The Ionion Center for the Arts &Culture proudly if offering art residencies and art grants for international artists.
Projects of innovation are encouraged through the paths of Higher Education, Arts, Sciences , Research.
Higher Education Institutions, Artists, Scientists, Researchers with personal or group projects are encouraged to participate by submitting proposals: Master classes, thematic workshops, study abroad programs, field studies, summer schools, exhibitions, presentations, festivals, conferences.(Exhibition halls, educational and conference venues are available. All the academic programs will be grant’s connected).
Deadline: 31 Dec 2022
OPEN INTERNATIONAL PROGRAMS 2022
1▪ SEA(S)INFINITES /SEA(S)ARTS International 2022
2▪ Sustainable Horizons & Toxic Environments
3▪ TIMELESS LIGHT Open to Sciences, Arts, Technology and Philosophy
4▪ Working for the Community
5▪ Exploration, Research and Art Performances based on the Ancient, Byzantine,Meta-Byzantine and Medieval Kefalonian Monuments
6▪ Academic Research, Arts and Educational processes: Geology, Anthropology,Paleoanthropology
7▪ Sea Sports Exploration & Sea Environment Research
8▪ Global Musician
8▪ Literature and Poetry
9▪ Ancient Greek Philosophy
GLOBAL CHALLENGES & TOPICS
• Economic, geopolitical, social transformations, migration, fast changing multicultural societies, high demands of industry and work rights, arts and design in production and markets, social involvement.
• Sciences and Arts in conjunction with advanced technologies, social consciousness, past, present and future.
• Climate change, toxic environments, continents, seas, oceans, sustainable planet.
Our Academic Team will be pleased to support the projects offering professional space for creation, academic connectivity and intercultural understanding. Submissions are open.
The grants-awards policy of the Ionion Center for the Arts and Culture is based on the value, innovation, international focus, and long-term impact of the projects.
Grants connected to the residency program: Starting from 1000 up to 20.000euro per year, open to submissions.
Grants connected to the SEA(S) FORUM: Starting from 2000 up to 20.000euro per year, open to submissions.
Grants connected to academic research and innovation from 2000 up to 30.000euro per year, open to submissions.
APPLICATIONS,TERMS, CONDITIONS, FEES
FOR DETAILS PLEASE CONTACT : firstname.lastname@example.org
APPLICATIONS : http://goo.gl/forms/q2f8aD9uzk
APPLICATIONS BY EMAIL :email@example.com
Duration of residency
from 2 weeks to 3 months(for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
Accomodation options are depend on the application and personal needs (shared or personal room or apartment, private villa etc)(for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
Disciplines, work equipment and assistance
All disciplines are welcome
Theater and Exhibition Hall fully equipped with professional lighting, projection, sound systems are available as well technical, support upon request.(for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
Studios and class rooms equipped for education and art creation are available
Studio / Workspace
A variety of spaces is available depend on what the academic institution or the artists need .(for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
Fees and support
Depends on the type of the project (normal residency , master class, academic program or other)(for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
Expectations towards the artist
Depend on the specific project (for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
Every program has its specific details and artists are provided detailed info upon request after their application(for more info: https://resartis.org/listings/ionion-center-for-the-arts-and-culture/)
The Terra Foundation for American Art is dedicated to fostering exploration, understanding, and enjoyment of the visual arts of the United States for national and international audiences. Recognizing the importance of experiencing original works of art, the foundation provides opportunities for interaction and study, beginning with the presentation and growth of its own art collection in Chicago. To further cross-cultural dialogue on American art, the foundation supports and collaborates on innovative exhibitions, research, and educational programs. Implicit in such activities is the belief that art has the potential both to distinguish cultures and to unite them.
Grant & Fellowship Opportunities
At the Terra Foundation, we believe art has the potential both to distinguish cultures and to unite them. That’s why we’ve dedicated ourselves to fostering the exploration, understanding, and enjoyment of the visual arts of the United States for national and international audiences.
One of the ways we achieve this goal is by offering a wide range of grant and fellowship opportunities, including funding for exhibitions, fundings, fellowships.
