UPDATE - RESULTS
We are pleased to announce Marie Lukáčová has been chosen as this year's resident at MGLC - International Centre of Graphic Arts in Ljubljana!
- 1 artist (individual) operating on a longer term on the Czech art scene with good knowledge of English;
- preference (not mandatory) - work related to printmaking medium or following the concept of “community, art and nature”
1 October - 30 November 2018
MGLC will provide:
* accommodation in fully-equipped studio apartment at Swisshouse Creative Centre, Ljubljana
* travel costs from Czech Republic to Ljubljana [up to €350]
* stipend towards living expenses [€641,7 per month]
* access to the printmaking studio at MGLC with technical assistance
* assistance and curatorial guidance in order to meet art professionals in Ljubljana/Slovenia
The resident will:
* cover possible additional costs related to the shipping of materials and production of a piece
* engage in public presentation of his/her work in the form of talks, workshops or an exhibition.
Where to apply?
please send portfolio, updated CV, a brief statement describing your artistic practice and a short plan of the project/research/idea developed during the residency to firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: May 20th 2018
Location: Švicarija/Swisshouse Creative Centre is a cultural, educational and social hub located in the heart of Ljubljana’s central park, which offers public programmes, studio facilities for local artists and residencies for international artists and experts. The centre is also a home to extensive public programme that follows the concept of “community, art and nature”. It is part of MGLC – International Centre of Graphic Arts, a specialised museum, producer of printed and contemporary art, and organiser of Biennial of Graphic Arts, Ljubljana. Focusing primarily on contemporary visual arts the international residency programme is thus closely linked to the location and history of the building which now enables a space for production to thirteen Slovenian artists and offers three studio apartments to international artists and experts in residence. Both, residential and public programme focus on interdisciplinarity, address wider audience and introduce educational content connecting art, human sciences and natural sciences.