Guest Studio in Paliano at Rome
Since 1999, scholarship holders from Vorarlberg, Tyrol, Upper Austria, Lower Austria and Burgenland have had the opportunity to travel to Paliano to realize projects there.
Three months a year it is available to Upper Austrian artists. The artist’s house is located about 60 km south-east of Rome (between the Albanerbergen and the town Anagni).
Already in the 19th century, the landscape in the Ciociaria was the scene of the Tyrolean landscape painter Josef Anton Koch, who had settled in the neighboring Olevano Romano, to capture the landscape of Latium in their special light and the distinctive colours.
The country house – an old, adapted building structure – is divided into two residential units, comprises two floors with several work and recreation rooms and two bedrooms, a communal kitchen and two bathrooms. The rooms are typical simple, but functionally furnished and furnished, an Internet connection is available. Up to two artists per housing unit are sent per month. The studio house is only available to the scholarship holders.