All 2018 Reach Scotland residencies have allocated.
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s Reach Scotland Programme enables artists living and working outside Edinburgh to benefit from a period of research or production, with studio and accommodation, access to workspaces and training all offered at subsidised rates.
The Reach Scotland programme allows artists to access our spaces and facilities at a time and for a period suitable to them. Artists can connect with our studio community, will benefit from 24 hour access to a studio and have the opportunity for training and skills development in our specialist workshops which include wood, metal and mixed media.
Studio Space / Accommodation / Workshop Session Fees
- £160 per week
- £480 per month
- Training £10 per hour
- No travel costs are covered
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop offers up to two Reach Scotland Residencies per year. There is no deadline for applications however Reach Scotland opportunities are dependent on the availability of studios and apartments. Applicants should contact Assistant Director Gordon Munro in the first instance to confirm dates email@example.com
Based on re-imagining the learning environment to facilitate new knowledge, Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop’s research programme examines workshop-based approaches to artistic production that are theoretically informed, practical and participatory. The programme facilitates new experiential knowledge, practices and tools for artists and art educators to adapt and implement and is enabling us to develop an international network of practitioners and educators.
Participation is managed in two ways. Arts collectives and organisations are invited to propose artists from their networks, and Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop advertises places through open call.
Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop manages projects within the public realm which we initiate or develop in partnership with other organisations. Projects have included Steep Trail – a partnership with Polarcap and Fife Contemporary Art & Craft which presents and develops work in Scotland and China; the National Memorial for Organ & Tissue Donors in Scotland – a public artwork by Alec Finlay located in the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh; and The Edward Marshall Award – a design project to create furniture for the new public spaces at Edinburgh Sculpture Workshop.