Residencies

Artists are offered time, space, materials and access to specialised knowledge. Based in two large (34m²), well-lit and fully equipped artists’ studios, Griffin Gallery Residencies share the same floor as the Innovation & Development laboratory of Winsor & Newton, Liquitex and Conté à Paris.  

Designed to enable practitioners to investigate any aspect of Fine Art materials and innovate in their use, our residencies encourage artists to experiment with applications and develop their understanding of the composition and interaction of materials.

Engaging with artists and students in the UK and abroad, Griffin Gallery Residencies has a range of access points.

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Project Based

Griffin Gallery invite short term projects that focus on exploring materials through their composition, interaction or application. Also considered are projects engaging with another area of business within the Studio Building such as the Innovation and Development laboratory; the brand teams and Griffin Gallery.

Closed for applications

Griffin Art Prize

Designed to have a meaningful impact on the career of one emerging artist, the Griffin Art Prize offers one outstanding candidate a self-contained apartment, exclusive use of a large studio and materials of choice from the Fine Art brands, enabling the winning artist to develop their practise over a three month period in spring 2017.

Apply here from April 2016

Current residency:
Ana Milenkovic

The Fine Art Collective

The Fine Art Collective (TFAC) is a global social network for artists with art materials at its heart. Griffin Gallery supports TFAC with a residency opportunity enabling members to realise projects or undertake research otherwise unfeasible in their place of study or work. 

Successful applicants will be nominated by their host institution through TFAC manager in their country.

International Residencies

Offering an international artist a three month residency including travel and living expenses, exclusive use of a studio, materials of choice, accommodation and a mentoring programme in association with ACAVA.  Designed as an ‘ice-breaker’ introduction to life as an artist in London, the international artist can make work and develop personal and professional relations in the contemporary art capital of the world.

In 2016 successful candidates will be nominated by a committee of curators through Residency Unlimited based in New York City.