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Call for applications for 2017 residencies at the Factatory

The Galerie Tator launches a new call for applications for 2017 residencies at the Factatory, addressing visual artists, designers, graphic designers, architects and musicians in the Auvergne Rhône-Alpes Region!

The studios are available for a varying length of time (from one to eight months), depending on your needs (whether it is a work in progress or a specific project):

– 3 units/studios from January 2nd 2017
Offering a 18 m² unit/studio at The Factatory, in the 7th district of Lyon (behind Jean Macé station, a 10 minute walk from Saxe-Gambette station and from the centre of town).
70 euros a month in expenses.
Networking: Studio openings organized by Galerie Tator take place around 5 to 6 times a year (beginning and end of residencies, openings on the occasion of site-specific sculptures and within the framework of various cultural events such as the Contemporary Art Biennale of Lyon, the Nuits Sonores, the Archtecture Biennale…).
Your application must include:
– A completed CV (with your references)
– An up-to-date portfolio (including texts and images illustrating your best works)
– A covering letter explaining why you wish to work at The Factatory
– Your availability and ideal duration

Deadline for submission of applications: November 30rth, Wednesday (midday)
Response: December 9th, Friday

Please send your file by post or drop it off to the following address:
Galerie Tator
Addressed to Marie Bassano
36 d’Anvers, 69007 Lyon

For any further information, please contact Marie Bassano: marie.bassano@rogertator.com
The Factatory

Architect/ Project Manager: Philippe Rizzotti
Contracting Authority: Galerie Tator
Address: Avenue Jean Jaurès (Lyon 7ème, behind Jean Macé station)
Access: Stop Jean Macé on metro line B, direction Stade de Gerland- Bus C14/ C4/ C7/ C12- Tramway T2 direction Perrache
Modular, mobile and flexible architecture, conceived and designed by NAJAP architect (New Albums for Young Architects and Landscape) Philippe Rizzotti, the Factatory consists of several units, made of wood, steel and glass, inspired by the units of Jean Prouvé. These spaces measuring 18m2 each operate exclusively as workshops for visual artists, designers and architects. And when the weather permits, each unit opens up onto outdoor areas that provide artists with a larger workspace. The Factatory is a place of creation / cross-disciplinary production that is primarily dedicated to research and experimentation. This takes place by means of a selection of designers who work in a diverse range of mediums occupying these spaces for varying lengths of time. It is also thanks to its flexible and adaptable architectural layout which can be altered for different uses.

The Factatory is financially supported by the DRAC Rhône-Alpes, the Rhône-Alpes Region and the City of Lyon. In partnership with companies: Sammode, Métal Créa Concept, Préfac, Miroiterie, du Rhône and Descours & Cabaud.

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