Space Between supports international and local graduate students, emerging and established artists, designers, creative’s and curator’s with an affordable residency program located in Woodstock, Cape Town launching in 2015.
For the tenth edition of ‘DE SOKKEL’ Middelheim Museum collaborates with AIR Antwerpen. The museum and the residency offer an unique opportunity for an international visual artist to work on a site specific art project during a residency of four months in Antwerp, Belgium.
Kooshk residency is a non-political cultural and artistic space in Tehran. Kooshk, with sponsorship of private section tries to provide a convenient space for artists, curators, researchers, writers and filmmakers to encourage inter-cultural dialogues and art creation.
Floating Reverie is a digital art residency program which provides a platform for arts to explore process, research and concepts through a digital medium and specific process. Floating Reverie has hosted eleven individual artists and two collectives to date, with two of the artists using the networked platform to collaborate actively. The residency, through the participating artists, has come to reiterate the scope and potential of networked media for an integrated and innovative networked creativity.
Creating "Global Kamiyama" is the main purpose behind the KAIR Project. Their hope is that the artists will produce works full of originality, influenced by the experience of spending time amidst the timeless nature of Kamiyama, deep in the Japanese countryside, and inspiration from interacting with the local people.
221A is a non-profit artist-run centre that presents exhibitions, talks, publications and special projects that explore the role of design in the shaping of contemporary societies. 221A is seeking proposals from practicing artists, designers, architects, academics and/or curators, including curatorial collectives, for the 2015-16 Curatorial Residency Program.
The Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten (Amsterdam, NL) is an international residency program which provides time and space for research, experiment and production. We offer outstanding opportunities to emerging professional artists from both The Netherlands and abroad, to develop their work and ideas at the highest level.
Hvítahús is a new residency program for artists and an art gallery. It's located just next to the Snæfellsnesþjóðgarður national park. Hvítahús is the only remaining building from the old Krossavik harbor, surrounded by astonishing landscapes, special sea biosphere and bird life.
Access Gallery invites submissions for its new Travelling Artist Residency Program, in partnership with Burrard Arts Foundation and with Contraste agence d’art, titled Twenty-Three Days at Sea. Unlike traditional residencies, which offer artists accommodation at a stationary site for a designated period with the aim of producing a new body of work, Twenty-Three Days at Sea is utterly unique: it will offer selected artists passage aboard a cargo ship sailing from Vancouver, Canada to Shanghai, China. Crossing the Pacific Ocean takes approximately twenty-three days, during which time the artist will be considered “in residence” aboard the vessel. The inaugural two residents will be sent to sea in August and September 2015.
In collaboration with its liaison offices, Pro Helvetia supports residencies in India, China and South Africa.
On the theme “FANTASTIC, MAGIC, WONDERFUL BEPPU!”, we are inviting artists to create large-scale outdoor artworks on the walls of Beppu. Beppu, located on Kyushu Island in Japan, is a curious city and possesses many facets. Beppu is the second largest thermal city in the world.
The 2nd annual SONIC MMABOLELA international workshop/residency at Mmabolela Reserve, Limpopo, South Africa now has available a fully paid grant for a Southern African sound artists / composer / field recordist to attend. This is made possible with the support of Pro Helvetia, The Swiss Arts Council and The Swiss Agency for Development and Co-operation.
Arts Collaboratory and the Ministry of Culture of Colombia are cooperating to offer 2 artists, curators or researchers related to Arts Collaboratory institutions in Africa, Asia or Middle East the opportunity to develop a project in a residency in Colombia. The project should focus on art and its potential for social change.
The Artist in Residence Program forms part of Arts Collaboratory’s focus on knowledge sharing and innovative approaches to understanding the role of art and culture as an agent of social change. The selected projects along with the other projects developed in the network of Arts Collaboratory contribute to instituting new artistic approaches to society.
The Van Eyck invites artists, designers, photographers, architects, curators, writers, and thinkers to apply for a work period at the Jan van Eyck Academie for 4 up to 12 months. Participants are given the time and space that is needed to develop their talents, to discover as yet unexplored perspectives and delve into deeper layers of themselves.
For the fifteenth time, Akademie Schloss Solitude is granting approx. 70 residency fellowships of three to twelve months in duration. More than 1.200 artists from more than 100 countries have developed and advanced projects at the Akademie since its opening in 1990, creating a close-knit, global network of Solitude alumni that expands from year to year.
THE RAGHURAJPUR INTERNATIONAL ART/CULTURE EXCHANGE (RIA/CE) is an opportunity for contemporary, conceptual and craft artists to live, learn, and exchange ideas and skills with the master craftspeople of Orissa, India.
Located at the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, the residency is a collaboration between the WOLO Bukit Bintang Hotel and the renowned art gallery, Wei-Ling Gallery.
SADC Research Residencies | Pro Helvetia now supporting research residencies within SADC.
Flaggfabrikken – Center for Contemporary Art is offering the opportunity to undertake a one month residency for four artists in Bergen, Norway. With the financial support from the municipality of Bergen we will offer each artist: a studio, accommodation, paid travel expenses (Maximum 5000 NOK) and a daily allowance of 200 NOK/day during the artist’s stay.