Phoenix Athens and Villa Exarchia residency program is designed for artists working in all disciplines including visual arts, media art, installation and conceptual art, sculpture, painting, etc. The minimum 2 weeks residency aims towards the development of artists' research, production, experience, critical discourse, networking, and local participation. All applicants are requested to provide the following materials: – a short description of their project proposal focused especially on this residency, maximum 500 words. – dates of the residency – a link to their website & social media if available – an updated CV – an artist statement – a portfolio in pdf format (no larger than 7mb) Applicants must be eligible for visa-free travel to Europe for three months duration or secure their own visa in advance.
Number of Participants
Two live/work studios are available for artists-in-residence at Villa Exarchia Residency. An extra working space is also available for artists to use if needed. Residents can benefit from overlapping with other artists and to have the chance for more individual feedback.
March 01, 2019 - May 31, 2019
- €500.00 program fee
Darkroom, Desk Space, Fabrication Lab, Gallery, Installation Space
Apartment, Kitchen, Live/Work, Private Bathroom, Private Housing, Private Room
Community Engagement , Exhibition, Open Studios, Workshops
Ceramics, Collective, Conceptual Art, Crafts & Trades, Curatorial, Illustration, Immersive Experiences, Installation, Performance Art, Photography, Research, Sculpture, Sound Art, Textile, Video Art
English, French, Greek
Phoenix Athens aims to create a fully developed residency programme which will support and promote artists' work. An Athens based curator will work with each artist individually throughout their stay to support their research, practice and onsite public/ community projects. The curator will be in discussion with the artists’ prior and during their stay in Athens in order to provide a rounded collaboration. The residency aims to motivate artists to develop their practice and research inspired by the rich culture of the city. Phoenix Athens proposes to create a dialogue between the current residents and the social, political and cultural history of the city. Artists are welcomed to produce small and large scale of work using all the facilities mentioned below. Artists are welcomed to facilitate a workshop based on their practice or provide a talk/presentation in order to present their work and research to the public.
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