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I’m honored to partner with PADA as curator-in-residence this April 2019!
PADA is an artist-led, non-profit arts organization based in Barreiro in Lisbon’s South Bay, founded in 2018 by Tim Ralston and Diana Cerezino. Set in a derelict industrial park with history dating back to 1885, PADA offers artists time and space to develop their practice through the exploration of technique and process.
Bringing together like minded artists, PADA is a contemporary art space seeking to promote and facilitate local and international artists through the studio, residency and exhibitions programs. PADA’s programs suit contemporary artists who work in a variety of disciplines and mediums and are looking to engage in dialogue and the exchange of knowledge and skills in the fabrication and execution of art.
Deadline to apply is January 25, 2019. Click here for more information and to apply!
Residency fee for the month-long residency is €950. This includes accommodation and studio fees, as well as technical and curatorial support, and all exhibition expenses. We encourage selected artists/curators to apply for funding to cover all costs involved. PADA is a non-profit cultural association and helps all successful applicants with invitation letters in order to apply for funding. The application is free.
YNGSPC is offering one scholarship in the form of a €450 deduction from the fee for artists who do not have access to other forms of funding. Click here for scholarship information and application.
40m2 studio — This includes all facilities at PADA and within Baia do Tejo Industrial Park.
Workshops — PADA boasts an excellent workshop as well as connections to more specialist fabricators. Technical support is available on request.
Accommodation — A private double bedroom in a refurbished workers cottage.
Exhibition — Artists will have the opportunity to work towards a show at PADA gallery or in one of the satellite locations in the Industrial Park.
Network — The opportunity to propose workshops and talks as well as arrange meetings with local curators and gallerists.
Visits — Tours of museums, galleries and art studios in Lisbon.