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Campos de Gutiérrez is a residency program and an archive in Medellín, Colombia.

Please visit our website at www.camposdegutierrez.org or our Res Artis account at http://www.resartis.org/en/residencies/?id_content=5510 for details.
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OPPORTUNITY

Campos de Gutiérrez, Medellín is Now Accepting Proposals for the months of April to June, 2012.


Deadline:
Sun Jan 01, 2012 23:59

Location:
Medellín, Colombia

Campos de Gutiérrez is inviting artists, designers, art historians, and curators to apply to its residency program housed in a 19th century coffee plantation in the foothills of Medellin. The residence is located within a natural reserve 25 minutes away from the downtown area.

The selected residents will be provided with the following: Private lodging with unlimited studio access; Studio visits from guest critics in addition to optional weekly critiques; Weekly guided trips to sites of interest in Medellin; Access to the Campos de Gutiérrez Library; An exhibition or a talk.

A curatorial committee will review the applications and six to eight residents will be selected for the second session of 2012, which runs from April until June. The foundation will cover two third of the program fees, which are estimated at USD $750 a month. This will lower the costs to approximately $250 a month. The fee does not cover board, transportation, or materials except for ceramic clay.

The proposals should be made to begin after April first and end before June 30th, 2012. The minimum amount of time for a residency is six weeks. Please follow the link below to learn more about the application process. For more information visit our website or contact us directly.

http://www.camposdegutierrez.org/campos/apply/

www.camposdegutierrez.org

info@camposdegutierrez.org

Cellular: (+57) 310.443.0408
Land-phone: (+57) 4.221.4076



OPPORTUNITY

Campos de Gutiérrez, Medellín is Now Accepting Proposals for the months of April to June, 2012.


Deadline:
Sun Jan 01, 2012 23:59

Location:
Medellín, Colombia

Campos de Gutiérrez is inviting artists, designers, art historians, and curators to apply to its residency program housed in a 19th century coffee plantation in the foothills of Medellin. The residence is located within a natural reserve 25 minutes away from the downtown area.

The selected residents will be provided with the following: Private lodging with unlimited studio access; Studio visits from guest critics in addition to optional weekly critiques; Weekly guided trips to sites of interest in Medellin; Access to the Campos de Gutiérrez Library; An exhibition or a talk.

A curatorial committee will review the applications and six to eight residents will be selected for the second session of 2012, which runs from April until June. The foundation will cover two third of the program fees, which are estimated at USD $750 a month. This will lower the costs to approximately $250 a month. The fee does not cover board, transportation, or materials except for ceramic clay.

The proposals should be made to begin after April first and end before June 30th, 2012. The minimum amount of time for a residency is six weeks. Please follow the link below to learn more about the application process. For more information visit our website or contact us directly.

http://www.camposdegutierrez.org/campos/apply/

www.camposdegutierrez.org

info@camposdegutierrez.org

Cellular: (+57) 310.443.0408
Land-phone: (+57) 4.221.4076



OPPORTUNITY

Campos De Gutierrez, a Residency Program, Medellín, Colombia.


Deadline:
Sat Oct 01, 2011 00:00

Location:
Medellin, Colombia

Campos de Gutiérrez is an international residency program for contemporary artists, designers, curators, and art historians housed in a 19th century coffee plantation in the foothills of Medellín, Colombia. Campos emerged from the desire to promote historical preservation, while being unafraid to repurpose historical structures for the present. It seeks to foster cross-cultural interactions both within its diverse groups of participants, and between those participants and the existing cultural communities of Medellín.
For those who apply before October 1, 2011, costs will be reduced to a third of the estimate for the year. Please visit the Campos de Gutiérrez website at www.camposdegutierrez.org or email us at info@camposdegutierrez.org for more information.