CO-NET artist residency

Website: https://www.conetart.com/open-call-2019-eng

CO-NET is pleased to announce its second artist residency in the beautiful region of Valencia, Spain in partnership with the Imaginaria Festival, University Jaume I, Consorci de Museus de la Communitat Valenciana and the University of Arts of London. This year’s residency will invite three international artists focussing on still and/or moving image. Over two weeks, artists will be provided with a studio, an accommodation, a 500 euros stipend and will have their travel costs covered (up to 100 euros). Co-net will as well give the opportunity to at least one artist to exhibit their work during the 2020 edition of the Imaginaria festival.

Expires: February 28, 2019


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