They have bursaries available which cover the cost of a four week residency.
The artist must pay a fee towards utilities, their own food and transport, materials and any other personal expenses.
Covid-19 update: Artists are able to apply now and approximate dates will be agreed which can be changed depending on both the global and local situations.
Stiwdio Maelor offers artists and writers working in any discipline the opportunity to undertake self-directed residencies in their converted studio in an ex-mining village in the Snowdonia National Park. It was set up in July 2014 to provide residency opportunities for artists and writers from the UK and other parts of the world. Creators are invited to take time out of their busy lives, visit a stunning area in North Wales, refocus on their work, and find new inspiration. Stiwdio Maelor provides residencies with low cost accommodation for visual artists and writers.
OPEN CALL for Stiwdio Maelor’s annual competition 2021. They are open to accepting all media. The deadline is 19th July 2021.
This residency is fundamentally about process rather than production and can last either 1 - 12 weeks. During this residency you might explore the area and be inspired, test a new idea or way of working, or just get away from the daily routines of the studio. This resource offers you the opportunity to invest focused time and thought in your practice without the demands or expectations of making resolved new works.
There are three studio and bedroom spaces for artists with a communal kitchen and bathroom.
There are two spaces for visual artists and one for writers. The larger studio has a sitting area and a double bed.
There is no equipment provided.
Village, country side. Stiwdio Maelor is set in an old mining village in the Snowdonia National Park in North Wales.