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Mauser EcoHouse International Artist Residency

Come to magical Costa Rica and be inspired and renewed!

Now is the time to schedule your residency.

Strengthen your mind, body and spirit by immersing yourself in nature. Let the clean water, air and sunshine be your medicine.

Our Eco-Conscious Artist Residency is the perfect place for all types of nature loving artists to come get healthy and be creative.

The Residency is a luxurious 6,000 sq. ft. Spanish villa that sits on 1.5 acres of land. It is located within a small community in the mountains. Surrounding us is the jungle, breathtaking views, and miles of dirt roads and trails to meander, run or hike, and explore. There is a family owned restaurant, Mirador Donde Andrés, that serves delicious food with a fantastic atmosphere only a 20 minute walk away.

The program focuses on furnishing artists with healthy gourmet delicious vegetarian meals (breakfast and dinner 5 days a week with ingredients that are either grown on site or locally and sustainably sourced), comfortable and beautiful accommodations, ample work space and serene surroundings so that individual or group projects can can flourish.

You will be surrounded by dozens of different species of birds, butterflies, insects, flowers and plants. It is common to have toucans, scarlet macaws, monkeys, coatis, and sloths pass through. There is a stream that runs through the lower half of the property.

We are blessed with phenomenal sunrises and sunsets and marvelous natural light all day.

Our yard is filled with edible fruits like plantains, papayas, and lemons. We have a working greenhouse and grow produce and herbs on site. You can help yourself! We have lemongrass, mint, stevia, holy and purple basil to name a few.

Heather, our on-site artist and resident manager welcomes and delights in giving tours of the property's sustainable features, including the medicinal and tropical plants.

There is a library of books at the Residency to learn about permaculture, sustainability, and Costa Rican wildlife and plants.

We plan trips to the beach, Manuel Antonio National Park, Monkey Mangrove Tour, Cacao Farms, waterfalls (including Rainmaker), cloud forests, volcanos, and nature reserves (available for an additional cost).

Accommodations:

3 private rooms, each with matrimonial bed and private bathroom

1 communal bedroom with 2 XL bunk beds (pillow top mattresses), attached large bathroom with Jacuzzi

Beds made by local artisan from wood repurposed from fallen trees

Natural cooling in each bedroom provided by ceiling fans

Covered wrap around veranda provides artists with 2 hammocks for relaxing, reflecting or meditating in the cool evening jungle breeze while enjoying a glass of fresh mint lemongrass lemonade

This is the ideal location for nature/landscape photographers/painters/dancers/music composers/sculptors/jewelry designers/writers/poets/plein air/visual/multi-media and installation artists.

We have a variety of power tools, drills, electric saws, wrenches, screw drivers, machetes and a Dremel available for use

Main Studio 20 ft x22 ft with up to 4 spaces available with large wooden doors with view to the backyard gardens

Open air studios on covered veranda overlooking jungle

Writer's private room studio with desk and chair, matrimonial bed & attached bathroom facing our butterfly garden

Duration of residency:
2 weeks to 3 months (longer stays available on approval)
Cost:
$18-56 a day depending on length of stay and shared or private room

Included in cost:
Shuttle service to and from airport (SJO) on the 1st, 15th and last day of the month
Free wifi, weekly maid service, fully equipped community kitchen
Continental self-serve breakfast Monday-Friday. Includes some of the following: eggs, beans, rice, bread, butter, jam, fruit, granola, oatmeal, plantains, potatoes, yogurt, cheese, coffee, tea, and sugar
Prepared gourmet vegetarian meal at 5pm Monday thru Friday
Trips to the grocery store, local fruit/vegetable stands and Farmer's Markets
We have a variety of power tools, drills, electric saws, wrenches, screw drivers, machetes and a Dremel available for use

We welcome applicants from all races, cultures and lifestyles.

Deadline: 
04/01/2021

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Open Call for Artist-in-Residence 2021-2022

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OPEN CALL FOR ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE 2021-2022

Application deadline: March 31, 2021 | Notifications: April 30, 2021

KUNSTRAUM is calling for submissions for our 2021-2022 Artist-in-Residence Program.

Kunstraum is a community for artists by artists, aiming to redefine the way artists and curators collaborate. Our program seeks to explore the relationships between artists and curators by opening up our gallery space to those interested in exploring unconventional and engaging ideas and taking risks. 

Our Artist-in-Residency program offers 3-month long artist residencies for national and international artists in a quarterly cycle. For 2021, we have two open spots, one from April-June and the other from July-September. In 2022, these 3-month periods are from January-March, April-June, July-September, and October-December with multiple spots available for each term.

