CRIPTA747 Residency

Website: http://www.cripta747.it/residency

Cripta747 announces its Residency Programme to support artists, curators and researchers, from any field of contemporary culture, without any geographical or age limit. The Residency Programme takes place at Cripta747’s headquarters, an industrial building located in the North of Turin. Cripta747 provides artists with the opportunity to live and work in Turin for 6 / 8 weeks during September – October 2017 while developing individual projects. The fellowship whole amounts is € 5.500 and covers daily allowance, accommodation, studio rent at Cripta747 and production costs.

Expires: July 7, 2017


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