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Founded in 2010 in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Director: Melina Berkenwald

URRA is an Argentine project whose objective is to favor artistic production and to generate spaces to encourage the reflection and research of contemporary art through different cultural projects.

Its purpose is to provide a platform dedicated to generate several necessary and innovative projects supporting and displaying contemporary culture, favoring the creation of international networks and linking professionals.

Via the interaction and exchange of knowledge and experiences among professionals from different parts of the world, URRA proposes platforms for learning and inspiration.

The first Project organized by URRA is the Art Residency in Buenos Aires URRA.

Art Residency in Buenos Aires URRA
The Art Residency in Buenos Aires URRA brings together a group of approximately 15 international visual artists to live and work in Buenos Aires city for the period of one month. The residency has an annual frequency.

The program offers a shared working situation that favours the interaction between peers, aiming to favour artistic production and the exchange of experiences and information, and the creation of links with different people and spaces of Argentina and the world.

The selected participants, representing artists from different countries including Argentina, will be accommodated in a Hotel downtown and an empty space located nearby will function as large shared studio to carry out their projects. Artists can also choose to work in alternative venues, creating new sites that propose new forms of urban intervention. They will freely choose and develop their projects, which could be planned in advance or at the beginning of the program and in response to the new context. They will work at their own pace, with no pressure to produce finished work.

The artists will participate in a program of activities that includes an open conference, an initial group exhibition displaying existing work and an Open Studio. In addition to this three main public events, there will be some informal activities during the month that include visits to local collections, dinners at artists´ studio and other smaller meetings that favour the dialogue within the group and with others invited professionals.

This initiative favours the production of experimental work, spontaneous collaborations, and other artistic interventions and ideas for new projects to be done in the future.

01.05/31.05/2011 – Art Residency in Buenos Aires URRA. Second Edition (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
01.06/30.06/2010 – Art Residency in Buenos Aires URRA. First Edition (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
01.11/30/11/2012 – Art Residency in Buenos Aires URRA. Third Edition (Buenos Aires, Argentina).

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