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Open call: Saari Residence 2022

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The Saari Residence, maintained by Helsinki-based Kone Foundation, is an international residence located in Mynämäki, Southwest Finland. It offers an excellent opportunity for professional artists of all disciplines and nationalities to focus undisturbed on creative work in the scenic surroundings of a rural manor house, as well the chance to interact with other residents.

Ecological sustainability, which includes social and mental sustainability, is an essential aspect of the thinking and the activities of the residence. An ecological approach is not a criterion in the artists’ selection process: the ecological focus is on residence activities.

The Saari Residence has been able to be operate despite the coronavirus pandemic. Some residencies have taken place remotely, but if the coronavirus situation allows, the Saari Residence will provide its usual residencies in Mynämäki, Finland in 2022.

The Saari Residence hosts approximately 35–50 residents or workgroups each year. Since the residency opened in 2008, nearly 600 artists from 50 different countries have participated in the program.

THE SAARI RESIDENCE OFFERS:

A grant. An individual residency spanning two months includes accommodation, a workroom and a monthly grant, the sum of which is determined by the applicant’s experience (€2,500/€3,000/€3,600 per month). The purpose of the grant is to cover the costs of living, travel and other expenses. Groups can apply for grant and support for travel expenses for a work period of two to four weeks.

Support for slow travel. “Slow travel” refers to travel that avoids flying in favour of more ecologically unsustainable means of transportation. You can apply for slow travel support if you are arriving at the Saari Residence from outside of Finland and travelling out of Finland upon departure. If the journey takes more than a week in total, you may also apply for a work grant such travel.

Accommodation. The Saari Residence apartments have a kitchen or kitchenette with basic amenities, and one of the buildings has a shared kitchen. Each resident has an apartment to themselves, including an en suite shower and toilet. Groups stay in more compact accommodations and often share apartments.

Working space. The Barn at the Saari Residence has been renovated as a diverse workspace for various artistic practices. The building contains a dance studio, two studios for visual artists, a sewing machine and a woodworking shop. The rooms for literary work are located in the apartments.
The residence does not have a darkroom, media room or equipment for printing, pottery, graphics or textile work. Artists may also apply for a residency for the planning stage of their work.
Groups working at the residence during summer months may also work in the unheated outbuildings. Residents will not have to share workspaces with others.

A peaceful working environment. The Saari Residence is located in a tranquil rural setting surrounded by nature, situated on the shore of Mynälahti, 30 km north of Turku. The diverse workspaces and peaceful countryside surroundings provide a productive setting for focusing on one’s work. The Saari Residence is not intended for networking within the field of art or for hosting exhibitions or performances. No exhibition or performance is required at the end of the residency period.

The opportunity to meet other artists. The Saari Residence is also a meeting place for artists and researchers. The two-month individual residency periods, which typically host seven artists from different fields and a researcher working under a Kone Foundation grant, provide plenty of opportunities for interaction that crosses the boundaries between both different art forms and the arts and sciences. At the same time, the Saari Residence offers a peaceful and unique setting where residents can focus on their work. The Saari Residence’s Community Artist works at the residence throughout the year.

Mentoring programme. We offer every artist at the Saari Residence two mentoring sessions carried out through a remote connection during their two-month residency. Our mentors are key professionals in their fields of art who live in Finland. They have a career spanning at least a couple decades and are skilled listeners and conversationalists. Each one also has a personal relationship with the Saari Residence. The mentoring sessions will be carried out in connection with the two-month periods of individual residencies – that is, from the beginning of September to the end of April. No mentoring sessions will take place in the summer.

Deadline: 
03/31/2021

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<Art Like Salt> 2021 Open Call for Residency Artists

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<Art Like Salt> 2021 Open Call for Residency Artists

Taepyung Salt Farm X LAMPLAB seeks artists to submit entries for the juried exhibition, ‘Art Like Salt.’ The winners will be chosen to participate in a residency program in Shinan, designated a ‘Slow City’, in South Jeolla Province, South Korea, with the opportunity to create work in any of the following format, photography, video, installation, sculpture, or sound with the theme of ‘Dear Friend'.

● Media

Video, photography, installation, sculpture, and/or sound

● COVID-19 NOTIFICATION 

Due to the COVID-19, the Korean government is not issuing new visas for foreigners including tourists. You must either have a visa issued before/ Korean citizenship, or currently in South Korea in order to participate in the residency program.

