Artists working in any discipline are invited to apply to become an Embedded Artist with Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe – A Creative Imagining. Funded by the Creative Climate Action fund, this project will see (an) artist(s) creatively engage with the farming community and the Corca Dhuibhne Creativity & Innovation Hub to support participating farmers to identify climate action solutions that will work for them and wider society.

The Embedded Artist will bring their unique perspective to the project, helping to generate new ways of thinking, and bringing fresh perspectives to the challenges of addressing climate change. Applications are welcome from individual artists or groups. The selected artist(s) will be supported throughout by a steering group and the Project Manager / Curator.

Corca Dhuibhne Inbhuanaithe – A Creative Imagining is a Creative Climate Action project managed by Corca Dhuibhne Creativity & Innovation Hub, with the Green Arts Initiative in Ireland and MaREI.

Eligibility: This project will be up to 15 months duration and involves working with the farmers of West Kerry to address climate change. Artists should have experience in working with communities and in non-arts contexts and be confident to speak at public events. Artists should have fluent English; fluent Irish is an advantage. Artists should have strong evidence of their creative and imaginative practices. The successful artist will need to be free to spend time living on the Dingle Peninsula.

What you get: There will be a fee paid to the artist of up to €32,550 in addition to expenses towards living costs such as accommodation and travel within Ireland. A Project Manager and Steering Group will support this project and office space will be available in the Dingle Hub. This is an Embedded Artist role.


Deadline: 03/11/2021 12:00 am (Timezone: Etc/GMT+12)

Artist in Residence, Exhibition Opportunity, Opportunities
Apply until 30/11/2021