gabriele juvan on 6/9/2016
about ELEVEN artspace

ELEVEN artspace

ELEVEN artspace is located in a former school building on the limits of the little village of Börstingen-Starzach. The surrounding scenery is soft, lovely and quiet. The 1950/60s (?)style of the building, the vastness of the building and the quiet atmosphere are ideal for concentrated work in arts, music and literature. Forrest and a lovely valley allow hiking breaks right from the door.

Cate Woodruff on 30/8/2016
about Gallery pma

My Artist Residency at Gallery pma

There were many, many highlights during this residency. Meeting and getting to know the incredibly warm, enthusiastic gallery owners Paola and Andrea. Paola is a talented architect and introduced me to collectors and friends who were not only interested in my work, but fun to be around.

Laine Cunningham on 16/6/2016
about Arte Studio Ginestrelle

Truly the Best Residency Experience

The premier highlight of this residency program is the 24/7 onsite support from the administrator.
Another top benefit is the breakfast that is provided by the center; this time allows all the artists to gather and share thoughts, gather support, or simply sit quietly and listen to others.

Ulric Roldanus on 6/4/2016
about Greatmore Studios

Greatmore Reports, 2008

I arrived on a dark, rainy and windy morning, which was -of course- not the image we foreigners expect from Cape Town. Taking a shared shuttle from the airport to the artist house in Milner street, where nobody was informed or ready for my arrival, seemed a bit rough.

Margriet Westerhof on 6/4/2016
about Instituto Sacatar

Two Months of Magic at the Instituto Sacatar, 2011

The Instituto Sacatar (Bahia, Brazil) is popular with artists, musicians and performers from all over the world. Even though you can see the rapidly expanding city of Salvador from the pier, Itaparica has the laid back atmosphere of a tropical island.

Julian Vadas on 6/4/2016
about ARTCEB International Residency Program

Residency at ArtCEB, Botopasi, Suriname, 2011

Botopasi is a small village deep in the vast expanse of mostly untouched Amazonian rainforest in the interior of Suriname, South America. Populated by the friendly Saramaccan people, Botopasi is a special location. It is extremely remote. We had to travel several hours by boat to reach the village from the last stop of the roadway (although small airplanes do service Botopasi).

Libby Hart on 6/4/2016
about Cill Rialaig Project

Libby Hart at The Cill Rialaig Project, 2012

Daniele Catalli on 6/4/2016
about Kanaal 10 Guest Studio

My days in the house, or how I survived the dutch croquettes, 2014

When I first applied for Doklaan, I didn’t know what to expect. Dream Circus Project was just at the beginning and I was looking for a place to make it work outside my country. Also, I used to study in Groningen and wanted to go back to Holland for a while. I never lived in Amsterdam. I was curious about the city and the art scene.