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With the support of Arts Tasmania, The Unconformity is providing an opportunity for Artists from all locations, stages of professional practice and working in any artform, to conduct a residency in Queenstown, in remote western Tasmania. The Unconformity Artist in Residence Program is designed to support Artists to conduct research, develop relationships and focus on their artwork or their practice in the provocative West Coast environment. Artists will be afforded flexibility around delivering a resolved outcome.The residencies are open to local, Tasmanian, Australian and International artists. Deadline: 15 March 2019.
Le service culturel de l’Ambassade de France en Nouvelle-Zélande et Colab de l’Auckland University of Technology lancent leur appel à candidatures pour la prochaine résidence Te Ataata 2019. Ce programme franco-néo-zélandais invite chaque année un.ne praticien.ne professionne.lel français.e des nouvelles technologies pour une résidence de 4 semaines au sein de l’excellent Colab de l’Auckland University of Technology. Date limite : 31 mars 2019.
The Goethe-Institut Brussels in collaboration with KIKK Festival, its Creative Hub & Fab Lab TRAKK and the cultural center Les Abattoirs de Bomel are awarding a grant for a residency project on ECOLOGICAL FUTURES. The residency program will take place in Namur from the 1st of June to the 1st of July 2019. The organisers are inviting two residents in total: one from Germany and one from Belgium. To be eligible you need to be resident in one of the 2 countries (for at least 2 years) or to have the country nationality. Deadline: 31 March 2019.
Espaço Alkantara is a historic building in Lisbon’s Santos neighbourhood, home to Alkantara since 2007. Through its residency programme, Alkantara supports research, experimentation, and creation in the performing arts. In 2019, they are pleased to announce a series of residencies that will be made available through a call for proposals. The organisers are most interested in projects grounded in experimental or research-based practices in the performing arts — generally, theatre, dance, or performance. Deadline: 3 March 2019.
Together with twelve prestigious art and cultural institutions, Ars Electronica is launching a new Europe-wide, three-year initiative: the European ARTificial Intelligence Lab.Both stablished artists and up-and-coming talents will have the opportunity to spend several weeks at the Ars Electronica Futurelab and at the Muntref Centro de Arte y Ciencia (Museum of the Universidad Nacional de Tres de Febrero, Art and Science Center) and Laboratorio de Neurociencia de la Universidad Torquato Ditella in Buenos Aires. The competition is aimed at artists who wish to develop new artistic approaches at the interface of neuroscience and artificial intelligence. Deadline (extended): 25 February 2019.
The organisers welcome artists, curators, designers, architects, scientists, historians, cultural researchers, various researches and writers from all over the world to involve in the project. It is hoped that through this project, a dialogue platform will be set up between artists with different disciplines and cultural backgrounds to promote the exchange and interaction between artistic ecology in Shenzhen (and its surrounding areas) and residents, and to further facilitate the establishment of sustainable international exchanges among OCAT museum group. Deadline: 31 March 2019.
The environment of this residence offers a diversity of natural inputs (coastline, meadows, forest, orchard, built heritage...) and topics of scientific investigations (geology, fauna, flora, environment...). Due to its geographical location, in the Basque Country, between France and Spain, at the boundary between land and ocean space, the residenc is also influenced by the notions of borders (interstate, linguistic, geographical). This residence is dedicated to research and creation. Proposals with an art and science dimension will be preferred. Deadline: 19 May 2019.
Riga Circus Residency Program welcomes applications from contemporary circus artists and artists groups (up to 4 people; any of circus disciplines) from Lithuania, Estonia and Nordic states.During the residency, artists are expected to work on ideas for new performances or site-specific projects. Projects, which engage with the local community and/or art field, will be given priority. Deadline: 1 March 2019.
With the support of the French Ministry of Culture, the ACCR has been coordinating the NORA artist-in- residence program for refugees exiled in France.The goal is to develop projects within French Heritage Sites for Culture (Centres culturels de rencontre), with the support of their team, and consequently getting a practical knowledge of French cultural, artistic and intellectual networks and building long-term connections and partnerships. The call is aimed at artists, researchers and culture professionals from Near and Middle East and from Africa, who have recently received a refugee status in France; following countries will be examined in priority: Syria, Iraq, Libya, South Soudan, Eritrea and Yemen. Deadline: 4 April 2019.
The EUCIDA Artist in Residency provides artists with an opportunity to bring their practice to a new, productive, supportive and dynamic environment located within one of the three Partners’ venues, Dublin, France and Latvia. This is an opportunity for digital artists, based in Ireland, Latvia or France to collaborate Transnationally in new media, digital arts or arts and technology and to further explore their work in a supportive environment. Deadline: 26 April 2019.
The Goethe-Institut Nigeria, in cooperation with the Arthouse Foundation Lagos and the Berlin Art Institutions Galerie Wedding, ZK/U – Center for Art and Urbanistics and SAVVY Contemporary, is offering two residencies for artists / curators from Berlin in Lagos. The project proposals should deal with the economic, ecological, ethnographic and sociological preconditions of historically evolved places in Lagos. Deadline: 15 March 2019..
The Saari Residence, maintained by Kone Foundation, is an international residence located in Mynämäki, Southwest Finland.The residency places are intended for individual professional artists, fiction writers, poets and novelists, translators, curators and critics and artistic collectives (work group or an established organization with a Business ID) of all disciplines and all nationalities for the purpose of carrying out a project proposal presented in advance. Deadline: 29 March 2019 (application process starts from 1 March).
The Photography Residencies program is exclusively opened to photographers native from one of the four continents represented in the musée du quai Branly – Jacques Chirac’s collections: Africa, Asia, Americas, Oceania (excluding Europe and USA).There is no age limit for candidacy. The “residency” doesn’t imply of a long-term stay in Paris (unless the artist has chosen to pursue his/her project in France). It consists in an “outdoor” work, that can be achieved anywhere. Deadline: 15 March 2019.
A studio residency (3 months) for Swiss artists, curators and cultural practitioners in the Arab region (to Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Lebanon) or, conversely, in Switzerland for artists, curators and cultural practitioners from the Arab region (from Egypt, Tunisia, Morocco and Lebanon). The Artists in Residence program started in Egypt in 2002. After being on hold for five years it was re-launched in 2017. The aim of the program is to enhance cultural exchange and artistic collaborations between Switzerland and the Arab region. Deadline: 1 March 2019.
AMARRE aims to connect forcibly displaced artists (or artists in exile) to their host communities. It is a residency programme that provides a safe working space for the selected artists to develop their projects and share them with the local audience, as well as connect them to the professional networks in their new environments. Each local partner will host and accompany the selected artists in exile in the respective countries with the perspective of supporting a culture of openness, free expression and living together. This call is open to artists 1) of Syrian origin 2) currently in exile 3) in France / Turkey / Lebanon (performing arts / music). Deadline: 15 March 2019.