For deadlines and applications please visit: www.terraamericanart.org
The Andy Rocchelli Grant is an international award promoted by CESURA in the name of its cofounder Andy Rocchelli, photojournalist killed in Ukraine in 2014. Andy was an irreplaceable firestarter, and to make sure that his values as a photographer and as a man can continue to burn, we have decided to establish a grant in his name.
The aim is to identify the best unpublished photographic dummy and award the winner with the production and publication of the book by Cesura Publish, in full freedom of expression, as Andy would have wanted.
The jury will meet in September 2021 to select a short list of finalists. In December 2021, the winning book will be announced.
The first edition of the grant is a project promoted and supported by Direzione Generale Creatività Contemporanea del Ministero per i beni e le attività culturali e per il turismo.
- 24th may 2021 — Grant presentation and application opening
- 1st september 2021 23.59 UTC+1 — Closing date for applications
- 24 september 2021 — Announcement of the finalists
- december 2021 — Winner announcement and photo book launch
– David Campany curator, writer, and managing director of Programs at the International Center of Photography, New York
– Tamara Corm senior director at Pace gallery, London
– Arianna Arcara cofounder of CESURA, photographer and co-art director at Cesura Publish
– Lucia Rocchelli honorary jury member, architect
*a fifth judge will be announced soon
– Alex Majoli president of the jury, photographer, Magnum photos member, cofounder of CESURA and co-art director at Cesura Publish
IN MEMORY OF ANDY
Andy Rocchelli was an Italian photojournalist, member and founder of Cesura.
He worked as a photojournalist for eight years, documenting Eastern Europe, the Arab Spring in Libya and Tunisia, human rights violations in Kyrgyzstan and Ingushetia, in Italy he worked on the phenomenon of velinism and the relationship between migrants and organized crime. At the time of his death, near the city of Sloviansk in Ukraine on May 24, 2014, he was documenting the conditions of civilians trapped in the Donbass conflict. Russian Interiors, his photography book, was published posthumously by Cesura Publish.
Andy was an example of integrity and fairness: in his work he was driven by great passion and constant determination, he lived it in a physical and intuitive way. His values are still one of the pillars of our group today. He had the ability to see great potential in the small things, and to make more with less.
Printed editorial production was a fundamental step in his research, as a means of disseminating and completing his work.
Andy was an irreplaceable fire-starter and to make sure that his values as a photographer and as a man can continue to burn, we at Cesura Group wanted to establish a Grant in his name. The aim is to give space to a new editorial project and to allow an author or a new talent to create a photographic book in full freedom of expression, as Andy would have wanted.Prizes Details:
The best project selected will be published in the form of a photographic book by Cesura Publish, to which 90% of the profits from the sales of the book will go. The author is entitled to 15 free copies and a 10% royalty.
With its grant programme, the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg (Arts Foundation Baden-Württemberg) provides targeted support to young talents from the visual and performing arts, literature, music, art criticism, and cultural management, whose permanent residence or focus of work is in Baden-Württemberg, or who have spent a significant part of their life in Baden-Württemberg, which has been decisive for their artistic work.
The provision of financial support is intended to enable young creative talents to conduct ‘basic research into the arts’ and to further develop their work. The purpose of the Foundation is to provide ‘start capital’ to young artists and cultural producers during the often difficult, initial phases of their careers by offering them financial flexibility and introducing them to a broader public audience through publications, exhibitions, and events.
The grant of up to 12,000 Euros is not a residency grant – grantees are therefore not restricted in their choice of where to live and produce work. In addition, current and former grantees have the option of using the Foundation’s studios in Berlin and Stuttgart.
The Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg is committed to adapting its grant program to changes in artistic modes of production and to developing the grants further in order to better support specific professional fields. The grant for new music formats was introduced in 2012 in order to give emerging artists the opportunity to apply not only in the categories of classical, jazz, and composition but also pop, rock, experimental and computer-generated music.
In addition to supporting art production, the Foundation is also especially interested in promoting its creative environment. The grant for cultural management and the grant for art criticism are examples of how this vision has been successfully implemented.
The grants are awarded annually to approximately twenty applicants, each of whom are selected by a professional jury.