Sunday, December 31, 2017


 Awarded an ARTErra residency in Lobão da Beira, Portugal - April 2018

ARTErra is a structured artistic place in Lobão da Beira, a village in PORTUGAL, near Tondela, district of Viseu.

ARTErra is a private structure of incentive for artistic creation in a quiet and green small village, which aims to facilitate en­counters between different artists and aesthetic disciplines. ARTERRA is strongly committed to offering the residents a cheerful and productive stay. Because of that, part­nerships have been established with the Municipality of Tondela and Lobão da Beira for reception and possible presentations of performative works,  exhibitions, workshops, lectures, etc.

They offer two distinct spaces: the house where the residents can do the meals, rest, meet other artists. In the other space, the “creation yard”, with different work places, ateliers, sound and image studio (also with recording cabin), blackbox, documentation centre and peaceful gardens.

My Project - the same as for the South of France - AIR LE PARC

The project is titled “Random” a collection of prose poetry that allows me freedom to choose subjects, objects or unknowns, wherever the muse strikes, thus giving the work a sense of freedom and liberation from theme.  Many poems are inspired by nature, the landscape or simple objects that are often overlooked. As part of this project, I place my work as a cross-cultural platform on Instagram with links to Facebook, Twitter and my Blog. This is a way of connecting with other poets on a world scale, increasing an online readership and connection. Ekphrastic poems also feature in the collection. A poem titled “Vase” highlights Portuguese pottery. And poems like “Rugs” and “Canvas” are inspired by paintings by disabled artists. Resident artists would also be inspirational for the work. Therefore, the time and space occupied at ARTErra looking at Portugal’s landscape, the environment (nature), its architecture, and other artforms would not only be inspirational; but also invaluable.
  

I applied with the following elements:
= Project(as above)
– Curriculum Vitae; and Bio
– Portfolio, videos, photos, = 10 prose poems + Instagram screen shots.
– The date of the residency has been accepted as from 9th April to 30th April (with an extra day for travelling).

 I upload my photography (or image) plus the prose poem to Instagram where I have 134 followers.



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