The studio shares a premises with the Inagh Valley Trust which drives a number of innovative scientific research projects in the Inagh Valley. The residency offers artists an opportunity to engage with a unique environment and to be inspired by the exciting research taking place in a spectacular landscape.
Interface offers residencies of between two and four weeks, over two terms, Autumn/Winter and Winter/Spring. The resident artist has the use of a 15 m2 private space as well as access to 90 m2 shared studio space and the egg room (194m2).
The studio is 20-25km away from the various accommodation options. We wish it was otherwise, but with poor public transport options and dangerous roads a driver's license is essential. Access to the studio building is 9-17, Monday to Friday, so it is a good idea to plan your work around this. Most artists use the weekends for research and exploring the area. The region is remote and it rains a lot, these are also things to be considered when planning a residency. The residency is not suitable for children.