead of flying or driving.

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Dotierung gesamt 2.200 €
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  • 2.200 €
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Cove Park's Funded Residencies are open to national and international individuals and collaborators who urgently require the time, care, financial support, and facilities we offer to focus upon and develop their own professional creative practice. A final presentation or participation in a public event is not a requirement, but we aim to support those who wish to work within and contribute to a community of residents, and to benefit from the experience of working alongside individuals and collaborators engaged in a wide range of specialisms.

To facilitate exchange, discussion, and collaboration, Cove Park organises opportunities for residents to meet throughout the course of their residencies, and to participate in informal peer-to-peer events, dinners, talks, studio visits, and screenings. For those working in Scotland for the first time, we provide opportunities to meet and engage with other cultural organisations and artists across Scotland.

Facilities and Resources

Cove Park provides:

Private accommodation suitable for individuals, those working in collaboration or attending with children. Cove Park’s residencies are self-catering, and each unit has its own kitchen.
One accessible accommodation unit, with adjoining studio. Please let us know at the point of application, or during interview, if this would be preferable for you.

Private studios
Work and meeting spaces within the Jacobs Building, a communal space which also houses the library, an open-plan kitchen and dining area.
Cove Park has a limited supply of basic tools and equipment and a 60-litre kiln (residents should bring their own specialised equipment or materials).

Residency Dates and Duration

The funded residencies will take place at Cove Park between 1 April 2023 and 31 March 2024. Cove Park will work with the selected artists to ensure that the dates, duration and structure of their residencies are as beneficial as possible.

The average residency length is four weeks. We welcome applications from those interested in shorter residencies (2 - 4 weeks) or longer periods of time (4 – 12 weeks).

Given the impact of travel upon the environment, Cove Park encourages slow travel whenever possible and, for international residents, can include slow travel time as part of the overall funded residency period. Slow travel includes choosing more sustainable options such as taking public transport via trains, bus, or ferry instead of flying or driving.



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    Cove Park, Peaton Hill, Cove, Argyll and Bute
    Scotland