An international year-round residency for artists, curators, writers, historians, archaeologists, musicians and interdisciplinary researchers will open on the Taman Peninsula, in Golubitskoe Estate in July 2020.
The Residency is situated on the grounds of the Golubitskoe Estate winery which provides participants with an opportunity to work in a secluded eco-friendly location with a rich history.
The main goal of the residency is to support Russian artists and to foster international cultural collaboration with partner institutions. Golubitskoe Art Foundation runs the Contact Zones: Azov, Black and Caspian Seas
programme that facilitates residential exchange between Russia and partner art institutions from the neighbouring countries.
Additionally, we partner with other foreign art institutions
who assign artists and curators to participate in our residency while Russian art professionals travel to take part in their residential exchange programmes.