British Council Residency Programme at FLORA

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FLORA ars+natura is a space for contemporary art in Bogotá,Colombia,that specializes in the relationship between art and nature. Escuela FLORA is its Independent Study Programme. The guest professors—well-known artists,curators and theorists,both international and local—will conduct studio visits for each participant,and offer a theoretically focused seminar. This programme is rooted in studio practice and is complemented by site visits,talks and seminars structured around key texts of contemporary art,with an emphasis on Latin American art. The British Council will support two British artists for the academic years 2016 and 2017. Applications are now open for the first residnecy,which will take place in April to December 2016. Artists born in Northern Ireland,Wales,Scotland or England are invited to participate,as well as artists who have been residents of any of the UK regions for at least 10 years and identify as British. The residency programme provides a studio with utilities included,participation in the Escuela FLORA independent study programme and a monthly allowance for housing,transportation and per diems of 1,400,000 COP (approx. £280) for nine months.

Expires: March 10, 2016


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