Proposals are invited from practicing artists, writers and musicians whose work explores intersections between scientific research and the arts. The Interface studio in County Galway is located in premises shared with the Inagh Valley Trust, which drives a number of innovative scientific research projects. Interface offers artists an opportunity to engage with a unique environment and to be inspired by the exciting research taking place in a spectacular landscape.
Interface is a studio and residency programme for visual artists, dancers, writer and musicians, situated in the Inagh Valley, in the heart of Connemara, our mission is to provide catalysing opportunities for artists in residence to engage with other internaitonal artists and local people through a unique playform within outstanding natural beauty that explores the intersections between scientific research and art.
Residencies take place over periods of between two and six weeks. The resident artist has the use of a 14.4 m2 private space as well as access to 135 m2 shared studio space. The place is equipped with artificial lighting, heat and some basic tools. Interface provides the artist with studio space and accommodation. The artist is responsible for their own travel to, from and around Connemara, and for transportation of their own materials and artwork home.
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Published on 7 February 2019