Arte Studio Ginestrelle International residency – italy

Application deadline  01/11/2012
Ginestrelle (the name comes from the presence of the Broom Plant, Cytisus Scoparius)is a sympathetically restored traditional farmhouse set in the hills of the Regional Park of Mount Subasio, near the historic town of Assisi, famous for its frescos by Giotto and Cimabue.
It offers residencies to artists from all artistic disciplines but its aim is to support excellence and originality, though young artists at the beginning of their careers are also encouraged to apply.
Applications will be judged on the basis of CVs and portfolios submitted.
– to promote contemporary art in all its diverse forms within an international context
– to stimulate creativity through direct contact with nature and a respect for the environment
– to set up an exchange of ideas within various disciplines of contemporary art practice
– to establish workshops, exhibitions, and open-air art events in the Regional Park of Mount Subasio

Arte Studio Ginestrelle offers the use of a number of common spaces and facilities:
•    studio
•    work and exhibition spaces
•    refurbished barns adapted as workspaces
•    kitchen
•    living room
•    internet wireless connection
Some organic foods such as olive-oil, vegetables and fruit are also included according to season.
•    Natural materials such as stone and wood may also be made available, wireless internet access.
The director will be glad to send you further information regarding how to apply for the Fall/winter residencies, International exhibition 2012, residencies programs 2013 and the additional details. Please contact:


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