Bòlit Residencia Girona Creativa    

 
 

The Bòlit residency space is located in the Sant Pere district, close to Bòlit_StNicolau, one of the Art Centre's main exhibition spaces and the future home of the Modern and Contemporary Art Museum (Casa Pastors).

 

The studio overlooks a square with views of the cathedral tower, the archaeological gardens, the rose window of the Monastery of Sant Pere de Galligants and the Chapel of Sant Nicolau. From the balcony there are views of the bell tower of the church of Sant Fèlix.

 

In addition to being very centrally located (just five minutes from the city centre), this part of the city is gradually developing as a hub for the creative industries sector, with an exciting network of small businesses and workshops.

 

It is very close to one of Girona's key road accesses (the northern motorway access and the Pedret ring road) but just a stone's throw from one of the city's loveliest green spaces, the Sant Daniel valley.

 

Right on the doorstep of the city, this is the meeting point for three of Girona's four rivers, the Galligants, the Onyar and the Ter.

 

The residential space comprises a fully equipped double bedroom, kitchen/dining room and bathroom. The accommodation has heating, Wi-Fi and is provided with all necessary items such as sheets, towels, kitchen and tableware, etc.

 

The studio will be clean and in good condition on entry. The resident will be responsible for cleaning during the stay, although an external cleaning firm will carry out a general clean at the end of each residency. The resident must leave the space in the same state as at the start of the residency.

 

In addition to the residential space, the resident may also be able to use additional facilities and equipment belonging to Bòlit, Centre d'Art Contemporani and to Girona's Municipal Art School (offices, exhibition spaces, workshops and materials), subject to availability. The Centre's technical team will be available to provide practical and creative support and advice to the artist during the residency as well as help with publicising his/her work.