Association - Room for artists

Invitation of artists from Switzerland and all over the world for creative stays of 2 to 6 months in one of the most beautiful mountain valleys in the Alpine region, the Goms in the canton of Valais, Switzerland. Painters, sculptors, film and video artists, writers, architects, industrial and fashion designers, composers are particularly welcome. Rescue of old buildings (15th-19th century) by converting them into studios and workshops for artists. Support for communities in the Goms in the establishment and operation of regional centres for artistic activities. Establishment of a collection of works by artists who have been, are and will be active in the region, as a contribution to the region's attractiveness for tourists.



Studio occupancy

Studio occupancy 2025  
January to February Sara Cubarsi, composer and musician, Spain
March to April Sarah Hillebrecht, sculptor, Germany
May to June Maria Vill and David Mannstein, visual artist couple, Germany
July to September Michael Dudowitsch, sculptor, Germany
October to December Susanne Smajic', painter, Germany
Studio occupancy 2024  
January to February Samuel Schaab, visual artist, Austria
March to April Ben Goossens, visual artist, Germany
May to July Valeriu Buev, painter and writer, Moldavia
August to September Melanie Windl, visual artist, Germany
October to December Adelheid Fuss, painter, Germany
Studio occupancy 2023  
January to February Clément Froidevaux, visual artist, Switzerland
March to May Katharina Kamph, visual artist, Germany/Austria
June to July Georg Janthur, sculptor, Germany
August to September Sven-Ingo Koch, composer, Germany
October to December Photographer, Mongolia
Studio occupancy 2022  
January to March Nina Stoelting, painter, Germany
April to June Photographer from the SMArt programme
July to September Yasuko Yamaguchi, musician, Germany/Japan
October to December Andrea Böning, visual artist, Germany/Switzerland
Studio occupancy 2021  
January to March Ines Andress Arraki, photographer, Morocco
April to June Lisa Lurati, visual artist, Switzerland
July to September Barbara Herold, photographer, film and video art, Germany
  Florian Huth, sculptor, photographer, Germany
October to December Charlotte Pannicke, visual artist, Denmark/Norway
Studio occupancy 2020  
January to February Charlotte Mumm, visual artist, Germany/Netherlands
March to May SMArt Programme
June to July Yasuko Yamaguchi, composer, Japan/Germany
August to September Bettina Bürkle, visual artist, Germany
October to December Tanja Bykova - Röthlisberger, painter, Estonia/Switzerland
Studio occupancy 2019  
January to March Arman Vahanyan, painter, Armenia
April to June Tarek Haddad, photographer, Lebanon
July to August Bob Negryn, photographer, Netherlands
September to December Ursula Weissenborn, visual artist, Switzerland/Germany
Studio occupancy 2018  
January to March Andreas Fischbach, visual artist, Switzerland
April to June Photographer, possibly Mongolia
April to June Ulrich Gsell, stone sculptor, Germany
September to October Niklaus Lapuch, visual artist, Austria
November to December Eva Blatt, composer and Christiane Schwarze, writer, Germany
Studio occupancy 2017  
December 16 to January 17 Frank Lippold, visual artist from Germany
February to April Katrin Pannicke, sculptor from Germany
May to July Photographer from Peru
August to September Sarah Horowitz, visual artist from the USA
October to December Michaela Knizova, visual artist from Slovakia
Studio occupancy 2016  
January to February Alberto Condotta, painter from Italy
March to May Photographer from China
June to Jui Isabelle Wiessler, textile artist from France
August to September Makiko Nishikaze, composer from Japan
October to November Kornelia Thümmel, sculptor from Germany
Studio occupancy 2015  
January to February Natalia Zaluska, painter from Poland
March to May Photographer from Mongolia
June to July Detlef Suske, photographer from Germany
August to September Christine and Wolfram Ebersbach, painters and graphic artists from Germany
October to December Philipp König, woodcut, lithographer from Germany

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