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Artists-in-Residence

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Beginning in 2005, with the acclaimed American artist/activist Kim Abeles as our first Artist-in-Residence, ArtMill has invited one or two working artists each summer to come and have the luxury of time and space to focus on their projects. Generally, the theme is related to an aspect of ArtMill's mission or genii loci. 

 

Residencies are 1-6 months in duration. We welcome applications year-round. Fee: 400 EU/month or exchange of talent, art, garden sweat. 

 

The residency program is open to artists in the broad sense of the word: poets, scientists, writers, dancers, musicians, thinkers, creators, performers or painters of the future.

 

Requirements for Applicants for Artist-in-Residence:

  • at least 10 years of professional experience
  • a willingness to pitch in and work in the garden, help out on the farm on occasion, or otherwise participate in the ArtMill public activities by leading a workshop on your choice
  • independence and the ability to adjust to a new cultural environment
  • ability to do own cooking, cleaning, shopping
  • readiness for intense solitude peppered with chaotic activity that you can always choose to avoid


What we offer to Artists-in-Residence:

  • studio space with access to the workshop and all facilities at ArtMill
  • living space
  • food from the garden or cellars, depending on the season.
  • organic lunches if a program is running during your stay
  • midnight swims in the lake, or ice hockey in winter


All other costs: transportation, additional meals, materials must be provided by the artist.

 

Send us a brief description of your intent and purpose to visit ArtMill plus a current CV. For more information contact our Program Director, Alexis Strong.

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