The Spur / ETACEC 16-18 Residencies

Website: http://www.thespur.eu/530-2/

As part of the call for Euroregion and Creative Europe – Cooperation Projects, The Spur / ETACEC 16-18 project is launching a second selection process for European artists from a member state of the European Union to take part in its artist-in-residence programme. Grants are being offered for 12 artists in residence to carry out research work with particular emphasis on working and creative processes. The residency will last two months or eight weeks and will take place in one of the network’s centres in Albi, Palma, Girona, Roma, Bratislava or Montpellier. Each artist will be awarded a 3,200€ grant to cover allowances for research, subsistence expenses, and travelling expenses. Accommodation and a work space will be provided by the hosting cultural institutions.

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Expires: May 31, 2017


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