RAP / Residencias de Arte Panal
RAP / Residencias de Arte Panal is an exchange program intended for artists, creators and curators who want to develop a specific project and enrich their creative and artistic resources by doing art residencies in Buenos Aires, other provinces in Argentina and other cities of the world.
We work with to different types of residency. By reciprocity, which consists in a bilateral agreement with another art space that shares the same colaborative spirit as RAP, in order to be able to send argentine artists to other cities of the world and to receive artists from all over the world in PANAL. On the other hand, there are unilateral/one-sided residencies, in which we send and receive artists individually. All residencies organized by RAP are specifically designed for each participant, the program is adapted to their needs and concerns. We propose residencies of production, development and insertion in the local environment.
RAP is born in 2013 and throughout the years our goals have become stronger, putting emphasis on the dialogue between artists, curators and cultural managers from different parts of the world, facilitating bonding between peers. Through the experience of the residency, we strive to enrich the creative and artistic processes of each participant by building bridges and networks to promote and enhance creativity, and to establish bonds of cooperation, not only between the participants of each residency, but also between the group of professionals who work behind each experience.
Our conviction is that cooperation and exchange can strengthen the creativity and artistic training of each participant.
Orientated to artists, curators, designers, cultural managers, researchers and creatives from different disciplines and from any country who want to make an art residency at PANAL 361 (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
The residency includes:
&bull . Shared working space at Panal 361 &bull Free access to all the common areas of Panal
&bull Meetings with RAP and Panal team &bull Advertising in social networks about the artist and his residence
&bull . Project follow-up
&bull . Insertion in the local environment
&bull . Specific design of meetings according to the preferences of the resident
&bull . Open Studio
&bull . Visit to museums, galleries, art spaces, shows, etc.
&bull Special training course in local techniques.
The residency does not include:
&bull Flight tickets.
&bull Transport and shipping of artworks, materials and tools.
&bull Food and private expenses.
&bull Materials for production.
&bull RAP in not responsible for: artworks, materials, personal equipment, damages, thefts or accidents.
&bull A travel and health insurance and an emergency contact is required.
Costs: send us an e-mail.
PANAL 361 is a creative universe located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. It is a 1.500 m2 space with more than 30 studios, where artists, designers and creative people from different disciplines work every day.
STUDIOS, ARTISTS & CREATIVE INDUSTRIES, ART RESIDENCIES, TRAINING PROGRAM, EXHIBITIONS, PRODUCTION OF CULTURAL AND ARTISTIC CONTENT are our fundamental pillars.
SPACES AND SERVICES
Panal 361 has individual or shared studios where different artists, creatives and designers work every day. Each studio has WIFI and individual key.
Also, has a multispace and an auditorium where different programs take place like exhibitions (from PANAL 361 and invited), training programs, events, workshops, conferences, seminars, meetings, among others.
The common areas are the halls and yards that work as connectors. They are the places shared by artists as well as visitors, places for recreation and relaxation. We are always suggesting new initiatives and artistic interventions in order to make these spaces come alive and take an active part in the creative process. The kitchen-dinning room is a significant place as everyone can eat and meet there.
The Photolab is a fully equipped lab where artists can learn or teach photography as well as use this space for experimentation.
- Part of an Institution
- Months: 1 – 3
- Printmaking facilities
- Woodworking tools