Outside In and The Art House are seeking proposals from individual artists who would like to develop and progress their practice through a residency at The Art House’s purpose-built studios in Wakefield. This opportunity is open to Outside In artists working in any medium. This opportunity is only open to those with an Outside In online gallery or who fit the criteria for the charity.
Please note, if the residency needs to be postponed due to the impact of the Coronavirus, then a new date will be found with the selected artist.
The Art House Wakefield is a large studio complex and exhibition space that offers professional residencies for artists across all stages of their career.
Deadline for Applications: Sunday 7th June 2020, 23:59 BST.
We will be selecting one artist for the residency. If selected, you will receive:
– An artist’s fee of £1500
– A materials budget of up to £750
– Travel expenses of up to £250
– Accessible self-catering accommodation in the flat within the Art House building
– Studio space in The Art House
– Access to The Art House print studio
– An opportunity to show either a new body of work created during the residency or work in progress in one of The Art House’s exhibition spaces
– Up to nine days of 1-2-1 mentoring and support during the residency period – Flexible support from the Art House programme team in producing, developing, and discussing your work and critical practice. We will talk with selected artists prior to the start of the residency and work to develop a programme of support which suits your needs.
We are happy to discuss how the residency offer can be changed to suit your needs. If you would like to discuss this please get in contact with Laurie Cummin, Art House Programme Producer, by email at: email@example.com, or via Skype on the same email address.
Deadline for applications: Sunday 7th June, 23:59 BST
Informing successful applicant: week commencing 22nd June 2020
Residency dates: 3rd-30th August 2020
Exhibition dates: 12th September-17th October 2020
Please note, if the residency needs to be postponed due to the impact of the Coronavirus, then a new date will be found with the selected artist
How to apply:
Applications can be made through Curatorspace via this link: https://www.curatorspace.com/opportunities/detail/open-call–residency–exhibition-opportunities-for-outside-in-artists-at-the-art-house-wakefield/4347
Applying for this opportunity is free.
To apply, you need to set up a free account on CuratorSpace and fill out the online form.
If you would like assistance with your application or you have questions about the criteria, please contact Cornelia Marland at Outside In. We are happy to receive applications in alternative formats. If you would like to submit in another format please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07903 028397.
Previous residents over the last 24 months have included:
Mathew Parkin (in residence March 2020)
Maybelle Peters (in residence August 2020)
Michael Beard (in residence July 2020)
Tanya Raabe-Webber (in residence June 2020)
About The Art House
The Art House provides time, space, and support for artists, makers and creative businesses to develop their practice. Artists and audiences of all kinds are invited to engage with the creative process through a year-round programme of residencies, exhibitions, events, workshops, and professional development opportunities.
Established in 1994 by a diverse group of artists, The Art House works across its programmes and projects towards equality of access and higher diversity in contemporary visual arts practice.
The Art House has 50 accessible artists’ studios hosting a wide variety of artists, makers, and creative businesses. The building also contains exhibition spaces, on-site accessible accommodation for creatives, a shop, a café, and meeting rooms.
The Art House is an NPO (National Portfolio Organisation) with Arts Council England.
Programme Accessibility at The Art House:
Across all The Art House programmes we support the production of high-quality artwork by artists with a wide range of experiences and abilities.
The entire building, including studios and artist accommodation, has level access and a range of equipment available to support varying needs.
The Art House uses the Social Model of Disability, and welcome applications from those who self-identify as disabled. (The Equalities Act 2010 says that a person is disabled if they have a physical or mental impairment which has a substantial and long-term adverse effect on their ability to work or to carry out day-to-day activities. This is just one possible definition).
Further information is available on our website the-arthouse.org.uk
This residency is kindly supported by Arts Council England