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DAS International Residency 2007 

DAS International Residency Programme
August - September 2007

DEADLINE EXTENDED UNTIL 29th MARCH 2007

DAS (Digital Arts Studios) at QSS (Queen Street Studios) initiated an International Digital Residency Program in 2006. There are four residencies a year, each lasting approximately 8 weeks. The Residency will offer studio rental, accommodation, stipend and artists' fee. (Participating artists' will have to self-fund travel to and from Northern Ireland.)

The International Digital Residency Program will enable artists' to come to Northern Ireland in order to develop their artistic practice in a productive, supportive and dynamic environment. DAS will also endeavour to provide the visiting artists' with an opportunity to present their work through exhibition.

The residency will provide participants with 24 hours studio access. A personal G5 Macintosh computer with broadband Internet and relevant software is provided (Final Cut Pro, DVD Studio Pro, Macromedia etc.). Technical support, specialised training, information, opportunities and access to wide range of Digital Still, Video & Sound Recording equipment are on offer.

Artists' living and working in Ireland and the UK are not eligible.

Applicants must apply directly to QSS using the application form and guidelines.

Applicants must also include:
- A proposal with a project description
- Artists Statement
- Current CV
- Support material

Application form and guidelines are available by downloading from the QSS website
http://www.queenstreetstudios.net/digital_studios/international_residency.html
or on request by contacting the Digital Studios Administrator

Ruth McCullough
Digital Studios Administrator
Queen Street Studios
37-39 Queen Street
Belfast, BT1 6EA
Tel: 028 9031 2900
Fax: 028 9033 9010
E-mail: ruth@queenstreetstudios.net
www.queenstreetstudios.net
www.queenstreetstudios.net


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