D-Light Studios Residency Award 2019
March 25th - September 30th 2019
In partnership with The North East Inner City Initiative and Dublin City Council
The Open Call for applications for the third round of the D-Light Studios Residency Award is closed and we are delighted to announce the two recipients of this award: Claire McCluskey and Sorcha O’Raghallaigh.
Keep an eye out on our social media for updates on their work development.
They will receive:
Large six-month project studio with 24hr access
Access to an adjoining room with a sink that can be used as a dark room
Scheduled free use of Studio A and Studio B as required
Financial contribution towards materials
Social media promotion of project development
The opportunity to present their work during the D-Light Studios' Culture Night 2019 event
A feature on the D-Light Studios website
Subsidised access to Yoga Classes and Holistic activities
Free/Subsidised access to D-Light Studios events
Who can apply?
The purpose of this Residency Award is to facilitate the development of a creative practice whilst fostering constructive engagement with the North East Inner City community.
All applicants must submit a six-month project proposal in addition to a community workshop proposal that they can successfully facilitate during their residency period.
We are looking for applications that demonstrate clear, achievable goals and a genuine enthusiasm towards the prospect of sharing their creative practice with members of the North East Inner City community.
The residency studio is a large private space located upstairs in Studio B in D-Light Studios. The studio has free WiFi and access to an adjoining room with a sink that can be used as a dark room. The recipient will have use of the communal kitchen area and free on street parking.
This six-month residency opportunity will begin on the 25th March 2019 and conclude on the 30th of September 2019
Applications close at midnight on Sunday 3rd March 2019
Shortlist interviews will take place between the 11th & 12th March
Terms and Conditions:
Proposed project must be feasible to achieve within the six month time-frame
Recipients must be available for six months from 25th March - 30th September 2019
One creative workshop must be planned and organised by the Residency recipient
The recipient must agree to to post regular updates about their project development on their social media which we will share across all of D-Light Studios social media platforms
This opportunity does not provide accommodation
All offers and terms of the residency are subject to change
D-Light Studios Residency Award 2018
September 2018 - March 2019
We are excited to announce that the recipient of the D-Light Studios Residency 2018 in Partnership with The North East Inner City Initiative is Jane Fogarty.
A massive thank you to all who applied and a special thanks to The North East Inner City - Dublin for their support with this program.
Jane Fogarty: Recipient of the 2018 D-Light Studios Residency Award
Jane Fogarty is an artist living and working in Dublin, Ireland, interested in the various ways in which we interpret and understand the passing of time and how this translates into visual language.
Her work has featured in both national and international exhibitions, including a two person exhibition, Mystery Ewer, at Artbox (2016) and three solo exhibitions; Paperwork, a site-specific installation in Harold’s Cross (2016), Mel at Eight Gallery (2014), and |’painti NG | at the Talbot Gallery (2011) as a result of receiving the Most Promising Graduate Award in 2010. Selected group exhibitions include: A ̄ ̄A A ̄ ̄A A ̄ ̄A at 126 Galway (2015); Spirit of the Stairs at Basic Space (2014); Unearth at Roscommon Arts Centre (2013); Nailing Jelly to the Wall at Catalyst Arts (2012) and ELIA’s NEU/NOW Live in Nantes, France (2010). Her work was recently added to the State Art Collection (OPW). Fogarty has also received several awards from the Arts Council, the RDS and South Dublin County Council. http://www.janefogarty.com/
D-Light Studios Residency Award 2017 Recipients
Bombinate Theatre is an award-winning collective of emerging theatre makers, creating work for families and young audiences.
'Bombinate' means to make a humming or a buzzing noise. We encourage children to make noise, to ask big questions and to stay on their own buzz. We endeavour to inspire children to get creative and to engage with the arts in all its forms.