SEPTEMBER 1st – 22nd 2021

 

This three week program is open to emerging and established artists, curators, and researchers across a wide range of artistic practices. It offers artists an opportunity to be immersed in the Italian countryside with an emphasis on merging Art and science. Workshops by local specialists on ecology, introduction to animal monitoring, and botany will run at the beginning of the program enabling artists to collaborate and integrate art and science after which the residency will be self-directed.

 

THE SPACE

Artists are provided a private or shared bedroom depending on if they come as a group/collective. They have full access to the communal house, library, kitchen, living room and patio. Maximum three artists at a time.

Artists have 24 access to the ground floor conservatory studio as well as the outside workshop space. There are trails that take you up to the mountains from the house and beautiful walks through medieval Italian villages and archaeological sites.

All meals will be provided (vegetarian-  collected from the garden or locally sourced)

Specific trips can be arranged depending on what projects the artists are developing.

The objective is to provide artists with a natural environment and enrich their experience, providing them with an introduction to the ecology of the area that will inform their practice.

HOW TO APPLY

The deadline for application is JULY 29th. A complete application should contain the following:

  • A brief letter (max 500) of motivation considering the location of Studio Verde

  • Artist statement, short biography and CV

  • Link to portfolio / website / film

  • 5 images of examples of recent work

Please email your application to studioverdeair@gmail.com

More info here

Deadline: 29/07/2021 12:00 am (Timezone: Etc/GMT+12)

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