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PECAH: Art residency in INDIA

Deadline: 10 Jan, 2018

Disciplines: Activism, Art Education, Choreography, Collaboration, Community, Composition, Crafts & Trades, Curatorial, Dance, Drawing, Experimental, Film & Video, Fine art, Gastronomy, Installation, Land Art, Literature, Music & Sound, Painting, Performance, Photography, Poetry, Printmaking, Sculpture, Sound, Textile, Theater, Visual Arts, Writing.

Location: Manila, Uttarakhand, India

Deadline: 10 Jan, 2018

Duration: 1 month

Eligibility: Please send 5 images of your work, a project description and a CV

Support: Housing, work spaces, workshops, weekend visits, food

Costs: $1000 USD for the residency + plane ticket and visa costs


Program Description:

Description of residency program
PECAH is an art residency that will give you the opportunity, through workshops, to learn about traditional Indian art forms such as aipan, pattachitra, cow dung painting, folk music, folk danse, etc. You will learn from local artist and exchange with them. This is a group residency, which means that you will get to share your view on art with artists from all over the world; it is also an opportunity to create links with them that can last a lifetime! At PECAH, we promote international friendship and collaboration in between the artists, believing that working together, sharing opportunities as well, can enrich one artist's work and career.
PECAH has the perfect location: facing the Himalayas, you get a breath-taking view everyday of your stay - it is truly inspirational, whether you are a painter, a photographer, a musician, a writer, etc. It is also the opportunity to learn more about India in a real quiet context, which can be a great contrast with the constant noise of the big Indian cities.
Come to PECAH not only to travel and see art behind a glass in a museum: learn to make it, look at it from close and truly immerse yourself in this beautiful adventure!
Duration of residency
 1 month (from February 24th to March 25th 2018)
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
 We welcome visual artists, musicians, dancers, photographs, writers, etc.
The material needed during the workshops is provided by PECAH. However, if you need some specific material for your personal project, you should bring it. Please make sure to explain us clearly what are your needs for your project, so we can make sure it is possible for us to assist you within this residency.
 Room are shared (3 people per room)
Studio/ workspace
 We work on the ground of the residency. 
Fees and support
 The residency cost $1000 US, including food and accommodation, cost of the weekend visits, pick up at the Delhi airport. We can also provide a recommandation letter if needed. 
Expectations towards the artist
 Participation to the workshops
Participation to artist talks
Performance / exhibition at the end of the residency
Application information
Please send us:
A resume / CV (online or CD).
A brief statement, covering your interest, art practice and why you want to join this residency.
5 images or examples of your current practice which represents your artistic ability. If you are a writer it may be difficult to appraise text due to language barriers. However, we encourage you to give us an idea of your style and inspirations.
List your choice of four workshops you would like to participate in over the four week period (view the workshop page for more details). 

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