Granted educational programme.
Post-graduate residency for artists.
Grant for 1 year: 750€/month + accommodation.
Grants are available for citizens of the European Union and, exceptionally, other countries.
The candidates have to be under 40 years old at the moment of submitting their candidature.
Accommodation space available to rent:
Individual room: 60 € / night
Double room: 75 € / night
French-speaking artists can apply. See more here:www.casadevelazquez.org (in French).
Apply for 2017 from 1/12/2016 to 16/01/2017
Casa de Velázquez is both a centre for artistic creation and a centre for research. It is run by the Ministry of Higher Education and Research. Since its foundation in 1928 it has included both an artistic section and a scientific section. Casa de Velázquez's mission is to carry on creative activities and research relating to the arts, languages, literatures and societies of Spain and Iberian and Ibero-American countries.
Its tasks also include assisting in the training of artists, researchers and teacher/researchers and taking part in the development of artistic and scientific exchanges between France and the other countries concerned.
Casa de Velàzquez selects for one year periods, renewable for one further year, pre- or post-doctoral researchers working in the area of Human and Social Sciences in fields relevant to the geographical areas of interest. The artists—recruited for the same period—are accommodated at the residence. Any disciplines—painting, sculpture, engraving, architecture, musical composition, cinema and photography—may be represented. Casa de Velázquez also grants short-term scholarships (for artists, researchers and pre- and post-doctoral students).
33 rooms, 40-70 m2.
17 studios for artists.
The artists have acces to technical rooms like a music studio, engraving workshop, photographic laboratory. There is a computer room freely available to members, scholars and guests.
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