Residency News and Deadlines April 2017

Our latest news about the residency programme.


Visual Art Residents for 2017

Hospitalfield is pleased to announce the group of artists selected for our two funded Summer and Autumn Residencies.

Summer Residency

Selectors: Nicole Yip the Director of Lux Scotland and the artist Stephen Sutcliffe

David Raymond Conroy (London)
Alexander Storey Gordon (Glasgow)
Ellie Kyungran Heo (London)
Adam Lewis Jacob (Glasgow)
Laura Phillips (Bristol)
Jane Topping (Glasgow)
Mark Vernon (Glasgow)
Mark Aerial Waller (London)

Autumn Residency

Selectors: Artists Hew Locke and Katie Schwab

Susannah Stark (Newport on Tay)
Aniara Omann (Glasgow)
Jade Montserrat (Scarborough)
Laura Morrison (London)
Richard John Jones (London)
Ian Giles (Gloucester)

Sophie Mallett selected in partnership with THIStudios.

The London based artist will take part in an exchange programme which, now in its second year, enables a residency at Hospitalfield for Tottenham Hale International Studios artist and a corresponding stay in London for an artist from the DD Postcode region.

Ranjeeta Kumari selected in partnership with Clark House Initiative.

In a project supported by British Council and Creative Scotland the Mumbai based artist Ranjeeta Kumari will join our Summer Residency.

New Contemporaries Alumni Residency Place at Hospitalfield.

We are delighted to be working with New Contemporaries to offer a place to an artist who has exhibited in their annual touring exhibition between 2010 and 2015. New Contemporaries is the leading UK organisation supporting emergent art practice from UK Art Schools.

Graduate Residency 2017 – call for applications.

Open to application from 2017 and 2016 art graduates from undergraduate and postgraduate courses in Scotland. Selectors this year are Eoin Dara, Head of Exhibitions, DCA and artist Winnie Herbstein. Deadline 3 July.

FIELDWORK 2017 International Summer School – open for bookings.

Following an open call we have selected Cicely Farrer and Gordon Douglas to work with us on our annual summer school. Read more about this years’ programme, titled Shoulder-to-Shoulder, and book your place here:

Image: Common Room Group, pen on paper, 2016, Ian Giles.