Standard Residency

We are now accepting applications for residencies that take place through November 2019. ***For residencies between now and August 2019 please email first to check availability***

  • Writing / desk-based workspace
  • Visual Art  (please email for availability through Sept ’19 before applying – we are largely booked through the summer but have some availability)
  • Movement Studios (for performing artists, can also be used by non-messy visual artists)
  • Music / use of library space


  • Applications are accepted on a rolling basis for al disciplines.
  • We are sometimes able to accommodate residents on short notice – contact us about availability before applying.
  • Generally decisions will be communicated within two weeks from receipt of  application. Please do not hesitate to follow up with us if you have not heard back.
  • Duration: Two nights to three months
  • Accommodation Fees (Euro):
    • Double room (1 double bed; 1-2 guests): 
      • 35/night (2 night min)
      • 180/week
      • 675/month 
    • Triple room (1 double bed & 1 single bed; 2-3 guests):
      • 50/night (2 night min)
      • 250/week
      • 975/month
    • Please contact us for group rates. 
    • Accommodation can be seen here.
  • Once accepted there is a deposit of 50%. Negotiable for stays longer than one month. Balance to be paid at start of residency. 
  • Fees payable by cash, bank transfer, or Paypal.
  • Workspace is free and can be seen here.

Email the following to
Keep it brief! We know you want to spend your time MAKING work, not explaining it. 

The practicals:
Email Address:
Phone Number:
Mailing Address:
(If applying as a group, contact information for one personal only please)

How did you hear about Greywood Arts? 

Project title (if any):
Dates and duration you are requesting:
Second choice dates: 

Which workspace are you requesting?
For the visual art studio only – are you requesting shared or exclusive use? 

About you:
CV, Bio, or Artist Statement
2-3 Work samples sent as links or attachments
(For groups please send info on all participants and a max of 5 work samples)

Tell us about your project:
What are you working on (project description)?
How will you do it (process)?
Why are you doing it – why is this work vital?
What is the biggest challenge you are facing with the work?
Why do you want to work on it at Greywood Arts?

What are your goals for the residency?
How will you use your time?
What kind of support do you need?
Have you received other funding or residencies for this project?
Would you like to engage with the community while you’re here? If so, how?

Questions? We’re happy to speak with you before you submit your application.

Contact us at or Jessica at +353 83 845 1750

A Word version of the application can be downloaded HERE.

Participants must provide their own tools, equipment, and materials unless otherwise agreed with Greywood Arts. We are happy to help you locate and/or borrow what you need to the best of our ability. 

We are committed to developing a service that is accessible to artists.

  • We know artists are often parents, too. On a case by case basis, we may be able to accommodate families – please get in touch before applying. 
  • Any funded opportunities will be listed on our website under programmes. Currently this is limited to the Winter Writing Residency and the Artist-in-the-Community Residency. 
  • We are unable to offer financial aid at this time, but hope to add a scholarship programme as we grow. However, once accepted we are happy to write a letter of support for any applications for funding from outside sources. 
  • Looking for funding? Check the guides on Res Artis & TransArtists for resource ideas. 
  • We regret that we are not yet able to accommodate individuals with mobility disabilities. As is the nature of 250 year-old buildings, there are many stairs to navigate – bedrooms and studios are on the first and second floors (2nd/3rd floors US).