The residency will take place twice a year, during the months of March and November. During one month the residing artists will use their stay to develop a project and learning about and interacting with the local and national context (short trips to other regions are included as well).
Selection process
The selection process will be carried out by a jury of curators and art critics of solid careers in the visual arts, investigation and cultural management. The jury will review and assess the applications received as a result from the collaboration with other art centres and spaces (national and/or international) in order to select the artists-in-residence for each period.
Expenses paid by the Organisation

  • Roundtrip ticket.
  • Working and housing space (private bedroom with bathroom and a studio space. Artists will share other spaces such as living room, dining area and other work spaces)
  • Production expenses. Selected artists will submit a project and an estimated budget to the residency team.
  • Accompaniment and counsel from the team. Contact with socio-cultural agents, logistics, curatorial mediation and communication guidance.

Expectations of Resident Artists
By accepting the residency, the artists commit to comply with the co-habitation rules, attending the workshops, talks, seminars and other programmed activities, as well as to engage in a project during their residency.