Current Residents

Artists, writers, musicians... each season different residents carry out their own research and participate in CCI's cultural programme 

The combination of living and working in historic and atmospheric surroundings, in one of the most culturally diverse cities in the world, is of undeniable benefit to each artist in residence as well as an important means of channelling a wealth of artistic influence towards Ireland and its creative community.

Genevieve Howard

Genevieve Howard 

September - December 2017

en partenariat avec Design & Crafts Council of Ireland et Les Ateliers de Paris
La créatrice dublinoise Genevieve Howard a déjà présenté ses magnifiques bijoux en papier en Irlande, ainsi qu’aux Pays-Bas, aux Etats-Unis et en Australie. Egalement harpiste et pianiste accomplie, Genevieve aime à mêler ses deux passions. A Paris, elle créera une nouvelle collection inspirée des compositeurs Bunting et Ravel, parmi d’autres.


Conor Horgan

Conor Horgan 

November - December 2017

Conor Horgan est photographe, scénariste et réalisateur. Son premier film, One Hundred Mornings, a été acclamé et récompensé de par le monde. Son dernier en date, le documentaire The Queen of Ireland, a établi un nouveau record au box-office à sa sortie en 2015. Pendant son séjour parisien, Conor développera plusieurs projets de films et travaillera sur une série de portraits photographiques.

CinéCCI : The Queen of Ireland 14/11/2017


Karl Burke

Karl Burke 

November - December 2017

Born in Dublin, Karl Burke is a photographer whose work explores the underlying threads connecting science, the self and notions of reality. He often uses historical or experimental photographic processes as tools to investigate sociological and cultural phenomena. Winner of the Grand Prix award at Fotofestiwal Łódź in 2013, his work has been exhibited and published internationally. During his residence, he will research a new cycle of work inspired by the centenary of the November 1917 publication of the terms of the Sykes-Picot agreement which outlined the division of the Arab provinces of the Ottoman empire into areas of French and British authority in the event of a successful conclusion to the First World War.


Adrian Crowley

Adrian Crowley 

November - December 2017

Singer, songwriter and recording artist Adrian Crowley grew up in Galway and is now based in Dublin. He was awarded the Choice Music Prize for album of the year in 2010 for ‘Season Of The Sparks’. His fourth album ‘Long Distance Swimmer' was named as The Irish Independent album of the year and his eighth album is to be released in October 2017. Crowley has written scores for independent Irish feature films and shorts and also collaborates with Ireland’s leading contemporary ensemble, Crash Ensemble. During his residency, he intends to develop a new song-cycle incorporating images and sung/semi-spoken passages.

Photo : ©Steve Gullick

Louise Lowe

Louise Lowe 

November - December 2017

Les productions de Louise Lowe et sa compagnie ANU ont été jouées dans de nombreux festivals et maintes fois primées, notamment aux Irish Times Theatre Awards. Citons par exemple These Rooms, Laundry, World’s End Lane ou Basin. Pendant sa résidence, Louise travaillera sur une nouvelle œuvre délivrant un état de la nation et la société irlandaises sur fond de secrets, scandales et corruptions.


Fearghus O Conchúir

Fearghus O Conchúir 

December - December 2017

Fearghus O Conchúir est chorégraphe et directeur artistique de The Casement Project. Collaborant fréquemment avec des artistes d’autres disciplines, son travail promeut la danse comme une forme de connaissance et un moyen d’imaginer et incarner de nouvelles possibilités pour les corps, en solo ou à plusieurs. C’est justement cette voie qu’il souhaite poursuivre durant son séjour parisien.

Photo: ©Matthew Thompson