The art residency under the AiR Goyki 3 programme will be dedicated to a wide group of artists – creators of visual art, writers, performance artists and individuals involved in the popularisation of science from Poland and abroad – and they will consist in supporting the activities of residents in the space of Art Inkubator.
In 2022 we invite to participate artists from the fields of literature and visual arts.
In AiR Goyki 3, we are interested in creative process and dialogue with artists. We are driven by critical reflection on the modern world and society. We do not specify what end results should be; we do not impose topics. We support well-thought-out activities and research-focused projects referring to the place of their implementation, i.e. the city of Sopot and the space of Art Inkubator, as well as those focused on building relationships between people and their surroundings. By inviting residents from various fields, we hope to promote networking and cooperation which will result in multidisciplinary projects.
AiR Goyki 3 offers:
– access to an atelier in the building used by Art Inkubator;
– networking with the local art scene, arranging meetings and visits to institutions relevant to residents’ profiles;
– curatorial support during residencies;
– accommodation for two residents in Sopot during the April – June residency periods
– covering project implementation costs for two residents up to the amount of PLN 8,000 gross in the case of the September – November residencies
Dates of AiR Goyki 3 in 2022:
04.04 – 04.06.2022
05.09 – 05.11.2021
The applications should include:
– AiR Goyki 3 application form – download here
– a brief outline of the project to be carried out in the course of the residency (maximum 500 words/one A4 sheet)
– a portfolio, an artist statement with up to 6 realised projects with technical description (maximum 3MB file size, PDF format obligatory)
– a resume with emphasis on the most recent projects and important awards
Deadline for applications: 29.10.2021, 12.00 CET
The residency duration is 2 months. Throughout the time, the residents are required to stay and undertake artistic activities in Sopot
Those granted the residency will be obliged to organise at least one open meeting related to their practice.
Full residency regulations available here
Description of the residency program
This unique residency will pair the unique resources of TYPA’s print museum and paper art studio with the academic research and pedagogical opportunities of Pallas University. Set in the city of Tartu, UNESCO’s Creative Cities of Literature 2019, and the upcoming European Capital of Culture 2024, the residency will provide artists with the time and space for new projects, work and research. The project seeks to promote an environment of reflection, community and play within an inspiring environment that supports innovative art practices.
Our 2022 continues to be fully integrated into the facilities and operation of the print museum and paper art studio. We are looking for artists to bring fresh perspectives and ways of working with print and paper. We are looking for both experienced printmakers and artists with their own practices, whether that be new media, sculpture, audio-artists, painters etc. We can offer a wide range of printmaking practices (letterpress, etching, relief, screenprinting and more), dark-room photography, bookbinding and support for the artist to develop their own projects. However, due to limited resources, we can only offer letterpress to artists already working in this field. We are particularly excited to receive applications for projects in experimental print, book arts, community collaborations and more.
We can offer a supported public outcome, whether this be a workshop, artist talk or exhibition. We are working with the local university, Pallas, local galleries, the Aparaaditehas cultural space and international organisations to connect TYPA artists with the creative community of Tartu.
Duration of residency:
January 2022 – December 2023
2 months minimum – 4 months maximum
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
We are looking for artists who wish to explore print, paper and bookmaking, and with a research or pedagogy background. Although they do not have to be professional printmakers, they should have some wish to develop a project using TYPA’s facilities.
We have a large collection of letterpress printing machines and type, as well as other forms of print equipment – such as an etching press, a pre-press camera and mimeographs.
An example of some of our equipment on offer can be found here.
We also have an equipped papermaking kitchen with a Hollander beater, various sized papermaking moulds and deckles. We have a shared studio, with ample space for larger projects, where artists can work alongside Estonian printmakers. Artists will have an introduction to the equipment needed for their project as well as access to the museum technical staff who can assist with any queries. We are particularly excited to receive applications for projects in experimental print, book arts, community collaborations and more.
Accommodation takes the form of a basic apartment in the centre of Tartu. The apartment contains a double bed, private bathroom and shower, a kitchen and desk space. The apartment is centrally located but have small bathrooms and are modestly decorated. Partners are welcome, however, the apartment is not large enough for a family. Pictures can be found here.
Studio / workspace
Artists will have full access to a large shared studio space, with a large table space, exposure unit, etching press, relief press, sink and use of shared equipment and inks.
