Deadline: 28/02/2018

Open call for residency applications for the year 2019

Serlachius residency invites artists to work and live in Mänttä in 2019.

Description of residency program
The Serlachius residency is a residency studio maintained by Serlachius Museums and Mänttä Art Festival and aimed for creative professionals working in the field of visual arts, such as artists, researchers and curators.
The aim of the residencies is to create new connections between artists, researchers and curators. In addition to studio and housing, the residency can offer contacts with the local field of art and possibilities or community-based projects with local people.

Duration of residency
1-6 months

Accommodation
The housing of the residency, Einola, is located in the cultural-historically distinguished park milieu of the Art Museum Gösta on lake Melasjärvi.

Studio/workspace
Working and exhibition spaces are available in the Art Nouveau style building known as Aleksanterin linna located beside Gustaf Museum in the centre of Mänttä around 3 km from Einola.

Fees:
No rent is charged for the residency - instead, residents are expected to submit a written report of on their residency in Mänttä. The report can contain images or videos. Approved applicants will be responsible for their own travel as well as work and living costs during residency.

Application:
The application period for the year 2019 is 1–28 February 2018. Applications for residency are submitted on an online application form. Application form and application instructions will be published on the residency website as soon as the application period begins.

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Open call for residency applications for the year 2019

Open call for residency applications for the year 2019

Location
Finland

Application deadline
28/02/2018

Residency starts
01/01/2019

Residency ends
31/12/2019

More information
http://www.serlachius.fi/en/info/residency/applications-for-residency/

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