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).
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.
- 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.
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.