C.R.E.T.A. Rome | 2017/2018 Residency Dates

Posted 05.04.17

Expand your horizons with a residency at C.R.E.T.A. Rome.

2017-2018 residency program schedule

Summer 2017 residencies - Deadline extended to 15 April
18 May – 14 June (4 weeks)
15 June –12 July (4 weeks)​

Fall 2017 residencies - Deadline extended to 31 July 2017

10 August – 13 September
14 September – 18 October
19 October – 22 November
23 November – 20 December (4 weeks)​

Spring 2018 residencies - Deadline 1 November 2017
15 February – 21 March
22 March – 25 April
26 April – 30 May

Artist Invites Artists residency - Deadline 1 January 2018
Dates to be announced

Summer 2018 residencies - Deadline 15 March 2018
31 May – 27 June
28 June – 25 July​

City or Countryside

Choose our city residency and live and work in the historical center of Rome, just a few blocks from the Roman forum, Pantheon or Colosseum, or opt for our countryside residency near the Lake of Bracciano and the Medieval town of Anguillara. The house and studio in a tranquil garden setting is just a half-hour walk from the train station where you can catch a train into the center of Rome.

We offer artist residencies for ceramic artists and visual artists for periods of 4 or 5 weeks. The cost for the 4-week residency is €2,500, the 5-week residency is €3,000. The residency fee covers housing (private room), studio space, use of our tools and equipment and technical assistance plus the final group show. The residency periods can be combined, but the residency cannot exceed 90 days (for non-EU citizens). Both residencies conclude with a final group show in our Rome center gallery space.

To apply, please submit the following by e-mail to cretarome@gmail.com. We also consider applications on a rolling basis on the 1st of every month:
 

  • application form, available here.
  • curriculum vitae   
  • artist statement (250 words max)
  • project proposal (500 words max)
  • preferred residency period
  • 10 images (jpeg or pdf), image list with year, materials & dimensions

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