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Great opportunity for emerging artists

Emerging new artists are being given a chance to work with internationally renowned producers in the heart of the wild Donegal hills.
 
Donegal’s premier summer event, Earagail Arts Festival and Attica Audio are offering a recording and production residential opportunity to five individuals leading up to this year’s festival (July 10-28).
 
The residential will offer participants the opportunity to collaboratively create, learn and share production and studio recording techniques at one of Ireland’s leading recording studios, www.atticaaudio.ie
 
The residency will take place from Monday, July 1 – Friday, July 5, with producers Tommy McLaughlin (Villagers, SOAK, Hannah Peel) and Rocky O’Reilly www.rockyoreilly.com (And So I Watch You From Afar, Gary Lightbody, The Wood Burning Savages)
 
Application is open to residents of ROI and NI and applicants should be
• 18 years of as of 1st July 2019
• Be available for all of the five days of the residential
 
Successful applicants will receive a small bursary towards the cost of travel and accommodation in Donegal. Use of your own vehicle is advisable.
 
To apply please send a cover letter with your contact details and CV, including a portfolio of your work (demos, etc), to info@eaf.ie by May 24, 2019.
 
Please be advised that any materials submitted for consideration will not be returned.
 
Acceptance to the residential will be subject to contract and T&C.
 

 

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