Power, some transport, technical support.
Residency cost 2015 is £600/month per person.
Applicant should email CV, images, short statement and a brief artistic plan.
Sea Loft supports new art and pioneers cutting-edge responses to the environment through an ecocentric spirit of exploration, risk-taking and international collaboration. The hosts aim to open-up the potential for artistic experimentation, international partnership and projects that are responsive to the socio-environmental context. Sea Loft's work is guided by an interest in international currents in contemporary art and by a shared spirit that sees the social and transformative potential of creative collaboration. The residency programme is a combination of research, experimenting, exhibiting (visual art, design, architecture, film installation etc); that will be unafraid of being critically challenging and experimental.
Two articles about Sea Loft and its founder Elizabeth Ogilvie in The Indepedent:
Open plan living and studio accommodation. Living space has folding wall to provide privacy for two residents at the same time. There is a bathroom and a studio kitchen. Single practitioners or duos are eligible, and partners may be accommodated.
Well equipped studio with power and hand tools and studio assistance when required.
Village in Scotland. Residency is located in a 1930's cinema converted into a house with a large central studio. Read more about the renovation of the building here.