The deadlines for our Summer, Autumn and Interdisciplinary Programmes in 2014 have passed.
To read more about the programme that we build around our residency programmes, who has been selected and the artists who have been in residence in the past please follow these links:
Please read on for information about our Graduate Residency Programme in 2014, the deadline for which is 7 July 2014.
Please note that our residency programmes are devised for artists or others developing their working lives within the scope of contemporary art practices. We expect that applicants will have had a formal training or similar and will be developing projects and new work for public exhibition or developing their research with some form of future public outcome in mind.
The programmes are structured for individuals working at a range of points in their career. Each has a specific focus with the Interdisciplinary Programme aiming to cultivate a group which has the broadest range of practices. Selectors will consider the application statements with care and in accordance with the aims of each of the programmes. We do not expect to do interviews so will select from the applications.
Please see our Courses Programme if this sort of selection process does not seem right for you. The majority of the Courses are bookable and run on a first come first served basis.
Our live deadlines for residencies are listed lower on this page in order of their deadline date.
Please read through all information and the guidelines on the online application forms before choosing a residency and making an application.
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This residency takes place between 6 – 24 October 2014.
Deadline for application: Monday 7 July 2014.
Selection will be confirmed by the 30 August 2014.
This programme offers graduates from Scottish art colleges – from both art and design courses, the time to work at Hospitalfield on a specific project that they would otherwise not have the opportunity to develop within this sort of collegiate situation.
To be eligible you must be graduating in 2014 or have graduated in 2013 for an Undergraduate or Postgraduate art or degree design course at a Scottish college.
Selection Panel for the Graduate Programme will be chaired by
Lucy Byatt, Director Hospitalfield
Remco de Blaaij, Curator, CCA, Glasgow
Neil Firth, Director, The Pier Arts Centre, Orkney
Maria Fusco, Writer and Chancellor’s Fellow, University of Edinburgh
Janice Kirkpatrick, Creative Director, Graven Images