Palazzo Monti Artist Residency

Website: http://www.palazzomonti.org/

Palazzo Monti is an artist residency program based in Brescia, housed in a palazzo dating back to 1200. The Palazzo is an incubator for creativity and productivity, offering artists a chance to find inspiration, forge new relationships and create collaborations. Built in the XIII century, the residence is conveniently located at a short distance from Milan, Venice and Florence, offering resident artists the chance to visit culturally rich cities for research and inspiration. Decorated with Neoclassicist frescos from the late 1750s, the Palazzo provides an inspiring setting to create contemporary art. The artist in residence will be provided an apartment, a studio and a gallery space.

Enquire: ciao@palazzomonti.org

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