Sacatar Institute (Ilha de Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil)

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Instituto Sacatar operates a residency program for creative individuals in all disciplines at its estate on the Island of Itaparica in the Bay of All Saints, across from the city of Salvador, Bahia, Brazil. Sacatar is a member of Res Artis, the worldwide network of artist residencies, and of the Alliance of Artists Communities.

The purpose of the Instituto Sacatar is: to provide artists a place to live and create; to generate opportunities for artists to interact and collaborate with the local and regional community; to enhance the visibility and cultural impact of the host city and nation; and to encourage art that returns us to where art began — to a wordless silence before all of creation.


O Instituto Sacatar dirige um programa internacional de residência para artistas na sua sede na Ilha de Itaparica, que fica na Baía de Todos os Santos na região metropolitana de Salvador, Bahia, Brasil. O Instituto Sacatar é membro da Res Artis, the worldwide network of artist residencies, e da Alliance of Artists Communities.

São estas as metas do Instituto Sacatar: oferecer um lugar onde artistas possam conviver e criar; facilitar a interação e a colaboração dos artistas com a comunidade; aumentar a visibilidade e o impacto cultural da cidade e da nação onde atua o instituto; e estimular a arte que nos remete ao ponto onde a arte nasceu — ao silêncio profundo diante de toda a criação.


Sacatar Institute is a partner of the Videobrasil Residency Program

Instituto Sacatar é parceiro da Programa de Residências Videobrasil

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