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Image: Water to Land, Maud Hendricks.
Image: Water to Land, Maud Hendricks.

Create and Carlow Arts Festival
Artist Residency Award

Open Call

Create and Carlow Arts Festival invite applications from collaborative artists from ethnic minority backgrounds who are based in the Republic of Ireland, for a residency award with Carlow Arts Festival. The Residency will begin in May, and run to June, to incorporate this interdisciplinary festival which takes place from 4- 9 June 2019*. The residency is funded through the Arts Council of Ireland’s Artist in the Community Scheme, which is managed by Create. This residency opportunity, which aims to support an artist from an ethnic minority to develop their collaborative and socially engaged arts practice, is offered through a partnership between Create and Carlow Arts Festival.

Deadline: 5pm, 18th March 2019

Image: Hina Khan, FSAS 2018, credit John Beattie.
Image: Hina Khan, FSAS 2018, credit John Beattie.

Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios
Artist Residency Award

Open Call

Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios invite applications from collaborative artists from ethnic minority backgrounds that are based in the Republic of Ireland, for a four week residency award based at Dublin’s Fire Station Artists’ Studios (FSAS). The Residency will run during the month of June, incorporating International Refugee week (17-23 June 2019) offering opportunities for discussion and development of work. The residency is funded through the Arts Council of Ireland’s Artist in the Community Scheme, which is managed by Create. This residency opportunity, which aims to support an artist from an ethnic minority to develop their collaborative and socially engaged arts practice, is offered through a partnership between Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios, supporting collaborative and socially engaged arts practice.

Deadline: 5pm, 18th March 2019

Image: Between Land and Water, Maud Hendricks.
Image: Between Land and Water, Maud Hendricks.

Following the success of the inaugural Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios residency for an artists from a culturally diverse background in 2018, Create are delighted to announce two residencies for 2019.

Create will partner with Fire Station Artists’ Studios once more to invite applications from collaborative artists from ethnic minority backgrounds that are based in the Republic of Ireland, for a four week residency award based at Dublin’s Fire Station Artists’ Studios (FSAS). The Residency will run during the month of June, incorporating International Refugee week (17-23 June 2019) offering opportunities for discussion and development of work. Read more.

New for 2019, Create are delighted to partner with Carlow Arts Festival to offer a residency award with Carlow Arts Festival, for an artist from an ethnical minority background. The Residency will begin in May, and run to June, to incorporate this interdisciplinary festival which takes place from 4- 9 June 2019. Read more.

Both residencies are funded through the Arts Council of Ireland’s Artist in the Community Scheme, which is managed by Create. Applicants may apply for only one of the offered residencies. More information and application procedure can be found by clicking on the links above.

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Hina Studio. Photo: John-Beattie.
Image: Hina Studio. Photo: John-Beattie.

Hina Khan’s work is the constant search for the best way to interpret ideas and express ideologies through symbolism. Having completed a BFA (Bachelor in Fine Arts) from F. G Degree College, she completed my MFA (Masters in Fine Arts) from FJWU (Fatima Jinnah Women University), Pakistan in 2003, with Miniature Painting as Major. Using a mixture of traditional and innovative techniques, Hina’s work portrays social issues, immigration and humanitarian crisis like prostitution, gender discrimination, restrictions, trauma, child abuse and killing. 

Fire Station Artists‘ Studios
Fire Station Artists' Studios.

AIC Artist Residency in partnership with Fire Station Artists' Studio

Open Call

Create and Fire Station Artists’ Studios invite applications from artists that are based in Ireland for a one-month residency award based at Fire Station Artists’ Studios. The award is being offered to an artist from an ethnic minority background and will run for the month of June. The Residency timeframe incorporates International Refugee week (18-22 June 2018) offering opportunities for an artist to present work. It is funded through the Arts Council Artist in the Community Scheme, which is managed by Create.

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