All resident artists are invited to pursue their independent projects, interact with our steady community of artists, designers and filmmakers as well as mingle with the incoming artists and curators of our ongoing exhibition program and participate in the Studio Visits and Annual Members Show. To learn more about Kunstraum, please visit our website and Instagram. Each residency includes:

A studio space inside our subdivided lofts with 24/7 access (workspace only no living);

Access to our gallery space (4-5 exhibitions a year) and participation in our Annual Members Show, including professional documentation;

Sales opportunities via an online gallery for the duration of 6 months with your participation in our members show;

A great artist community to meet and interact with;

Monthly studio visits by 1-2 New York curators, gallerists, critics, art advisers (full list on the “About” page of our website);

Bimonthly Zoom-in Studio Visits with our Curator-in-Residence and artist community;

Social media promotion and a feature of your work on our website;

Access to our internal monthly newsletter, which includes news, events, an open call list with exhibition, grant and residency opportunities;

Community events in which all resident artists are invited to attend:

These community events vary and include gallery openings, curator walkthrough, discussions, salons and open studios. They are a great way to meet our steady community of artists, designers and filmmakers as well as mingle with incoming artists and curators of our ongoing exhibition program.

The studio spaces have 24/7 access with 13ft ceilings, a freight elevator, slop sink, secure Wifi, and are used for non-toxic materials only–all painters work on non-toxic basis. Blick Art Supply, hardware stores, post office, print shops, supermarkets, restaurants, and delis are just 1.5 blocks away, and Home Depot is as close as 10 blocks.

No living is included. The resident artist is responsible to find their own living arrangements. Referrals to short-term listings can be provided.

Fees:

The residency fee is $600 per month for a 3-month term and following starting dates 4/1/2021; 7/1/2021; 1/1/2022; 4/1/2022; 7/1/2022; 10/1/2022

KUNSTRAUM is born out of a necessity to create community and foster collaboration between artists, architects, curators, designers, filmmakers, and writers. The KUNSTRAUM model features excellent studio locations, networking, research opportunities, and discourse for creative production. After successfully inaugurating our first space in New York as of February 2015, we seek to expand to Berlin. Kunstraum’s global identity is designed to offer and promote an international community, mobility, and visibility in the visual arts. Recent press coverage includes Communication Arts, Creator’s Project, Huffington Post, Artnet News, Interview Magazine, Art F City, Artnet News, and Musée Magazine. With "Video Shop," a project at NADA New York, Kunstraum won the 2016 Artfair Goers Award and best booth.

Prizes Details: 

To Apply:

Please submit all materials through the Google Form here. A selection of candidates will be contacted for interviews.

Please Include the following:

Statement of Motivation with starting date/s - 250 word;

Statement on private or public funding plan - 100 word;

Portfolio with max. 10 pages with 10-20 images;

Optional: 2 links to 1-2 mins video excerpts (specify cue in and out);

CV with max, 10 pages;

Links to website, Instagram, recent exhibition or press;

Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Deadline: 
03/31/2021

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Tough Art @ Home

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The Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh (CMP) is dedicated to fostering the talent and innovation of artists as experience makers. The Tough Art Residency Program, that began in 2007, was approaching its 14th year of existence this summer. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the residency had to be canceled for 2020 season.   

In light of that, we began to consider how we might engage our audience while the Museum remains closed. The Museum is always committed to working with artists to present excellent contemporary art to our visitors. Every year artists are invited to work with the museum through a multitude of programs and projects, and the Museum is committed to continuing this mission throughout the closure.  

Thinking about the possibilities during this age of online engagement, the fact that we aren't having in-person residencies, or even open to the public for visitors to interact with our current art installations, we were inspired to find a way to connect artists with our audience, and vice versa.  

This has prompted a call-for-artists who are interested in making their work accessible to CMP’s audience. The challenge is for artists to create an art making activity related in some way to their artwork/process that would inspire a do-it-yourself project for people to create wherever they may be.  

 

Residency Goals:

  • Create a do-it-yourself (D.I.Y.) art making project for people to do, wherever they may be, that relates to and is inspired by the artist’s work 
  • Work collaboratively with Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh staff to create and develop an engaging artmaking activity that continues the Museum’s mission during closure 
  • Give artists a platform on CMP’s website and social media platforms to share their work and reach a potentially new audience, which in turn, provides new avenues of art exploration for the Museum. 

Logistics:

The residency offers a $200 artist stipend, that will be awarded to 5 artists. 

Artists will be asked to work with CMP staff during the timeframe of late-September 2020 through October 2020, online, to produce a final product that will be disseminated to CMP networks beginning November 2020. This will be available through CMP’s web presence (websites, social media platforms, etc.) as a digital download/link.  

Deadline & Notification:

Applications must be received by 11:59 pm on September 6, 2020. Selected Artists will be announced September 18th, 2020. 

If Selected:

Artists will work with the project manager to produce:  

Image of example of project 

Visual representation of materials needed for creation 

Step-by-step instructions (can be drawn images, pictures, video, etc.) for the D.I.Y. art making project

*1-3 days of work is estimated for this residency.  

 

Deadline: 
09/06/2020

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REMOTE INSTRUCTIONAL RESIDENCY

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REMOTE INSTRUCTIONAL RESIDENCY

Crossed by the current context, we think in the necessity of researching the possibilities of the artistic work, bounded by the social distancing provisions we look for alternatives of coexistence through the artistic activation of our Shop- Window. Different voices have drawn our attention to the increasing vigilance and control by the state and society in general.

