Wednesday, June 18, 2008

Residency Hot Spot via Ayumi Horie

I just received a lovely email from Ayumi Horie who is International Center for Ceramics- Guldagergaard in Denmark. It has come up in many many conversations about good residency programs as one of the best. I know that Jeanne Quinn and Anders Rhuwald both enjoyed their time there as well. It is a distant (or maybe not so distant) dream of mine to attend... Here are some pictures courtesy of Ayumi.
And some information about the residency:

Residence Program


International artists, craftsmen and designers from all over the world can apply to work in the studios and develop a specific project.

Guldagergaard gives the individual the possibility of concentrated studio work, investigation and research. The center offers a fine combination of international atmosphere and professional dialogue.

The residence program is intended for artists who wish to work independently in the studios, but applicants may want to consider the thematic programs that interest them when scheduling their residency. Calendar

Guldagergaard holds a maximum of 20 resident artists.

Artist-in-Residence Program
Arists-in-Residence Awards 2007-2008


November 15, February 15, May 15, August 15


The Artist-in-Residence Program is supported by Guldagergaard, the local Town Council and private Funds. Guldagergaard is a non-profit-making foundation, and residencies are offered at the lowest possible rate.
In 2007-2008, the Artist-in-Residence Program is funded in part through support from the Danish Ministry of Culture.

Facilities Photoes General information Application information


Kimberly Monaco said...

omg.. those photos are incredible! I sure hope you get to go (and then blog about it ~ complete with more photos)

rebecca said...

Hey, I know this is an 08 post... but I am also headed soon to Guldagergaard for a 3 month residency , very much wondering what i have gotten myself into here as i approach departure date...!!! Hope to do great work and meet great people and see great sights. Thanks for the Ayumi pics!