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Virtual360 Konnect is a new virtual residency series and online capacity building programme to support cultural exchange amongst emerging artists and cultural practitioners across all arts disciplines from the ASEAN region and the Republic of Korea. Online residencies will run 28 September – 30 October 2020. Proposals can be submitted as a pair or as an individual. The organisers will prioritise proposals from pairs including one national from ASEAN and one from Korea. Deadline: 5 September 2020.
Chemnitz European Capital of Culture > AIR Modernism Residency for Artists from Wroclaw, Chemnitz and Tbilisi (Poland)
AIR Modernism is an international artist residency project that seeks to network Polish, German and Georgian arts and cultural institutions and professionals. The residency itself is dedicated to those working in visual arts/design/architecture/science. It will take place in Wrocław (Poland), 15 September – 15 October 2020. Applications are invited from artists living, born, studying or creating in Wroclaw, Chemnitz, or Tbilisi. Deadline: 20 August 2020.
The Stay Home Artist Residency will provide opportunities for 24 cultural practitioners to be supported while safely remaining in their studios/work-spaces. Residencies will run on a staggered basis from September through December 2020. The support offered by the Stay Home Residency grant is targeted specifically at cultural practitioners without a permanent work affiliation, or whose main or sole source of income is from their creative/artistic output. Applicants must be nationals of a Caribbean country and/or be based full-time in the Caribbean region. Deadline: 21 August 2020.
In 2020 and 2021, the Goethe-Institut will implement the large-scale project ‘Generation A=Algorithm’, in which technical developments in the field of artificial intelligence will be highlighted and at the same time critically reflected upon. As part of the project, thirteen residencies in eleven European countries for young artists from Europe are being announced for the period from November 2020 to August 2021. Young visual artists under 30 years of age, living in EU countries or Great Britain, are eligible to apply. Deadline: 15 September 2020.
In partnership with Kunsthalle Praha, Delfina Foundation is offering a three-week London residency to a curator from Central and Eastern Europe in winter 2021 (22 February – 12 March 2021). This period coincides with a residency of a selected Czech curator, also supported by Kunsthalle Praha. Applicants must be a citizen, or long-term resident, living and working in one of the following countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Ukraine. Deadline: 1 September 2020.
veículoSUR is a residency that travels internationally and serves the purpose of artistic networking.The residency schedule will see participants visit six countries in the period May – June 2021 and September – November 2021. The open call is aimed at artists and cultural practitioners based in Uruguay (nationwide), Chile (nationwide), Brazil (São Paulo/Estado), France (nationwide), Germany (Munich) and Finland (nationwide). Deadline (extended): 16 August 2020.
LINZ FMR – Art in Digital Contexts and Public Spaces is a biennial festival and platform for artistic processes and positions which reflects the ephemeral nature of our digital and connected present. LINZ FM[Ai]R 21 invites artists or art collectives to spend one month (either February or March 2021) creating a new work, or further developing an existing project. This will then be presented within the framework of the festival (June 2021) in the form of a group exhibition, performance, or other mode of presentation, and complemented by discursive formats. Applications are open internationally. Deadline: 30 August 2020.
Gommalacca Teatro in Italy are making their travelling art space / art piece 'the Nave' available as a place of artistic residence and experimentation. The planned residency will last 2 weeks, 14-27 September 2020. Residents will have a chance to work on their own project as well as collaborate with Gommalacca, and perhaps forge long-term connections with the group. The call is open to artists (theatre, music, dance, visual arts) cultural operators, and collectives who have a project to work on. Deadline: 25 August 2020.
Camargo Foundation's Core Programme awards 18 international fellowships in the Arts and Humanities, supporting research and experimentation that challenge the borders of academic and artistic inquiry while promoting cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural exchange. The Camargo Foundation prizes diversity and welcomes applicants from all countries and nationalities, representing a broad range of creative thought and practice. Three main categories are available (scholars, thinkers and artists) and several subcategories for artists’ applications. Residencies span 6 to 11 weeks, with dates available in autumn 2021 and spring 2022. Deadline: 1 October 2020.
TaDA – Textile and Design Alliance is a cultural promotion programme. Its goal is to promote artistic dialogue with the eastern Swiss textile and design culture and thus strengthen regional identity. Each year, TaDA offers a work stay in Switzerland to six to eight national and international personalities. The residents develop innovative projects in the fields of art, design, architecture, literature, the performing arts or in transdisciplinary contexts. The upcoming residency periods are April to June 2021 and September to November 2021. Deadline: 4 October 2020.
AIR – Artist in Residence Niederösterreich offers living and working spaces for architects, visual artists, musicians and writers in Krems an der Donau, Austria for a period of one to three months. The basic prerequisite for funding is a degree in a field of art (university level). If the applicant does not have a university degree, proof of equivalent ability must be provided through his or her artistic career. Austrian artists and artists residing in Austria are not eligible to apply. Deadline: 31 August 2020.
Working in cooperation with VIENNA ART WEEK, studio das weisse haus have announced a three-week stay for an aspiring author as part of their Critic in Residence programme. This call for entries is solely addressed to authors based in neighbouring countries (Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, Lichtenstein, Switzerland) with excellent German and/or English skills. Applicants may work as authors and journalists or as curators and theorists with a strong focus on contemporary art. The residency will run 30 October – 21 November 2020. Deadline: 18 August 2020.
The CROSS Award aims to promote investigation and artistic expressions related to the combination of different styles and genres, with a particular focus on multi-language practices and the mixing of techniques and codes. 5 projects will be selected for a 15-day residence in Verbania, Italy (taking place from January 2021). The call is open to individual artists, professionals and companies. Projects must be previously unrealised works that can be developed during the residency. Deadline: 15 September 2020.
Fondation Thalie (based in Ixelles, Belgium) has opened applications for a 2021 research residency for visual arts and creative writing. The programme is open to visual artists, authors, poets, videographers, or performers, living outside Belgium. Residencies last one month and take place in the period February-June 2021. This open call is for artists (already represented by a gallery) and writers (having already been published) without limits on age or nationality. Deadline: 15 October 2020.
JamFactory’s FUSE Glass Artist Residency aims to create significant opportunities for established, mid-career artists working in glass. The residency will run for up to 4 weeks at JamFactory in Adelaide between March and August 2021. Applicants must be permanent residents or citizens of Australia or New Zealand and must have a demonstrated professional practice as an artist working with glass of at least 8 years. Deadline: 11 September 2020.