deadline: open

In the month of April, spring is flourishing and the summer is awakening! Come as an Artist in Residency and meet with us in East Iceland! We are waiting for you!
The Residency is multi-disciplinary and open to most creative directions. The purpose of the program is to provide emerging and established artists, creatives, designers and progressive thinkers a port for free expression. We offer access to a range of studios and work facilities and a place to meet with other creative people in a small collaborative community.
We were established in 2011 when a group of people acquired the abandoned Fish Factory (2800 m2) of the village, with the aim of transforming it into a thriving place of creativity, music and craftmanship. This is an ongoing collaborative and community project and our actions and aims are based on sustainable principles and alternative methods.
Our Residency Artists stay together in a big house with a large grown garden in the heart of our small village. The house has 4 spacious bedrooms, large kitchen, a bathroom with bathtub, a washroom and internet access. Bed linen is provided. Each artist has their own private bedroom and shares the kitchen and bathroom with the other artists.
For the month of April, we can offer one artist a shared studio space (50 m2). The Centre has fully equipped wood & metal workshops, kitchen, small library, sewing workshop and a Concert hall. All of which the artists have access to along with our paint & material storage in consultation with a team member.
The artist must pay a fee of 600 euros. This fee includes a private Bedroom in a shared Artist flat, and rent of the Studio space together with all the facilites & workshops that are available in the Centre.
LET´S APPLY! >>> info@inhere.is / http://here-in-residency.tumblr.com/how-to-apply


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