The Moise Palace is the largest Renaissance five-hundred-year-old patrician townhouse on the Croatian islands. A venue and forum for various scientific and research activities, our center can welcome visiting students and artists wishing to withdraw for a moment to a serene and inspiring collaboration setting. In fact, the Moise Palace already is a study haven for those whose intentions are to conduct scientific and artistic work while enjoying the island’s pristine nature. It is a place to restore individual and group wellness while mapping the local and advancing new investigative practices.

Questioning the uncomfortable position of “academic tourists” and looking for elements that disturb the setting from inside, our guests could challenge their traveler’s comfort zones and immerse into the urban-cum-natural tissue of Cres, in order to develop both locally and globally meaningful research and artistic responses to the materials and signals in situ.