Costs of a residency
The costs of a working period at Sundaymorning@ekwc consist of fixed and variable cost items. The use of a studio and a room, for example, is fixed for 12 weeks, while costs for materials, Cad / Cam use and kiln firing depend entirely on the type of work being made.
The basic costs for a working period of 12 weeks (including living and working space, technical instructions, and service costs) are € 23,522.40 including 21% VAT.
Participants can qualify for a Sundaymorning grant up to € 19,131.60 including 21% VAT. Participants can indicate on the registration form whether they want to make use of the grant.
In addition to the basic costs, we request an advance payment of € 2,000 from each participant for variable costs such as materials, 3D printing and milling, firing costs and other costs such as transport and Cad / Cam usage.
The material costs and costs for the use of kilns and Cad / Cam equipment depend on the size and character of the work. On average, the material costs are approximately € 2,000 for a 12-week working period. This is a rough estimate: the actual material costs incurred are calculated after finishing the residency period. They are deducted from the advance payment of € 2,000. If the usage of materials is higher than € 2,000 Sundaymorning@ekwc will send an additional invoice. If the usage is lower than € 2,000 Sundaymorning@ekwc will refund the amount that is leftover.
The following tables provide an indication of current prices for the use of Cad/Cam machines and kilns and the most commonly used materials.
Prices are subject to change, and VAT (21%) not included
1. Machine and kiln use
|Costs of Cad/Cam machine use per hour|
|Price per hour||Residents||External/Project|
|3D printer||€ 31,00||€ 60,00|
|Laser scanner||€ 17,00||€ 35,00|
|Styrofoam hotwire cutter||€ 19,00||€ 35,00|
|CNC milling machine||€ 27,00||€ 50,00|
|Crew –for instance: converting into digital files||€ 50,00|
|Costs of kiln use per hour|
|Kiln nr.||Dimensions (cm)||Price of firing per hour|
|#1||80||60||105||€ 4,00||€ 8,00|
|#2||120||120||223||€ 10,00||€ 20,00|
|#3||60||60||95||€ 2,50||€ 5,00|
|#4 pos 1||80||232||120||€ 10,00||€ 20,00|
|#4 pos 2||120||200||120||€ 10,00||€ 20,00|
|#5 pos 1||60||60||95||€ 2,50||€ 5,00|
|#5 pos 2||45||80||95||€ 2,50||€ 5,00|
|#6||80||60||120||€ 4,00||€ 8,00|
|#7||45||45||75||€ 2,00||€ 4,00|
|#A||20||20||35||€ 1,00||€ 2,00|
|#B||20||20||35||€ 1,00||€ 2,00|
|Crew per hour||€ 50,00|
|price estimates of the most common materials|
|Plastic clay||10 kilo||€ 3,70||€ 6,35|
|Casting slib||1 kilo||€ 0,45||€ 2,20|
|Plastre (incl. recycling)||25 kilo||€ 12,85||€ 12,85|
|Silicon rubber||1 litre (1,3 kilo)||€ 27,05||€ 27,05|
|Glazes (transparant)||1 kilo||€ 3,46||€ 23,22|
|Glazes (own recipe)||1 kilo||€ 2,06||€ 5,00|
|Frittes||1 kilo||€ 4,95||€ 10,51|
|Pigments||1 gramme||€ 0,01||€ 0,10|
|Lustres||1 gramme||€ 0,45||€ 7,52|
|* Within most categories there is a range of products; indicated are prices for the least and the most expensive products.|