Blueproject Foundation Residency

Website: http://www.blueprojectfoundation.org/en/residences

The Blueproject Foundation is a multidisciplinary arts centre in Barcelona. Applications are open for a residency in 2017. This call is open to any artist interested as an individual or on behalf of a group or company, regardless of their age, nationality or creative discipline. The residency grant is for the design, formalization and production of the project. Participants will also have access to the facilities of the El Taller space (if needed) with the subsequent goal of exhibiting in the Blueproject Foundation’s Sala Project. The selected artists will have use of the El Taller space for a maximum period of one month (for each of the three selected projects) to develop the selected project and an exhibition in the Sala Project in 2017 for up to 2 months. The Foundation will provide 12,000 euros net to be shared among the three winning projects, used to cover the project costs or any other expenses directly related to the purpose of the proposal (assembly, exhibition mechanisms, flights, accommodation and expenses, in the case of artists that do not reside in Barcelona, etc.).

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Expires: July 15, 2016


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