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ESPERANZA submissions

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ESPERANZA is a digital space for visual artists who make work in response to place, identity, family history, and memory.

the project is dedicated to my great-grandmother, Esperanza Balmaceda de Josefé, the Mexican communist feminist and social worker who fought for women’s rights, Pan-American feminism and equality for indigenous women.

this is an inclusive curatorial project that centers BIPOC, immigrants, women, and artists on the LGBTQIA+ spectrum.

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$5
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Midterm Break Family Residency

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Midterm Break Family Residency

A new opportunity for artists and writers with children during the Irish midterm break February 15-22nd 2020.

We know many artist’s are parents, too. The logistics and cost of child care can make residencies a challenge – and many residencies don’t even allow children. We wanted to create an affordable week away where kids can be themselves and parents can get some much needed studio time.

Two subsidised residencies will be awarded, one to a writer and one to a visual artist.

 

Each recipient will receive:

  • Accommodation for their family and themselves over 2 bedrooms at a reduced rate.
  • Private workspace – artist studio or writer’s den.
  • Children-in-residence can attend three art/craft workshops during the week (ideal for primary school age students.
  • A work-in-progress sharing Friday February 21st.
Deadline: 
11/03/2019
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Creative Process Residency

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Applications for 2020 is now open for all disciplines! 

 

Residencies November 2019 – May 15th 2020: Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis and applicants will be notified within 2-weeks. 

Summer Session 2020 May 16th – August 30th: Applications are due December 8th, 2019.  Notifications will go out in January 2020. 

 

Studios:

Writer’s Den / desk-based workspace: A cosy space with a desk overlooking the river. It is also suitable for curators, researchers, filmmakers, musicians or anyone working mess-free. 

Visual Art Studio: A large, light filled space with a sink . It can be occupied exclusively by one person, or comfortably shared by two artists.

Movement Studio: Perfect for performing artists, but can be used by visual artists if the floor is protected.

Music / use of library space (The library is typically common space, but can be reserved for musicians requiring access to a piano)

 

Participants must provide their own tools, equipment, and materials unless otherwise agreed with Greywood Arts. We are happy to help you locate and/or borrow what you need to the best of our ability. 

Deadline: 
12/08/2019
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