Paid by host:

The International residency offers accommodation, 24-hours access to a studio a stipend and an artist fee of £200 per month.

Paid by artist:

Travel costs to/from Northern Ireland. A fee for four months residency in the shared studio space, all equipment hire for free, any workshop for free, technical support and advice and an organised public presentation at the end of the residency.

Application guidelines:

Covid-19 update: Adapting to current circumstances, DAS has developed its residency programme to enable it to operate remotely online. The next Home Residency Online will run from April to July 2021, offering artists four months to work on a specific project of their choice, developing their skills and artistic practice. The call is open only to artists based in Ireland and the United Kingdom. Deadline 26 March 2021.

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Digital Arts Studios

Digital Arts Studios


DAS offers 12 Home Residencies and three International Residencies annually and the programme is in high demand with over 180 applicants per year. A residency at DAS provides the opportunity for professional and artistic development through access to facilities, technical expertise, opportunities to engage with artists-in-residence and participation in exhibitions or talks. In the past ten years DAS has hosted 30 international artists from Australia, Canada, Croatia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, Republic of Korea, Spain and the USA.


International artists are provided with an opportunity to discuss their work and resident’s talks/events are included and advertised as part of the DAS program, however there is no provision for exhibition. Artists wishing to exhibit during their stay may organise this themselves if they wish and we will assist where possible.

Studio Information

The residencies provide artists with 24-hour studio access, technical support, free audio/visual equipment hire and access to training.

Technical Information

The residency will provide participants with 24­-hour access to the studios and a personal MacPro workstation programmed with relevant software. Residents also have access to a range of equipment (DSLRs, video & sound recording equipment), software (Final Cut Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Adobe Creative Suite etc.), technical support and specialised training. All residents are entitled to attend workshops free of charge and are exempt from equipment hire charges.

Contact information

38-42 Hill Street
United Kingdom

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