33OC consists of a converted 13th Century church – now a theatre and the adjacent building which includes, various multi-purpose work rooms, a music loft (equipped with a keyboard, mixing table and theatre lighting equipment), a large kitchen, one shower and two toilets at the ground floor, and two large bedrooms with terrace upstairs.

 

Living Spaces

Bedrooms
33OC hosts maximum 3 artists at one time. We provide shared accommodation (two large bedrooms which can sleep two people each). Blankets and linens are provided.

Bathroom
33OC being housed in a medieval building the rooms aren’t equipped with private bath: shared shower & toilets with sinks are available on the ground floor.

Kitchen
A large well equipped kitchen is available for use on a self-catering basis to all artists in residence. The kitchen is stocked with basic ingredients: coffee, sugar, salt, pepper, spices etc. available for the use of the artists. Artists are responsible for the costs of all personal items and additional food items.
The living space is equipped with Wi-Fi access, color printer, scanner, copier. Due to structural characteristics of the building Wi-Fi access is available only in the bedrooms & kitchen area. It should be noted that in the cooler months heating is VERY limited.

 

Work Spaces

The entire theatre and the adjacent spaces are put at the disposal of the artists in residence. We use the spaces in an organic way based on what activities are taking place in the theatre and the work needs of the resident artist. We provide multi-use spaces and equipment which artists need to coordinate usage upon arrival with the Residency Manager and the other artists-in-residence*. We ask you to be flexible and respectful towards others and creative in adapting spaces to your needs. We also encourage artists to consider interventions in public spaces throughout Toffia upon agreement with the 33OC staff. A small but supportive network of people who will assist you in any way possible to make your stay productive and enjoyable.
* As mentioned previously the spaces cannot accommodate artists working in Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics or large-scale paintings.