Arts + Health Bursaries 2022 | Emerging Artist Bursary
Tuesday 10 May 2022
Open call for applications from artists and practitioners based in Ireland working with locally sourced natural materials to participate in forthcoming exhibition Timpeallacht.
Timpeallacht is a collaborative exhibition presented by Kilcoe Studios and Skibbereen Arts Festival. The exhibition will run across two venues, first as part of the Skibbereen Arts festival toward the end of July (venue and dates to be confirmed) and then in Kilcoe Studios, Ballydehob for the month of August ’22.
Drawing on the use of locally available materials in many of our heritage crafts (such as rushes, straw, wool, natural dyes etc) the exhibition seeks to showcase the creative use of natural materials in the work of contemporary makers. We are looking for artists who’s primary media is sourced from their local environment whether collected or cultivated.
Kilcoe Studios is an Arts and Crafts business based in Ballydehob, West Cork that celebrates our native plant life and cultural heritage. This collaboration with Skibbereen Arts festival aims to further our support of heritage crafts and working with nature. Skibbereen Arts Festival is committed to presenting the best local, national and international artists across all genres.
For further details and application guidelines please view our website kilcoestudios.com/timpeallacht-exhibition
Deadline 15th April, submissions via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to include the following:
Notification of selection by April 29th.
Work will need to be delivered by July 1st.
This exhibition has been supported in part by the Design & Crafts Council Ireland External Exhibition Fund.
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