Artists are free to use the museum equipment, bearing in mind that the museum is open for visitors from Wednesday to Sunday and machinery is required in certain museum demonstrations or workshops.
Fees and support
The fees for the residency are 350 Euros per month which includes:
accommodation, use of the studio and equipment, technical support, exhibition space and promotion.
Specialist equipment, tools etc. will have to be purchased by the artist, but please discuss with needs with us, and we can see what arrangements can be made.
We will be able to provide artists with any written support for funding.
Expectations towards the artist
Artists are expected to work in a respectful manner, taking responsibility of their own safety and the safety of those around them, and keeping shared working areas clean. Alongside the lectures at Pallas the artist will be expected to make one public outcome during their residency time; this can take the form of an artist talk, exhibition, open studio, workshop, etc. We also encourage the integration into Tartu’s creative community -through hosting artists dinners, tours and connecting artists to local events.Deadline: 09/30/2021How to Apply:
Please complete the application form – through our website, OR email applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
A 300-word proposal for your residency plan and an overview of your teaching plan
A completed application form
A current CV
A small portfolio or links to previous work/ website
16th of August – 30th September : Accepting applications
30th of October: Notification of accepted artistsContact Information:
email@example.comWeb Link: https://typa.ee/en/typa-residency/open-call/
All womyn artists are encouraged to apply with contemporary contributions working on subjects related to: Feminism, Resistance, Social Change, Anti-White Supremacy, Class Solidarity, Women’s Rights, Anti Authoritarianism. All media are accepted, including, live performance proposals, video, installations, poetry, sound work, non-traditional and traditional mediums.
Curated by María Adela Díaz and Audra Lucas
Submission Deadline: September 15 @11:59 PM
Show Dates: October 15 – 31
WAV Gallery, Ventura, CA 93001
Entry Fee: $35 for up to 3 piecesDeadline: 09/15/2021
Fee Detail: $35How to Apply:
Please email all requested information and digital materials to: firstname.lastname@example.org
with the subject line “EOTW – Your Name” To complete your entry and submit a non-refundable $35 submission fee using the button below.
Please send only ONE email that contains the following:
1. Images of your artwork (JPGs): Images should be 300dpi and at least 900 pixels wide or high. Please name the image files as follows: Title of Work, medium(s) used, dimensions, price.jpg. If selected, works need to be shipped or drop off at the WAV Gallery.
2. An Artist Statement & Bio (.doc file): Artist Statement should be written in the 1st person and no longer than 2 paragraphs related to your work and practice. Artist’s Bio should be in the 3rd person and no longer than 1 paragraph. Please do not send CVs or resumes.
3. Contact Information: Including Name, website, social media handles, email address, mailing address, and phone number.
Hardship fee waivers are available on a per case basis. If you would like to apply, please let us know your situation. If you have any questions or issues please email email@example.comContact Information:
firstname.lastname@example.org Web Link: https://endoftheworldafterparty.com/
We are happy to invite artists to participate in OPEN CALL of the 6th edition of the artist residency IN//BETWEEN.
In//Between is not just an exhibition. It is a collaborative project that brings together artists from different cultures and parts of the world. In//Between is about creating a space that does not belong to any one artist, culture, language, art form, or discipline. For four weeks, the six artists selected examine the ways they have previously seen and done things and look to what lies ahead: an open canvas, a blank role of film, a block of clay, an idea or vision that has not been thought of before. Throughout this residency, the artists collaborate to build a unique exhibition that showcases the nexus between cross-cultural dialogue, experience, and growth. They will create a space where diversity leads the way. Accepted artists must commit to attend all planning, preparing, gathering, and discussion evenings. The work for this exhibition must be created between the initial group meeting and the opening of the exhibition. Previously created works will not be accepted.
Green Hill Gallery (Berlin, Germany) will be available as a studio space for all In//Between artists from October 11 through November 5, 2021. The vernissage will occur on November 5, 2021.
Who should apply?
This program is suited for any artists who will be in Berlin during the entire period of the residency from October through November 2021 and are willing and open to discussions, feedback, and working in a group context. The program supports emerging and established artists working with any medium. Applicants must exhibit foundational skills in creating and exhibiting art through their portfolio submissions.
