Hors Pistes Residency

Website: http://www.horspistesproject.com/nuuk-2017

During a month long residency, designers and craftsmen share their respective skills and explore a crafted technique. Hors Pistes will invite 6 designers and an editorial team composed of 2 members for this residency program in Nuuk, Greenland. Designers will exchange and lead a project with Greenlandic artisans. The editorial team will document the workshops’ daily life, the working environment and will realise a publication. The selected candidates will be offered accommodation, food and travel expenses. Experimentation, models production and prototyping costs within the framework of the workshop will also be covered. Candidate designers must be product designers, textile designers or fashion designers. Candidate editorial team members must be graphic designers, photographers, illustrators or writers.

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Expires: November 30, 2016


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