Application for GilsfjordurArts 2019
GilsfjordurArts offers an artist residency in a former farmhouse in Gilsfjörður, Westfjords, Iceland. Inspired by the remote location Brekka is immersed in stunning landscape and silence at the end of the fjord. Brekka is 12km along an unmade road from the village of Króksfjarðarnes on Route 60 about 200km north of Reykjavik. We offer seven roughly 25 day self guided residencies to artists in our three bedroom farmhouse with shared upstairs studio, they range from €700-900 Euros depending on room types. Please email me with any questions you have thanks - Martin

****In addition to the form below, please email a copy of your CV In ONE PDF document with the subject Line
“Your full name – CV” (example: Dagrún Bjornson –CV) to in reply. I will return a paypal invoice for the application fee of 25 Euros.

Email address *
Applicants full name
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Which 2019 Residency Are you interested in?
All residencies begin on a Tuesday (please do not arrive before noon) and end on a Friday (Please depart by noon)
Mobile phone number 
(with country code) eg (354) 434 7767
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Date of Birth:
Day/Month/Year - for example 17/05/1962
Mailing Address
(with postal codes, country etc)
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Country of Issue
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Which room do you prefer?
All room have heat, bedding, windows, cupboards, European plug sockets, window covering (not shown), fees are to cover program cost for running the residency and not to be consider rent, some rooms have more pesonal space.
I'd rather explain in text about my room choices
(If the above multi choice is not sufficient tell us more)
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If applying as an artist couple please provide the name and email address of the second artist.
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Emergency Contacts:
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How did you learn about the GilsfjordurArts residency?
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Please provide a reference contact
name, job title and email address of someone in your professional life
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