Residency In Times Of COVID (Jan-March 2022)

Artistic fields
Applied Arts, Architecture, Curating, Dance, Design, Digital, Drawing, Education, Fashion, Film, Installation, Interdisciplinary, Painting, Performance, Photography, Printmaking, Public Art, Research, Sculpture, Social Practice, Sound Art, Textiles, Video, Visual Arts, Writing
We’ve been brainstorming how to re-open the AIR program at ArteSumapaz. Back in March ‘20, we went into lockdown with 13 artists, and learned a lot in the process. We believe that a key part of the AIR experience is the commensality – those wonderful conversations we have while sharing a glass of wine and a good meal. Thus, the idea of these new restrictions are daunting; yet needed for going forward in the near future. So, how will these new residencies be different from other types of residencies? ALL newly-arriving residents will be in a 7-day quarantine. See below for details about quarantine – really, not that bad at all! Residency length: January to March 2022 Quarantine Process – In order to fly into Colombia, you will have to have a negative PCR test. In addition to that test requirement, we will be practicing social distancing and other measures in your first week at ArteSumapaz. – All rooms have a door directly to the varanda or outside; so you can move freely between the house and your studio, or if, in fact, you want to wander about on the 116 hectares/286 acres of the property. – No communal meals – instead meals will be served in the dining area, but each resident will take there food to eat in their own space. – You will have access to the library/sala and the dining room, but will be required to use facemasks and social distancing. This, and the dining room, where there is a water kettle, coffee, etc, are the only indoor communal spaces. – In all other instances, the only other limitation for those two weeks is that we’ll be social distancing. Depending on the nature of the studio you wish to work in – there are small private spaces, and the large communal studio, as well as an open-air, covered area. Disciplines, work equipment and assistance Materials: Clay Charcoal (Rustic but functionable for drawing) Printing Press Book binding tools Drawing benches Resources: Library with more than 1000 books Limited WIFI Studio / Workspace Individual spaces x 2 Communal BIG spaces x2 (For security this spaces will be open for max. 2 artist each ) 1 Aereal silks instalation kiln
Bogota, Colombia
3 months
Participation fee
750 USD
Required documents
Artist Statement
Artwork / Portfolio
Application Forms
Application type
Online Form
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