Tyrone Guthrie Centre | Craft and Design Residency Bursary 2020

Posted 28.08.20

Design & Crafts Council Ireland invite applications for a new Craft and Design Residency Bursary 2020 at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre.

The Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) in partnership with the Tyrone Guthrie Centre is pleased to announce an exciting new residency program. This great opportunity is open to practitioners of any design and craft form who are currently based in Ireland. The residency involves spending one week at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre artists' workplace, Annaghmakerrig, Co. Monaghan.

The aim of the residency is to assist and encourage both established and emerging practitioners and give them the opportunity to research and work alongside others in a unique and creative environment.

Dates of the residency:

Monday 12th October – Monday 19th October
(Open to all forms of design and craft disciplines)

Closing date for receipt of completed applications: Monday 14th September 2020.

Apply online here

Please note this is a research residency that provides self-catering accommodation and a studio space. Tools/equipment required as part of the research residency are the resident’s responsibility.

For further details regarding any of the above please contact: maryw@dcci.ie.

Terms and Conditions

Design & Crafts Council Ireland (DCCI) Bursary 2020 – Residencies at Tyrone Guthrie Centre

  1. The Bursary will be awarded to a craftsperson/designer from any discipline.
  2. Applicants must be originally from, or currently residing in, Ireland.
  3. The person who is awarded the residency will spend one week at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Annaghmakerrig, Co. Monaghan.
  4. Craftspeople/designers will be selected on the basis of their application and the project/research they intend to progress during their residency.
  5. The Bursary provided by DCCI must be acknowledged in all publicity material associated with the project. DCCI logos are available by contacting communications@dcci.ie  DCCI reserves the right to publicize the awarding of the bursary. Failure to acknowledge DCCI appropriately may deem the bursary invalid and funding relating to the Bursary may be required to be refunded to DCCI.
  6. Successful candidates are required to provide a short written report/update to DCCI on or before 16th November 2020. Failure to do so may deem the bursary invalid and funding relating to the Bursary may be required to be refunded to DCCI.
  7. The bursary will cover self-catering lodging costs; it does not include travel expenses and candidates must make their own travel arrangements.
  8. No cash alternative will be offered, and the bursary cannot be passed on to a third party.
  9. Residency dates indicated are non-negotiable. Failure to participate on set dates after confirming your place may result in liability for costs of residency.
  10. All applicants will be advised of DCCI’s decisions via email.

All applications must be accompanied by:

  • A current biography and/or C.V., outlining details of career to date.
  • A statement of interest - outlining the intentions or specific body of work for which the bursary would be used for and including a timeline.
  • Supporting image material (jpeg format), if relevant to the application.

Information: www.tyroneguthrie.ie and www.dcci.ie.

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