News from the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig

Announcement: Two New Bursaries in the Visual Arts: The Anita Young Bursaries for Mid-Career Artists

Announcement: Two New Bursaries in the Visual Arts: The Anita Young Bursaries for Mid-Career Artists

Watercolour artist, Anita Young, was born in Mansfield, England, and trained at the Central School of Art and Design in London. She taught for sixteen years in London, and exhibited regularly in art centres and galleries in England, Ireland, and later in New Zealand. A regular visitor to the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, Anita Young left us a generous bequest in her will. Her bequest contained stipulations that we have carried out according to her instructions, and as a result, we at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre are delighted to announce the arrival of two new bursaries for mid-career painters.    In association with the RUA, Belfast, we are proud to announce the Anita Young Bursary for a mid-career painter, the winner of which will be chosen from among all mid-career painters exhibiting in the RUA annual exhibition (members, invited artists, and selected artists). The bursary offers a two week residency, with the use of a studio, at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, with travel costs awarded by the RUA. The Anita Young Bursary for a Mid-Career Painter in Association with the Tyrone Guthrie Centre and the RUA will run for five years. The first winner will be selected at the annual RUA exhibition in 2021, and will take up their bursary in 2022.   In association the RHA, Dublin, we are proud to announce the Anita Young Bursary for a mid-career painter, the winner of which will be chosen from among all those exhibiting in the annual RHA exhibition (members, invited artists, and selected artists). The bursary offers two weeks, with the use of a studio, at the Tyrone Guthrie Centre, with travel costs awarded by the RHA. The Anita Young Bursary for a Mid-Career Painter in Association with the Tyrone Guthrie Centre and the RHA will run for five years. The first winner will be selected at the annual RHA exhibition in 2021, and will take up their bursary in 2022.   The painting illustrating this announcement is The Allihies, by Anita Young, watercolour on paper. Reproduced with permission of Anita Young's family. We offer grateful thanks to Anita Young and her family for her kind bequest to the Tyrone Guthrie Centre at Annaghmakerrig.  read more

Covid 19 Update: 3 March 2021

The Tyrone Guthrie Centre remains temporarily closed owing to Covid 19. We will reopen as soon as we are given the go ahead to do so safely.  Meantime, whether you are a new Resident, or a returning Resident, owing to the necessity to be fair to everyone, we are not taking bookings by telephone. We are creating waiting lists so that we can accommodate new Residents, those with bursaries from 2019/20/21, and those who would like to return. Please email director@tyroneguthie.ie and info@tyroneguthrie.ie and respond to the questionaire on the email responder. We will then put you on our waiting list. Please also note that we have introduced online prepayment. Residents will be invoiced, and a booking fee will be required which will confirm your dates, followed by full payment at least two weeks prior to arrival. For those with booking fees in place prior to our changeover to online payment, we will be in touch with you during the month of March 2021. We very much look forward to welcoming you, or welcoming you back to the Tyrone Guthrie Centre as soon as we possibly can. read more