Residencies, Workshops, Exchanges
Type: Residencies, Workshops, Exchanges [View all]
Posted by: ArtMill Center for Sustainable Creativity
Deadline: Sat, March 10th, 2018
ArtMill is located in rural Bohemia, Czech Republic. Since 2005, with the acclaimed American artist/activist Kim Abeles as our first Artist-in-Residence, ArtMill has opened up our studios to Visiting Artists. Residencies are 1-6 months in duration. We welcome applications year-round. The residency program is open to artists in the broad sense of the word: poets, scientists, writers, dancers, musicians, thinkers, creators, performers or painters of the future.
Requirements for Applicants for Artist-in-Residence:
at least 10 years of professional experience a willingness to pitch in and work in the garden, help out on the farm on occasion, or otherwise participate in the ArtMill public activities by leading a workshop on your choice independence and the ability to adjust to a new cultural environment ability to do own cooking, cleaning, shopping readiness for intense solitude peppered with chaotic activity that you can always choose to avoid
What we offer to Artists-in-Residence:
studio space with access to the workshop and all facilities at ArtMill living space food from the garden or cellars, depending on the season. organic lunches if a program is running during your stay
All other costs: transportation, additional meals, materials must be provided by the artist.
Fee: 400 EU/week. Includes food, housing, studio critiques, and curriculum with visiting artists. Credits also available through our associate Anglo-American University for an Independent Study Semester at ArtMill.
Send us a brief description of your intent and purpose to visit ArtMill plus a current CV. For more information contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
and visit our website at www.artmill.eu
Posted on Tue, January 9th, 2018
Expires on Sat, March 10th, 2018
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