Joya: AiR is a not for profit arts residency developed by artists for artists of every conceivable discipline. Consider Joya: AiR not only a unique, stimulating and contemplative environment for international artists and writers, but as a meeting point for divergent and creative thinking. This is a multi-disciplinary residency, self determined, critical and profoundly engaging.
 
 
selected artists and writers at Joya: AiR autumn 2019

selected artists and writers at Joya: AiR autumn 2019

 
Climate positive means that Joya: arte + ecología / AiR goes beyond achieving net zero carbon emissions to actually create an environmental benefit by removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere via the creation of a forest garden. This is in addition to being off-grid meaning we are not dependent upon public utilities for energy, water or waste (other than recycling). All our energy needs are supplied by the sun.

Climate positive means that Joya: arte + ecología / AiR goes beyond achieving net zero carbon emissions to actually create an environmental benefit by removing additional carbon dioxide from the atmosphere via the creation of a forest garden. This is in addition to being off-grid meaning we are not dependent upon public utilities for energy, water or waste (other than recycling). All our energy needs are supplied by the sun.

 
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Joya: AiR regularly hosts group residencies from universities or collectives. Past group residencies include:

Goldsmiths University MFA.

Central St Martins UAL.

Camberwell School of Art MA UAL.

Chelsea School of Art MA UAL.

Wimbledon School of Art MA UAL.

Manchester School of Art BA.

Aberystwyth School of Art BA.

The Slade School of Art MA.

Universidad de Granada Facultad de Bellas Arte.

Bucks New University BA.

For more information about Joya: group residencies follow this link

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August 2019 will be Simon Linington`s third residency at Joya: AiR