GRAFISK VÆRKSTED/NÆSTVED – Print Studio for Artists offers the posibility for artists to be guest artist /artist in residence at the workshop. The workshop is also approved to accept foreign students with grants from the EUropean Commission ERASMUS program.
Working facilities: Lithography (stone), intaglio/ etching, photogravure, relief printing/ linoleum and woodcut, computer inkjet prints. The workshop is small – only about 70 square meters – and it is difficult for more than two artists to work at the same time.
Accomodation facilities (in the same building as the workshop): One-room small bedroom (two beds) with access to bath and fully equipped kitchen. The workshop is situated at the old, former Groennegade military buildings – now a Cultural Centre – in the very center of the provincial town Næstved in the Southeastern part of Zealand. Find here
There is no application form. The board decides on the basis of samples of the artist’s work. The workshop do not give grants/financial support to guest artists and artists in residence. If accepted by the board you will get an official invitation which you might use to apply for grants in your own country. Use of workshop facilities, kitchen, room and bath are included, no fee. Materials purchased at the workshop. There will be a master printer to help you and to introduce you to new techniques.
Jan Kiowsky (Chairman/ Manager)
Sygestalden 15 C, Groennegades Kaserne Kulturcenter,
DK-4700 Naestved, Denmark,
Weronika Bolek, Nicolaus Copernicus University, Torun, Polans. June – July – August 2012
Guest Artists / Artists in Residence :
Inga Darguzyte, Vilnius, Lithuania
André Goetzu, Paris, France
Mille Guldbech, USA
Karen Hibbard, Canada Zuzanna Hlinakova, Hungary
Olaf Idalia, Paris, France
Ildiko Karsai, Hungary
Annie Silverman, USA Külli Suitso,
Tartu, Estonia Nils Vollertsen, Schleswig, Germany
Susan Walke, Kiel, Germany Kristina Wang, Sweden
Anna Ziarniewicz, Polen/ Irland
Christian Egelhaaf, Sabine, Angela Siegmund, Germany (Kulturlink fehmarnbelt project, November 2011)