Because of travel restrictions due to the pandemic, we only accept applications from who is already in EU.
What do you get?
• Weekly personal studio visits from the residency coordinator for coaching and feedback
• Weekly teaching on current art topics/theory by the residency coordinator and other local artists
• Bi-Weekly led outings to studios and exhibitions in Berlin
• Mentoring from previous participants of IN//Between
• Weekly organized lunches
• Residency program housed in a large diverse cultural center
• Community through the cultural center that runs the gallery and residency program
• Studio space to work in as well as a workshop room and community space
• Located in Friedrichshain, central Berlin – a district known for it creativity and diversity
• Collaborative show which will be on exhibition in Green Hill Gallery for 2 months
Fees & Funding Exceptions:
Application fee: 20 Euro
Selected individuals will be awarded residencies with the understanding that they will apply to their institutions for development grants or to other funders to sponsor their program participation, travel, living, and materials expenses. The IN//Between Residency Program fee for the four weeks has been reduced to 500 Euros, due to the Corona Pandemic. This fee does not include travel, accommodations, or materials.
There is limited scholarship money available for the IN//BETWEEN residency. If interested in applying for scholarship funds, please write to us.
To protect the participants, we apply the 3G rule (only those that are vaccinated, recovered, or tested (2 times a week) – geimpft, genesen, getestet – can participate), we collect the data for contact tracing and follow the general hygiene rules.Deadline: 09/15/2021
Fee Detail: 20.00 EuroHow to Apply:
Please fill out the application form here. Attach a copy of your CV and either a copy of your portfolio or a link to your website. In addition, please answer the questions regarding your interest and experiences with residencies, as well as how you are hoping to develop and grow if selected to be part of this program.
Application Deadline: 15.09.2021
Applications Notified: 26.09.2021Contact Information:
If you have questions regarding to the application process or Residency Program please contact us: email@example.comWeb Link: http://www.kulturschoepfer.de/residencies
This 3-week self-directed Indigenous Arts residency will invite writers to engage in an active writing program, both in their community and on the Banff Centre campus. Online gatherings during the community phase will be scheduled to bring everyone together to connect and share.
Participants will be able to choose to participate either online from their community or on campus for the first two weeks. The final week will see all participants meeting on campus to share readings and have deeper discussions of their process. Faculty will engage all writers throughout their time, as needed and scheduled, while this space allows for writers to put the time aside in their own capacity but still engage in their writing practice.
What Does the Program Offer?
This residency offers writers a combination of lectures from faculty, open social spaces to connect, open spaces to review and provide feedback to each other’s work, faculty office hours and readings. Writers will deepen their artistry and technical application with literary mentorship from faculty of various writing genres, create peer relationships and expand their professional networks, and have the opportunity for possible collaborations following their time at Banff Centre.
Who Should Apply?
This program welcomes Indigenous writers from across Canada.
Please note: As we re-open campus and welcome artists back to programming in a safe and mindful way, we have made the difficult decision to restrict recruitment for on-campus programs to those currently residing in Canada. We continue to monitor the situation closely and look forward to the future relaxation of travel measures that will allow us to welcome international artists once again.
Program Fee: *$4 046.29
Program Fee with Financial Aid: $0.00
Application fee: $25
Please note that as of September 1, our application fee will revert to the pre-pandemic level of $65 ($35 for applicants who identify as Indigenous). All applications received on or before August 31 will be charged at $25.
*Financial Aid of 100% is available for this program.
Please note that fees listed apply to three week in-person program. Fees will vary according to arrival date selected.
If you would like to be considered, please complete the Financial Aid section when uploading your supporting materials to SlideRoom.
Please note: Banff Centre will issue official tax receipts for eligible tuition fees and financial assistance and awards as required by the Income Tax Act. You will receive a T2202 (Tuition and Enrolment Certificate) for eligible tuition fees paid and a T4A (Statement of Pension, Retirement, Annuity, and Other Income) for applicable financial assistance and awards.
Dance Place’s Artist In Residence (AIR) Program provides multi-year support to emerging and mid-career movement artists. Specifically designed for DMV-area creators, the AIR Program is part of a larger curatorial vision for Dance Place that supports artists at all stages of their careers and at every stage of the creative process. With an individually tailored approach for each artist in the Program, Dance Place aims to increase support for early- to mid-career artists in direct response to the DC dance community we serve and are situated within.
