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Info and Open callDeadline to send material: November 6th, 2011.
Results will be published: November 16th., 2011.
All material should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
La Granja Art Center promotes the creation, research, experimentation, and exhibition of innovative art work, and also the development of new social dynamics between artists and community. La Granja conducts and implements two initiatives to accomplish its goals. One is the Artist in Residence Program, and the second, Proyecto Chamaco (Children Project).
The Artist in Residence Program (ARP) offers a unique opportunity to step outside of the daily routine and work in a stimulating and inspiring environment, providing the necessary isolation to concentrate and focus in a creative process.
La Granja will select a group of emerging and/or established artists from different nationalities to develop or finish an artistic project. Upon completion of their residencies and based on a previous agreement, one of the ARP partner organization presenters will give artists the opportunity to show their results (as finished pieces or as works in progress).
La Granja is open to all disciplines - visual, literary, performance, interdisciplinary, music, audio, video, digital media and research.
La Granja offers different types of residencies, which vary in their form of funding, discipline and artist
Programs and Residencies:
Independent Artistic Residencies
Program for Dance and/or Body Movement Art Education and Research Projects with Children
Funded Artistic Residencies