Artists will have their own area in the studio building and have access to all kilns as well as our other facilities. All artists have full access to our archives and the largest studio collection in Northern Europe. Artists use the collection for research and inspiration.
The Artist in Residence program at Guldagergaard combines an international atmosphere and wide professional dialogue within a concentrated work period, with the exchange of knowledge and research into materials, techniques and ideas.
The beautiful manor house from 1910 is the home for up to 12 artists and this is an intense experience that artists say they wouldn’t live without. There is a constantly ceramic dialogue going on and networking among artists.
There is a special spirit in the house where artists take turns cooking the evening meal, which is an event where you eat lovely food made by your studio colleagues. Artists can either stay in double or single rooms. All rooms have recently been redecorated and are different from one another.
At our FLICKR account and on our Facebook page you will find photos from everyday life and exhibitions at Guldagergaard.