All posts tagged: Residencies

Open call – Deep Time

Deep Time, Cumbria, UK residency programme 2022 The PLACE Collective (founded by somewhere-nowhere) will be working with the Deep Time programme, Copeland Borough Council and the University of Cumbria, to support three artists in residence and to connect them with researchers at the Centre for National Parks and Protected areas for their period of residency. The deadline for applications is 8 May 2022. Read more

Research Residency – Alice Pedroletti

ZK/U Berlin, Germany from 29.01.21 Alice Pedroletti has been selected as Artist Fellow with ZK/U Berlin. The project is supported by the Directorate-General for Contemporary Creativity by the Italian Ministry of Cultural Heritage and Activities and Tourism under the Italian Council program (2020). “In ‘The city, the island’ I approach the relationship between Urban Island and Natural Island. ZK/U is located in the Moabit district, historically considered an island as it is surrounded by waterways. This characteristic makes it a unique place: an island within an island, a possible free zone where art experiments and hypothesises solutions for the future, remaining ideally-protected, but also critically excluded from the water itself. Place of exchange and relations, a passageway for artists and researchers, ZK/U is a utopian atrium of Berlin’s city. Before that, it’s also the entrance to an island that does not exist. This imaginative, territorial and political condition pushes me to imagine not only artworks for specific places – the atriums – but projects for specific territorial or emotional needs that go beyond architecture.” ZK/U …

Residency – Rabbit Island 2021

Rabbit Island, USA applications close 14.03.21 [11:59pm EST] We are excited to announce our Call for Applications for the 2021 Rabbit Island Residency Program. We anticipate awarding three residencies that will take place between mid-June and late-September this year. With the support of a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts and continued contributions from donors, we are offering the following to successful applicants: $3200 (USD) award, live and work on Rabbit Island for ~3 week period, featured in the annual Rabbit Island publication. Read more

Open call – Encura V

Hangar Barcelona, Spain residency programme 2021 Hangar, Visual Arts Research and Production Centre and La Casa Encendida, in association with Hablarenarte, launch an open call for Spanish or overseas curators and researchers currently living in Spain to apply for a fully funded three-month curatorial research residency between Barcelona and Madrid, running from January to March 2021. The deadline for applications is 8 December 2020, at 23:59 (GMT+1) Read more

Open call – Collide Residency Award

CERN, Switzerland, with Hangar Barcelona, Spain residency programme 2021 Arts at CERN launches an international call for Collide, its flagship programme consisting of a fully-funded residency award of up to three months divided between CERN and the city of Barcelona. For its second edition, Arts at CERN and Barcelona are joining forces again, as part of the on-going collaboration between CERN, the Institut de Cultura de Barcelona and Barcelona City Council. The deadline for applications is 7 December 2020. Read more

Residency – Climate Art: A Vanished Sea

Bridgepoint Rye, East Sussex, UK new residency programme 2021 Climate Art and Bridgepoint Rye, in collaboration with Sussex Wildlife Trust, are delighted to announce a call for applications from artists, creative practitioners, and environmental researchers to work on a site-responsive project during a three-month residency at Bridgepoint Creative Centre in Rye, East Sussex. The residency will take place in January – March 2021. The deadline for applications is 8 November 2020 at 23:59. Read more

Nau Côclea – Walter Benjamin Art Grant 2020

Nau Côclea Walter Benjamin Art Grant 2020 Clara Garí of the Contemporary Art Center Nau Côclea organises again the guided route from Banyuls to Portbou. This route is included in the ‘Walter Benjamin International Colloquium’ organized by the ‘Walter Benjamin Memory and Exile Chair of the University of Girona’, the ‘Democratic Memorial Barcelona’ and the ‘Memorial Museum of The Exile La Jonquera’, Catalonia Spain. This path is walked every year with a different artist making a proposal specifically designed for the occasion in the spirit of Walking Art in all its versions and possibilities. Read more

Residency – Oatmeal Creek 2019

Oatmeal Creek, USA new residency programme 2019 After his time in San Antonio, Andrew Ranville will be heading 40 miles northwest of Austin to help establish a new residency program. The 250 acres of conserved land where native grasses are being replanted will become fertile ground for writers and poets. He has the honour of consulting on the project to help bring it into being, and will also be the first writer-in-residence. Read more

Research Residency – Luce Choules

Hangar, Barcelona, Spain 04.02.19 – 02.04.19 Luce Choules has been selected as the ‘Encura 3’ researcher in residence with Hangar Barcelona, Curators Network Spain and ARCO Madrid. She will be making a documentary film work ‘Itinerant Actions’ exploring environmental resistance through a fieldwork programme developed with Hangar, two resident artists, and cultural agents in Barcelona, Murcia and Madrid. In March 2019 as part of the ‘Paratext’ programme at Hangar, she will deliver a symposium highlighting fieldwork in arts practice (TSOEG), and the performance lecture ‘Estudio de Campo’. Hangar is a centre for art research and production, offering support to artists. Hangar’s mission is to support visual artists and creators during different phases of their art production processes as well as to contribute to the best development of their projects. In doing so, Hangar provides equipment, facilities, production assistance and a suitable context for experimentation and free knowledge transfer. The centre offers an array of services and a framework that allows for the research and development of art productions in their entirety, or partially. Hangar follows …

Residency – Rabbit Island 2019

Rabbit Island, USA applications close 15.02.19 [11:59pm EST] We are excited to announce our call for applications for the Rabbit Island Residency program and a new residency specifically for a choreographer and composer, created in collaboration with the Rozsa Center for Performing Arts. Approximately three to four supported residencies are awarded per summer period (mid-June until late-September). Accommodation is provided. Selected applicants will receive an unrestricted honorarium which they may use to facilitate research, cover travel expenses, materials, and more. Read more

Residency – Rabbit Island 2018

Rabbit Island, USA   applications close 28.01.18 Each year our residents receive funding to live and work on Rabbit Island amongst the forest, rocks, and wildlife; and the vast waters of Lake Superior that surround it. In addition to a generous honoraria, artists may be invited to participate in our annual exhibition, event series, and publication, presented in partnership with the DeVos Art Museum in Marquette, Michigan. Read more

Residency – Rabbit Island 2017

Rabbit Island, USA   applications close 14.10.16 Become part of the story that resonates far beyond the shores of one small island. We are looking for artists from all disciplines to immerse themselves in this unique, remote wilderness located in Lake Superior. Awarded residents receive a generous honoraria to cover travel, materials, and other expenses, as well as a catalogue publication and exhibition at the DeVos Art Museum in Marquette, Michigan. Read more

Residency – Rabbit Island 2016

Rabbit Island, USA   applications close 28.08.15 | 23:59 ET We are looking for several artists, writers, poets, architects, designers, composers, filmmakers, musicians, curators, or choreographers to join us next summer. Would you like to live and work on this remote wilderness, pushing your practice and contributing to new understandings of culture and environmental responsibility? If so, we would love to have you on the island. Read more