Call for Applications – late 2017 until early 2019

APPLICATION FOR SFAKIOTES RESIDENCY PROGRAMME 

 

NOW AVAILABLE FOR APPLYING:

DECEMBER 2o17 – MARCH 2019, 1-3 month periods

Note: June – July 2018 we are closed for maintenance 

 

 Apply now via our online application page 

Please see the residency FAQ and Information for guests section on our homepage prior to applying. Guests are allowed to apply together as a group, bring friends and colleagues to visit after applying or the rent can be shared otherwise according to a suggestion by the guest. The house is one studio space in 2 floors and best suitable for people who know each other in advance.  All guests will be informed about the general conditions & rules of the house after being approved to the programme. Guests who are accepted, sign a written renting contract and pay a cancellation deposit of 100 euros that will be returned after the stay.

 

GENERAL INFORMATION

Description of the residency. The house is an old, fully renovated stone house (90m2). It consists of 2 floors, a small 0.5 hectare gravel garden terrace & a balcony of 5m2 facing North-East. There is a shared 1 toilet & shower downstairs and open-plan, shared kitchen upstairs.

When applying with colleagues, note that the house is one open space with one stone staircase separating 2 floors and no doors. 1 bedroom-alcove with garden downstairs and a shared bathroom in the upper floor, a small working unit, a sofa bed and a well-equipped kitchen upstairs. Both floors have their own entrances.

The guests pay a deposit for the house keys of 100€ before traveling and always sign a renting contract. Cancellation before 6 months prior to travel is cost-free. Own travel insurance is strongly recommended. The programme does not provide individual travel grants. Please see more information at the Residency Info section and FAQ.

 

Apply for the residency here.

 

Listed on the following sites for advertisement: 

sfakiotes-residency.net

facebook: sfakiotes residency

resartis.org 

14.11.2017

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