Hollufgård Artist Residency – Skulpturpark
Hollufgård is a Danish artist residence, member of ResArtis and located at the manor house Hollufgård five kilometers south of Odense. The guest studio offers short and long term residencies with workshop facilities and accommodation for Danish and foreign artists.

There are 3 single rooms and 1 double room that share common room, kitchen, toilets, shower and washing machine.

Single room: 100, – DKK / night or 500, – DKK / week
Double room: 200, – DKK / night or DKK 1,000, – / week
Workshop: 500, – DKK / month

Hollufgård is supported by the Danish State and the Municipality of Odense and can therefore offer stays at very low prices. We offer no additional funding of expenses for travel and living.

Application for a residency
Residencies are granted for the max. duration of 6 months.
Artists must submit a written application, containing as a minimum:

Artistic curriculum
Intent with the stay
Workshop needs
PDF or other adequarte format presenting at least 6 works created within the last 5 years

Applications are processed on a regular basis by the Board’s executive committee.

Artist talk
We welcome and encourage an artist talk during the residence. Our artist talks are publicly available and kept in an informal atmosphere. The event can relate to the artist’s work in general and / or the artist’s work during the stay and may give the audience insights to the cultural environment in the artist’s country and local community. An artist talk is typically about 1 hour duration and scheduled in advance to take place towards the end of the stay. We are happy to assist the resident with advice and guidance to the event.

Application is made to:
Hollufgård Artist Residency – Skulpturpark
Hollufgårds Allé 26
DK-5220 Odense SØ,



Workshops, machinery and materials
There are five workshops: The bronze Foundry, the stone-carving yard, the forge and the mixed media and the graphic workshop, as well as a number of medium sized studios for painters.

Residents are offered a separate workshop of a size adjusted to their needs.

The workshops are equipped with furnace, compressors, welding equipment, mixer for clay and concrete and a truck with lifting gear. Electric tools, such as drilling machines and other hand tools are available to a limited extent. Residents must bring loose parts, such as chisels, drills and diamond discs. The graphic workshop is equipped with a large printing press and screen printing (see website).

In the sculptor shop, materials can be purchased, primarily for bronze casting. We are of course helpful in purchasing necessary materials and tools.

Using the workshops
The workshops are for professional artists who master the crafts of their profession and the skills necesseary for executing their project. The guest studio’s employees are primarily employed to maintain machinery, tools and buildings and do not provide instruction in technical skills.

But, of course, we are happy to assist in obtaining technical assistance at the resident’s expense. Also, the colleagues are glad to lend a helping hand and share advice and experience.

Alcohol and drug policy
It is allowed to enjoy alcohol on the premises and to smoke outdoors. It is however strictly forbidden to use or be influenced by any substances in the workshops. Any violation of the rules will result in immediate expulsion.

Practical information
Our facilities are used by both the residents and local artists. The resident can therefore expect a good professional and social network in a living and inclusive environment. However, the number of colleagues wirking in the premisesmay vary in periods.

By train: There are frequent connections to Odense from CPH Airport (Kastrup Lufthavn) or CPH Central Station (Københavns Hovedbanegård). At Odense Railway Station are hourly busses (go to main entrance and choose exit facing tracks: Platform B, bus no. 22 direction Tornbjerg)

By car: Gæsteatelier Hollufgård is located at exit 49 on the Funen motorway. 

Bus: There is bus service (22) to the city center, approx. one per hour, and bus 82in Neder Holluf, approx. 10 min. walk from the premises, where you will also find the nearest grocery store.

Bike: On the premises are 3 bicycles for free use. Odense has a very well-developed network of bicycle lanes. Shopping mall and construction market take approx 15 minutes, the city center approx. 30 minutes on bicycle.

All insurances (Occupational Accident, Accident and General Liability) are signed by the resident. Gæsteatelier Hollufgård’s insurance covers only employees. The same applies to insurance covering theft of tools, materials and works.

Exhibitions and sales
Residents are always invited to participate in our current exhibitions and other ongoing events. For sales that take place through our events we charge a commission of 10% for members and residents.

Should you have further questions, please feel free to, we look forward to receiving your application.


Mila Poblete, Chile
Hannah Oinen, Finland
Emily Dumas, USA
Jette Mellgren, Denmark
Simone Berrini, Italy
Maria Henriksen, Denmark
Lise Kjær, USA/Denmark
Andreas Greve, Germany
Mette Rasmussen, Denmark
Anna Weber, Funen Art Academy
Freja Niemann Lundrup, Denmark
Aske Højer Olsen, Denmark
Unnur Björnsdóttir, Funen Art Academuy
Thomas Haywood, Great Britain
Jeppe Østergård Munk, Denmark
Matthias Toubro, Denmark
Søren Rye, Denmark


Lise Kjær, New York
Helle Cook, Australia
Richard Jochum, USA
Andrea Gregson, UK
Malte Klagenberg, student at the Funen Art Academy
Kip Jones, Canada
Kai Teichert, Germany
Niklas Link, Germany
Miina Laine, Finland
Morten og Mia Schmidt, musicians, DK
Kohei Takekoshi, Japan
Selina Rom Andersen, student at the Funen Art Academy
Elina Bergmark Wiberg, student at the Funen Art Academy
Vivi Linnemann, DK
Kate Sterchi, USA, student at the Funen Art Academy
Malte Klagenberg, DK
Simone Berrini, Italy
Anna Tosney, UK


