Round trip transportation fee to Seto, accommodation during the stay, space for production of work in Seto Ceramics and Glass Art Center, expenses of materials and firing fee.
Travel and accident insurance and living expenses.
Please download the application form and guideline from their website.
This residency started as a program to promote international exchange through the fired pottery and glassworks that are characteristic of Seto. The word, 'Seto-mono', has historically been used in Japan to designate the ceramics in any style. The origin of this word is founded in the high regard attributed to the potters of Seto City. Based on their city's incredibly rich and unique deposits of ceramic and glass materials, the contemporary artists of Seto city continue to build this rich tradition. The residency program is intended to share this tradition with artists throughout the world. The art exchange programsupports the ceramic and glass artists from all over the world to exchange ideas with local artists, which will bring new perspectives to Seto City with more than 1000 years of ceramic history. This program also intends to encourage Seto citizens to encounter different forms of artistic expression through the art and cultural activites.
Individual room with shower, mini kitchen, washing machine and air conditioner.
Seto City is located about 20 km northeast from Nagoya City and renowned as one of the major production centers of pottery in Japan with a history and tradition of more than 1000 years. Their facility is located at the center of the city, and in the neighborhood are cultural facilities such as Seto City Art Museum, Seto-Gura Museum, and Seto Municipal Center of Multimedia and Traditional Ceramics.
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