GlazenHuis ‒ Lommel ‒ Belgium.
This summer the glass center GlazenHuis will be organizing two short residencies for hot glass. We would like to invite talented and experienced glassblowers to our glass studio in Lommel (Belgium) to research and experiment with the focus on the creation of new work.
Offer: During 6 days you will have full access to the hot studio and you will be able to rely on a resident assistant glassblower. Next to free lodging ‒ including a rich breakfast ‒ you will receive €200.00 to pay for food expenses. Transport costs will be covered up to €300.00. In return we kindly ask you to donate one excellent work of art as a contribution to the city’s contemporary glass collection and a series of 10 smaller glass objects that we can use to donate to our sponsors. You are free to pack and ship back all other works, or both parties may consider selling works in the museum gallery shop on a 1/1 commission basis.
Period 1: 28 July 2015 – 2 August 2015 (6 days) Arrival on Monday, 27 July for studio tour. From Tuesday, 28/07 till Sunday, 02/08 you will have free access to the hot studio from 09:30 – 17:00 hours. If required, the coldworking facilities will be available in the morning from 08:30 – 10:00 and from 16:30 – 18:00. Also on Monday, 3 August the cold studio is open to finish works.
Period 2: 4 August 2015 – 9 August 2015 (6 days) Arrival on Monday, 3 August for studio tour. From Tuesday, 04/08 till Sunday, 09/08 you will have free access to the hot studio from 09:30 – 17:00. If required, the coldworking facilities will be available in the morning from 08:30 – 10:00h and from 16:30 – 18:00. Also on Monday, 10 August the cold studio is open to finish works.
Available hot glass facilities: Furnace, glory hole and annealer, blowpipes and glassblowing tools, small selection of optical moulds, gas/oxygen torch, colour rods and powders.
Submissions: If you are interested and you agree with the conditions above, you may send your application, before the deadline of 5 April 2015, by e-mail (PDF) directly to Email: firstname.lastname@example.org .
1. a personal presentation with a short curriculum vitae (max. 2 pages)
2. up to 10 images which indicate your technical skills and artistic talents
3. residency proposals explaining your ideas
4. indication of period(s) of preference.