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  • Location: Athens, Greece
  • Deadline: July 6, 2014
  • Duration: Two artists will be in residence in October and November 2014, and two artists in January and February 2015
  • Eligibility: Contemporary art practices all welcome
  • Costs & Support: There is an artist fee of approximately £350 per month, (£ 11.6 per day ) plus £100 deposit
  • URL: http://www.snehtaresidency.org/application

Snehta Open Call Fall 2014-15 – Deadline 6th of July 2014

Snehta wants to open its doors to four contemporary art practitioners to come and live and work in Athens for two months each; two artists will be in residence in October and November 2014, and two artists in January and February 2015!

The application deadline is the 6th of July 2014 and the selected artists will be announced within two weeks after the closing of the open call.

Access all the application material on this link: http://www.snehtaresidency.org/application 

Snehta was formed in 2012 in Athens with the purpose to bring international artists in contact with the Athenian art scene. The artists are selected to live and work in Athens for two months in the Kypseli apartment. Snehta – (Athens in reverse) is a metaphorical name suggesting a deeper “reading” of the city.

Snehta aims to expand artistic activity and research in the City, whilst supporting practices aiming on contemporary issues through an experimental and ingenuous approach. Snehta fosters new relationships and collaborations internally and beyond the confines of Athens, Greece.

 

 

For more information: http://www.snehtaresidency.org/application

 

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