The UCD College of Business is very pleased to announce the call for an artist in residence. A one year residency is offered to a professional artist. This includes studio space at UCD Parity Studios, a fee of €7,000* and access to lectures, research seminars and other resources of the College.
* This fee is currently under review. A fee of €7,000 was awarded last year. The fee for the 2018/19 residencies will not be less than this.
UCD College of Business is committed to research, innovation and impact on business and society, and to transformational learning, in the world and for the world. We work to cultivate informed, agile, critical and ethical thinkers and doers by learning from diverse perspectives in diverse settings. We forge a collaborative and vital community by working together to nurture graduates, faculty members and staff to be ambitious and courageous in contributing to business and society and to act with integrity at all times.
As part of our goal to learn from diverse perspectives in diverse settings, a one year residency is offered to professional artists. This includes studio space at UCD Parity Studios, a fee of €7,000.00 and access to the lectures, research seminars and other resources of the College. The artist will have the opportunity to engage with researchers and students towards the creation of work related to the multifaceted issues in relation to Business and contemporary society.
This year the residency is open to visual, sound and dance/performance artists. Please note that residency does not include accommodation.
What we offer
Studio space with 24hr access
Artist’s fee of €7,000.
Access to lectures and courses in the College of Arts and Humanities.
Access to UCD library
An opportunity for mutual exchange with academics and other artists and researchers at UCD.
Opportunity to participate in the UCD Parity Studios programme of talks, exhibitions and performances.
Additional funding of up to €1,000 may be applied for towards public dissemination/exhibition of residency related work.
What is Expected of the Artist
The artists will be expected to;
make connections and engage with other researchers through a mutual exchange of ideas throughout the year. While formal introductions to relevant researchers are made, many fruitful conversations have occurred between the artists and researchers through chance meetings on the corridor or during coffee breaks, so being on campus is an important factor in the process.
participate in monthly group meetings/crits for the artists in residence.
use the studio space to develop your work on average two days a week, over the course of the year.
prepare a 30min talk for the purposes of introduction to your work and proposal to interested staff and researchers.
make parts of the process of your research visible/known to others. (The way each artist chooses to do this will differ depending on what suits their practice for example these might include, experimental performances on campus, photographic/video documentation of work/meetings, talks/symposia, social media posts etc. )
be available for a UCD Open Studio Day and Culture Night (daytime), when the public and wider UCD community will be invited to visit the studios and talk with you about your work.
give a practical workshop related to your work to UCD DrawSoc members.
How to apply
PLEASE SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION AS A SINGLE PDF and LABEL ‘APPLICATION TO UCD COLLEGE OF ARTS AND HUMANITIES’
Please send your application by e-mail to email@example.com
Your application should include 3 A4 pages with the information listed below
AND samples of work as listed below:
Link to Website
Brief summary of your practice (100 words max)
Please specify if you intend to use the studio space provided by the residency as your primary studio.
Please specify any commitments you have to other work, residencies, exhibitions/performances,
conferences, research/education during the period of the residency.
Pages 2&3 - Please use the following headings;
Proposal - Description of your proposed project including;
- the key area of research/practice you’re interested in
- an estmated timeplan for your proposal
- how you intend to make elements of your process visible/known to others
Examples of work - Up to 10 examples of your work with one image per page. Please label each image clearly with title, dimensions, materials, gallery/site of installation /performance, date
List of images/work
Links to video/sound pieces
Please send your application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please ensure your application does not exceed the standard Gmail allowance of 25MB.
Closing date for applications is Sunday April 15th 2018
We will confirm receipt of your application by e-mail. Unfortunately we will not be able to provide feedback on applications.
The final shortlisted artists will be invited to elaborate on their practice and proposals in the week beginning May 14th 2018.
Note: This residency does not include accommodation as part of the award. International applicants or applicants living far from Dublin will need to organise their own accommodation if their application is successful.