Dates: 1.8 – 30.9 2010
European Ceramic Context 2010 and Air Bornholm is cooperating on offering a six-week residency for up to eight talented ceramic Artists. Selected artists will be given the time and space to develop a new project or body of work in ceramics.
Two residencies are offered at Svanekegaarden.
Four residencies are offered at Møbelfabrikken.
Two residencies are offered at The Glass And Ceramic School on Bornholm.
Deadline 1.3 2010.
Nature of the residencies
The residency provides six weeks free access to studio facilities at either Svanekegaarden, Møbelfabrikken or The Glass and Ceramic School on Bornholm.
The residencies are offered to professional ceramic artists, who are expected to be proficient in the processes and techniques discussed in their residency application.
The residency will be provided with basic materials and access to kilns and firerings during this period.
The resident will be offered housing at either Svanekegaarden or Møbelfabrikken, depending on where the resident will be working.
The resident is responsible for organizing and paying for their own travels to and from Bornholm.
Residents will be responsible for providing, bringing or preordering any specialist materials other than the basics provided by ECC2010.
Assistance with contact info to suppliers in Scandinavia is available on request.
The resident must bring all specialist- and hand tools needed.
The period of the residency is granted to the named resident only, partners and other makers are not allowed to work in the studios during this time.
During the period of the residency it is incumbent on the resident to communicate, aid and assist his or her fellow residents in an open and friendly manner. This interaction and exchange is seen as being one of the benefits and challenges of the residence period.For more info contact them through the European Ceramic Context website here.