Introducing the new Studio Kura blog

Hello, this is Alejandro Cremades.

At Studio Kura we have been running our Artist in Residence Program since 2007. 25 artists from 15 countries have visited us as of today.

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It is an intimate place in a rural environment where artists can really make themselves at home, staying at a traditional Japanese house.

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We have been doing this for a long time and now we feel confident to make it easier for artists to apply to our programme. We have been improving and updating our website, got ourselves added to the Trans Artists database, and we even made an application form available to you.

We will keep sharing information on the site, on this blog we just started, and also on Twitter and Facebook. Please feel free to ask any question about the studio or the programme.

2 thoughts on “Introducing the new Studio Kura blog

  1. Robin

    I am not an artist, but I have had the chance to visit Studio Kura on a number of occasions. It is truly a great place with very welcoming hosts. I highly recommend it for any artist considering a residence program.

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