Deadline: 30/01/2018

BARTR Artist-in-Residence Spring 2018

BARTR invites artists and art students to live work and exhibit in Budapest.

Description of residency program
The BARTR program is an independent art residency that invites artists and art students to live, work and exhibit in Budapest. It is designed to foster exchange and collaboration between visiting and local artists and will provide plenty of opportunities for working together and within the local scene.
BARTR representatives will organise workshops and lectures with local artists and art institutes; provide introductions to curators, galleries, cultural institutions, studios and artists; assist with sourcing well-priced materials; and of course provide day-to-day support and local knowledge.
This session, there will be a focus on public space and urbanisation, and the exhibition will take place at several locations throughout Budapest.

Duration of residency
2018 April 1st - June 17th (11 weeks)

Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
We can accept a maximum of can invite a maximum of 10 people working in the visual arts. Digital artists are welcome to apply, but are expected to bring their materials and equipment with them. If you're not sure whether we have enough space to accommodate your work, please get in touch. The workshop program incudes a strong print focus and print makers and those with an interest in extending their print making skills are encouraged to apply.

Both the accommodation and the studios are located in downtown Budapest, close to transport, cultural complexes, galleries, restaurants, cafés, and markets. Residents will stay in central, secure shared apartments. Residents have access to free WiFi, shared bathrooms and self-catering facilities.

Studio/ workspace
Residents have access to well-equipped and spacious shared studios for the duration of the residency. A range of sizes are available. The studios are assigned based on the requirements of each artist, in discussion with the organisers.

Fees and support
The basic fee of this program is 1100 and includes shared accommodation, studio space, and the workshops. Private accommodation is available on request and at an additional cost.
One fee-supported place is available each session; the deadline passed in December for the fee-supported place.

Expectations towards the artist
• Residents are expected to spend a large portion of the eleven weeks preparing a body of work for inclusion in the final exhibition.
• Participation in the workshops and lectures is not compulsory, but strongly encouraged.
• Residents will also be expected to document their progress and be active on social media throughout the residency and in the lead up for the final exhibition.

BARTR Artist-in-Residence Spring 2018

BARTR Artist-in-Residence Spring 2018


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