February 2019 – 5 Weeks Residency Program & Workshop
About the Programme
Program schedule for February 2019
1st Feb. 2019 : Welcome Ceremony
2nd Feb. to 7th Sept. : Workshops Starts
8th Feb. 2019 : Holiday (May go for Sight Seeing)
9th Feb. to 14th Sept. : Workshops
15th Feb. 2019 : Holiday (May go for Sight Seeing)
16th Feb. to 21st Sept.: Workshops
22nd Feb. 2019 : Holiday (May go for Sight Seeing)
23rd Feb. to 28th : Workshops
1st Mar. 2019 : Holiday (May go for Sight Seeing)
2nd Mar. to 6th Mar. : Workshops
7th March 2019 : Closing Ceremony with Photo Session
Artists & Residents can choose from the following
Odissi Dance Workshop, Paika Akhada Dance Workshop, Gotipua Dance Worskshop, Naga Dance, Durga Dance, Horse Dance (Chaiti Ghoda), Fire Dance workshop.
Pattachitra Paintings Workshop, Tassar Painting workshop
Ganjapa Card making workshop, Paper Mache (Mask making) workshop, Cow Dung Toys Workshop
Carving & Engraving Workshops
Stone carving workshop, Palm Leaf Engraving workshop, Wood Carving, Dhokra Casting workshop
Artists, Dancers, Thinkers of all levels are eligible
Raghurajpur is a tropical location near Puri and 19 degrees above the equator. Temperature, last year in 2017 the average temperature highs were 30-35 C (86-95 F) and the lows were 15-22C (59-71F). You’ll want lighter weight full coverage fabrics.
Meals will be vegetarian with the occasional fish. You will be served by a member of the residency , with the exception of festival days in which you will be invited to eat as a group with the community.
Studio Space- You will have class-room space. You may use this as personal studio space or you may choose to work in any of the collective spaces in the village OR larger space can be made available to you- the general rule is to ask for what you need.
Will be done for you, by a resident chef
Meals are served 9am, 1pm, and 7-9pm
If you do not want a meal, simply inform staff that you will be skipping
Kitchen is locked when not used by staff to protect items there
Traditional beds are twin size bed padding laid across a basic wooden frame or laid directly on the floor. Residents may wish consider brining an air mattress, if they prefer thicker padding, however it is traditional in this area to sleep directly on the floor or on small pads, its much cooler with thinner pads.
You will have access to both western style and India style toilets
You will have access to showers; most people prefer cool showers as the climate is very warm- hot water can be made available upon request.
Living spaces are not air conditioned or heated. In February temperatures are between 86F to 96F at the warmest and 50F-60F at the coolest in the evening.
5 Weeks Programe, starting 1st Feb 2019.
$ 300 per week
Includes workshops, studio space, shared room/bedding, shared restroom, and 3 meals a day, supplies to be used during the workshops.
Does Not Include: getting to the village or personal expenses, any additional art supplies you might need.
Does Not Include : Any expenses for sightseeing outside Raghurajpur.
100% Funds for the residency directly benefit the artists and workers of Raghurjapur.
Artist participating in the residency are welcome to bring and live with family members. A family fee for housing and food is $500 (2 adults 1 child or one adult 2 children)- this includes the residency fee paid by the artist.
Apply before January 2019
Request to contact us for your requirement and help.
Contact Co-ordinators at Raghurajpur, Odisha, India
Mr. Sudarshan Swain
Phone no. : (+91) 9937618379
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Mr. Raghunath Das
Phone no. : (+91) 7873151533
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Sunday : 8:00-14:00 (IST)
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