Isis artist residency
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
Visual and Media artists, UK and beyond, are invited to apply for residencies at ISIS Arts, Newcastle Upon Tyne (UK). The residencies are open to regional, national and international artists at any stage of their career working in the field of visual and media art.
This is an opportunity for artists to spend time in a self-contained city centre studio space to research a new project or idea without the constraints of having to necessarily produce a body of work. The residencies start from 3 week periods and range to a maximum of 3 month, the residency period will be agreed with each individual applicant.
All artists will have access to ISIS equipment, critical support and introductions to arts networks in the region. Artists will be expected to be mostly self-reliant and familiar with the media they want to use. If additional technical support or training is required this can be arranged by ISIS at an additional cost.
ISIS will also host an artist talk and networking event for each visiting artist as part of their residency, allowing them to present their work to the wider arts community.
We have welcomed residency artists from all over the world, working in many different mediums and on research and projects in varying scale, you can read about some of our previous residencies hereand also what the artists' thought about the processhere.
1 x 520 sq/ft
Electricity & heating
On site support
Access to media equipment
£500 pcm (or £150 pw if under one month) paid to ISIS Arts upon arrival (inclusive of VAT and bills).
Artists will need to cover their travel and accommodation costs. We are happy to assist in finding suitable accommodation in the city for any artist wanting to undertake a residency.
For artists who wish to include ISIS’s Artist Residency as part of a funded project or application, we will be happy to submit a letter of support.
We can also provide guidance and information to support the funding application process with support for up to a maximum of 1 day at a fixed cost of £300.
Specialist media training can be arranged at a cost of £300 per day.
How to Apply:
ISIS is now accepting applications for residents for 2014 and 2015. We accept applications at anytime throughout the year, applications will be accessed after each quarterly deadline.
To apply please download and complete the Residency Application Form, click to download the formhere.
Please email the completed form to Charlotte Gregory email@example.com, if you have any queries about the residency, the application process or require a letter of support please email Charlotte on the above email or call +44 (0)191 261 4407.
November 20th 2013
March 26th 2014
July 23rd 2014
November 24th 2014
ISIS also offers a number of subsidised Research Residencies each year, the subsidised residencies are limited and each round is highly competitive. To receive the latest information about our subsidised residencies please join ourmailing list.
To find out about the previous artist residencies we have subsidised please see ourProgramme. To read some of the testimonials from our previous residency artists and their thoughts on the value of an ISIS residency pleaseclick here.
Further Information on ISIS Arts
ISIS Arts is an artist led, visual and media arts organisation, which runs an international programme of commissions, residencies and events. ISIS Arts’ core ethos is to support artists to make critically engaged visual and media art, which is locally significant and internationally relevant, and to share the learning and relationships we gain.
We place artists at the centre of all our programmes creating physical, virtual and strategic ‘spaces’ for the production of art. We are interested in artists whose work seeks to reveal the world we live in, providing new perspectives on identity and challenging prejudices. We seek out and engage with artists of all backgrounds and cultures to facilitate international and inter-cultural exchange.
ISIS is committed to showing work within the public realm, engaging as wide an audience as possible in dialogue with artists and artworks, making our projects accessible to a diverse public. Based in Newcastle city centre, ISIS has two studio spaces for visiting artists, a media training room, and an inflatable touring venue for sharing media arts with a wider audience. ISIS works with many international, national and regional artists to support practice and exchange.
ISIS Arts seek to ensure that no present or potential member of staff or project participant is treated less favourably than another on grounds of age (up to statutory retirement age), class colour, disability, ethnic origin, gender, marital status, political persuasion or sexual orientation. ISIS Arts premises have limited access. However, we aim to ensure that as many of our activities are as accessible as possible. If you have any particular access needs, please contact us.