Prize summary: 
award up to (approx. 6,000USD)
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● Benefits for the Winner(s)

- The Winner(s) of the Year (an individual or group) will have the opportunity to participate in a residency program for 12 weeks between May and July, or September and November 2021. (The residency and studio will be provided)

- The artworks of the winner(s) will be exhibited at the Salt Museum located in South Korea, for 5 weeks for each artist.

- The winner(s) also will be rewarded 5,000,000 KRW (before tax), 500,000 KRW (before tax) every 4 weeks up to 3 times for general expense, and travel expenses up to 1,200,000 KRW (before tax, the proof of airfare is required)

Deadline: 
04/02/2021

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OPEN CALL: Artist in Residence at Petrohradská kolektiv, Prague

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Our resident Soyoung Bae during her performance ~ I missed you last night and the old lady at the window, AiR Petrohradská kolektiv 2019

Artist In Residence 2021 

Petrohradská kolektiv announces an open call for artists to participate in an international program Artist in Residence for the year 2021.

The residential program is intended for active artists, creators, and theoreticians, who desire independence and want space and technical support for working on their projects. That’s what the Petrohradská kolektiv AiR program offers in the heart of a multi-genre cultural center in Prague. The goal of the program is creating an open platform for international artistic dialogue, interconnection of different cultures, and support for emerging artists working with diverse media.

Residence is an opportunity for independent professional development, artistic exchange, networking, and experiments. Since accommodation and a studio are included, we prefer applicants from outside of Prague.

The resulting outputs of the residences will be showcased in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery at Petrohradská kolektiv complex. The main theme of the exhibition program of the gallery for 2021 is Chaos, therefore we ask the applicants to take this into account when applying with their projects.

Who are we looking for?

Residence is intended for creators with an interest in creative sharing and participation in the field of Prague contemporary art scene.

Prospective residents should introduce us concrete projects that would be realized within their stay in Prague. The final result of the residence is traditionally showcased in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery, which is part of the Petrohradská kolektiv complex. Anyway, the form of the output can be adapted according to each project’s nature.

What do we offer?

  • Accommodation and a studio in the Petrohradská kolektiv complex
  • Covering the travel and material costs (up to 200€)
  • Technical support and consultation
  • Exhibition in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery (or an alternative)
  • Free entrance to all the events organized by Petrohradská kolektiv

The original idea behind Petrohradská kolektiv was to make a community space for creativity and art practice, where there’s a place for both efficient working and pleasant relaxing, where you can focus on your own projects and then take a break without the necessity of leaving the building. 

Within the AiR we provide technical support, promotion, and curatorial assistance. Travel and material costs are covered up to a maximum of 200€.

We know that a convenient working environment is fundamental, therefore within the residence we provide a shared studio with a workshop with basic equipment with an area of 60 square meters, a photo/video studio, and a recording studio. Each project requires different technical equipment, therefore the technology needed is consulted with each resident individually.

Each resident gets a private room in a 3-room apartment with a common area, a kitchen, and a bathroom. The apartment is situated on the ground floor of the Petrohradská kolektiv building.

Petrohradská kolektiv organizes many cultural events within its complex. All of the selected residents get to attend these events for free.

Within the residential program, which works in parallel with these events, there’s an opportunity of collaboration with other artists and mentors from different cultural backgrounds. Thanks to that, residents can actively participate in various programs of Petrohradská kolektiv.

Residence conditions

Participation in the residential program requires communication skills in English or in Czech.

Each resident is obligated to prepare a final report of their stay including a photo documentation.

Residents of the AiR program of Petrohradská kolektiv are required to spend at least 75% of the duration of their stay in the place of the residence.

The stays include an author’s presentation (or its online equivalent) and an exhibition output or else

The residence must be completed within the specified period and it is not possible to interrupt it.

Because of the current situation, the stay is conditioned by submitting a confirmation of a negative test result for COVID-19. The cost of the test is not covered by Petrohradská kolektiv, but the resident themself.

Residence duration

AiR 2021 will take place between May 1 - November 30 2021.

When applying, please let us know about your preferred dates.

