Lucy Art Residency

Website: https://lucyartresidency.com/

The Lucy Art Residency announces an open call for its first short residency program and commission for visual artists. The programme offers the opportunity for an EU/EEA based artist whose main practice is photography focused to spend two weeks in June 2017 in Kavala, Greece. The selected artist will have the opportunity to live and work in the coastal city in the north of Greece with transportation, accommodation and subsistence covered. The selected artist will be offered free accommodation in the Lucy Hotel in Kavala. In addition to that the artist’s return trip from an EU/EEA country of residence is covered, as well as three meals a day at the hotel premises. Furthermore a per diem and an artist fee for the production of one artwork will be provided.

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Expires: April 15, 2017


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