Faber Residency (Girona, Spain)

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Faber, the Arts, Sciences and Humanities Residency of Catalonia in Olot, is a place for writers, translators, artists of diverse disciplines, scholars and scientists to stay together and to work on their personal projects. Accommodation, a workspace and some meals are provided but the residency does not cover travel costs.
Who can apply for the residence?
The profile of residents we are looking for is of people who need a space and time for productive work, people who want to share their project with other residents and create a friendly and supportive community.
Faber is a residence which is open to all types of disciplines related to arts, sciences and humanities. Therefore, who can come to Faber? Writers, translators, scriptwriters, playwrights, actors, musicians, filmmakers, photographers, artists, critics, historians, philosophers, sociologists, anthropologists, journalists, scientists, researchers, biologists, economists, lawyers and other professionals (or groups, institutions, enterprises, associations and other organizations) from all over the world:
a) Professionals whose activity is focused on some of the thematic residencies.
b) Professionals who wants to work on their projects for a few days out of the dates of thematic residencies. That is to say, to do an individual residency.
If it is necessary, the residence will issue an invitation for the successful candidate in order to apply for a visa.
Residència d’Arts, Ciències i Humanitats de Catalunya a Olot
Hotel Riu Fluvià | Ctra. Santa Pau, 17800, Olot (Girona)
info@faberresidency.com | +34 629 081 996
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