Deadline extended until January 16

Authors over 35 years of age with at least 5 years of experience are invited to participate. The organizers welcome both interdisciplinary projects and works made in the same genre. Based on the results of the competition, the winners are provided with a studio with payment of utility costs and / or a budget is allocated for the production of a work or works made in the studio (up to 30,000 rubles). The result of the work in the workshop will be the implementation of the announced project / exhibition in the spaces of Fabrika in 2022.



January 10, 2022 is the last date for applications (DEADLINE IS EXTENDED UNTIL JANUARY 16),

January 28, 2022 - announcement of the winners of the contest,

01 - 14 February 2022 - meetings and interviews with the winners,

February 15 - December 30, 2022 - arrival and work in the workshops, exhibitions of nominees.



Studios at Fabrika are designed for professional artists working in various techniques. In 2021 - 2022 The factory will consider applications from artists aged 35 to 55 (mid-career artists).

Preference is given to personal projects. Curator group projects are not considered.

Mandatory are the final implementation, the premiere of the project submitted for participation in the competition, as well as the presence of the author on the site during the installation and opening of the exhibition.

As part of the preparation of the project, curatorial support is possible.

The artist is obliged to provide the organizers with the formed project budget (no more than 30,000 rubles for implementation).

CCI Fabrika DOES NOT provide accommodation for program participants.



The application must include a resume, portfolio (with links to completed or shown works, photo and video materials), a motivation letter, a description or project plan (up to 1000 characters), for which a workshop is requested, indicating the nomination of interest. All of the above information is required to accept the application for consideration.

Applications are accepted at until January 10, 2022.

The winners will be announced on January 28, 2022.

Applications that do not include all items will not be considered.




It involves the provision of a workshop and a final exhibition in the Olivier or Arthouse halls. Possible curatorial support of the project. At the request of the artist and in agreement with the CCI "Fabrika", the space for the exhibition can be changed.

Spaces provided:

1) Space 5-21 "Compressor"

2) Space 5-22 "Dovecote"

3) Space 7-P

4) Space 4-27 “Gallery”


Space 5-21 "Compressor"

100 sq. meters, electricity, heating,
The studio is provided for a workshop of any direction,
The studio does not involve accommodation, but does not exclude the round-the-clock presence.

Dovecote space

60 sq. meters, electricity, heating,
The studio is provided for a workshop of any direction,
The studio does not involve accommodation, but does not exclude the round-the-clock presence.

Space 7-P

70 sq. meters, electricity, heating, no windows
The studio is provided for a workshop of any direction,
The studio does not involve accommodation, but does not exclude the round-the-clock presence.

Space 4-27, "Gallery"

50 sq. meters, electricity, heating, panoramic windows
The studio is provided for a workshop of any direction,
The studio does not involve accommodation, but does not exclude the round-the-clock presence.



It involves the implementation of an exhibition project in the Arthouse hall or the Finishing Shop. Possible curatorial support of the project.



Provides the opportunity for two artists to create works using the printing facilities of the PIRANESI LAB workshop. In the seventh session, the organizers are waiting for applications from authors working and wishing to implement a project in silk-screen printing, gravure or letterpress printing techniques, as well as alternative photoprocesses. The main condition for the selection of an application is the originality of the author's idea and the full use of the possibilities of technology (not reproductions of old works). The result of participation in the program in this nomination will be a reporting exhibition in the space of the CTI "Factory".



Irina Gorlova, Vladimir Levashov, Sergey Troshchenkov, Sasha Obukhova, Mikhail Sidlin, Vladimir Dudchenko, Svetlana Baskova


Alexey Veselovsky, Elena Kuprina-Lyakhovich, Asya Filippova, Stanislav Shuripa, Marina Zvyagintseva


Applications must be sent to the email address In the subject of the letter, please indicate "FABRIKA STUDIOS" with an indication of the nomination of interest, a confirmation will be sent within 24 hours. If you have not received it, please call +7 926 916 96 83, Sergey Troshchenkov.


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CCI "Fabrika" makes an agreement with the winners, which specifies the terms of the project, the area transferred for use for this period and other essential conditions. In addition to the contract, no later than 1.5 months before the final exhibition or show, an additional agreement is signed, which specifies the financial and technical support of the project. "Fabrika" has the right to terminate the contract if the resident of the workshop does not fulfill the conditions specified in the contract. Accommodation in Moscow is NOT provided.


On the territory of the CCI Factory, any actions, actions and objects related to nationalism, intolerance, animal abuse, sexism and infringement of human rights are prohibited.


Contact Information:

+7 926 916 96 83, Sergey Troshchenkov


Dates: November 23, 2021 - January 16, 2022
Address: Perevedenodskiy pereulok 18,

Deadline extended until January 16The Center for Creative Industries "Fabrika" presented the "Fabrika Studios" program (led by Asya Filippova and Natalia Obelchak) in 2014 as part of the 10th anniversary season. The program is aimed at supporting contemporary artists of various directions and currently includes three models for providing artists with places for their work: for a long time, sessions for the implementation of the declared project, and the use of partner production opportunities to work in print techniques. In December 2015, the CCI Fabrika, together with E.K. ArtBureau, announced the launch of a new competition - “Fabrika Studios. Session III”, which was somewhat different in format from the 2014 program. This format is still unique for the Russian artistic situation: authors from 1968-1980 were invited to participate. birth, that is, those who have formally passed the age of the "young artist" and are included in the category called in English "mid-career artists". Within the framework of the competition, a curatorial council worked, which included: Alexandra Danilova, Andrey Kovalev, Elena Kuprina-Lyakhovich, Yulia Lebedeva, Alexander Panov, Sergey Troshchenkov and Asya Filippova. In addition to the “Studio at Fabrika” nomination, a new nomination was announced - “Exhibition at Fabrika”, as well as a Piranesi Lab partner grant for printing a circulation of works to two winners. Thus, over the six years of work, about fifty-five experimental and innovative art projects have been implemented. With its program of workshops, the Factory confirmed the status of the first art cluster in Moscow, focused on interdisciplinary practices and not dependent on censorship.