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PADA is an artist led, not for profit, arts association, unique in its support to artists. As a cultural resource, PADA promotes interaction between national and international artists, the local community and surrounding region. Set in a derelict industrial park with a history dating back to 1885, PADA offers artists time and space to develop their practice through the exploration of technique and process. PADA is located in the picturesque town of Barreiro, a medium-sized city on the South Bank of the River Tagus (20 minutes from Lisbon by ferry). Barreiro was the main industrial city in Portugal and Spain until 1970 and is known for its political and industrial history. Since the 70’s, Barreiro has been slowly redefining its identity, without losing its main characteristics inherited from history. Barreiro is known for its cooperation, creativity, resilience and hospitality, combined with a strong sense of identity and connection with the ever-present river Tagus. PADA is located in the old textile area of CUF’s Industrial Park, and today, is surrounded by light industry and various fabrication businesses. Large sections of the area are in ruins and the remains of what was once a large industrial power now stand empty and […]
Rua 42, n2, Baía do Tejo Parque Industrial do Barreiro 2831-904 Barreiro, Portugal PO box 5092
DUPLEX | Artists in Residence is an independent artist-run-space, composed of studios, a residency program and a gallery. DUPLEX occupies an area of 1000m2 distributed by 3 main floors. The first floor is occupied by our gallery. In the second floor 10 long-term studios receive artists living in Lisbon, as well as our office. On the third floor additional 8 studios and a curator’s office are dedicated to our residency program. Seeking to stimulate creative processes, experimentation and plastic production as well as the discourse that these dynamics originate, DUPLEX presents itself as a privileged territory for the coexistence of different artists, different productions and different ways of thinking about the work of art and its context. Valuing advances and setbacks, valuing error, failure, and disruption as participants in contemporary praxis, the entire structure and functioning of DUPLEX seeks, in addition to celebrate the final results, to recognize the conceptual and procedural richness of artistic creation, and bring the public closer to it. For resident artists, DUPLEX’s artistic residency program allows a quick insertion in the artistic community of Lisbon, offering the possibility, time and space to develop and show their work. With guest visits, conversations, organized visits to studios […]
R. Angelina Vidal 31, 1170-017 Lisboa, Portugal
HyperCube is an artist-run project space that researches the innovative possibilities between alternative art spaces, and artists’ and scientists’ interactions with the in-situ/ex-situ. HyperCube is a non-profit experimental art space founded by artist, Özge Topçu and takes its purpose and identity from her practice. In her artwork, Ozge explores the relationship between the spatiality of space, science, and sociology. Hypercube is dedicated to curating and hosting projects that further understanding between the relationship of space, science, and sociology. As a non-profit organisation, HyperCube creates an open space for trans-disciplinary activity and aims to build institutional engagement with non-institutional actors such as local communities and students. HyperCube is open for project proposals from makers, thinkers, artists, and scientists. In additional to its regular call for curated projects, HyperCube welcomes and responds year round to open submissions. email@example.com Inspired by higher dimensional iterations of the cube, as well as the existing architectural structure of its location, the HyperCube space aims deconstruct the traditional notion of ‘the white cube’ and develop a hyper form of art space.
R. Almeida e Sousa, Lisbon, Portugal
RAMA Art Residency in PortugalResearch and experimentation by national and international artists, researchers and curators
RAMA – Art Residency is located in the municipality of Torres Vedras, in the west part of Portugal. Born in 2020, it is aimed at research and experimentation by national and international artists, researchers and curators, it promotes the interaction between professionals and the crossing of artistic practices, the sharing of experiences and knowledge, and relationship with the local community, culture, crafts and traditional knowledge, and with the region’s history and landscape. RAMA, as part of a rural landscape in Maceira village, parish of Dois Portos, and Alfeiria village, parish of Carvoeira e Carmões, intends to develop as an advanced research center in the arts’ field and at the intersection with science and education, looking for ideas for sustainability, ecology and the balance between systems. Residencies last from 1 to 4 months or for longer periods depending on the nature of the projects. Residency programs with mentorship and studio visits are customized to each project in a specialized and immersive working environment. Artistic Residency The program with accommodation and studio, or with studio space only, can host up to 4 artists simultaneously, in each Residency period. Mentorship program for non residents The program in the artists’ private studios, is open […]
R. de Quinta de Cima 12, 2565-184, Portugal
Zaratan – Arte Contemporânea is a not-for-profit space and an organization founded by artists in Lisbon city center in November 2014. Zaratan is a creation, production and promotion structure for contemporary art and a space of reflection and listening. In order to stimulate creativity and contribute to generate valid cultural processes, Zaratan has developed so far a heterogeneous and mostly free of charge agenda of events, that parallel to the regular schedule of exhibitions, presents video-projections, concerts, talks by artists, presentations and performances. Zaratan defends an interdisciplinary attitude and aims to promote a deeper comprehension of the artistic languages of the present with an independent structure.
