Funded residency programme in 2022 / 2023, Cove Park

Funded residency programme in 2022 / 2023, Cove Park




Argyll and Bute


2022 / 2023


Alexia Holt


Funded residency programme in 2022 / 2023, Cove Park

Cove Park is pleased to announce the open call for applications to our funded residency programme in 2022 / 2023. 

Cove Park's open call is available to all national and international artists, cultural practitioners, and researchers, working individually and collaboratively in all art forms, in the creative industries, and across disciplines. Cove Park’s residencies support individuals at every stage in their careers.

Cove Park is pleased to accept applications from those wishing to engage with Cove Park’s first enquiry connected to the environmental crisis. This enquiry-based model – for the production of cross-disciplinary work and collective intelligence around pressing global concerns – is founded upon the belief that artistic research is uniquely placed to unpack some of the most acute problems of our times, and that the transformative power of the arts is amplified through collaboration and exchange with other disciplines, including academic and scientific research. In 2022 Cove Park will offer opportunities for residents to take part in and actively contribute to this enquiry.

Residencies will take place between April 2022 and March 2023. Within this period residency dates are negotiable. Cove Park is happy to accommodate those UK-based applicants interested in shorter residencies (2-4 weeks) but we also welcome applications from those interested in longer periods of time (4 – 12 weeks). We would encourage international applicants to apply for residencies of a minimum of 4 weeks and a maximum of 12 weeks.

For information on this programme, details of how to apply, please use the following link.