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  • artist-in-residence index

  • 1. artist-in-residence regular

    the regular artist-in-residence is ongoing
    the total amount to be paid in advance

    artists can send an application during the year to stay for at least 1 month up to 5 months

    grants must be applied for in one's own country

    included in the fee:
    • personal accommodation • studio use • computer use • use of library • use of tools and machines • contact with the professional artists • regular open meetings • exhibition entry • participation in the development and presentation of guest programs

    not included in the fee:
    • materials used • special tools or machinery • upkeep of personal accommodation • meals • personal expenses • health, liability and other insurances • travel costs • visa costs
     

    2. artist-in-residence supported

    from November - March there are 2 studios available for the supported artist-in-residence program
    the total amount had to be paid in advance

    artist-in-residence program winter for young artists (up to 35 years)
    application had to be sent at least July 31
    application contents: cv, a copy of the diploma of the academy of art, some relevant pictures of recent work, an idea of the program during the time staying in the art-centre, a guaranty for the payment
    the application can be sent by post, or email
    monthly charge is reduced by grants and sponsoring of the art-centre

     grants must be applied for in one's own country

    included in the fee:
    • personal accommodation • studio use • computer use • use of library • use of tools and machines • the communal meals (once a week) • contact with the professional artists • regular open meetings • exhibition entry • participation in the development and presentation of guest programs

    not included in the fee:
    • materials used • special tools or machinery • upkeep of personal accommodation • meals, other than communal meals • personal expenses • health, liability and other insurances • travel costs • visa costs

    3. bed and work space

    for artists during a short period
    the room is shared with more people


    There is a limited number of places for young artists, to avoid disappointment it is wise to contact the organization at Saksala ArtRadius at an early date. Applications may be made by students during the year preceding the final examination year. The following criteria will be applied: • Qualified at an Academy of Art (or equivalent education) in Europe • Sufficient motivation for concentrated work at an isolated location • A willingness to measure one's vision with those of others

    Special information: • An allowance is available for the guidance of students and summer visitors • The communal meals (once a week) will be prepared by the participants, by rotation • The common rooms are to be cleaned by the participants collectively. Personal accommodation is to be kept clean by the individual • All studios must be clean and undamaged at the end of the stay. A deposit is required to cover any eventualities. This will be liable on application.

    HAKEMUS

    more information you find on the following pages:
    a complete list of prices and conditions
    the conditions for your stay on the application page
    the artist application form you can fill and send
     



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