Artist in residence opportunities – deadline 21 April 2021

National arts charity Drake Music are looking for three artists in residence to join The DM Collective, a national game-changing Artist Development programme that is run by, created for, and developed with, Disabled musicians.

The successful candidates will embed within the DM team, develop their creative practice and help to develop the organisation.

The roles are open to more established musicians/artists who identify as Disabled.

Find out more information and how to apply


Artist-in-residence opportunity, St John’s Waterloo – deadline 1 December 2020

St John’s Waterloo have launched Waterloo Well, a programme of creative and wellbeing activities for homeless and vulnerable people, and are looking for an artist to work within a local homelessness centre to set-up and run a creative programme of activities. This programme will be drawn up by the artist themselves in communication with the team at the day-centre who can advise, from their own experiences. At the end of the residency, St John’s Waterloo shall seek to exhibit the collaborative work created by the artist and the centre’s guests at Waterloo Festival 2021

Applications open for Artists in Residence for Drake Music – deadline 4 December 2019

The Drake Music team is looking for experienced Disabled musicians to fill three Artists in Residence positions

Sing to Beat Parkinson’s, Suffolk – 27-28 January 2020

Sing to Beat Parkinson’s are holding their fourth annual training residency at Snape Maltings. The course offers a unique and specialist opportunity for musicians and emerging artists to gain invaluable experience and a toolkit to run a Singing Group for people with Parkinson's and their carers, friends and families. 

The Wellcome Hub Award: £1m over two years for a health-related research project


Outside In artist residency CGP London – deadline 10 December 2018

Applications are now open for 'Park Life', for artists based in Greater London. The residency has been developed collaboratively by Outside In, the Bethlem Gallery and CGP London.

Waterford Healing Arts Trust artist-in-residence – deadline 31 March

WHAT (Waterford Healing Arts Trust) invites applications from artists of all arts disciplines for a six month residency based at University Hospital Waterford. WHAT has been running an Artist in Residence programme since 1994 as a means of engaging hospital users in contemporary arts practice and offering opportunities to emerging artists for professional development within a healthcare context.

Deadline for applications: 31 March 2016

Briefing session: 14 March 2016

Artist residency – Stockholm – deadline 19 May 2014

Stockholm City Council, Art Department is offering six artist residencies as part of an exchange between artists and life science researchers. The exchange is part of a larger urban development project in Stockholm. The aim of the artists' involvement is to provide reflection and a critical approach to the research context. Life science is an emerging area of ​​research where different disciplines in medicine, engineering and biology interact.

Conversation Clubs Artist Residency Opportunity – deadline 22 September

Creative Health CIC and Wolverhampton Arts and Heritage Service have secured funding for the project Conversation Clubs. Running in locations around Wolverhampton older people will have the opportunity to attend a regular group led by trained reminiscence staff and volunteers.

Artist in Residence, Cheshire East Arts, Heritage & Cultural Services – deadline 14 September

Cheshire East Arts, Heritage & Cultural services is looking to appoint an Artist in Residence for this year’s Big Draw initiative. The successful applicant will be based at a sports venue during October half term to facilitate a programme of community arts activities, helping to promote health and wellbeing to the wider community through participation in the arts. They will also be required to curate/present work produced for a celebration Open Day event in early November.


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