Künstlerhaus Lukas in Ahrenshoop invites artists to take part in a fully funded art residency in Germany. For this edition Künstlerhaus Lukas will select 60 artists.
About the program:
From the 15th of May 2023 onwards, the Künstlerhaus Lukas once more invites artists working in the range of fine arts (painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography, artists’ books, video, artisan craftwork/design), literature (prose, poetry, drama, screenplay, essay, literary translations), dance (choreography, performance) and music (composition), as well as curators, to apply for a residence scholarship for 2024 and 2025.
Applications are open to artists of any age residing in Germany or any other country bordering the Baltic Sea (Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark) as well as Norway, Iceland and the UK.
In total, up to 60 scholarships will be awarded for 2024 and 2025, including one-month residency scholarships, two-month curator scholarships and two-week workshops. The more than 120-year old artists’ house in Ahrenshoop, a place rich in tradition, is listed as a cultural heritage and located in a stunning scenery. It provides excellent working and living conditions for up to six artists in residence at a time. Selected exchange partners in Sweden, Iceland, Norway, Denmark and the Russian Federation complete the international scholarship program.
Each scholarship-holder at Künstlerhaus Lukas will be awarded 1000 € per month, which includes travel costs. Free accommodation will be provided. The scholarships will be awarded by an independent jury who will announce their decisions by the end of September 2023.
Provider: Künstlerhaus Lukas in Ahrenshoop,
Germany, Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Russia, Finland, Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Iceland and the UK.
fine arts (painting, sculpture, graphic arts, photography, artists’ books, video, artisan craftwork/design), literature (prose, poetry, drama, screenplay, essay, literary translations), dance (choreography, performance) and music (composition)
Benefits: 1000 € per month, which includes travel costs. Free accommodation will be provided.
Number of awards: 60 art scholarships.
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The ZKM | Center for Art and Media Karlsruhe, the High Performance Computing Center Stuttgart (HLRS) and the Media Solution Center Baden-Württemberg offer a grant for a remote art residency in Stuttgart, Germany.
The art grant supports
International media artists.
Number of awards
Amount of the grant
a total grant of 4.000€ +extra 2000 € as a stipend
Duration of the art residency
The art residency supports media artists and scientists.