There are two types of residence:

1. Fully covered residence:

The fully covered residence doesn’t require any fee paid by the resident. All costs of accommodation and equipment described above will be covered by Petrohradská kolektiv.

The duration of the fully covered residence is 4-6 weeks, when the resident must finish their project and prepare it for the presentation in a form of exhibition. 

In the first round of the selection procedure, a maximum of 6 residents will be selected for the fully covered residence.

2. Residence covered by the resident:

For applicants who are not selected in the first round, there will be a possibility of joining the second round of selection procedure.

Applicants, who are selected in the second round, will be offered the same type of residence of a duration of 1-2 months for a 700€ fee per month, which will cover the costs of their stay. The projects within this type of residence won’t be showcased as a part of the program of Jedna Dva Tři Gallery.

There will be up to 12 residents chosen for the paid residence in the second round.

Petrohradská kolektiv can provide confirmations in forms of acceptance letters to prospective residents applying for external financial funding of their residence.

Deadline: 
03/30/2021
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Open Call to Station One Artists-in-Residence 2021

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Victoria Square Project (VSP) in collaboration with Counterpoints Arts and the Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative (SNFPHI) at Columbia University, launches the first call of Station One AIR, a year-long residency program for emerging artists to reimagine Greek identity. The selected artists, four from Greece and four from countries with significant migrant and refugee communities in Victoria Square, will work in teams of four, for three months, under the mentorship of Columbia University faculty, collaborating artists and curators, and VSP’s team to engage in a series of “contextualizations” of Johannes Pfuhl’s sculpture in Victoria Square, Athens.

HIPPODAMIA IN CONTEXT

Station One 2021 Residency for emerging artists focuses on Johannes Pfuhl’s neoclassical sculpture of Hippodamia in Victoria Square. The European and nationalist ideals represented by the sculpture stand in stark contrast to the everyday realities of the neighborhood’s Greek, immigrant, and refugee inhabitants, making it a timely object through which to engage current debates about Greek history and identity. Through the residency four artists from Greece and four artists from countries with communities in the neighborhood will work in teams to engage in a series of visual, auditory, and discursive “contextualizations” of Hippodamia. These artistic interventions will foster collaboration among emerging artists, create a locus for intercultural exchange and community building, and develop a broadly applicable methodology for using contentious monuments and public art to facilitate consideration and conversation across diverse communities about history, identity, and belonging. 

LOCAL CONTEXT

Once an upper-middle-class neighborhood, Victoria Square is now one of the most diverse areas of Athens, home to long-time residents as well as immigrants and refugees from Afghanistan, Pakistan, and Nigeria. In 1937 a neoclassical sculpture by Johaness Pfuhl depicting the centaur Eurytion abducting Hippodamia was installed in the square. Today the scene depicted by the sculpture and the 19th century Bavarian Philhellenism behind its creation stand in stark contrast to the everyday realities of the square’s inhabitants. For many Greeks living in the area, Hippodamia (as the sculpture is known) is a painful reminder of the nation’s failure to become adequately “European” in the eyes of the West. For many immigrants and refugees, the sculpture is yet another sign of the Greek state’s and society’s reluctance to expand their understandings of national identity and to accommodate those who do not easily fit existing images of “Greekness.” Hippodamia confronts those who live around it with contentious narratives of national history and identity in much the same way that statues of historical figures in the U.S., the U.K., and South Africa have recently become charged topics of debate. How might these broader conversations about the politics of public art and commemoration be harnessed to consider Hippodamia in Victoria Square and what it means to be Greek today

VICTORIA SQUARE PROJECT FRAMEWORK

Station One AIR is part of “Who is the contemporary Athenian?”, Victoria Square Project’s three-year curatorial program that seeks to identify the elements that define an inclusive Athenian society today beyond labels like “first or second generation immigrant,” “refugee,” “asylum seeker,” “Greek” etc. It draws on VSP’s long presence and activity in one of the capital city’s most diverse neighborhoods, which has been experiencing rapid change for several decades. This curatorial program explores the common ground that emerges when identities come to be viewed as ever-evolving and dynamic and seeks to strengthen community through cross-cultural exchange and artistic production. In investigating emerging local identities and creating new platforms for dialogue in a diverse Athenian neighborhood, this program inevitably poses questions about belonging, crisis, and democracy. These questions seem particularly timely as the country prepares to celebrate the bicentenary of the Greek Revolution and reflects on what it means to be Greek in 2021.

