Spring Residency @ Hangar Lisbon
Disciplines: Critical studies, Curatorial, Design, Digital, Drawing, Experimental, Film & Video, Fine art, Installation, Light and Projection, Literature, Media Arts, Moving Image, Music & Sound, Painting, Performance, Photography, Printmaking, Research, Sculpture, Sound, Visual Arts, Writing.
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Duration: 1 to 3 months
Eligibility: Contemporary Artists
Support: Hangar does not provide financial support, but may be able to help with funding applications.
Costs: all residencies are self-funded
The Residency program at Hangar encourages dialogue, exchange and experimentation. The program is non prescriptive and process-based, allowing visiting artists to develop projects in response to their new environment, or to conduct research benefiting from Lisbon´s resources.
The Residencies Program is firmly established in the Lisbon arts scene, promoting diverse cultures and practices through international and experimental projects.
Hangar develops several International Residency Programs that give non-resident artists in Portugal or Lisbon the opportunity to live and work in Lisbon for a period between two weeks and three months (longer periods can be arranged.) The program aims to facilitate the international exchange and the exchange of ideas through artistic practice in the areas of visual arts, performance, photography and video.
Hangar has 7 living and work studios for residency in a private format. There are 4 studios with private bathroom and kitchenette facilities and 3 private studios that have a co-working format with shared kitchen and WC facilities.
Together with Hangar Exhibitions and Participation Program these international residencies encourage dialogue, exchange and experimentation. Through strategic partnerships in the international art world and institutions linked to cultural production and artistic research in various countries and through the Triangle Network Hangar program aims to strengthen the existing exchange between Portugal, Europe, Africa and South America
Artists are expected to partake in Artist Talks, Workshops and Open Studio events at the gallery. This is a valuable opportunity for artists to promote and raise awareness about their work, because it gives them the chance to create a dialogue of exchange between themselves and the diverse audiences that attend the events, thus working to raise their artist profile.
Special equipment that Hangar provides includes: D.Y.A. tools, Studio space, Photolab, library and access to the internet.
Artists are expected to pay for their expenses. This includes studio space and accommodation, which are both in-situ at the gallery.
Potential applicants should apply to Hangar by email, and selection is decided by a jury that choose the most promising artists.
How to apply:
If you wish to apply to our residency program, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org ONE pdf with the following information:
- A brief description of the work you intend to create during your residency
- Artwork portfolio
- The dates which you intend to stay at Hangar
Once we receive this information, we will get back to you with our decision.
Residencies are subject to approval and to space availability. If accepted, we will assist residents with funding applications if needed.
Spring Residency is from May to July.
More Info: http://hangar.com.pt
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(Deadline: 30 Mar, 2018)
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(Deadline: 25 Feb, 2018)
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(Deadline: 16 Mar, 2018)
HARP Horse and Art Research Program
(Deadline: 15 Feb, 2018)