Artist Residency on Island of Skopelos
By Skopelos Foundation for the Arts
International Deadline: Ongoing – Work in the
beautiful location of Skopelos, Greece overlooking the Aegean Sea. We
have facilities for ceramists, painters, printmakers and sculptors. You
will not only be able to create work but will also meet the locals to
have an overall Greek experience. The island of Skopelos is a safe and
inspirational environment to create art.
We offer residencies for two weeks to two months for ceramists, mixed
media artists, painters, printmakers and sculptors from March through
We accept applications year round, and following receipt of a
completed application, the review process takes approximately 2 weeks.
The deadline is 90 days prior to your arrival, preferably earlier.
Residencies last from 2 weeks to 2 months year round with the
exception of January and February due to the cold weather and extreme
conditions, with each artist determining the length of time appropriate
to the work he or she wants to accomplish. While at the Foundation,
artists typical stay in a pension within walking distance of the studio.
The rooms have a kitchenette so that residents may prepare their own
food if necessary. Artists who have specific facilities’ needs should
contact the Foundation to determine if our studio will accommodate your
work. The residency fee is tiered based on the length of your stay.
The pricing begins as follows (subject to change):
2 weeks – $500
3 weeks – $650
4 weeks – $750
Above prices does not include housing. Please see website for prices
that do include housing. Please note that applications must be received
two months prior to the residency.
Visit us online for further details and to Apply.
If you have questions about the application, or need further
information about the Foundation, please do not hesitate to contact me
by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 3 0 24240 24143.
The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts
P.O. Box 56
Skopelos Island, Greece 37003
t: 30 24240 24143
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