Our inbound residencies gives international practitioners the opportunity to temporarily relocate to Derry-Londonderry where they can undertake research, produce new projects, and build their professional network. We are currently developing new opportunities for our inbound residency programme and are not open for applications at this stage. Please subscribe to our newsletter or check the website regularly for updates.

Inbound Residents:

Andrea Francke

Andrea Francke was born in Peru and is currently based in London. She is currently developing two main research projects. Invisible spaces of parenthood: A collection of … More

Jesse Jones | Winter 2012/13

Jesse Jones’s practice reflects and re-presents historical moments of collective resistance and dissent. In her films and videos, she explores the gesture of the revolutionary action and … More

Miguel Amado | 2011/12

Miguel Amado is the curator of the Portuguese Pavilion at the 2013 Venice Biennial. He has been a curator for institutions such as Tate St Ives in … More

Andrew Dodds | Summer 2012

Belfast-born artist Andrew Dodds is currently based in London. He is particularly noted for his collaborative works researching our historical and cultural relationship with ‘nature’, landscape, voice … More

Seamus Nolan | Summer 2012

Dublin-based artist Seamus Nolan has exhibited his often socially engaged projects nationally and internationally, including at the Terminal Convention, in association with the National Sculpture Factory, Cork, … More

Maiko Tanaka | Summer 2012

Amsterdam-based curator Maiko Tanaka takes up her practice as a public, political and collective form of research enabling the production of new subjectivities and aesthetic forms. Between … More

Johan Tirén | Summer 2012

Stockholm-based Johan Tirén’s practice stems from an avid interest in social and economical issues. Educated at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts and Malmö Art Academy, … More