PANAL 361 is 1.500 m2 space with more than 30 studios where artists, designers and creative people from different disciplines work every day. The studios, artists and creative industries, art residencies, training program, exhibitions and production of cultural and artistic content are their fundamental pillars.
RAP/Residencias de Arte Panal is an art residency program with different modalities for young artists, curators and creative people who aim to develop a specific project in the city of Buenos Aires with base at PANAL 361. The main objectives of these residencies are to build bridges, ties and networks to promote artists, creatives and curators, facilitating connections between peers and with the local artistic scene. In this way, enhance the creativity of artist and cultural workers who can get to know other realities and productions from Buenos Aires.
The following dates are suggested for 2018:
- 5th – 30th April
- 4th – 30th May
- 5th – 29th June
- 5th – 31st July
- 6th – 31 th August
- 6th September – 1st October
- 5th – 30th October
- 5th – 30th November
- 6th – 28th December or 2nd January
- The development of a project, talk or workshop and an open studio
- Collaborative activities related to the artistic community of PANAL 361
- Help with the promotion of the program
- Compliance of the institution regulation about uses of the space and facilities
- Give feedback to the organizers about the experience and improvement opportunities
Not always provided! Apartment or artist house might be available with an additional cost.
Shared studio at PANAL 361. The artist in residency will share experiences with more than 30 permanent residents in Panal 361’s community and will participate in the activities at that period.
Panal 361 has individual or shared studios where different artists, creatives and designers work every day. Each studio has WIFI and individual key. Also, there is a multispace and an auditorium where different programs take place like exhibitions (from PANAL 361 and invited guests), training programs, events, workshops, conferences, seminars, meetings, among others.
The common areas are the halls and yards that work as connectors. They are the places shared by artists as well as visitors, places for recreation and relaxation. The kitchen-dinning room is a significant place as everyone can eat and meet there. The Photolab is a fully equipped lab where artists can learn or teach photography as well as use this space for experimentation.