How To Flatten A Mountain: An Arts Residency.
What: How to Flatten a Mountain is an exciting 12 days residency opportunity presented by PhotoIreland Foundation & Cow House Studios, and with the support of OPW, open to emerging and mid-career visual artists whose artistic practice in whole or part, makes use of digital and/or analogue photographic processes.The colophon of the residency is an exhibition of the works produced, presented during the PhotoIreland Festival at Rathfarnham Castle.
When: Late April to early May, coinciding with PhotoIreland Festival.
Where: Cow House Studios and Rathfarnham Castle.
Why: To empower emerging and mid-career visual artists whose artistic practice in whole or part, makes use of digital and/or analogue photographic processes.
Started: 23 May 2016.
Participating artists in 2018:
Rose Bennett, Donna Cooper Hurt, Sarah Flynn, Ana Gómez de León, Shaney Marie Herrmann, Katinka Igelberg, Daniel Orlando Lara Garcia, Nancy Libson, Sarah Pannell, Leah Raintree, Molly Ruoho, and Sofia Seguro.
Participating artists in 2017:
Benedetta Casagrande, Kate Petley, Lauren Roeder, Mike Callaghan, Nathan Harris, Patricia Howard, Roisin White, Ruth Connolly, Val Patterson, Valéry Pelletier, Yinon Avior, and Zhao Qian.
Participating artists in 2016:
Abigail Taubman, Alex Westfall, Alexandra Huddleston, Alisha Doody, Aoife Shanahan, Christopher Bleuher, Deanna M Witman, John Cullen, Julia Mejnertsen, Rixt de Boer, and Tomoko Daido.