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Residency in southern Italy–deadline extended

Deadline: 15 Mar, 2017

Disciplines: Activism, Collaboration, Digital, Experimental, Film & Video, Fine art, Land Art, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Social Practice, Visual Arts.

Location: San Potito Sannitico, Caserta, Campania, Italy

Deadline: 15 Mar, 2017

Duration: July 1- 31, August 1-31

Eligibility: application form from website

Support: n/a

Costs: 850 Euros participation fee


Program Description:

San Potito Sannitico is a lively village wedged between the hills of Matese and the town of Piedimonte-Matese. Cultural festivals take place through the summer, including a public art festival and a film festival of emerging film makers. The residency offers accommodation in two-bedroom apartments with indoor and outdoor studio space. There is a printing press and other basic facilities for working in a variety of disciplines. Terra Vivente encourages interaction with the local community and invites artists who work with community engagement in mind as well as artists working with ideas of sustainability. Its location appeals to a wide range of interests, from visiting historic villages or Naples to walking in the hills. For details on how to apply, the residency fee, and to download the application form, see website.

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