IMMA x DAS
IMMA is delighted to be joining this dynamic and exciting creative collective as lead cultural institution partner. The gift of four studios from the Dean to IMMA has enabled IMMA to extend its Residency Programme by awarding year-long residencies at the Dean Art Studios to Elayne Harrington, Thais Muniz, Salvatore of Lucan, and Brian Teeling.
Supporting artists in the provision of space for research and making as well as display has always been central to IMMA’s mission. IMMA and the Dean have forged a strong partnership over the past five years and it fantastic to be able to develop this collaboration further. Annie Fletcher, Director, IMMA
NCAD x DAS
We cannot emphasise enough the positive effects of having a springboard such as the Dean Art Studios residency can have on a student’s creative career.
As a fine art institution in Ireland, we stand by the prospective interaction with industry leaders. Fur-ther to this we are fully aware of the longstanding engagement the Press-Up group has with the arts in Ireland. This partnership is a unique opportunity for our graduates to grow alongside an ever-changing art market.
SCOOP x DAS
ABOUT THE SCOOP FOUNDATION
The SCOOP Foundation is a developmental organisation committed to empowering displaced and marginalised youth to fulfil their potential in Ireland and abroad.
We aim to provide impactful programmes and projects to young people living in refugee camps in Iraqi Kurdistan and Direct Provision centres in Ireland. SCOOP works in partnership with local communities and grassroots organisations to help
improve the lives of the most vulnerable.
DAS X SCOOP FOUNDATION
Since 2009, the SCOOP Foundation has been active with the Irish Arts community and is committed to supporting art-focused programmes and projects. We are excited to announce our new partnership with The Dean Arts Studios for our next Artist Residency programme starting in October 2022.
SCOOP ARTIST RESIDENCY
The SCOOP Artist Residency is a learning opportunity that allows a selected artist the space and resources to focus on their practice, create artworks, develop new skills and channel creativity. This residency is available to artists currently or previously living in the Direct Provision system in Ireland. Candidates may or may not self-identify as refugees, migrants, or asylum-seekers.