Instructional Residency is proposed as an artistic device of visibility and reflection on the current context and its consequences, based on the appearance in the public space in a situation of isolation / social distancing due to the pandemic. Using the space of a commercial showcase beside the street, Belgrado’s Shop-Window becomes a device of aseptic exhibition, isolated from the viewers, the passers by that walk the Belgrano Avenue in the City of Buenos Aires.

We invite artists to send their proposals to carry out their work remotely in the Belgrado’s Shop-Window. The proposals will be sent as instructions, and Casa Belgrado team will carry out the works based on the artistic instructions of the selected proposals, (subject to) the human and technical resources of the space.

FIELDS OF CREATION

Site Specific, transdisciplinary transit between contemporary performing practices, performance, movement, theater and its possible expansions, to sound, multimedia and audiovisual art. We embrace intersections and experiences in hybrid formats of composition and presentation close to the idea of post-discipline.

Social isolation – body – home – virus and pandemic – control and surveillance devices – posthumanism – interior- exterior – dystopian futures.

The selected projects will have three encounters via zoom before the realization of the piece-instructive:

  1. -General presentation
  2. -Technical and artistic direction meeting
  3. -Technical and artistic tunning

Important considerations:

The residency has no cost for the artist

The pieces will take place totally inside the Belgrado’s Shop-Window

The exhibition of the pieces can last between 3 hours and 4 days

The access of the public to the Shop-Window will not be allowed

The costs of necessary materials and additional resources are the responsibility of the artist.

The realization of the pieces includes the audiovisual recording of them and their divulgation on social media

All details and incidentals not mentioned in this convocatory will be resolved in dialogue with Casa Belgrado’s team.

The human and material resources will be available for the proposals

The proposals will be received until july 31

The selected projects will be announced the first week of August.

The selected projects will be exhibited during 2020. Doubts and queries to espaciobelgrado@gmail.com

 

Human Resources
(Performers / Technicians Available)

MARCO NORZAGARAY.

Performing creator, born in Mexico City in 1982. His work is crossed by theater and documentary, the expanded scene and the artistic activism in territories marked by violence. Currently he works in the project “Ternura radical” (Radical tenderness), a scenic research of affective relations from a non binary perspective, reflecting on feminist, queer and decolonial thoughts.

CYNTHIA PINEDA /xinpi_

Interdisciplinary creator, she works mainly in the field of

contemporary performing arts and cultural management, artistically exploring diverse territories and formats as installation, performance and puppet theater. Body, objects and their poetic power are the gravitational center of her research, her work deals with themes around visibility of violence and the idea of act-memory. Currently researchs in the creation of better proposals through tenderness and the activation of affections.

JUAN CAMILO CASTELBLANCO DÍAZ

Electrical technician in audiovisual media and stage productions. Professional advertiser. Born in Bogotá COLOMBIA. Artist by vocation and researcher of the movement on stage. He works as a technician of different tools in production and post production. In his work behind the scenes, from Art Assistance and Photography Direction, he has made different proposals of work in Artistic Language Crossing, and participated in different film and commercial productions.

Material Resources:

Viewsonic projector Pa503x
Led projector
Audio console, 4 channels, 2 speakers Projection screen

Basic lighting equipment

 

Characteristics of the space and regulations for use

The selected proposals will be exhibited in Hall 1 of Belgrado’s

Shop-Window, which measures 4.25 x 5.25 m.

The large window that faces the street measures 3.00mt x 2.10

Carpet floor.

The use of fire, liquids, or corrosive, toxic or combustible substances is prohibited.

Drilling into walls is prohibited

Deadline: 
08/03/2020

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AiR Carpintarias 2020

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CSL - Carpintarias de São Lázaro launch their third Fine Arts artist residency named AiR Carpintarias 2020, counting with the financial support of Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. This AiR aims to foster the exchange between Lisbon and the rest of the world, giving direct access to the cultural and artistic life in the Portuguese capital, being open to all interested foreign artists / artist duos and non-residents in Portugal. Artists of all stages and areas are accepted. Deadline for applications is June 30, 2020. The residency will start in the beginning of September 2020, and is a 3-months residency. This residency is a cooperation with the Gulbenkian Foundation, confirmed by the Grant “Bolsa Gulbenkian/CSL”. The artist receives a monthly 1000 EUR for accommodation, living and production costs, a travel fee and accidents insurance.

Deadline: 
06/30/2020
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Cotangent Awarded Residency Summer 2020 - Open Call

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Tangent Projects are very excited to announce that we are seeking applicants for its Cotangent Awarded Residency Programme Summer 2020. Due to the current situation with the Covid 19 pandemic, we are only able to offer a studio for 6 weeks to an artist, curator, researcher or writer based in Barcelona Province.

We are offering a free studio space for six weeks (July 18th to August 29th) to one artist or two-person collective. The residency programme is open to visual artists, curators, researchers and writers that would like a dedicated space to research or work on a particular project. We do not expect completed works to be made.

What Tangent Projects offers:
A free studio approx 9m with 24-hour access.
A bright comfortable communal space for relaxing and meetings with other artists, curators, gallerists etc.
A community of friendly artists.
On hand curatorial support.
An onsite gallery with an exciting and expansive schedule

Deadline: 
06/20/2020
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