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ONLINE APPLICATIONS will open Wednesday November 1st 2017

  • Artists are awarded studio time and accommodation only

  • Artists are expected to make their own travel arrangements to and from Shawbrook. 

  • Travel expenses are not covered

  • Artists fees and EXPENSES are not covered by shawbrook

  • COMPANIES and artists will be asked to sign a letter of AGREEMENT in ADVANCE of the START date of the RESIDENCY. 

  • You can view our facilities and amenities here

Apply HERE for Easter HATCH residencies April 1 - 20

Apply HERE for JUNE Residencies June 3 - 30

A residency at Shawbrook is an opportunity to pause, reflect, rejuvenate creative energies in a very unique, rural environment. A Shawbrook residency is low-tech, low-key away from the hustle and bustle of the city. What you need is within you, and Shawbrook provides a perfect environment to cultivate your creative vision. 

Outside of our annually funded residencies, our studios are available for hire by professional dance and theatre companies. Check out our calendar for  availability

 

Previous Artists-in-residence

2017

Philip Connaughton (Ireland), Dane Hurst (UK), Keren Rosenberg (Israel / Netherlands), Mbulelo Ndabeni (SA/UK) and Maya M. Carroll (IL /DE) and Johanna Nuutinen (Fin) Catherine Young (IRL) Argyro Tsampazi (Greece)

2016

Finnish choreographer Annamari Keskinen was invited to create a new work, set in the forest, for our annual Forest Festival.  

2015

Jessie Keenan & Sara Baxter, Cathy Coughlan, Antje O'Toole, Emily Aoibheann & Ruairi Donavan, Nina Pontgratz, My Johansson, CatrĂ­ona Broklebank & Mark Sheridan of Black Lodge Films. 

2014

Alicia Christofi-Walshe & Co., Laura Arend & Alex Ohen (Laboration), Michelle Cahill, Kathleen Doherty, and Stephanie Felber.