Cove Park’s independently-funded programme provides opportunities for those with their own funding to take part in their annual residency programme.

“Cove Park is one of the most productive places on the planet.”
Former Cove Park resident Maria Fusco, writer and Professor of Fine Art at Northumbria University.

Cove Park creates residencies throughout the year for national and international artists and collaborative groups working in all the art forms. Residencies at Cove Park offer the time and space required to develop new work and complete ongoing projects alongside other artists and within a supportive and stimulating context.

Cove Park’s independently-funded programme provides opportunities for those with their own funding to take part in our annual residency programme. We welcome those wishing to self-fund and those who can meet the costs of the residency through the support of academic institutions, public funders or foundations. These residencies can take place throughout the year.

Residents stay in self-contained, self-catering rooms set across 50-acre rural site overlooking Loch Long, 1 hour from Glasgow. The accommodation is designed to allow each artist and group to work at their own pace, to their own timetable and without distraction. We are able to accommodate 12 (or 14 if sharing), have 5 studios and additional workshop and meeting spaces in our fully accessible Artists Centre.

Please visit the website for images and information on how to apply.

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