For members of the association, it is possible to integrate into the project for periods ranging from a few days to several months. We reserve the use of the Foyer, a renovated 120 m2 apartment with 3 bedrooms, dining room and a large music lounge/workshop with a library and grand piano. It is also equipped with a very efficient stove for wood heating (optional, but which we favor if possible).
We share among all the use of several workshops: co-working space flexible in painting/sewing/kitchen/meeting room workshop, wood/metal workshop with hardware, rooms, nooks for writing or dreaming and friendly terraces, a soundlab and a sprawling recording equipment that allows sound recordings all over the building, a library, a play library of games of companies, a large multipurpose room with projector and grand piano, outdoor cutlery, vegetable gardens and a boudoir/smoking café-philo/games It’s hard to describe.
We also share the use of a car and a utility minibus, as well as some bikes. Finally,
we collect and share the unsold foodstuffs of the Migros de Moutier twice a week, and maintain a stock of basic foods available to all: food pasta, rice, oil, salt, sugar and flour.
While you, a visiting member, take your comfort and deploy your desires to the Pantograph Suites, you feed the project in return with your resources. We want to give you the freedom and the choice to offer what you think is welcome. In our experience, it is in particular the time you will spend on site, available to connect you that is essential in this regard. It allows you to get to know each other and to establish exchanges that benefit everyone. And concretely, the project needs: good vibes (above all), money (also), various materials, maintenance and repairs, ideas of planning and development, cordial exchanges and conviviality (many), exchanges of skills, physical and intellectual strength, and hours of vegetable culture and children. Besides, you’re welcome as a family too.
In the case of projects to create shows and if you wish, we look forward to welcoming the “firsts”, and invite a few individuals from the surrounding area who join us to lend an eye and an ear to your dress rehearsal. We often bring a pie and a thermos of herbal tea.
If you’re bold and enthusiastic, take a look at the diary below. Depending on the nature of the projects, you can accommodate several groups of visiting members simultaneously – you can see the number and domain of other users’ creations. Finally, contact us, and ideally, plan a face-to-face visit before the residency.
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Tip: Consider the minimum time required for your personal project, and add at least two extra days to connect with people and places. The “physiology” of a socio-cultural project such as ours is really very sensitive to tempo, and works relatively slowly compared to the pace that has run in trade and urban.