The Guesthouse Project presents local artists or collaborative groups with an opportunity to develop their work in the context of the Guesthouse Shandon. The initiative facilitates experimentation that tests out new approaches to artistic practice. We invite artists to find a new way of imagining, activating and utilising The Guesthouse building.
We are interested in artists transdisciplinary practitioners that have both solo and interdisciplinary practice and enjoy collaborating.
This opportunity gives artists a place to share skills, participate and initiate activities and events with us over the duration of one year from June 2022 to June 2023.
This opportunity is open to all artists and researchers artists at any stage of their career and those working as experimental filmmakers, sound artists, musicians, visual artists, performance artists, culinary artists, creative programmers and digital technology artists and is open to those that wish to work within the arts and with artists.
The Guesthouse Projects programme will evolve through the process of conversation with our artist in residence and INHOUSE artists who are invited to participate in organising activities and events. We host a monthly events that includes live and online performances, screenings, lectures and workshops etc.
We will be selecting 5 new artists to join INHOUSE 22/23 .
1 year, starting from 1st June 2022
Paid by artist
Artists are requested to pay a monthly membership fee of €50
Expressions of interest should be send by email to firstname.lastname@example.org under the subject of INHOUSE 2022 with a brief description of your area of interest, C.V. and biog. Expressions of interest and general enquiries will be open until May 1st. INHOUSE 22 Starting date is 1st June.
The ground floor has a fully equipped kitchen and is available to all artists especially culinary artists for experimental dining and social gatherings, First floor, library/ event space has a fixed projector and a fully equipped for sound, video recordings and live streaming for public events. The second floor maker’s space is a shared workspace which has a digital workstation set up to enable the production of limited run multiples and publications. It is equipped with trestle tables and chairs, basic materials and tools, photocopier, scanner and printer and sewing machine and a wide range of tools and equipment on request.
We plan to present monthly events to include online and offsite performances, screenings, lectures and workshops.