Arteles
Works in HaukijäRvi Finland

BIO
Arteles is a non-profit organization developing creativity, art and culture.

Overview
Arteles combines the fields of creativity into interdisciplinary and functional equations. The operational focus centralizes to international creative center & residency activity and to creative productions & services.

In Arteles the main principle is to provide freedom for creating and reinventing. Courage to dream and to see things from new perspectives. These elements build a base for creative processes and more colorful future scene. Art and creativity do not know any boundaries - They have the strength to reveal the truth and set the course of the future.
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OPPORTUNITY

Arteles Residency Program in Finland


Deadline:
Fri Sep 17, 2010 00:00

Location:
Finland

Call for entries
Arteles Residency Program in Haukijarvi, Finland
Deadline for the call: 17th of September 2010.

Period: Winter 2010 and Spring 2011.
Online application form. www.arteles.org/apply_to_residency.html
For more information please visit us in here: www.arteles.org/creativecenter.html
or contact us at: info@arteles.org.

Arteles is calling open-minded creative participants from all disciplines such as music/sound, fine art, photography, contemporary research, film/video, multidisciplinary arts, installation, painting, new media etc. Also other fields of creativity are now open such as graphic design and fashion. The selection of artists is done by the Arteles administration along with selected network members or invited creative professionals.

We are looking for surprising and compelling project proposals, a strong desire to develop one s artistic career and an applicant who will contribute to Arteles vision and its community.

We look forward for hearing from you!

With best regards,
Arteles team
www.arteles.org
info@arteles.org

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OPPORTUNITY

Arteles Artist in Residency in Finland


Deadline:
Mon Mar 01, 2010 00:00

Location:
Finland

Call for entries
Deadline: 1 March 2010

Arteles Artist in Residency
programme in Finland Summer / Winter 2010
Period: 1.6.-30.12.2010 - Time: 1-6 months

www.arteles.org
info@arteles.org

Arteles Center is located in Hämeenkyrö, in the heart of the most beautiful national landscape area of south-westerly Finland (European Council landscape award 2009), within 20 minutes one reaches Tampere airport and within one hour and a half the Helsinki airport.

The Center itself is a hundred years old school transformed in to a dynamic working and conference center for the professionals in the field of art and culture. The center creates a platform for interconnected art and science productions, organizes contemporary art exhibitions, other cultural happenings and offers working and living space for short and long term working. The ´artist in residence` program brings together curators, artists and producers in emerging and advanced career stages from all countries and disciplines (fine arts, multimedia and video art, new technologies, literature, theatre, dance, music, etc.)

The residency program aims to create a portal for dialogue between the actors in the cultural field, strengthen the connection between the Finnish contemporary art scene and international collaborators, offer high quality culture experiences for audience both in the urban area as in the provinces and bring closer the cultural exchange between countries. Particularly the program supports residents in their personal research, creative explorations and professional growth.

The selection of artists is done by the Arteles administration. The selection criteria are defined by the quality of the project, its adequacy to Arteles philosophy and the applicant?s curriculum.

Instructions

The applicant needs to deliver us

1. Filled application form (downloadable in www.arteles.org)
2. Curriculum vitae (max 2 pages)
3. Introduction to your recent art practice with description of a project proposal (max 2 page of text and 3-5 images)
4. Optional: reference letters (1-3)

www.arteles.org