Open call for autumn 2017 Artists in Residence at Tadeusz Kantor House (Poland)

Tadeusz Kantor Foundation and Adam Mickiewicz Institute have an open call for artists for an autumn Artists in Residence programme in Tadeusz Kantor House in Hucisko.

The residency programme is centered around a stay at Tadeusz Kantor house, located in a countryside area near the city of Kraków, in Poland. The house is a unique place created and designed by the artist himself in the early 1980s and deeply rooted in his aesthetics. Now, after the artist’s death, it servers both as a memorial and a place for artistic creation.

The organisers are inviting artists of different fields to work on their projects in the House, using the occasion for focused and uninterrupted work. The residency in Kantor house in Hucisko shall be a time for the artists to develop their work, get inspired and realise ideas.

The application is open for international artists of all fields, but the main focus of the programme is the visual and performance art. The application is open also for researchers, writers and curators.

Residency Format

The residency in project-focused. We accept both new projects and projects already under development, on different stages of the process.

The subject of the projects is not limited to the issues rooted in Tadeusz Kantor’s work.

At the end of the residency, proposed project should be presented in Hucisko – either finished or work in progress, in an open event.


  • full travel costs coverage

  • honorary (ca. 600€)

  • accommodation in Kantor’s house in Hucisko

  • perdiems

  • production budget (ca. 500€)

Deadline: 16 September 2017

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