The programme is designed for artists who are at least three years out from a school of arts and who have done at least two solo exhibitions or presentations. NU´VEM residential program 2024 is advertised for these artist fields - painting, sculpture, design and architecture, dance and choreography. • The residential stay takes place at a protected nature reserve in reconstructed original mills. The resident must respect the rules in place due to the nature of the location of the residential programme and the buildings located at it. This concerns in particular the protection of fauna and flora, the protection of works of art by former residents and the protection of FREESAM assets, taking into account the frequently windy and rainy weather on the Pico Island. • Residents must take into account the limited production facilities and natural conditions which require a higher resistance of the resident. • The resident must have a driver's license and speak English.
Number of Participants
The open call is intended for 1 artist or for an artistic couple.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
March 01, 2024 - November 30, 2024
- €200.00 material budget (one-time)
- €500.00 travel budget
- €1,000.00 stipend (one-time)
Architecture, Choreography, Dance, Design, Painting, Sculpture
The monthly residencies on the island of Pico in the Azores will take place between March and November (excluding July and August) 2024. The program is intended for active artists with a degree who are interested in creating in the unique and inspiring environment of the island in the middle of the Atlantic. NU´VEM residential program 2024 is advertised for these artist fields - painting, sculpture, design and architecture, dance and choreography. This private project is independent of any institutions. Its aim is the development of the arts and cultural exchange. The topic of the project that applicants submit as part of their application must reflect the location of the residency or environmental protection. Site specific projects and the use of local materials will be prioritized in the assessment of applications.
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