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Int’l Funded Residency, Jon Schueler Scholarship, Isle of Skye, Scotland, Deadline: Apr 3

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Funded Residency | Jon Schueler Scholarship, Isle of Skye, Scotland

Deadline application: Monday 3 April, 5pm

Visual Arts Residency / Sabhal Mòr Ostaig – National Centre for Gaelic Language, Culture and the Arts, Isle of Skye, Scotland.

The residency will take place from Mon 25th September to Friday 15th December 2017.

Applications are now being welcomed for the fifth Jon Schueler Scholarship, Visual Artist in Residence, an exciting international residency opportunity to take place in Skye in the summer/autumn of 2017. In a unique international partnership between Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, the National Centre for Gaelic Language, Culture and the Arts (Scotland) and the Jon Schueler Charitable Trust, with support from the Royal Scottish Academy. The successful applicant will have the opportunity to come and research, develop and produce work for 3 months in the dedicated artist’s studio in a spectacular setting overlooking The Sound of Sleat, the place which so inspired Schueler as an artist.

The Scholarship is open to international artists (including Scottish and UK) working to the highest level of contemporary professional practice in a visual medium and with a particular interest in landscape and the environment. Artists must have completed formal arts education at least 3 years previously.

The annual (2013 -2020) visual arts scholarship has been set up in celebration and in memory of the life, work and artistic influence of internationally renowned artist and abstract expressionist, Jon Schueler (1916-1992), in recognition of his very special relationship with the landscape and environment of the Sound of Sleat.

The aims of the residency are 1. to provide a visual artist working to the highest level of contemporary practice a period of research, development and production in a unique environment, 2. to promote Skye, The Gaeltachd and Scotland as an exciting, distinct and inspiring place to work for a contemporary artist, and to promote the exchange of ideas.

The Artist will receive:
• a residency fee of £8,000 for the 12 week period
• an allowance of £500 for materials
• provision of an artist’s studio with ICT support
• reasonable travel costs of a single return trip to undertake the residency in Skye (12 weeks) met in full as part of the scholarship
• accommodation on campus

For more information see: www.smo.uhi.ac.uk/jon-schueler/

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   Sabhal Mòr Ostaig Background Notes

   Visual Arts Studio Plan

   About the Jon Schueler Scholarship

   Scholarship Guidelines

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