Centro de Arte Curaumilla

General information

Brief description of organisation

Curaumilla Art Center was established after the stay of its Director, ceramist Marilú Rosenthal, at Anderson Ranch Arts Center in USA, where she was intern, professor and resident artist there for six years. On her return to Chile, along to her husband Andres Honorato, they replicated the experience at Curaumilla with the support of the Anderson Ranch.

Currently, it focuses on the experience and knowledge transfer through residencies, workshops and laboratories.

Curaumilla Foundation was created to support the operation of the Center and strengthen its associative network, in order to generate more and better visibility of the work of its artists and extend the benefits of artistic experience beyond Curaumilla.

Organisation founded in

2006

Brief description of residency program

Curaumilla Art Center is a space dedicated to learning, creation, exploration and exchange of different artistic languages. Its location in a natural environment on the edge of the Pacific Ocean promotes personal immersion and collective care experiences where creativity emerges, even though it is only 20 kms from the city of Valparaíso, a place full of history, magic and culture activities.

So far, it has been dedicated to "Ceramic Safaris", two week long ceramic workshops during summer, but recently it has implemented a residency program open all year.

The Center has already received some resident artists sporadically, but it is expected that they increase in number and integrate simultaneously to open opportunities to dialogue, exchange, complementarity and co-creation processes.

Residency program since

2013

Disciplines and media
  • Visual Art
  • Sculpture
  • Ceramics
  • Performing Arts
  • Textile Art
  • Music
  • Literature
  • Educational Programmes
  • New Media
  • Printmaking
Type of organisation
  • Independent Association/Foundation

Residency conditions

Duration of residencies
  • 1 month
Number of artists resident at one time

between 5 and 10

Companions allowed
  • Partners
Expenses paid by artist
  • Travel
  • Housing
  • Supplies
  • Food
Expectations of the artist
  • Presentation
  • Leading Workshop or Class
  • Exhibition

We are open to other proposals

Application who/how

Application by Mail

Selection procedure

By Committee

Presentation of artists' work

Arranged on a case-by-case basis

Description of residency

Setting

Rural

Resources
  • Internet Connection
  • Library
  • Office
  • Kitchen
  • Ceramics Facilities
  • Welding Tools
  • Plaster Room
Number of studios

3

Type and size of studios

Shared Studio

Accomodation
  • Private Cabin/House
Working language(s)
  • English
  • Spanish
Other activities happening at the space
  • Workshops
  • Presentation

How to reach

Nearest airport

Aeropuerto Internacional Arturo Merino Benitez

Contact information

Centro de Arte Curaumilla
Camino al faro km 7.5, Curaumilla
Valparaiso
Chile

info@bordeimaginario.org
www.bordeimaginario.org

Phone: 56998729032

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