PROGRAM STRUCTURE

The residency program consists of two cycles. Four artists will be selected to work together for three months (two months on the ground and one month digitally), under the mentorship of artists, curators, academics, and community members. Each cycle will bring together two artists from Athens and two artists from countries with communities in the neighborhood. The artists are expected to work together on a common project and  engage the local community. 

APPLICATION PROCEDURE

Send us your cv and portfolio (max 10 MB) along with a motivation letter (max 500 words)  and a project proposal to implement during your stay (max 500 words), at stationone@victoriasquareproject.gr until March 5th. The residents will be selected by a multidisciplinary committee to be announced in April. 

FEES & PRODUCTION

All residents will have access to Victoria Square Project’s infrastructure and receive support from its team throughout their project’s realization as well as an honorary fee of 1400 euros. Additionally,  residents not living in Athens will have their travel covered by the program and will be provided with independent housing. Each team will be given a budget of 1000 euros for the implementation of their project.

RESIDENCY TIMELINE

Each residency cycle will last three months and feature a group of four artists. At the end of each cycle, the artists-in-residence will present their contextualization of the Hippodamia sculpture as an installation in Victoria Square or as an exhibition in the premises of VSP or online as a virtual exhibition. 

Open Call Launch: February 5, 2021

Application deadline: March 5, 2021

Notification: April 16, 2021

First Cycle: end of May -  July 2021

Second Cycle: September - December 2021 

(The exact travel dates will be confirmed soon)

 

CREDITS

Station One Residency 2021 is implemented in collaboration with Columbia University Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative, Counterpoints Arts in the frame of the European Program Across Borders.

 

The Stavros Niarchos Foundation Public Humanities Initiative (SNFPHI) at Columbia University. SNFPHI supports projects that bring the ideas and insights of the humanities to life for the Greek public and collaborates with other Columbia programs that aim to connect the field of Hellenic Studies with a broad public audience. Mark Mazower (Director) and Dimitris Antoniou (Associate Director) are responsible for the Initiative’s overall direction and planning. Since its inception, SNFPHI has emerged as a locus for the exchange of novel ideas across academic disciplines, between non-academic and academic communities, and between Greek and American publics. Through SNFPHI activities, educators, artists, human rights activists, museum curators, and music composers in Greece are collaborating with Columbia faculty and students in a broad array of community-level projects. In addition to supporting public humanities projects in Greece, SNFPHI is organizing a rich program of public events, collaborating with other Columbia programs and initiatives to design syllabi and toolkits for public humanities, and offering grants to Columbia students and recent graduates to promote the diachronic study of Hellenism.

 

Counterpoints Arts is a leading British organisation in the field of arts, migration and cultural change. Its mission is to support and produce the arts by and about migrants and refugees, seeking to ensure that their contributions are recognized and welcomed within British arts, history and culture. Central to the organization’s mission is the belief that arts can inspire social change and enhance inclusion and cultural integration of refugees and migrants. Counterpoints Arts work across all art forms and collaborate with a range of people and partners, including artists, arts/cultural and educational organizations and civil society activists. VSP has been collaborating with Counterpoints Arts in the context of a three year project titled “Across Borders,” which takes place in Athens (Greece), Berlin (Germany), and Kent (UK). The project consists of a series of arts and pop culture projects that challenge representations of refugees in mainstream media and complicates their depiction in arts and popular culture.

MAJOR DONOR OF VSP

Stavros Niarchos Foundation

WITH THE SUPPORT OF

Outset Contemporary Art Fund,  Kulturstiftung Allianz

Deadline: 
03/05/2021

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All Residency Programs for Artists, Designers, Curators & Art Historians (Self-Guided or With Master Instruction) – All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023 – Puebla, Mexico

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Arquetopia Foundation & International Artist Residency – Puebla, Mexico
All Residencies for Artists, Designers, Curators & Art Historians (Programs With or Without Instruction) – All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023

Apply Now through Sunday, March 14, 2021. Spaces are limited. Residency applications are evaluated for selection as they are received vs. after the deadline has passed.

Website: https://www.arquetopia.org/open-calls-deadlines
E-mail info@arquetopia.org for more information.

