Hotel Maria Kapel Residency

Website: http://hotelmariakapel.nl/wp/residency/

Hotel Maria Kapel (HMK) is an artist-in-residence, exhibition space and cinema for contemporary visual art in Hoorn, the Netherlands. The studio/exhibition space of HMK is located in an early 16th century chapel. Proposals are invited for a residency period of 4 or 8 weeks. During a stay in the HMK guesthouse, residents are invited to develop, execute and present new work in the chapel/exhibition space and/or elsewhere in Hoorn. The residency provides free use of accommodation, living, and working facilities.

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Expires: June 1, 2016


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