The residencies include technical and critical support, serving the needs of the artist as well as access to the ISIS Arts network and studio facility. Artists will be supported by ISIS through exposure through the website, fostering invaluable relationships with artists and organisations in the local communities and beyond in innovative thinking and creative risk taking.
For artists who wish to include residency as part of a funded project, ISIS will be happy to submit a letter of support.
Travel, accommodation, subsistence, material. Cost of studio (inclusive of VAT & bills): £500 per month or £150 per week if under one month. ISIS can provide guidance and information to support the funding application process with support for up to a maximum of 4 hours and at a fixed cost of £300. Specialist media training can be arranged at a cost of £300 per day.
They accept applications at anytime throughout the year, applications will be accessed after each quarterly deadline. To apply please download and complete the residency application form, click to download the form here. Please email the completed form to Charlotte Gregory at [email protected], if you have any queries about the residency, the application process or require a letter of support please email Charlotte on the above email or call +44 (0)191 261 4407.
ISIS Arts is a visual and media arts organisation, which runs an international programme of commissions, residencies and events. ISIS Arts’ core ethos is to support artists to make critically engaged visual and media art, which is locally significant and internationally relevant, and to share the learning and relationships it gains. ISIS works internationally with artists to produce and present contemporary art, film and new media.
Its core programme is made up of artist residencies. Within any one year ISIS Arts develops residencies in partnership with a range of collaborators, bringing the artist's perspective to local and domestic issues often revealing global truths. Its programmes link international artists with regional and national artists to explore new dialogues around arts practice and local engagement.
ISIS is committed to showing work within the public realm, engaging as wide an audience as possible in dialogue with artists and artworks, making its projects accessible to a diverse public. Based in Newcastle city centre, ISIS has two studio spaces for visiting artists, a media training room, and an inflatable touring venue for sharing media arts with a wider audience. ISIS works with many international, national and regional artists to support practice and exchange.
ISIS Arts offers two types of residencies:
Possible artist talk.
None provided. ISIS provides accommodation guidance.
self-contained city centre studio space (1 studio x 520 sq/ft (48.3 m/sq)), Media Lab, Wireless broadband, 24hr. access, kitchen, electricity & heating, natural daylight, on site and administrative support.
All artists will have access to ISIS equipment, critical support and introductions to arts networks in the region. The artist is expected to be mostly self-reliant and familiar with the media they want to use.
ISIS Arts is based in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. Minutes away from Newcastle central station (train & metro); 10 minute walk from the bus station.
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