Latin American Residencies #2, Conversation with Artists In Residence Television
May 31st, 2018 – Santiago, Chile
This Thursday, May 31 at 7:30 pm, Artists In Residence TV will give its third conference on residency programs in Latin America. This event is organized in collaboration with the artistic residence Molten Capital Artist Residency and will be presented by Casa Andacollo, in Santiago (Chile).
Artists In Residence TV is an online video channel specially dedicated to artistic residencies. Created in 2017 by young cultural entrepreneurs Alexandra Christev and Vladimir de Vaumas, Artists In Residence TV aims to produce 200 videos in 20 months presenting the 200 artistic residences that mark Latin America.
Since their departure on September 26, 2017 from Paris to Rio de Janeiro in Brazil, the two French have already traveled more than 12,000 kilometers in seven countries to meet with 80 artist residences and interview more than 200 directors, founders, artists, curators , researchers and other cultural agents in residence.
You are cordially invited to come and participate in the talk on the theme of artistic residencies and to share your experiences about those incredible spaces of creation, coexistence and artistic production.
Casa Andacollo is an independent and contemporary art space in Santiago, created in 2016 by Tamara Contreras and Pia Bahamondes. The space is open to all art lovers and dedicated to the development and dissemination of the visual arts. As a place for dialogue and experimentation, the house offers workshops, conferences and exhibition rooms, which serve the numerous cultural activities organized by Casa Andacollo.
Molten Capital Artist Residency is a residency program for international artists that began in Santiago, Chile in April 2017 and was created by American artist Ben Zawalich.
The residences through Molten Capital are generally one month long and are open to artists of all disciplines and ages. The artists make their residency in a space shared with 1 or 2 artists, culminating in a joint closing ceremony.
The residences are developed in the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAC) in its headquarters of Quinta Normal in Santiago, Chile.