Kuldīga Photography Residency

Website: http://www.issp.lv/en/projects/photography-residence-in-kuldiga

Association ISSP is an education and networking platform for photographers in Latvia and internationally. Its residency programme organised in co-operation with Kuldīga Artists’ Residence will provide three photography artists an opportunity for personal work for three weeks in Kuldīga, Latvia. The residency is open to photographers and artists working with photography without limitations regarding age, nationality, background or photographic style. The residency period overlaps with the International Summer School of Photography 2016, offering the residents a chance to take part in the ISSP programme of talks and presentations. The artists-in-residence will receive free of charge accommodation in the Kuldīga Artists’ Residence for the duration of the stay.

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Expires: April 15, 2016


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