Tabakalera Residencies

Website: http://www.tabakalera.eu/en/artists-space/artistic-residencies/open-calls

Tabakalera is a centre for contemporary culture in San Sebastián, Spain. They invite applications for their residency programme. The aim of this call is to offer a residency to contribute to the production of artistic projects. This call is open to national or international artists. The residency, which will last between four and eight weeks, will offer space, context and time for the development of an artistic project, and they will take place from March to June, or October to December, 2017.  The residency offers accommodation, a work space, travel costs and  €1,000 per month of residence as allowance for subsistence and maintenance.  Residencies for curators and research residencies are also available.

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Expires: November 5, 2016


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