The Fire Station: Artist in Residence is currently running the first edition of its Alumni Residency programme, bringing together artists from previous residency years to collaborate and expand their repertoire.

The residency began on 15 January and will run until 15 July. The programme ensures the Fire Station’s connection to its alumni by providing workspaces, resources and networking opportunities with visiting artists, curators and arts professionals.

by Michael Perrone
by Michael Perrone

Fire Station Deputy Director of Programmes and Exhibitions Alanoud Al Buainain said that the newly-introduced Alumni Residency is a great addition that complements the local and international residency programmes. He said that over the next few months, they are looking forward to providing a platform for participating artists to develop their practice.

Participating artists include Nayla Ahmed, Roda Al Khori, Abeer Al Kuwari, May Al Mannai, Yasser Al Mulla, Fatima Al Nuaimi, Fatma Al Remaihi, Maryam Al Semaitt and Nawar Al Mutlaq, Maryam Faraj Al Suwaidi, Alaa Bata, Sebastian Betancur-Montoya, Ryan Browning, and Hassan Manasrah, Michael Perrone and Guillaume Rouseré.

For more information about the residency programmes, visit firestation.org.qa.

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