By actively elevating the visibility of our AIRs work to a wide array of audiences, supporters, and presenters, the program provides strategic, artistic, and business development support including rehearsal space, feedback, professional opportunities, and presentations. Specifically designed for DMV area creators, the AIR Program is part of a larger curatorial vision for Dance Place that supports artists at all stages of their careers and at every stage of the creative process.
We’re so proud to announce our 2020-2022 AIRs, Tariq Darrell O’Meally and Britta Joy Peterson. The 2020-2022 AIR program is Dance Place’s second biannual program committed to supporting two Washington, DC-area based artists or companies over the course of two years through presentation opportunities, direct financial support, rehearsal space grants, consultation, and more.
Our inaugural Artists in Residence, SOLE Defined and Heart Stück Bernie. These artists exemplify our continued advocacy for local trailblazers who are at a pivotal stage of their artistic trajectories. With an individually tailored approach for each artist in the Program, Dance Place aims to increase support for early- to -mid-career artists in direct response to the DC dance community we serve and are situated within.
Created in 2007, the Tough Art artist residency is one of the Children’s Museum’s longest-running and most rewarding programs.
The program connects artists from across the spectrum of all the arts to the resources and visitors at the Children’s Museum. Selected artists generate and implement interactive, immersive and/or collaborative projects and connect the art-making process to the larger museum context and the museum visitor. Artists are tasked to make a direct impact on the visitor experience by creating an entirely new piece to be displayed in the Museum. Throughout the residency, artists prototype and evaluate their process to achieve the desired outcome.
Each year it is a pleasure to work with artists and see what they create. We believe the magic of the Tough Art residency comes from the on-the-floor prototyping, where children interact with the art.
COVID-19 forced us to re-evaluate the timing of the next Tough Art residency, and create the Tough Art @ Home for 2020. You can see these works below.
We are focused on restarting the Tough Art residency program in 2021, as we resume in-person activity at the Children’s Museum.
Thank you to all of the artists who have applied for the residency for your patience. Due to the length of the Museum’s closure, we have asked all interested artists to reapply to express their interest when the residency returns. We will let you know when the Tough Artist application window reopens, and strongly encourage you to reapply at that time.
We take great pride in supporting artists by hosting residencies, staging exhibitions, and commissioning site-specific artworks, and we look forward to the time when we can safely restart these programs.
We will continue to explore virtual residency projects as we cultivate the best ways to connect artists and their work to our audience.
The Romanian Association of Contemporary Art (ARAC) in Bucharest, Romania is offering a residency opportunity for an artist to freely develop artworks for an exhibition in Bucharest.
ARAC Art & Residency aims to introduce international artists and curators to the Romanian cultural environment. During its two-year programme starting in 2020, the project will feature artistic residencies, exhibitions, video & performance focused events and talks.
The themes of this year’s residency and of the programme at large, are focused on climate change, migration and technology development. Applicants are invited to make project proposals on one of the three main themes. For more details about the program and this year’s focus, please email the organizers at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1 fully funded artistic residency, 6 weeks in Bucharest
October – November, 2021
Deadline for application:
31st August, 2021
The residency is opened to artists of any age, sex, race or nationality, working in any medium of contemporary art. The artistic director Anca Poterasu and curator Cristina Stoenescu will review the applications and select the successful candidates in one session.The successful candidate is expected to reside and work in Bucharest for six weeks. At the end of the artistic residency period, the artist is expected to show the works produced during the residency in an exhibition at Anca Poterasu Gallery with the newly produced works, and to present the project in an Insomnia Night event.
- The artistic residency will take place October – November, 2021. (Final dates will be set together with the successful candidate)
- The resulting exhibition will open in November 2021. (Final dates will be set together with the successful candidate)
- The applicants should be able to speak English fluently and should be flexible in interacting and engaging in conversation with the local art community and the ARAC team.
How to apply:
In order to apply for the ARAC ART & RESIDENCY, candidates should provide the following documents in English:
- updated resume/ CV
- comprehensive portfolio (A4, PDF format, not more than 10 Mb; video works or documentation in AVI, WMV or QuickTime format should be up to 500mb in total). Please provide a link to download using free transfer services like Dropbox.com or Wetransfer.com .
