Sukjin Choi & Misty Gamble’s final show July 2014

You still have time to apply for Fall 2014/Spring 2015 residency periods at c.r.e.t.a. rome. Get inspired by the eternal city!

We offer artist residencies for ceramic artists and visual artists
for periods of 6 weeks or 3 months. For Fall 2014/Spring 2015, the
residency periods are:

FALL 2014 residency periods: we still have a few spots available so contact us asap!

SPRING 2015 residency periods: deadline 1 OCTOBER 2014



ARTISTS INVITE ARTISTS (we will post more info soon!):

16 – 30 MAY
SUMMER residency periods: deadline 1 MARCH 2015
1-30 JUNE
1-30 JULY

The residency includes a semi-private equipped studio, shared housing
(private room) in the historical center of Rome, and technical
assistance in procuring materials, firings, etc., advice on museums,
galleries and sites in Rome and beyond. Artists have the opportunity to
focus on their art, whether it be creating a new body of work, expanding
a well-established oeuvre or allowing themselves to draw inspiration
from their surroundings and the centuries of culture that define the
eternal city. In addition, they will have access to the wealth of
galleries and exhibitions in Rome and beyond. Artists are encouraged to exhibit the work created
during the residency period n a final group show

We also offer a residency in the countyside near Bracciano, with
private accommodation in a 1-bedroom house with a garden and a private
studio. This option is particularly attractive for collaborative
projects and/or ceramic artists who work with reduction firing.

A selection committee composed of artists, art critics and historians
carefully evaluates applicants based on their artistic experience,
merit and project proposal. For more info and costs, contact Lori-Ann
Touchette, or see our web-site:

To apply, please submit the following by e-mail to

    curriculum vitae
    artist statement (250 words max)
    project proposal (500 words max)​​ and preferred residency period
    10 images (jpeg or pdf), image list with year, materials & dimensions

view from the terrace of our palazzo