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The 2017 KIBRIT residency programme is run by LE 18 (Marrakech) and Ramallah Municipality (Ramallah). The residency programme aims at offering the opportunity to artists, curators or cultural researchers coming from, or working in North Africa and Middle East to spend one month in either Marrakech or Ramallah researching or producing artworks linked to cultural heritage and collective memory in the two cities. Deadline: 10 June 2017.
Open call: artistic residency for UK based artists to work in Brazil: Rio de Janeiro and Xingu Indigenous Reserve
The application for the first 30-day residency, which will select one UK based emerging artist, is currently open. Residency takes place in September 2017, in partnership with the Indigenous Association of the Kuikuro People in Xingu Indigenous Reserve (AIKAX), in Central Brazil. The application is destined to artists working with a wide range of different media and platforms, and that are interested in developing an international work in Rio de Janeiro and the Xingu Indigenous Reserve (Mato Grosso State, Central Brazil), working with the Kuikuro Indigenous community (Ipatse Village). Deadline: 30 June 2017.
FABRIKKEN for Kunst & Design (The Factory of Art & Design/FABRIKKEN) > Artists/Curators' residency (Denmark)
FAIR is a residency program at FABRIKKEN for Kunst & Design (The Factory of Art & Design/FABRIKKEN) for artists and curators in the Nordic and Baltic countries. FAIR welcomes early career artists and curators, who wish to further and challenge their practice in a generous environment of early to mid-career artists and art professionals. Deadline: 5 June 2017.
The current open call is open to artists who work in the field of contemporary fine art. One selected artist will have the opportunity to stay seven weeks and work on a plan. This call includes no media restrictions - installation-based, painterly, sculptural, multimedia or performative works are all welcome. Deadline: 30 May 2017.
The organisers welcome AR-Residents as honoured visiting art professionals, rather than as asylum seekers or refugees. Art practitioners at risk of grievous suppression of freedom of expression, persecution or politically motivated threats to their basic freedoms may apply. AR-Residencies enable practitioners to take a “breather” from their home country, or to use the programme as a “stepping stone” to re-orient their professional lives. Deadline (extended): 15 June 2017.
Destiné aux artistes issus de pays francophones et ouvert à toutes les disciplines artistiques, ce programme agit au service de la création contemporaine et de la coopération culturelle France – Maroc pour susciter une rencontre privilégiée avec les acteurs culturels locaux et les publics de l’IFM au travers de restitutions et d’ateliers artistiques. Ce programme concerne les sites d’Agadir, Casablanca, Fès, Kénitra, Meknès, Oujda, Tanger et Tétouan et permet d’accueillir une vingtaine de résidences chaque année. En 2018, une attention particulière sera portée aux projets en lien avec la jeunesse et l’environnement. Date limite: 15 juillet 2017.
Residential fellowships in the Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral in Bad Ems are awarded to international visual artists. Furthermore a curator fellowship is awarded to a junior academic graduate. The topic for the Balmoral residential fellowships 2018 is ‘Shaping the future. How do we want to live, love and work?’ Deadline: 30 June 2017.
The international artist residency Akademie Schloss Solitude and the ZKM | Center for Art and Media award Web Residencies three times a year. The organisers are looking for works that challenge the multiplicity and tensions of patterns and chaos – in any art discipline such as the visual, music, sculpture, games or writing. They are looking for artists who face the nonlinear and the unpredictable, who design algorithms to draft the flap of a butterfly's wings, watching out for the change of the course and the rhythm of the world to come. Deadline: 23 June 2017.
For the fourth edition of the Crystal Ruth Bell Residency, Red Gate & China Residencies are inviting people to apply for a funded residency in Beijing for the months of November and December 2017. The organisers are calling for people of all types of creative practices, of all passports, ages, gender-identities, abilities, and interests to send us proposals for projects to pursue in Beijing this winter around the principle of"care" - in any way the term makes sense to you. Deadline: 17 July 2017.
Call for artists / residencies > The Spur / ETACEC 16-18 project (Euroregion and Creative Europe – Cooperation Projects)
The Spur 16/18 is a project for the creation of a European cooperation network focusing on the visual arts and creative industries. Grants are being offered for 12 artists in residence to carry out research work with particular emphasis on working and creative processes. The international professional with expert mentor residency will last two months or eight weeks and will take place in one of the network’s centres. Deadline: 31 May 2017.
The artist-in-residency programme is open to any artist, writer or researcher with a solid experience and a real motivation as to the specificity of the place. The selection will give priority to original projects that aim to be inscribed within the space of Jericho. el-Atlal, as a research residency, does not require its residents to necessarily complete their projects by the end of their stay in Jericho. However, the residents will be asked to hold open studios with the public and present their work at the end of the residency. Working and exchanging with local communities is highly encouraged. The residents must speak English, Arabic or French. Dual applications are also accepted. Deadline: 31 May 2017.
In partnership with Gaia Foundation, DF is offering a twelve-week residency to an artist living in Eastern Europe and of Slavic heritage. In April 2017 DF launched a new thematic programme: Collecting as Practice, and applications relating to this theme are preferred. The residency period is 8 January to 30 March 2018. Deadline: 15 June 2017.
Art project 'Cartography' > Call to explore and express The Avian Kingdom through visual art (Sweden)
The vision for The Avian Kingdom is for it to become a UNESCO biosphere area and the world's first to include culture as the fourth dimension of sustainability from start. Their mission is to create art projects that demonstrate culture's importance for a sustainable development and by that, influence the process of a biosphere startup. Through ARNA's artist in residency the project CARTOGRAPHY involves 3 artists during 6 weeks to visually describe The Avian Kingdom, its nature, history or people. The results will be used as, or as starting points for, 2-4 ground breaking "visitor maps". Deadline: 16 June 2017.
Institut Potemkin - Begehungen No 14 Arts- and culture festival > Call for entries and residency (Germany)
Under the freely interpretable guiding principle 'Institut Potemkin' the organisers are calling for applications with works of art or a concept for a four-week residency in Chemnitz. This Open Call goes out to all kinds of artistic expressions related to free artistic explorations of the mentioned topic. All works chosen by a professional jury of five will be exhibited at Kulturpalast Rabenstein for the whole festival amidst high media presence against the background of a diverse support program comprised of music, lectures and workshops. Deadline: 30 June 2017.
Sharjah Art Foundation in collaboration with Air Arabia announces its first annual open call for a Curator-in-Residence programme. Air Arabia is the Middle East and North Africa's first and largest Low Cost Carrier (LCC), operating flights from Sharjah to 70 cities around the world. Selected candidates from around the world are offered a residency in Sharjah to conduct research and curate an exhibition with artists from across Air Arabia’s many destinations. Deadline: 30 June 2017.