10,00 € per night for accommodation and workspace, after 2 two weeks 5,00 € per day - food, daily expenses, working materials, transportation costs, health insurance and medical expenses and any other expenses related to the residency and public presentation of the works.
Application form download here: /sites/default/files/webform/gap_application_form_2_0.pdf
Please send your application form with the requested documents to: glurns.art.point @ gmail.com
GAP is the first open atelier house in the region between Italy, Austria, Switzerland. It's established from artists for artists in South Tyrol. South Tyrol is the place of birth and home to many established and famous artists. GAP Art Residency is located in the medieval centre of Glurns/Glorenza in South Tirol (Italy), in a quiet picturesque location, nearby all town facilities, in a simple 2-storey house. The residency structure now includes a large studio with workspaces, table/carving place, living room with kitchen, in the upper floor two bedrooms for two/tree artists (available also as single room).
For the period from June until September 2015 GAP is offering the position of Curator in Residence to students or graduates. As for this position the German language is a very important parameter.GAP artist in residence program is dedicated to supporting young contemporary artist (in relation to their work) offering accommodation, space, time and resources away from their every-day life in a unique nature and cultural landscape. Fusing the regional character with a national and international perspective, the centre is a place where artists work, conduct research and where exhibitions introduce a variety of contemporary art and social practice.
Accommodations with two bedrooms for 2/3 artists (also available as single room), full furnished kitchen, bathroom with shower, washing machine.
a large/tall studio (about 90sqm) with several working spaces and a second studio (about 20sqm), partially used for workshops and exhibitions.
Glurns/Glorenza is the smallest town in South Tyrol (Italy) and works its magic on every visitor with its charming medieval atmosphere, perfectly preserved town walls and its three picturesque gate towers. Virtually unchanged since the 16th century, there are echoes of the eventful history of this former trading town around every corner. With its romantic character, rich culture and idyllic surroundings, Glurns is a real alpine jewel.