work by Irina Razumovskaya, 2017 Winter Resident

WINTER RESIDENCIES

We are offering 12 special winter residencies at REDUCED PRICES for artists wishing to come at a quieter and more peaceful time.

These residencies are for six week periods - 6 places in November/December and 6 places in January/February.

Deadlines for applications for these residencies ONLY are 31st August 2018.

For more information and application forms please email Steve at icshu@me.com

The ICS Artist-in-residence program allows artists to work in the context of a different country and culture. The Artist in Residence Programme provides artists with the space to create new works, experiment with innovative ideas and research new and different ways of making. Artists are encouraged to explore all our facilities to open up new possibilities and directions for the contemporary ceramicist. The program is open to all artists who wish to work independently on their own projects. Artists may use the residency to accomplish a specific project or to work in a creative and supportive atmosphere alongside other international ceramic artists. The International Ceramics Studio provides ceramic artists and potters with opportunities to experiment and explore new directions in their work. Resident artists are able to exchange ideas and experiences through presentations and informal discussion.

Fees for the residency include

  • Your accommodation in a single room with shared bathroom on a self catering basis.
  • 24 hour access to your studio.
  • Technical assistance with firing, glazes etc.

A 25% deposit is required upon acceptance to secure your place. The balance may either be paid in advance or in cash on arrival at the studio.

It may be possible for you to make applications to arts councils and funding organisations in your home country to attend the course. We will help you in any way we can with any applications for funding you make.

Refund Policy
Participants will have fifty per cent of the deposit refunded provided that we are notified 30 days before the start of the residency. No refunds of deposits can be made after this deadline.

Accommodation
Accommodation is in single rooms with shared bathroom and WC. Rooms are simply furnished with bed, desk, chairs, wardrobe and cupboard and supplied with clean bed-linen, pillows and towels. Artists have the use of modern, fully equipped kitchens with shared refrigerators, cookers and microwave ovens. All cups, plates, cooking pots, saucepans and cutlery is provided. There are spacious lounges and dining rooms. All accommodation is self catering.

We have an extensive library of ceramic books and magazines as well as other art publications. There is wi-fi internet access in most areas. There is also a laundry facility with washers and dryer.

Studio materials and equipment
We have all the usual studio equipment - slabrollers, electric and kick wheels, extruders, pugmills, ballmills etc. and we have 12 electric kilns of varying sizes, four gas kilns (firing to 1400c for porcelain), 4 wood-fired kilns, with one for saltglaze, and 4 raku kilns.

Conditions
All participants must be insured for medical and personal liability for the duration of their masterclass at ICS.
For EU citzens - please bring your EU Healthcard.
During the work period the ICS may document and publish the work of the artist in publications or on the ICS website.
ICS cannot offer storage for any artist’s works after the residency is completed.

 


Information and application form please email:
Steve Mattison, International Contact
icshu@me.com

informátió:
Havasi Andrea,
Magyar kapcsolat
Ha magyar nyelven kíván emailt küldeni, cimezze
icshu@t-online.hu

 

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