It’s an honor to have Carrie Mixon at Green Olive Arts helping us to see and feel In this very personal entry, re-posted from her blog, Carrie seeks an anchor in the wind of […]
Welcoming Global Creatives in Morocco
Green Olive Arts is an artist residency and collaborative art space in Tetouan, Morocco
Our mission is to resource creative individuals of both emerging and established artistic talent from around the world in seasons of inspiration, production, collaboration and cultural exchange here in Morocco.
We invite artists from a wide range of disciplines and mediums to apply for residencies of 2-12 weeks during most months of the year. We accept visual artists, writers, poets, curators, scientists, choreographers, puppeteers, and more. Our local Selection Panel awards residencies based upon artistic excellence of current work and intended residency proposal. Residencies offer creatives an opportunity to spend time in another culture and context developing new work through research and dialogue with peers. Artists are encouraged to engage the local community as part of their residency through workshops, performances, readings, round tables, and collaboration to bridge cultures and nurture innovation.
Are you an artist, writer, filmmaker, sculptor, photographer, or craftsperson in need of a season of focused research and production in the rich setting of an ancient culture?
Here at Green Olive Arts, we are always eager to share resources that could help artists to continue pursuing their art. The Sustainable Arts Foundation is a non-profit foundation supporting artists and […]
Shaping art from a berber heart Tetouan born Mohamed Senhaji now lives and works in the eastern city of Oujda, but his current work is on exhibition at the Meki Megara Gallery […]
Two long-time friends that we love to host here in Tetouan! In my wife’s favorite film, It’s a Wonderful Life, George Bailey hears the sound of a train departing and asks his Uncle […]
Ashley Widman reflects on her creative time in Tetouan … One of the first things I drew when I arrived here at Green Olive Arts was a red and white striped cloth […]
The following is a reposting of a blog written January 22, 2014 by Green Olive Arts AiR or WiR(Writer in Residence), Fiona Leonard. Fiona is an author and blogger. Check out her […]