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Venice Artist Residency

In Venice, since 1969

We organize Artist Residency Programs throughout the year in Venice, Italy, for professional and practising artists.

The residencies are open to projects based on Printmaking and the Artists’ Book, as well as different mediums.

Among the international artists who have worked, lectured, taught and exhibited at the Scuola, are Stanley Hayter, Henri Goetz, Michael Mazur, Hughie O’Donoghue, Jack Boul, Yvonne Boag, Stephen Chambers, Jorg Schmeisser, Clare Romano and many others.

Venice Artist Residency

The Program

A Residency at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica offers the unique opportunity to experience Venice as an independent artist integrated into the Scuola’s creative community.

Artists will be able to access the Scuola’s fully equipped laboratories seven days a week, including the holidays.

The residency fees include participation in all of the Scuola’s activities, including courses, workshops, seminars and exhibitions.

 

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Venice Artist Residency

Fellowships

Each the Scuola offers a fellowship to one member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers→ and one member of the Boston Printmakers→

We provide visiting guest artists with accommodation in a private bedroom in Ca’ Dandolo Parisi on the Grand Canal.

The guild’s members who are not selected for a full fellowship may attend a paid Residency at a 10% discounted fee.

 

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Palazzo Dandolo Parisi on the Grand Canal

Our resident artists may apply for housing accommodation in a private bedroom in Ca’ Dandolo Parisi on the Grand Canal →

Ca’ Dandolo has been a location for the Venice Art Biennale exhibitions, such as IRAQ’s Pavilion in in 2013 → and 2015 → British artist Stephen Chambers’ COURT OF REDONDA → in 2017 and ARTIVISM by the Auschwitz Institute for Peace + Reconciliation in 2019

Venice Artist Residency

Elective Courses

To use our presses without assistance, less experienced artists have the opportunity to attend a two-day introductory course at the cost of 250 euros.

Artists familiar with traditional printmaking techniques can instead  take an introductory course in sustainable printmaking.

This course is a green approach to methods and materials already in use at the Scuola and in the printshops that are attentive to environmental and sustainability issues.

Venice Artists Residencies ⎪ Feedback from our past Resident Artists

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Staff, Health & Safety in the Laboratories

Our staff provides qualified assistance in the laboratories.

The Scuola is a health-safety certified school and laboratory.

All safety, hygiene and health facilities on our premises have been inspected and approved by local authorities.

The Scuola uses sustainable water-based inks without chemical solvents, considering a green approach to all processes and practices within the studio.