HOME x Cob Artist Studio Residency and Exhibition Opportunity - Supported by Glossier
HOME by Ronan Mckenzie and Cob Gallery are excited to present our first Artist Studio Residency and Exhibition; in celebration of Cob’s 10 year anniversary and opening of their new artist studios. This residency has been created specifically to support Black, Indigenous and People of Colour Women-Identifying Artists.
Inspired by HOME’s inaugural exhibition WATA by Joy Yamusangie and Ronan Mckenzie, we are interested in how sharing a space can inform the work of two practitioners working across different mediums and from alternate perspectives. This residency will offer two artists free studio space for six weeks, followed by an exhibition in the studio and online at homebyrm.space. Artists are invited to work collaboratively or independently for the duration of this residency, and may apply individually or in a pair.
We invite artists working across all types of visual and audio arts, including research and archival projects.
Residency Address: Cob, 205 Royal College Street, London, NW1 0SG
Each artist will receive: Artist Fee: £2400 and Materials Budget: £750
Entries Open: 19th March 10:00 GMT
Entries Close: 11th April 18:00 GMT
Artists Notified: Monday 3rd May
Studio Induction Week: Beginning 10th May
Residency: 17th May - 28th June
Exhibition: 8th - 22nd July
If you have any questions or need any further support with your application, please contact email@example.com.
We would like to extend an extra special thank you to Glossier for supporting us in making the Artist Fee and Materials budget possible for this residency.
HOME x Cob
About Cob Gallery: Founded in 2011, Cob has established its reputation due to its dedication to artists at the emergent stage of their careers, and its predominantly female list of represented artists. The exhibition and international fair programme is committed to distinctive voices in traditional fields of enquiry and mediums - with a particular focus on London-based artists working in drawing and painting. The gallery regularly hosts talks and events, and supports artist editions and publications.