Visual Arts Printmaking
English, Spanish, Hungarian
Eleven weeks (April 1 – June 17, 2018)
Paid by artist 

Basic fee is 1100 EUR and includes shared accommodation, workshops, and studio costs. Private accommodation is available for an additional fee. Residents are expected to cover their travel costs, material costs and daily expenses. Some materials can be bought directly from BARTR at subsidised prices.

One fee supported place is offered each session. The recipient will not be required to pay the residency fee but will still be responsible for travel costs, material costs and day to day expenses.

Application guidelines 

It is free to apply. Please apply via the application form. Your application should include:

  • A brief resume
  • 300–500 words introducing yourself and stating why you would like to take part in BARTR.
  • Pictures of 3 different artworks (maximum 5 pictures, please).
15/12/2017 30/01/2018


December 15 (fee-supported place); January 30 (fee paying place)



BARTR Budapest Art Residency


BARTR is an independent, non profit organisation made up of Budapest-based artists, curators, cultural managers, local businesses and cooperatives. The BARTR artist-in-residence program is held annually in Budapest and hosts a maximum of 10 artists each session. Each session includes a well organised program of workshops, lectures and studio visits. The concept behind this format is to give residents a chance to engage with as many local initiatives as possible, while allowing enough time for self directed work.

The program’s focus is on contemporary visual arts, however they try to keep the call as open as possible – space permitting. Each session is slightly different and the direction of the final exhibition and publication is dependent on each group of residents and the body of work they produce. This session, there will be a focus on public space and urbanisation, and the exhibition will take place at several locations throughout Budapest. In addition to a varied selection of workshops, the program offers a strong print-focussed elective, in line with the vibrant zine, comic, and print scene in Central and Eastern Europe. Residents who choose this focus will be invited to participate in a collaborative publication in addition to the exhibition.


Artists are expected to participate in the workshops and exhibit their works in the final exhibition. Residents that choose to take part in the print focused workshops will participate in a collaborative printed publication in addition to the exhibition.

Accommodation Information 

Residents will be accommodated in the downtown quarter of Budapest’s center city in well equipped and secure shared apartments. Private and twin rooms are available.

Studio Information 

Residents have access to well-equipped and spacious shared studios for the duration of the residency. A range of sizes are available. The studios are assigned based on the requirements of each artist, in discussion with the organisers.

Somogyi Bela Utca 1

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