Founded in 2009, Arquetopia Foundation is an internationally established, award-winning nonprofit arts and cultural foundation with a social scope that emphasizes critical thinking through artistic practices. Our comprehensive, customized International Artist-in-Residence Programs  https://www.arquetopia.org/residencies-general-info are the largest and most reputable in Latin America, with an array of contents anchored in a solid structure of collaborations with prominent cultural institutions, renowned experts, and notable artists. We are invested in approaching art and art history with a critical perspective by understanding Mexico and Peru’s complexity in context and incorporating nuances in narratives and interpretation especially of the 3,000-year heritage of visual culture of these two countries. Our residency programs offer competitive professional opportunities for emerging and mid-career, national and international artists, designers, curators, art historians, art educators, writers, journalists, and cultural researchers age 20 and over.

Arquetopia is distinguished worldwide for its array of unique residency programs with substantial content. Our residency spaces function exclusively for productive art professionals, writers, and researchers and include structured, informative programs; a network of collaborative workspaces, institutions, and studios; and personalized project support.

TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR PAST RESIDENT ARTISTS
For profiles, feedback and testimonials from many of our outstanding past resident artists, art historians, and writers, don't miss this page on our website: Arquetopia Foundation: Our Resident Artists https://www.arquetopia.org/our-resident-artists

Arquetopia Foundation is now welcoming applications for the following residency programs in the majestic central historic district of Puebla, Mexico for all dates in 2021, 2022, and 2023. Click on each link below for program info on our website.

PART 1 – SPECIAL RESIDENCY PROGRAM FOR ARTISTS, ART HISTORIANS, CURATORS, RESEARCHERS & STUDENTS: JUNE/JULY 2021

1. ART & ACTIVISM: ARQUETOPIASUMMER 2021 Triple International Academic Residency Program June/July 2021: Includes Printmaking Technique Instruction, Site-Specific Intervention, and independent production.
https://www.arquetopia.org/arquetopiasummer-2021
ART & ACTIVISM: Arquetopia’s renowned flagship residency program, ARQUETOPIASUMMER 2021 will focus on the relationship between art practices, activism, and the visual history of Mexico.

PART 2 – RESIDENCIES FOR ARTISTS, ART HISTORIANS & RESEARCHERS (MENTORED, NON-INSTRUCTIONAL): ALL DATES IN 2021 / 2022 / 2023

2. Art, Design, or Photography Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/art-design-or-photography-residency


Flexible sessions of 4 to 12 weeks; various techniques.

3. Art Educators Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/art-educators-residency

Develop new art education projects with students, exploring diverse pedagogic techniques with multiculturalism. Staff-assisted, extendable sessions of 4 weeks.

4. Art History or Cultural Research Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/art-history-or-cultural-research-residency

Explore magnificent southern Mexico’s unique archives and resources from pre-Hispanic to contemporary. Self-directed (staff-assisted), flexible sessions of 3 to 8 weeks.

5. CNC Etching Printmaking Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/cnc-etching-printmaking-residency

Flexible sessions of 4 to 12 weeks.

6. Mexican Ceramics Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/mexican-ceramics-residency

Flexible sessions of 6 to 12 weeks.

7. Printmaking Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/printmaking-residency


Flexible sessions of 4 to 12 weeks.

PART 3 – ARTIST RESIDENCIES WITH MASTER TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTION: ALL DATES IN 2021 / 2022 / 2023

8. Electroetching Instructional Residency (Puebla).
https://www.arquetopia.org/electroetching-residency
Learn Electroetching techniques from a Mexican master, with time for independent production in various other printmaking techniques. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks.

9. Gold Leafing & Estofado Instructional Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/gold-leafing-residency

Learn an array of Gold Leafing (Gilding) and Estofado techniques from a Mexican master, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks.

10. Organic Painting Instructional Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/organic-painting-residency


Learn an array of Organic Painting techniques from a Mexican master, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks.

11. Pre-Columbian Ceramics Instructional Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/pre-columbian-ceramics-residency

Learn pre-Columbian Ceramics techniques from a Mexican master, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 5 weeks.

Prizes Details: 

Arquetopia is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our diverse local and international community. Arquetopia’s resident artist and staff backgrounds vary in all aspects. As part of Arquetopia’s mission is to promote diversity, Arquetopia actively fights discrimination by offering access to its programs and activities without regard to race, color, gender or gender expression, national origin, age, religion, creed, or sexual orientation.

