Golubitskoe Art Foundation is pleased to announce the launch of a new art residency on the grounds of the Golubitskoe Estate winery on the Taman Peninsula (Krasnodar Region).
The successor project of the Zarya Residency in Vladivostok that has been in operation since 2014, Golubitskoe Art Residency is an international year-round residency programme. Specialists in all fields of humanities will be invited to participate in the programme: not only artists and curators, but professionals in archaeology, history and music as well as interdisciplinary researchers.
This project aims to support the development of contemporary art in the region and to increase awareness of the area's centuries-old cultural context through attracting art professionals to the south of Russia and supporting their projects. The residency will focus exclusively on the local context. The participants will be provided accommodation in a secluded studio, surrounded by vineyards and overlooking the Sea of Azov and the Akhtanizovskiy Liman, and a work studio space for 7 to 12 weeks, a financial grant starting from 50,000 rubles, assistance in organising the project and a budget for an exhibition, in case one is planned.
There are three routes to get accepted into the Golubitskoe Residency programme: by invitation from the curator, by applying to an open call and through exchange programmes with other residencies. For example, through the Contact Zones
programme, which not only allows artists and researchers assigned by foreign partner institutions to travel to Russia but also allows Russian participants to be accepted into a residency overseas.
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