Collaborations & Group Residencies

Tyrone Guthrie Centre is dedicated to the development of artists' work. While much of that work happens individually we recognise that collaboration is a crucial part of the creative process for many art practitioners, in particular performance and film.

Acceptance for a residency is subject to submission of an online application form. Applicants must provide proof of professional artistic achievement and should identify a specific project for which they require what Annaghmakerrig has to offer.

If you are applying as a group then one person should make the application on behalf of the group, but please provide information on all individual applicants.

Being approved as part of a group does not give you approval as an individual. Individuals must apply on their own merit.

We offer a collaborative Film Bursary to facilitate collaboration between scriptwriters and film makers, and the Dance Ireland Bursary is open to collaborative applications up to a maximum of 3 people. We also host the innovative MAKE residency which is a collaborative residency for fifteen practitioners and three international mentors.

The Tyrone Guthrie Centre has a number of spaces which are ideally suited for collaborative residencies, but we are open to other collaborative proposals.

If you wish to enquire about using the facilities at Tyrone Guthrie Centre exclusively for a large collaborative project, like MAKE, please contact the office on