Medialab Prado Madrid Artist-in-Residency

Website: http://www.artconnect.com/opportunities/medialab-prado-madrid-artist-in-residency-open-call

Medialab-Prado announces an open call directed at audiovisual artists, asking for their participation in a collaborative production residency at the Medialab-Prado headquarters. The residency period will extend from February 26th to March 18th, 2018, in the Medialab-Prado Headquarters in Madrid.

Medialab-Prado is a public workspace centered on the production, research and dissemination of cultural projects that explore forms of experimentation and collaborative learning in the advent of digital networks. During the residency period, Medialab-Prado will provide the resident with a bedroom and a workshop area for the development of their project, as well as provide access to the institution’s facilities and available tools. The residency will also provide:

  • A stipend of 1,500 euros
  • Round-trip air ticket (up to a maximum of 1,000 euros)
  • A maximum of 500 euros, to be allocated towards materials for the production and development of the project and managed by the staff of Medialab-Prado.
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Expires: April 23, 2017


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