Katrine Würz Hansen / Ina Hjort Jacobsen, DK
Anne Skole Overgaard, DK
Elizabeth Wilhelm, USA
Aino Louhi, Finland
Lise Kjær, USA
Anne Line Petersen, DK
Christine Leu / Allan Webb, Canada
Bartan, Tyrkey
Rolf Demsy, DK
Anna Tosney, UK
Tiiu Anttinen, Finland
Jungwoon Kim, Korea
Simone Martini, Italy
Marsha McDonald, USA
Svend Bager, student at the Funen Art Academy
Jakob Nielsson, student at the Funen Art Academy
Billie May Johansson, student at the Funen Art Academy
Anders Christiansen, student at the Funen Art Academy
Levin, student at the Funen Art Academy

• Niels Edvard Nørgaard Sørensen, Danmark
• Päivi Pussila og Raimo Törhönen , Finland
• David Douard, Frankrig
• William M. Boot, Australie
• Christian Bang Jensen, • Niels Erik von Øhlenschlæger, Odense
• Alexandria Nazar, USA
• Gruppe MIM: Merete Hol Tefre, Inghild Sleire, Marit Thingnæs, Wenche Wefring, Jeanie Jensen og Annette Holdensen,DK/N


• Päivi Pussila og Raimo Törhönen , Finland, april og maj
• Gruppe MIM: Merete Hol Tefre, Inghild Sleire, Marit Thingnæs, Wenche Wefring, Jeanie Jensen og Annette Holdensen, Norge og Danmark, oktober
• Sebastian Boulter, Tampere/Bruxelles, september
• Antonio A. Puri, Philadelphia, august
• Mathias & Mathias, Kunstakademiet, maj
• Tiril Hasselknippe, Sverige, juni
• Tue Greenfort, Berlin, juni
• David Douard, Frankrig, april
• William M. Boot, Australien, marts – maj
• Maj Horn, DfK, marts – maj
• Pascal Mayet, Det fynske Kunstakademi (DfK) dec 13 – april
• Jacob Morell, DfK, dec 13 – marts
• Christian Bang Jensen, DfK, februar – april

• Niels Pugholm, DfK, marts – maj
• Henrietta Labouchere, England, marts – maj
• Laurits Dall, DfK, januar – maj
• Joshua Gura, New York/Gøteborg, maj – november
• Mikko Kallio, Tampere, juli
• Jonas Soydan, Stockholm, juli

• Niels Pugholm, Det fynske Kunstakademi (DfK), september – december
• Laurits Dall, DfK, december – marts 2013
• Pascal Mayet, DfK Oktober – januar
• Anna Bak, oktober – november
• Lise Ring, København, oktober
• John Malkow, København, oktober
• Gruppe MIM, april: Merete Hol Tefre, Inghild Sleire, Marit Thingnæs
• Marsha McDonald, USA, august – oktober
• Henrietta Labouchere, England, oktober – november
• Maja Thommen, Italy, oktober – november
• Katti Pärkson – Kull, DfK, marts – maj
• Anne Danelund, Kolding, marts – maj
• Åse Rønnow, København, marts
• Brit Lind, Grenaa, marts og oktober

• Oskar Sølvsteen Sørensen, DfK, marts – april
• Pascal Mayet, DfK, marts – april
• Pepe Llacier, Valencia, april – maj
• Bilal Khan, Pakistan, maj – september
• Anna Samsøe, DfK, august – september
• Christian Bang Jensen, DfK, august – februar

• Ástríður Ólafsdóttir, Island, maj – juni
• Pierre Druesnes, Frankrig, maj – december
• Gruppe MIM, Norge, maj – juni: Merete Hol Tefre, Inghild Sleire, Marit Thingnæs
• Charlotte Petersen, Danmark, september
• Jonas Soydan, Sverige, oktober – december

• Hanne Biben Mortensen, Danmark, marts – maj
• Rita Winde, Sverige, april
• Inge Nørgaard, USA, marts – april
• Bilal Khan, Pakistan, juli – oktober
• Lise Skou og Lasse Lau, Danmark og Bruxelles, april
• Marianne Grøndahl, juni

• Evelyn Scobie, Norge, januar – april
• Floyd K. Stein, Danmark, april – september
• Charlotte Petersen, Danmark, juni
• Eamon O’ Kane, Irland, oktober – marts 2009
• Martin Richard Olsen, Danmark, september
• Khaled Barakeh, Syrien, august 2008 – maj 2009
• Kento Kimura, Japan, september 2008 – marts 2009

• Inge Nørgård, USA, januar – april
• Cienfuegos, Mexico, maj – juni
• Paolomaria Gianotti, Italien, maj – august

• Marek Jerzy Nowakowski, Polen, marts
• Ástríður Ólafsdóttir, Island, maj – juni (NIFCA)
• Kalle Turakka Purhonen, Finland, august – oktober (NIFCA)
• Vibeke Rytter, Danmark, august
• Mille Guldbeck, USA, august
• Irene Sidenius, Danmark, juni – juli
• Valerij Cajka, Rusland, juni – juli
• Sharon Finnegan, USA, maj
• Inge Nørgaard, USA, november

• Thomas Volsing, Danmark, januar
• Markus Rissanen, Finland, maj – september (NIFCA)
• Charlotte Petersen, København DK, juli
• Peter Alexander, England, juli – august
• Ruben Pena Balsameda, Arcadio Tomas Capote, Alberto Sanchez Lago, Ricardo Reyes, Cuba, maj

• Cecilia Lundquist, juni – juli (NIFCA)
• Felice Harpetzeder, Sweden, august – september (NIFCA)
• Hitoshi Kimura, Japan, juli – oktober
• Martin Erik Andersen, Denmark, september

• Rita Winde, Sverige, april – juli (NIFCA)
• Inge Jakobsen, Tyskland, august – oktober