Open Call


La Maldita Estampa

No Funding
Barcelona, Spain


Addressed to professional artists or artists in training who want to develop their artistic project in a different environment and context, who want to experiment or learn about a specific technique or various graphic techniques, we use traditional and contemporary graphic processes, experimentation is a key factor in contemporary graphics. To facilitate the full functionality of the residence, the resident artists must indicate their needs for technical, material and human support from the LME Workshop, specifically indicating what type of residence they are interested in, to make available all the resources that are within our reach and carry out the artistic project. A) Production residence, or B) Training residence

Number of Participants

We have a completely new and fully equipped space, with the necessary infrastructure for the development of activities related to the world of printmaking. A production workshop of more than 90 square metres and a gallery of more than 30 square metres.Spacious studio to share with a maximum of 6 people can work comfortably. We are located in the heart of Barcelona (Spain) at 112 Aragón Street, a cosmopolitan neighbourhood surrounded by beautiful modernist architecture.


Selection Results (Announcement Dates)


February 01, 2023 - December 30, 2023


  • $240.00 program fee (weekly)


Alternative Processes Darkroom, Co-Working, Desk Space, Gallery, Library, Shared Studio


No meals

Public Programs

Demo Day, Professional Development


Crafts & Trades, Drawing, Illustration, Printmaking, Textile, Visual Arts


English, Spanish

Program Description

Printmaking Studio & Gallery. La Maldita Estampa is a space for creation, research, training and dissemination of contemporary printmaking. We specialise in etching and relief printmaking, screen printing, lithography, photogravure, mokulito, collagraph and bookbinding among others. La Maldita Estampa creates the opportunity and the right conditions to host international artists in Barcelona (Spain) with its Artists in Residence programme, offering its space formed by a fully equipped workshop and its gallery, an ideal place for the diffusion and promotion of the work of the resident artists. Our aim is to offer resident artists the resources, support and guidance necessary for the optimal development of their projects. To make the artist feel as if they were in their own studio, working freely, developing, experimenting, researching and achieving the highest quality as a final result. In short, to make their stay a fun, rewarding and productive experience.

Similar Open Calls