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Residencies at Caversham Press

Residencies at Caversham Press

Published in Content - Programmes
20Jul 2011


At present, all participation for Caversham Residencies is by invitation only.
Fellows are identified through existing partnerships with Institutions, Arts Councils and Organizations.
A data base is kept of other individual application information for use as and when appropriate programmes and opportunities arise.

Caversham-based Residential Fellowships
All residencies incorporate Caversham's Hourglass Process©

Caversham programmes are designed to transfer skills, inspire individuals to become agents of inspiration and change, and result in tangible products as evidence of the journey undertaken.

Creative Cultural Dialogues - these are three week theme-based residencies for four participants. They provide artists, and writers with focused time and facilitated creative interaction to share cultural diversity, personal stories, insights and images. These are used as source for inspiration and result in print-based art works for exhibition. Since 2000 in partnership with Fulton County Arts Council (GA) there have been four International Exhibitions accompanied by catalogues:

  • 2000 A Women's Vision
  • 2002 Baggage
  • 2004 Routes
  • 2007 Personal Vocabulary
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