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Metropolis is calling for 10 artists working with performing arts for an international site-specific residency programme in Copenhagen. The programme is aimed at performing artists with an interdisciplinary approach who have an interest in researching, creating and producing work in public space and the public realm. There are two separate residencies: Mapping the City (5 July - 2 August 2020) and Performative Landscapes (9 August - 6 September 2020). Deadline: 22 March 2020.
The Goethe-Institut’s European Translators’ Residency Programme offers residencies for translators of German-language fiction. Residencies take place at one of two sites (Siggen and Dresden-Hellerau), last 6-8 weeks, and can be scheduled March-December 2020. The programme mainly targets translators of German literature (novels, poetry and essays) who live outside Germany, with preference for contemporary German fiction. At least two large-scale published translations, as well as a publication contract for the translation being worked on during the residency, are required to make an application. Deadline: 6 March 2020.
To celebrate its centenary, the Leach Pottery in Cornwall, UK is hosting two international residents. One residency will run 18 May - 31 July 2020, and the other 1 September - 13 November 2020. The selected artists will develop a new body of work to reflect the centenary that will be exhibited as a part of the Leach 100 celebrations at the end of 2020. Applications are welcomed from around the world. Deadline: 6 March 2020.
The Arts Centre Te Matatiki Toi Ora in Ōtautahi Christchurch, Aotearoa New Zealand is offering a residency programme to support creative professionals practicing in any creative media to work on a project. It is open to people from New Zealand and around the world for a residency period of between 1 and 3 months. Deadline: 31 March 2020.
Daugavpils Mark Rothko Art Centre invites fine-art photographers to apply for ‘One – Artist International Photography Symposium – Residence’ in the city of Daugavpils, Latvia. The symposium will take place within the framework of the Riga Photography Biennial 2020, ‘Archaeology of Reality’, and will run 14-24 April 2020. Deadline: 10 March 2020.
Le Fondation Salomon Residency Award permet à un/une artiste de moins de 35 ans issu/e d’un pays membre de l’Organisation Internationale de la Francophonie, de bénéficier d’une résidence de 6 mois à New-York (de 2 janvier au 30 juin 2021). Date limite : 26 avril 2020.
Le Centre international d’art et du paysage de l’île de Vassivière et le Chalet Mauriac lancent ensemble un appel à candidatures pour un travail de création et de recherche s'inscrivant dans les problématiques actuelles de rapport à l’environnement et l’écologie. Ils invitent un(e) artiste et un(e) scientifique (naturaliste, biologiste, ethnologue, anthropologue, géographe…) à postuler pour une résidence de 8 semaines : du 27 juillet au 20 septembre 2020 à Vassivière et du 5 au 30 octobre 2020 au Chalet Mauriac – Saint-Symphorien. Date limite : 5 avril 2020.
University College Dublin is inviting expressions of interest from professional artists for a one-year residency supported by the College of Social Sciences and Law. The artist will engage with four key themes: Creating a Sustainable Global Society, Transforming Through Digital Technology, Building a Healthy World, and Empowering Humanity. The programme is open to international applicants. Deadline: 22 March 2020.
ACC (Asia Culture Center) in Gwangju, South Korea is inviting researchers and creators (performing artists, art & technology artists, designers, scholars) from across the world to participate in its 2020 residency programmes. Residency lengths vary but take place April-October. Deadline: 10 March 2020.
Konvent, a not-for-profit arts organisation based in a former convent in Cal Rosal, Spain. Its residency programme allows creators in the areas of visual arts, performance, literature, video, photography, sound art, music, new media, gastronomy, science and technology to undertake a research and creation project. Residencies last 1-2 weeks, taking place within the period 29 June – 9 August 2020. There are no restrictions on age or nationality. Deadline: 29 March 2020.
Visegrad Fund > New York Residencies for Artists from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia (USA)
Visegrad Fund is supporting four artist residencies (one for each V4 country) at Art in General, an exhibition and residency space in Brooklyn, New York. The residency period is approximately 3 months, taking place between August and October 2020. Applicants should be visual artists from Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland or Slovakia, and should have a good knowledge of English, both spoken and written. Deadline: 1 March 2020.
Goethe-Institut Vietnam > Residency in Leipzig for Artists from Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore and Vietnam (Germany)
Goethe-Institut in South East Asia is funding a three-month residency at LIA-Leipzig International Art Programme, running 2 November 2020 - 29 January 2021. The residency includes the production of one print theme at the Atelier für Radierung Maria und Vlado Ondrej etching studio, and works towards a South East Asia print publication. Applicants do not need to be working in the field of print making, however; training will be provided. The residency is open to artists living or working in Indonesia, Philippines, Singapore or Vietnam. Deadline: 31 March 2020.
The Art House / ROSL > International Residency for Artists from Commonwealth or former Commonwealth Countries (UK)
The Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) works with the The Art House in Wakefield to provide two residencies each year for artists who are from Commonwealth or former Commonwealth countries, and who have never studied or exhibited in the UK. The two-month residencies are fully funded and focus on networking and creative development with opportunities for artists to share their work with a UK audience. Proposals are welcomed from artists working in all types of contemporary visual art practice. Residency dates are 7 Sept – 31 October 2020. Deadline: 5 April 2020.
Since summer 2011, Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research – PIK has been using the building of the former photographic refractor as a studio for visiting artists and a place where scientists and artists can come together. Applications for the 2020 residency are welcome from international contemporary artists working in a wide range of disciplines including visual art, film, literature, music/sound, curating, design and theory. The residency will take place for a three-month period from September to November 2020. Deadline: 8 March 2020.
Critical Mass, a contemporary art centre based in Port Hope, is offering socially engaged contemporary artists a paid two- or four-week residency. Residencies will take place in the organisation’s Little Station (a mid-1850s former train station) between 15 April – 15 October 2020. ‘Environment’ is the chosen theme of the 2020 programme. Canadian or international artists are invited to apply, and applications can come from individuals or groups. Deadline: 28 February 2020.