This residency is an opportunity for international artists to stay and work in Lisbon for one to six months. The Euroatla residency is an independent artist space meant for self-sufficient artists looking for a place of reflection away from their usual environment. Euroatla has two formats of residency to choose from. The first is an independent residency solely based at Euroatla while the other is done in partnership with Hangar, which includes an open day and curatorial support.
Outside of ordinary constraints such as day jobs, commissions and exhibition deadlines, residencies offer artists the time, space and resources to experiment with their work and try new approaches. By connecting with Lisbon’s art scene and being in a new context artists can take away new ideas and viewpoints that will benefit the development of their practice.
Duration of residency
The minimum period required is one month and the maximum six months.
Euroatla provides a private self-contained living and working space located in a building with another studio that is used by Portuguese artists.
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
Euroatla is open to emerging and established artists from all disciplines within the visual arts. It is also open to researchers, writers, musicians, curators and cultural programmers.
Studio / Workspace
Apartment with a bedroom with double bed, a living room with two work tables, private toilet and kitchenette. Access to shared work space. Internet wifi. It is located in the area of Xabregas-Beato, 30 minutes away from the Hangar. It is an independent space and with total privacy, ideal for the development of research work or preparation for artistic projects.
Fees and support
Euroatla is an independent project. We are currently unable to provide financial support for visiting artists. However, we can provide any support needed for artists applying for grants and scholarships in their home country.
Expectations towards the artist
We are interested in self-sufficient work and artists that are conducing their own personal projects.
The application process is free. Residents are selected through an open call with a jury selection. For further information on applying please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org