Residency dates & fees




Application Deadline: check back in JANUARY 2022

* To enter Guatemala it is required to have a negative COVID test taken within 72 hours of flight departure and masks are required in all indoor & outdoor public spaces.


Applying is free.

We encourage innovative and varying interests, projects and research topics.
Collaborators are strongly encouraged and welcome to apply together. We look forward to learning more about your work & process! Contact with any questions.

2022 Residencies include

- Initial call one month prior to residency
- Assistance with research development, local introductions and navigation of the area
- Guatemala City Airport pick-up and transportation to the residency upon arrival & departure  (only if arriving/departing right before/after the residency program)
- Welcome gift and entrance ticket to local art museum La Nueva Fábrica

Residency House & Studio
- Housing with private room, amenities and wifi
- Access to a private workspace in the residency house (fully furnished outdoor pergola with roof)
- Weekday Breakfast
- Access to kitchen with cooking utilities

Fee Information

2 week residency: $590 (program + housing) / $490 per person for two collaborators (program + shared housing). Prices are in USD. 50% deposit due upon confirmation of attendance. Final deposit will be due sixty days before the program.

* Deposits are non-refundable and residency dates are non-transferable.

Contact for more information. We are happy to work with accepted residents on varying payments plans and installments.

Please note: We are a small independent arts program and do not receive external funding support. Residency fees are priced to maintain sustainability of the program. For interested applicants and accepted residents in need of funding assistance, we suggest looking into outside resources such as Artadia, Foundation for Arts Initiatives, Prince Claus Fund for Culture and Development, Jerome Foundation, Harpo Foundation, Pollock-Krasner Grants, Aaron Siskind Foundation, New York Foundation for the Arts, Sustainable Arts Foundation, The Awesome Foundation, and Kickstarter. We are happy to provide letters of invitation or other documents of support.


Our residencies are solo residencies meaning we host one resident or two collaborators (w/shared amenities) at a time.

We assist with project development and research as much as possible to create a platform of support, conversation, reflection, and accessibility. That said, all needs and desires are not always possible to access and the primary work does lie in the hands of resident themselves.

Applicants are encouraged to consider (both on application and during their stay) how their work or research will interact with Guatemala as a place, community and culture, and to reflect on their role and responsibility as a an artist or researcher learning and creating in a new location. Due to the limited time-frame, we are less focused on residents’ capability to learn / produce / execute, and more so on the thoughtful process and purpose from which we are doing so.

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