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Interdisciplinary and Print Residencies

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The Interdisciplinary Residencies bring together artists and cultural practitioners from a wide range of disciplines to work at Hospitalfield for a two week residency. Whilst our programme is rooted in the visual arts, this programme is structured to support a far wider range of activity. Our intention is to provide opportunities for critical and practical connections to be made between those working in a very wide range of media and who have an urgent project or period of research to undertake within a supportive environment. The Interdisciplinary Programme tends to attract practitioners from Scotland and the UK and around the world. Over the last five years we have hosted artists from over twenty two countries. We have also found that the programme is useful for individuals and for those who otherwise don’t find the time to work in collaborative partnerships.

Residency Period 11 – 24 March 2019


Residency Period 3 – 17 May 2019


Residency Period 19 August – 1 September 2019


Residency Period 4 – 17 November 2019

Application Deadline Monday 12 November 2018, midnight

Eligibility International and UK-based artists, writers, architects, producers, dancers, choreographers, curators, designers, educators, researchers and others developing their working lives within the scope of contemporary cultural practices.

(Print) International and UK-based artists and designers who are experienced printmakers. Solo use of the Kinpurnie Print Studio to complete a design, publishing or fine art project or to experiment with new ideas. Also open to collaborative duos.  

Places 8 for each residency period

(Print) 1 for each period

Cost £630 for a two week full board residency

Selectors Fleur Darkin, Artistic Director of Scottish Dance Theatre, and Ainslie Roddick, Curator at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Glasgow (for Print, advised by Annis Fitzhugh, Print Studio Director at Dundee Contemporary Arts)

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A highly international part of Hospitalfield’s programme which is open to those working across the arts who recognise that they require some time to focus on the development of their work. For individuals or collaborative groups it can be a test bed for developing their practice and a scenario to concentrate on a specific project.

There’s more information on the application link and on the other residency and facilities pages on this website.


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