Rua de São Bento, 432, Lisboa, Portugal
Córtex Frontal is an AIR (Artist-In-Residence) programme hosted by Cortexrcult-Associação Cultural, a non profit organisation located in the peaceful town of Arraiolos, in Alentejo region, Portugal. We welcome professional artists, writers, researchers, workgroups and art students in search of time and space to reflect, discuss and create. Our mission is to promote and develop cultural projects, establishing a lively dialogue between artists from various backgrounds and disciplines, and the local community. Call for applications is OPEN year round for residency proposals from March to November, for a minimum period of 3 weeks and up to 3 months. Projects with relevance to the Portuguese context and the local community will be specially appreciated, in the following disciplines: Writing / Photography / Painting / Drawing / Illustration / Printmaking / Music / Performative arts / Cinema / Video / Textile / Educational programmes
rua melo mexia 9a arraiolos
EGEU is an independent cultural space in Lisbon first opened in September 2019. Born out of the urge to claim a space of fruitful freedom, one of its key intentions is to facilitate artistic, cultural and editorial initiatives without market-related concerns. Thus, since its foundation, EGEU has kept a multidisciplinary and active program, having organized exhibitions, performances, discussions, literary projects, residencies and screenings alongside emerging artists, writers and cultural agents. One of our major aims is to make sure that no one at EGEU is constrained by the outcome of their work. Rather than a product, we believe that artistic experiment and critique should be taken as parts of a process. If art and culture ought to be free, then they must not be limited to any pre-determined worthiness. So as artists. In an era when everything is labeled, categorized and reproducible, as if born mature, we look forward to securing that there is always space to start again. Instead of attempting to introduce artists to the market and institutional spaces, EGEU intends to oppose that logic by being a space available for those who seek one (and are frequently unable to find it). Challenging, criticizing, tracing new paths, EGEU […]
R. do Funchal 1A, 1000-163 Lisboa, Portugal
Multidisciplinary art residency (portugal)Are you an artist looking for that special retreat where you can just focus in your creative process? Check us out
ARTErra is a multidisciplinary art residency programme placed in the green and friendly village of Lobão da Beira. Our project aims hosting artists by providing them with accommodations, work place ,cultural exchanges and ideas with the community and other artists. We offer two distinct spaces: the house where the residents can do the meals, rest, meet each other, and the other space separated , the “”creation yard””, The different work studios are surrounded by a big garden, a animal yard and an orchard, are spacious and bright spaces perfect to do some research and develop your project in a very relax and comfortable environment. We also have a workroom in the main square of the village where small exhibitions, talks and performances can be presented. This is the perfect place where to do “”try out”” and show your work. During the years we have built a strong relationship with the people of Lobão da Beira who are open and curious about ARTErra artists. Artists from very different disciplines and background search for retreats and places where they can change environment and focus in they´re work, our residency facilitates this escape. We accept application from artists who work in all disciplines […]
Rua Nossa Senhora do Crasto
ARTErra – Multidisciplinary art residency (portugal)Are you an artist looking for that special retreat where you can just focus in your creative process? Check us out
ARTErra is a multidisciplinary art residency programme placed in the green and friendly village of Lobão da Beira. Our project aims hosting artists by providing them with accommodations, work place ,cultural exchanges and ideas with the community and other artists. We offer two distinct spaces: the house where the residents can do the meals, rest, meet each other, and the other space separated, the “creation yard”, The different work studios are surrounded by a big garden, a animal yard and an orchard, are spacious and bright spaces perfect to do some research and develop your project in a very relax and comfortable environment. We also have a workroom in the main square of the village where small exhibitions, talks and performances can be presented. This is the perfect place where to do “try out” and show your work. During the years we have built a strong relationship with the people of Lobão da Beira who are open and curious about ARTErra artists. Artists from very different disciplines and background search for retreats and places where they can change environment and focus in their work, our residency facilitates this escape. We accept application from artists who work in all disciplines and […]
R. Nossa Sra. do Crasto nº 380, 3460-207 Tondela, Portugal
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Rua Nossa Senhora. do Crasto, Nº380 Lobão da Beira 3460-207 Tondela PORTUGAL