Sculpture Workshop Award

Applications are now welcome for our 2022 Practice Awards

OPEN CALL: FSAS 2022 Sculpture Practice Awards
The primary focus of the 2022 Sculpture and Digital Media Practice awards (formerly Bursary Awards) is for artists to develop and refine their practice. An awareness of our facilities, resources and artistic programme is helpful to artists making an application. 
Support and guidance will be provided by our digital media, sculpture workshop, curatorial and administrative teams. Awarded artists will also be profiled in our annual FILE NOTE publication.
Information on the Sculture Practice Awards
We are looking for artists who want to experiment with new materials and / or access the particular facilities of the sculpture workshop.
This award offers full time access to a bay in the sculpture workshop.
This award offers scheduled access to a bay in the sculpture workshop for up to three months.
A stipend of €600 will be contributed.
Support will be provided by the Workshop Manager, alongside our curatorial and administrative team.
See our full list of our sculpture workshop equipment
To appy for a place please submit:
 - A short statement specifying what you wish to gain during your time here 
 - A short project plan
 - A current CV (3 page maximum) or short bio
 - Up to 5 images of recent work / research with captions
 - Up to three video links - maximum 3 minutes duration each
Materials can be sent in a single PDF preferably and/or via online transfer to: artadmin[at] with the email subject: 'Sculpture Practice Awards 2022'
Closing date for applications: 5pm on 8 October 2021 
Late applications will not be accepted.
Email enquiries: artadmin[at] 

FSAS 2021 Sculpture Bursary Awardees: Aideen Farrell and Deirdre O'Mahony

FSAS 2020 Sculpture Bursary Awards: Katherine Sankey and Elaine O'Dea