Artist Residence up for grabs in Temple Bar

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December 8, 2015 by Smock Alley

This great opportunity crossed our path so we just had to share it with all you wonderful artists out there. Good luck!

Artist Residence –
9, Wooden Buildings, Exchange Street Upper, Temple Bar, Dublin 2.

9, Wooden Buildings, Temple Bar is a two-bedroom apartment ( one double room and one small single room), with living/kitchen area and outside terrace space, owned by Temple Bar Cultural Trust, for use as an Artists Residence for short term lease. Temple Bar Cultural Trust is a not for profit Ltd. Company working in conjunction with Dublin City Council, for the provision and promotion of Cultural Activities in the Temple Bar and wider Dublin area. TBCT are owners of a number of properties in Temple Bar, supporting Artistic and Cultural Programmes of varied disciplines. The apartment is situated in Temple Bar, which is one of the oldest parts of Central Dublin and is considered Dublin’s Cultural Quarter. Temple Bar is part of the heart of Dublin city, its history is full of references to culture, design, craft, publishing, and the performing arts, and can boast of many newer arts venues, including award winning cultural and residential buildings.

9, Wooden Buildings is an apartment available to use by Artists, for a short term period, while they are working or on a residency in the area. (Please see residence request form for full details) There is no Studio space within the apartment, and it is not intended as a space to develop work.

To apply to use the Artists Apartment, please contact Sharon Hayden at with details of your proposal, a work plan, outlining ideas for the residency; the requested duration of your residency, a current Curriculum Vitae & artists’ statement, as well as, any supporting documentation relevant to the proposal. Include dates that you are looking for the space. Requests are subject to availability and are purely at the discretion of the Project Manager. No booking is accepted without completion of a signed Request Form.

Download Request Form


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