- project-proposal for the six-week residency period in Romania
All materials should be sent to: email@example.com
The deadline for the application is:
August, 31st 2021, hours 24.00. No entry submitted after this date will be considered.
The successful applicants will be announced by September, 10th, 2021 the latest.
For inquiries regarding the program, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Forms of support:
The residency will take place in Bucharest, at the ARAC residency, situated on 58 Plantelor Street. The residency space is located on the premises of a 19th century inn, near the Bucharest Old City Centre and in 5 minutes walking distance to Anca Poterasu Gallery. The local spirit has been kept alive in this vibrant neighbourhood, where one can experience the many layers and parallel histories of Bucharest. The team members and staff of ARAC will closely assist and work together with the selected applicant all throughout the residency period.
Based on a contract, the organizer will cover:
- Private accommodation in a 25m2 furnished room, with wifi, private bathroom and kitchen space.
- A personal stipend of approximately 1900 euro (9350 RON) for living expenses and travel, meaning that the 2-way airfare from city of origin to Bucharest is included in this fee.
- Art production expenses for new works and the set-up of the final exhibition.
The travel insurance and medical insurance are not included. They are part of the responsibility of the selected candidate.
In the framework of this residency program, we are looking for projects where food grows to become one the media of contemporary art. We are particularly interested in concepts where the kitchen is conceived as common ground for a better understanding, where foodstuffs count as political, historical, and cultural beings. We would like to provide a space to projects examining the social dimension of food and which would consider working with Prague’s art scene, our international community of residents, and – last but not least – MeetFactory employees.
MeetFactory is a non-profit international centre for contemporary art. Our mission is to foster a dialogue between individual genres and make current developments on the art scene accessible to the broadest public. We support original projects in the fields of visual art, theatre, and music, as well as interdisciplinary and experimental platforms. We aim to create a space in which art is alive and artists are present, enhancing a direct exchange between international artists and visitors, as well as between different fields and generations.
From a seasonal trend in exhibition-making to yet another sub-medium in contemporary art, food is becoming an increasingly important element of today’s art practice. Over the course of the preceding decade, one can follow the appropriation of foodstuffs by a broad spectrum of artists developing community-based and socially engaged projects. It can be seen as another path to recognising identity politics or dealing with post-colonial topics. Since our residency programme is mainly oriented towards building relationships between the Prague art scene (art audiences and residents), we would like to use a food-oriented art practice as a platform for connection and mutual understanding. Let’s have a bite!
What we provide:
– accommodation in a shared apartment
– studio space
– a fee of 700 euros (gross) per month
– a production budget of 200 euros
– further production budget related to the project
Make sure you are able to spend at least 80% of your residency time here in Prague.
Interested applicants must send following information in English:
– a short description of the project you’d like to work on – up to 1000 characters
– your portfolio
– information about when you’d prefer to come
1st of March – 31st of May 2022
1st of June – 31st of August 2022
Application deadline: August 15th 2021
Selection results will be announced on the 5th of September 2021 at the latest.
Committee: MeetFactory Artists In Residence teamDeadline: 08/15/2021
Sarabande Studios are more than just a studio space. They are a place of community and collaboration where the unique vision of each artist is supported.
The studios range from 50sq. ft to 170 sq ft and are priced at £1 per sq. ft per month. The cost includes all utilities, use of communal spaces & equipment, free professional services, bespoke mentoring and free access to all events at the foundation.
HOW TO APPLY FOR A STUDIO
Applications for the studio programme 2021 are now open. The closing date for applications is 30th July 2021 at midnight. Please complete the form below to apply.
Sarabande awards scholarships to students studying the MA & BA Fashion Design at Central Saint Martins and the MFA at Slade School of Fine Art. Students are shortlisted by the University for interview by the Sarabande panel, led by an industry professional. To date, these have included Sarabande Patrons Nick Knight OBE, Andrew Bolton and Shaun Leane as well as Marina Abramović, Iris van Herpen, Sarah Burton OBE, Jake Chapman, Matthew Slotover and Katy England.
HOW TO APPLY FOR A SCHOLARSHIP
Students interested in learning about the program should contact their course leader directly for all information on how to apply. Sarabande is not able to consider applications made directly to the foundation, or for courses that are not listed above.