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Tabakalera - Open Call for artistic residencies 2020


Einsendeschluss: 23.01.2020

 

Tabakalera, International Centre of Contemporary Culture, opens the registration period to participate in the 2020 edition of its residency programme, through which it means to aid and production support to artists, creators, and cultural agents for the development of their initiatives.
 
A total of four artistic proposals will be chosen in this open call, whose period for receiving requests is to remain open until January 23rd, in which artists are to carry out residencies of between four and eight weeks (they can last until 12 weeks in the first category: “Artistic Projects”), from September to December 2020. All residencies will offer the appropriate space, context, and time to develop the artistic projects selected.
 
The main goal of this programme is to create a space to promote possible collaborations between residents and guest agents.

The open call is split into three modalities, each of which with its own particular objective, endowment, and duration:
•    Artistic projects
This call aims to support the development of artistic projects in any format, regardless of the artistic discipline, while also seeking to reinforce the local artistic fabric and encourage exchanges between communities of artists.This call is open to all physical or legal persons, living in Basque Autonomous Community, national or international.
 
Two projects will be selected. The residency, which will last between four and twelve weeks, will offer space, context and time for the development of an artistic project, and it will take place from September to December 2020.
•    Artistic projects in collaboration
The aim of this call is to offer the opportunity to an artist who lives in the Basque Autonomous Community to invite to an artist or cultural agent who lives outside the Basque Autonomous Community, to a residency for the development of an artistic project in collaboration.The residency, which will last between four and eight weeks, will offer space, context and time for the carrying out of the artistic project.
 
From all the proposals received, one project will be selected. The residencies will take place from September to December 2020.
•    Artistic projects through intergenerational collaboration
This call for proposals is intended to give an artist residing in the Basque Autonomous Community, hereinafter the BAC, to invite another artist residing in or outside the BAC, and with whom there is a generation gap, to a residency here. The goal is to develop an artistic process in collaboration, focusing on the diversity brought by the fact of belonging to different generations.
 
From all the proposals received, one project will be selected. The residencies will take place from September to December 2020.