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.

Danny Diamond

Danny Diamond 

May - June 2019

A fiddle player based in Dublin, Danny Diamond’s collaborations with Irish writers have led to him turn his hand to writing song lyrics as well. He will use his time in Paris to arrange, compose and record music for a new project investigating community, place, digital alienation, and contemporary Irish identity. 

Event with artist:
Chapel Sessions - Double Bill autour du fiddler Danny Diamond
Thursday 6 June at 7.30pm


Elaine Grainger

Elaine Grainger 

June - August 2019

In partnership with RDS et Mason Hayes & Curran
Elaine Grainger won the prestigious RDS Visual Arts Award in 2018 which includes a 3-month residency here at CCI. Her artworks hover between two and three dimensions and are connected through the positioning of the viewer. While in Paris, she will explore the city and use it as a base to make site-sensitive interventions.


Amanda Feery

Amanda Feery 

July - July 2019

En partenariat avec Contemporary Music Centre
Amanda Feery is an Irish composer writing for acoustic, electronic, and improvisatory commissions. During her residency, she intends to record a collection of piano improvisations that start on the CCI chapel piano and move out to publicly accessible pianos in Paris forming an audio map of the city.


Cóilín O Dubhghaill

Cóilín O Dubhghaill 

August - August 2019

In partnership with Design & Crafts Council of Ireland
A silversmith and academic, Cóilín O Dubhghaill will be conducting research into historical French dinanderie metalwork and the practice of contemporary metalworkers during his residency. He will also begin developing the design of a new metalwork collection for exhibition in 2020.