Artists require funding for travel, accommodation, per diem.
There are three ways of entrance to the program: direct invitation, open call, and direct application from those interested.
The residency program promotes exchanges among artists and curators and aims to establish a dialogue between local, national and international processes to deepen the discussion on artistic practices in Medellin. Its objective is not the production of specific projects but rather to provide a new context for the artists in residence hoping to enrich their experience and to build long term work relationships.
Taller 7 provides its residents with a place to work and live temporarily. The projects generated during their stay have the possibility of being made public through exhibitions, publications and academic activities (talks, conferences, etc.).
Exhibitions, publications and academic activities (talks, conferences, etc.).
Taller 7 has two private rooms, studio, common areas outdoor, kitchen, WIFI, and one computer available. Also, the space can be adapted to hold exhibitions, talks and workshops.
Taller 7 is located in an old house in downtown Medellin, an area where, historically, have converged diverse social, cultural and economic issues, making it the heart of deep transformations, marked by significant contrasts. Every day thousands of citizens go about this area, where residential, commercial, educational and cultural zones come together, which make Taller 7 a meeting point in the city, open to a more diverse public, where events and activities stimulate dialogue by offering multiple views that nurture existing processes and encourage new mechanisms of interaction.