July 2017

Holes in the Wall Collective Creative Residency Program (United States)
Holes in the Wall Collective Creative Residency Program

The Holes in Wall Collective Creative Residency Program is designed to span across many mediums and designations of creativity. We strive to expand the notion of creativity in addition to holding space for more defined forms of artistic practice. Expanding our residency to those working in science, policy, economics, mathematics, education, research, activism, pedagogy, technology in addition to the more known forms of creative practice in the visual arts, writing, performance & music. We invite people across disciplines to engage with their practice and share collective space.

Airgentum Hoja de Ruta (Spain)
Holes in the Wall Collective Creative Residency Program

We are a private non-profit organisation that aims to develop the first Artists Residence Program in Seville. We want to give artists from all over the world the chance to experience our wide historical and cultural atmosphere from a professional view.

Khel (Canada)
Khel

Khel\'s mission for artists is to provide you with a live & work space in Canada\'s amazing countryside so that you can have undisturbed time to research, develop and further your creative pursuits. Our residency is situated in 10 acres of nature where you will be a part of a very peaceful and serene environment. Our residencies are ideal for individuals conducting deep study, working to meet a deadline, or who require temporary workspace. 

THE FARM MARGARET RIVER (Australia)
THE FARM MARGARET RIVER

Our project aims to bring together artists and agri-culturalists who are focused on developing projects that are rooted in country, in the soil, air and water of this specific location. We offer residencies for large scale and long term projects, and our studios are available for short term use. We have a number of artist studios that are available for both short and long term stays. These studios are available in conjunction with our Artist in Residence program, and are open to artists and agriculturalists from both Australia and overseas. The Farm Margaret River has an emphasis on land art, however, all mediums are supported and considered upon application.

ESPRONCEDA, Center for Art and Culture (Spain)
ESPRONCEDA, Center for Art and Culture

ESPRONCEDA, founded in 2013 in Barcelona, is an innovative center for Contemporary Arts, Education and Cultural diffusion. It is a platform that promotes creative interactions at an international level between artists, curators, gallerists, collectors, media, cultural institutions and all art and culture lovers. Espronceda offers artistic residencies for international artists and the opportunity to exhibit in Barcelona. The Center also programs concerts, workshops, curated exhibitions, professional meetings from established international artists; a way to diffuse culture and promote education.

Greywood Arts (Ireland)
Greywood Arts

Greywood Arts is a multidisciplinary artists residency space in a Georgian building in the quaint village of Killeagh, Co. Cork, Ireland. Residencies are open to performing and visual artists working in all disciplines, as well as arts related researchers and groups developing other creative projects. We have a movement studio, visual arts studio, writer´s room, and a library with a piano. There is also a dining room / meeting room available. We have four bedrooms and can accommodate up to nine guests at a time. There is a small fee for self-catering accommodation, but workspace is always free. We are committed to delivering a service that is accessible to artists, and hope to offer fully-funded residency programs as we grow.

Element.a Residency (International)
Element.a Residency

Element.a Residence is a non-profit association which proposes to five artists of all disciplines, working together for six weeks, to the creation of a collective work.Through this process, we seek to highlight the link between the artists in residence, including their influences, and find what unites them in creation. We wish to open up dialogue to all forms of artistic expressions and to highlight their complicity and their osmosis. Influenced by the experiences of John Cage and Rauschenberg who unveiled the possible bridges between the arts, we open ourselves to transversality.



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