HOSPITALFIELD Arts has announced details of its summer residency programme for 2013.
It will run from Sunday, June 9 to Friday, July 5.
The organisers have announced the details of the artists, writers and curators who have been selected to participate this year.
Within this programme they are offering one named place, the Cargill Writer’s Fellowship, in honour of the late Ken Cargill, former chair of the Patrick Allan-Fraser of Hospitalfield Trust. This has gone to Duncan McLaren, author of Personal Delivery and Looking For Enid. In the last year he has developed websites to reflect his long-term interest in contemporary artists, Paul Noble and George Shaw, and his even longer-term interest in author Evelyn Waugh.
Other artists taking part are Samantha Donnelly, Catrin Jeans, James Langdon, Shona Macnaughton, Laura Mansfield and Michael Mulvihill.
For more information on this or any of the events at the Arbroath arts centre visit hospitalfield.org.uk/programme/residencynews