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The 2012 selection process for the Artistsí Residency Programme (ARP) is still ongoing. Applications will be processed as soon as possible, however due to the volume of submissions the process is taking longer than expected. Successful applicants will be scheduled to participate on the residency programme in 2013 when it resumes fully at IMMA.†
Interest in the residency has been exceptional, with over 1,000 applications received from countries around the world, including: Albania; Argentina; Armenia; Aruba; Australia; Bangladesh; Belarus; Belgium; Brazil; Bulgaria; Cameroon; Canada; Chile; China; Colombia; Croatia; Cuba; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Dominican Republic; Ecuador; Egypt; Estonia; Ethiopia; Finland; France; Georgia; Germany; Greece; Hong Kong; Hungary; Iceland; India; Indonesia; Iran; Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Jamaica; Japan; Kazakstan; Latvia; Lebanon; Lithuania; Mauritius; Mexico; Montenegro; Morocco; Nepal; New Zealand; Nigeria; Northern Ireland; Norway; Pakistan; Peru; Poland; Republic of Moldova; Romania; Russia; Saudi Arabia; Scotland; Serbia; Singapore; Slovakia; South Africa; South Korea; Spain; Switzerland; Taiwan; Tajikistan; Tanzania; Thailand; The Netherlands; The Philippines; Tunisia; Turkey; UK, Ukraine; United States; Venezuela; Vietnam and Wales.
During the refurbishment at IMMA and the short-term postponement of the Artistsí Residency Programme, IMMA is working in association with Black Church Print Studio, Ormond Studios, Richmond Road Studios, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios and Wickham Street Studios to provide working spaces for artists in the studios at IMMA.
We are delighted to announce that the following artists: Basic Space; Michelle Browne; Janine Davidson; Caroline Doolin; Mary-Jo Gilligan; Tracy Hanna; Ramon Kassam and Joan Stack have been selected for use of a studio space, for up to four months, between the period November 2012 to May 2013, at IMMA.
For any news on ARP activities, updates and related projects throughout this year please check back here.
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