Description of the residency program
For its first residency of 2017 ANIMA teams up with KAPSULA Magazine and Kegan McFadden for our first ever Writer-in-Residence residency. Kegan McFadden, is a writer, curator and artist whose work has been published and distributed in Canada and abroad. As our writer in residence Kegan will be witness to the artistic process of the artists in the residency and will publish his observations in KAPSULA.
The KAPSULA Writer-in-Residence residency is open to all artists wishing to pursue their own practice in the peaceful setting of rural Mexico and who are open to being part of the process and being featured in the article.
Duration of residency
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance.
We are open to all visual artists, writers, photographers, videomakers and clay artists. We have a traditional Mexican kiln. We do not have videomaking equipment. While we can assist artists in sourcing their materials we cannot fund it.
There is a shared studio space for artists. There are plenty of open air spaces where artists can read, write, and reflect. We also have a natural swimming pool where artists are welcome relax after and before their work sessions.
Fees and support
At moment we do not offer any financial assistance. There is a $50 fee for pick-up and drop off from the Guadalajara Airport.
Expectations towards the artist
Artists are not obligated to present their work, however they are invited to donate a piece of their work to the ANIMA archive.
For application instructions please click on the link .