CeRCCa A.I.R Program 2014 Open Call

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We are now open for applications to our Artist and Researchers in Residency Program CeRCCa 2014.

CeRCCa is located in a little village in the Penedes Region 1h south of Barcelona by car and 1.15m by train and 15m from the Mediterranean Golden Coast and the low mountains of el Montmell in a valley know by its olive oil and wine.

The residency takes place al Cal Tinentu, an old house that has been adapted to the necessities of creative people. It has 4 individual rooms with a double bed, two 40 2m studios a big living room, library, 2 bathrooms and a patio.

Llorenc del Penedes, the village where the residency is based is a quiet 2000 inhabitants town with plenty of associations that range from traditional folklore to trekking groups, 2 choirs, one music school and two active cultural centers.

The call is open to writers, video artists, photographers, visual and applied artists, curators and cultural and social researchers. CeRCCa will select tree to four applications for each residency period.

The residency periods are as follows:

A) 15th March – 30th April 2014

B) 10th May – 30th June 2014

C) 16st August – 30th September 2014

D) 5th October – 15th November 2014

For residency fees and funding opportunities please contact us.

The fee includes

–       Studio

–       Accommodation

–       Access to CeRCCa facilities.

–       Facilitation for the development of the project/research

–       Cultural visits

–       Networking visits

–       Final public presentation (if requested)

If you intend to apply for funding in our website there is a database of possible funding institutions. After selection we would be more than happy to provide you with an Invitation Letter and help you through the funding application process.

For more information and applications contact us at cercca@gmail.com.

We look forwards to hear from you soon!

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