With the goal of promoting the visual arts, the Tres Pinos Foundation has the pleasure of inviting artists throughout the world to participate in our fellowship program beginning in May 2013. Become a Tres Pinos Fellow and benefit from the important interchange of ideas taking place in the creative arts world. The Tres Pinos Foundation Fellowship will be led by one of the most prestigious figures in the Argentine art scene. Renowned artist, Juan Astica, has honored us by agreeing to share his artistic knowledge with our Fellows.
The terms of the Fellowship are as follows:
1) The Fellowship period will run from May 15 to November 15, 2013.
2) The Fellow will be provided housing during his/her stay (the costs of transportation, food, and refreshments are not included).
3) The Fellow will have access to workshops led by Juan Astica and his associates.
4) Instructors and fellows will be provided an ad hoc workspace.
5) Instructors will be present at the workshops at least once a week. Instructors may substitute for each other should the need arise.
6) On weekdays when a workshop is not scheduled, Fellows must be at their workspaces dedicating themselves to their art (holidays excepted). They must fulfill the objectives set by the instructors. Every two weeks, the Fellow must submit a written report on the progress and advances made with respect to the objectives set by the instructors. This report must be presented to the Tres Pinos Foundation directorate and be approved and signed by the instructors.
7) Fellows will have free access to exhibits, conferences, seminars, etc. hosted by institutions with which the Tres Pinos Foundation maintains relationships. Attendance at these events is mandatory. In the case of a conflict with workshop hours, these events will take priority.
8) The Foundation will provide the materials required at the workshops, with the exception of any digital recordings (as they are not considered part of this project). Materials must be returned to the Foundation’s administrative staff at the conclusion of the Fellowship.
9) The Foundation will provide medical insurance; this insurance will not cover pre-existing conditions or medications for chronic illnesses. The Fellow will be responsible for insurance co-pays.
10) The Foundation has the right to display the work produced during the Fellowship on its website, as well as the Fellow’s curriculum vitae and artwork.
11) The Fellow must comply with the Foundation’s Lodging Rules and Regulations.
12) Should the Fellow be detained due to fighting, causing a disturbance, or for any other reason, the Fellowship will be automatically cancelled, regardless of the progress of the Fellow’s work at the time.
13) At the conclusion of the Fellowship, the Fellow must donate four of his/her works of art to the Foundation. The Foundation may choose the works of art.
14) The Fellowship is open to all persons of either sex, Argentine and foreign, who meet the following requirements:
a) Must be 18 years of age or older.
b) Must have an artistic background (an academic background is not required).
c) Must provide the Foundation with his/her curriculum vitae with photograph.
d) Must email at least four and no more than eight photographs of his/her artwork to the Foundation. Include specification sheet for each work of art.
15) The Foundation is offering two Fellowships in 2013.
16) Fellows will be selected by the Foundation together with the instructors; all decisions are final.
17) Should the artist’s work merit it, the Foundation will organize an exhibit at a prestigious institution with which it maintains a relationship.
18) At the conclusion of the Fellowship, each Fellow will receive a diploma signed by representatives of the Foundation and his/her instructors.