Joan Miró's printmaking workshops
"We believe that, in their approach to contemporary creation, artists should take advantage of all the resources that society crates so as to find the tool that best suites each individual's own personal language"
Entry rules and registration:
Registration for the courses is open to anyone who is interested.
Places will be assigned in order of registration.
Applications must be sent to the Fundació Miró Mallorca using the online application.
The following documents should be attached:
A brief C.V. containing three photographs of recent work in a single document.
Proof of payment of the 75-euro pre-registration fee into account no. ES 97 2100 4011 52 2200005120 at “la Caixa” bank. (The document must specify the name of the applicant and the workshop which they are applying to take part in).
Payment of the remaining amount: Once the Foundation confirms the student’s admission on the course, the remaining amount must be paid into the same account. Proof of payment must be sent by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
In the event of cancellation by the student, the Foundation will not refund the course fee under any circumstances.
All pre-registration payments will be reimbursed to applicants failing to get a place on the course or in the event of cancellation by the Foundation.
Materials: included in the price of the workshop.
For further information, please contact:
Fundació Miró Mallorca
Tel. +34 971 70 14 20
Miró Mallorca Foundation was founded following the donation by Joan Miró and his family to the city of Palma, in 1981 of four creative workshops where he had worked intensily, from 1956 until his death, so that they could become a stimulus for future generations of artists. Miró expressed a desire for the spirit of creativity and transgression to live on after his dead, and with Son Boter. The workshops have conserved that desired to act as springboard for experimentation in a wide diversity of artistic fields.
Year after year, in this privileged setting, young artist and other more established ones carry out project, exchange ideas and share their creative experiences. Fundació Miró Mallorca has enabled numerous artists to work in its engraving, lithography, silkscreen and ceramics workshops. In the last years it has opened its doors to new technologies and incorporated digital printing systems. Additionally, by making Pilar Juncosa & Sotheby’s Grants and Awards widely known to people internationally, this has helped convert our workshops into a meeting place for young artists from all over the world as well as facilitating stays and experiences abroad.
The goal that has characterized all these years of constant effort, wich we will still propose today is a careful balance between memory and innovation: that is, a respect for traditional techniques in conjunction with an intense desire for contemporaneity.