Visiting Guest Artist Full Fellowship

Each year 2 fellowships are offered to one member of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers→ and to one member of the Boston Printmakers→
This  Fellowship allows the Visiting Guest Artist to have keys and full access to the studios 7 days a week. The residency also includes an exhibition of work by the three selected artists at SGgallery.

Most exceptionally the Visiting Guest Artist is provided with accommodation in a private bedroom in Ca’ Dandolo 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

Partial Fellowships

All members of the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers→  and Boston Printmakers→ are offered a 10% discount on the residency fees.

Visiting Guest Artist Application

    Application Deadline 30 September 2021

    Applicants will be notified by October 15, 2021.
    Program dates are: September 1 - 30, 2022.

    I am applying as:
    Member - Royal Society of Painter-PrintmakersMember - Boston Printmakers

    Please upload an updated CV (max 1500Kb, formats admitted: Word, PDF)

    More about the Visiting Guest Artist Full Fellowship

    This position allows for the freedom and time to create new work in the studio.

    The invited Visiting Guest Artist Fellow is expected to attend concurrently running  workshops at the Scuola on a weekly basis and to offer one online masterclass. The Visiting Guest Artist Fellow is encouraged to integrate with the fabric of the Scuola’s community, while fostering dialogue among artists, both local and international in a dynamic studio setting.

    Staff, Health & Safety in the Laboratories

    Our staff provides qualified assistance in the laboratories. The Scuola is a health–safety cerified school and laboratory. All safety, hygiene, and health features in our premises have been inspected and approved by local authorities. Less-toxic methods are also practiced.