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European Investment Bank Foundation > Call for applications for the Artists Development Programme 2019
The European Investment Bank (EIB) Institute is pleased to announce the 2019 edition of its Artists Development Programme (ADP), for which it is looking for TWO visual artists (born after 1 January 1984) from Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania or Romania. The ADP offers emerging European visual artists a six week-long residency in Luxembourg, enabling them to develop their practice and create a new (body of) work(s), boosted by the mentorship of a high-profile established artist. In 2019, the recipients will each be mentored by acclaimed Finnish artist Jorma Puranen. Deadline: 23 January 2019.
Artistic Residency (Ireland) > Irish Street Art, Circus and Spectacle Network and Áras Eanna Arts Centre - Inis Oirr
The residency is aimed towards the creation of a site responsive piece of work, belonging to the people and the island of Inis Oírr. The piece will be presented as a work in progress during the FRESH STREET#3 international conference on the 23rd May. The organisers are looking for artists from all disciplines and genres wishing to work outdoors on a site responsive project, directly tied to the people and the island of Inis Oírr. Applications from national and international artists are welcome. Deadline: 18 December 2018.
During the four-week residency, selected artists will create contemporary art works and installations – permanent and / or temporary interventions – around the 25 acres of the Institute. The program seeks to give visibility to the artistic practices that question the contradictions and ambivalences of the complex relationship between art and nature. The project was awarded in the call #juntospelacultura_2_ of Rio Grande do Sul Fund for Cultural Support, with additional funding from COINCIDENCIA - Swiss & South American Cultural Exchanges. Deadline: 24 January 2019.
Are accepted: text, performance, documentary video and fiction, 3D objects, net sculptures and installations, web archives, apps, and any other experimental mediums. Selected projects should be carried out in open-source formats that are well-documented, shareable, and consider the accessibility of its users, who may range in age, race, gender, economic class, and ability. The call is available in Chinese, Indonesian and Farsi. Deadline: 6 January 2019.
ECHANGEUR22 is a non-profit association that supports emerging contemporary artists along with a residency programme that aims to bring together artists from different countries and cultures, with a focus on encouraging artistic encounters. The residency is for professional, established or young artists in the following disciplines: Digital/sound art, visual art, art criticism/curators from Japan, France, South Korea and Brazil. Deadline: 28 February 2019.
Roundabout Europe is building a European circuit of residencies and festivals of outdoor arts, targeting artistic companies that are either emerging or are at a turning point in their artistic development. Are eligible: Artists based in countries eligible for Creative Europe: EU Member States plus Norway, Iceland, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro, Macedonia, Serbia, Tunisia. Each selected artist or artistic company will be invited to do 2 residencies in different countries, and there will be a special focus, depending on their needs and wishes. Deadline: 31 December 2018.
Construite en 1992 par l’architecte Kunio Kato sur la montagne d’Higashiyama à Kyoto, la Villa Kujoyama est un lieu d’échanges interdisciplinaires et a pour vocation de renforcer le dialogue interculturel entre la France et le Japon. La Villa Kujoyama propose trois dispositifs distincts : solo, binôme et duo. Date limite: 7 février 2019.
Open to Germany based and international professional artists who work in the areas of dance, performance, media arts or music and closely linked to PACT’s other core strands of activity in presenting work and facilitating research and development, the programme is a key element in PACT Zollverein’s profile as an Artists’ House supporting lively exchange between practice and theory. Deadline: 20 December 2018.
This is a call for 15 artists working with performing arts for an international site-specific residency programme in Copenhagen. Metropolis Residency is a unique international urban residency programme in Copenhagen aimed at performing artists with an interdisciplinary approach, researching, creating and producing in public space and the public realm. In 2019, Metropolis organises three residencies of one month. Each residency will have a specific focus and each residency will be for five participants. Deadline: 16 December 2018.
MALT AIR is a collaboration between Maltfabrikken, Kunsthal Aarhus and Danish Art Workshop, and the programme is supported by the Danish Arts Foundation. Together, they have created an attractive residency for professional international artists at a high artistic level, with a broad network across the Danish art scene. The aim of MALT AIR is to help support and develop artists’ practice and research, and to encourage an exchange between Danish and international visual artists. Deadline: 10 January 2019.
GIMARA artist residency programme (Finland) > Open call for Gypsy or Roma artists living in the Nordic or Baltic countries
The Gimara programme supports Gypsy or Roma artists living in the Nordic or Baltic countries with stays of different length. The call is open for all artistic disciplines. The programme is funded by Nordic Culture Point. Deadline: 18 December 2018.
Re–Directing: East – curatorial residency and seminar Designing Futures in 2019 > Open call (Poland)
The Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art and Biennale Warszawa invite professionals such as curators,researchers and art managers to apply for a one-month-long residency. The Re–Directing: East Curatorial Residency is a peer-learning workshop, a curatorial seminar, extended site exploration and a research opportunity for a group of six individuals together with the teams of U–jazdowski, Biennale Warszawa and local actors. The organisers strongly encourage curators and researchers based in and/or working in the North African, Middle Eastern and Arab countries to apply. Deadline: 6 January 2019.
Open Call 2019 A4 International Artists’ Residency Programme by ARIE (China / Japan / Thailand) > Returns in New Outlook
ARIE 2019 is calling for Chinese and international artists, curators, researchers to apply for a one to three months residency at the A4 Art Museum. In the meanwhile, starting from 2019, A4 International Artists’ Residency Program will put emphasis on the sphere of public art, such as land art, outdoor sculptures, installations, communal art etc. In addition to the program’s customary support, selected artists can, according to the proposal, obtain extra budget and the chance to install the final work in the public area of LuxeLake.
ACCR (Association of Cultural Encounter Centres) > Odyssée artist-in-residency programme 2019 (France)
With the support of the French Ministry of Culture, the ACCR has been coordinating, the Odyssée artist-in-residency programme. The programme is aiming at artists, researchers and culture professionals from countries other than France wanting to develop projects within French Cultural Centers – Historic Monuments. The programme is aiming at artists, researchers and culture professionals coming from all countries other than France. Are encouraged applications from the following countries: Canada, especially Quebec; Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Argentina, Cuba, Haiti; Sub-Saharan Africa especially Angola, Ethiopia, Madagascar, Nigeria, Uganda; Algeria, Afghanistan, Egypt, Iraq, Iran, Lebanon, Morocco, Palestine, Tunisia as well as Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, India, Myanmar, Mongolia, Thailand, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh. Deadline: 17 December 2018.
SAC International Curatorial Residency Program 2019 is the residency program at Barcelona’s Sant Andreu Contemporani, in collaboration with Fabra i Coats - Fàbrica de Creació and Institut Ramon Llull, available to international curators. As part of the program, the organisers are announcing an open call for proposals to choose an international curator who will be part of the Miquel Casablancas Prize for the Visual Arts’ jury in 2019, and will later develop a curatorial project with a selection of Catalan artists chosen from applicants to the prize. Deadline: 10 January 2019.