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RESIDENCIES

UPCOMING RESIDENCIES

COVE PARK Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies

In 2019 Cove Park, in association with LUX Scotland and Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, will award up to four funded Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies of two to four weeks each during the summer months. Emerging or established artists and filmmakers, based in Scotland, are welcome to apply to this programme. The summer residencies will take place between May and September 2019. This is the second year of this new programme; our 2018 residents were Andrew Black, Jamie Crewe, Kimberley O’Neill and Stina Wirfelt. The deadline for applications to this programme is Monday 10 December 2018. Full details Here.


CURRENT AND PAST RESIDENCIES

2018 Film & Moving Image Residencies in partnership with Cafe Tissardmine, the residency programme is running this Autumn/Winter, on the edge of the Sahara Desert in Morocco.

 
 
 
 


COVE PARK Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies

Cove Park, in association with LUX Scotland and Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival, will award up to four funded Experimental Film and Artists’ Moving Image Residencies in 2018. This new series of funded residencies will run between May and September next year and emerging or established artists and filmmakers, based in Scotland, are welcome to apply. The deadline for applications is Monday 11 December 2017. Full details Here.


2017 Film & Moving Image Residencies in partnership with Cafe Tissardmine, two residency programmes are running this Autumn/Winter, on the edge of the Sahara Desert in Morocco.

Attending artists who wished to develop their skills and understanding of moving image practice undertook a partially structured residency experience aimed at stimulating new ways of thinking and experimentation in practice. Full details here.


2013 Artists’ Moving Image Residencies in the Ettrick Valley, Scotland.

Our 2013 moving image residencies were aimed at stimulating production and developing talent specifically in non-narrative or experimental artists’ film. They were supported by Creative Scotland’s Creative Futures programme. Full details here.