Main Website: https://www.arquetopia.org
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arquetopia
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arquetopia

Deadline: 
03/14/2021
Contact & Links: 

All Residency Programs for Artists & Writers (Self-Guided or With Master Instruction) – All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023 – Cusco, Peru

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Arquetopia Peru International Artist Residency – Cusco, Peru
All Residency Programs for Artists & Writers (Programs With or Without Instruction) – All Dates in 2021 / 2022 / 2023

Apply Now through Sunday, March 14, 2021. Spaces are limited. Residency applications are evaluated for selection as they are received vs. after the deadline has passed.

Website: https://www.arquetopia.org/open-calls-deadlines
E-mail info@arquetopia.org for more information.

Founded in 2009, Arquetopia Foundation is an internationally established, award-winning nonprofit arts and cultural foundation with a social scope that emphasizes critical thinking through artistic practices. Our comprehensive, customized International Artist-in-Residence Programs  https://www.arquetopia.org/residencies-general-info are the largest and most reputable in Latin America, with an array of contents anchored in a solid structure of collaborations with prominent cultural institutions, renowned experts, and notable artists. We are invested in approaching art and art history with a critical perspective by understanding Mexico and Peru’s complexity in context and incorporating nuances in narratives and interpretation especially of the 3,000-year heritage of visual culture of these two countries. Our residency programs offer competitive professional opportunities for emerging and mid-career, national and international artists, designers, curators, art historians, art educators, writers, journalists, and cultural researchers age 20 and over.

Arquetopia is distinguished worldwide for its array of unique residency programs with substantial content. Our residency spaces function exclusively for productive art professionals, writers, and researchers and include structured, informative programs; a network of collaborative workspaces, institutions, and studios; and personalized project support.

TESTIMONIALS FROM OUR PAST RESIDENT ARTISTS
For profiles, feedback and testimonials from many of our outstanding past resident artists, art historians, and writers, don't miss this page on our website: Arquetopia Foundation: Our Resident Artists https://www.arquetopia.org/our-resident-artists

Arquetopia Peru is now welcoming applications for the following residency programs in the magnificent Sacred Valley of the Andes of Cusco, Peru, for all dates in 2021, 2022, and 2023. Click on each link below for program info on our website.

PART 1 – RESIDENCIES IN CUSCO FOR ARTISTS & WRITERS (MENTORED, NON-INSTRUCTIONAL): ALL DATES IN 2021 / 2022 / 2023

1. Art, Design, or Photography Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/art-design-or-photography-residency

Flexible sessions of 3 to 12 weeks; various techniques supported.

2. Writers Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/writers-residency

Flexible sessions of 3 to 8 weeks.

PART 3 – ARTIST RESIDENCIES IN CUSCO WITH MASTER TECHNIQUE INSTRUCTION: ALL DATES IN 2021 / 2022 / 2023

3. Gold Leafing & Estofado Instructional Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/gold-leafing-residency

Learn Gold Leafing (Gilding) and Estofado techniques from a Peruvian master, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks.

4. Natural Pigments Instructional Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/natural-pigments-residency


Learn to create and use a variety of Natural Pigments from a Peruvian master, for fiber dyeing, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks.

5. Peruvian Textiles Instructional Residency: Andean Weaving.
https://www.arquetopia.org/peruvian-textiles-residency


Learn traditional Andean Weaving from a Peruvian master, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 3 weeks.

6. Pre-Columbian Ceramics Instructional Residency.
https://www.arquetopia.org/pre-columbian-ceramics-residency

Learn pre-Columbian Ceramics techniques from a Peruvian master, with time for independent production. Extendable sessions of 5 weeks.

Prizes Details: 

Arquetopia is committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our diverse local and international community. Arquetopia’s resident artist and staff backgrounds vary in all aspects. As part of Arquetopia’s mission is to promote diversity, Arquetopia actively fights discrimination by offering access to its programs and activities without regard to race, color, gender or gender expression, national origin, age, religion, creed, or sexual orientation.

Main Website: https://www.arquetopia.org
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/arquetopia
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/arquetopia

Deadline: 
03/14/2021
Contact & Links: 

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