AiR 351 welcomes spontaneous application submissions throughout the year.
Besides providing private studios, offices and shared spaces to work and gather, AiR 351´s professional development program comprises:
— regular studio visits and meetings arranged according to each resident´s practice or research topic;
— engaging with the local art scene, especially with artists, curators, gallerists and collectors, through diverse activities;
— exclusive field trips (to art collections, exhibitions, artists studios, etc).
— technical assistance.
In addition, according to AiR 351´s review and availability residents can also benefit from:
— presenting their work in public events at AiR 351;
— extending presentation opportunities outside of the residency premises through the organization´s partnerships.
Please note that residencies can be exclusively focused on research and dialogue and not necessarily directed towards production or presentation. Curators in residence are encouraged to interact with artists in residence, propose and organize events.
AiR 351 can accommodate up to 6 residents who have a studio-based practice at the same time. Applications of artists and curators who wish to benefit from the program but do not need to use a studio space are also encouraged.
A minimum of 3 months residencies is strongly suggested so residents can fully engage with the arts community, benefit from the resources, opportunities and team support that the program offers.
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