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Virtual Workings is an e-residency for emerging arts curators from the ASEAN region and Japan. Organised as a response to the impact of the global pandemic, it will be held online for a period of 6 weeks (16 November - 22 December 2020) and will offer an opportunity for capacity building, peer learning and collaboration with the support of an expert in the field. Applicants are encouraged to apply in pairs. Deadline: 30 October 2020.
The seventh edition of the Crystal Ruth Bell Residency invites applications for a six-month remote residency in 2021. In this pandemic year, with travel on hold for everyone's safety, the residency will be held around the theme 'Mediated'. The call is open to individuals and collectives working in all types of creative practices, of all passports, ages, gender identities, backgrounds, abilities, and interests. Residency dates will be flexible and take place between March 2021 and December 2021. Deadline: 9 February 2021.
Art Inside Out is offering a residency with the theme ‘Other choreographies, new spaces’, based on the concept of critical tourism. Submissions from Swedish and international artists in all art fields are welcome. The residency holds a special interest in microhistory, a study of the overlooked detail where the starting point can be a place, an event, a group of people or an individual. Four artists will be selected for a 12 week residency in 2021, with a research phase (28 June – 11 July 2021) and a production and presentation phase (30 August – 7 November 2021). Deadline: 29 October 2020.
La Maison Baldwin is inviting applications for its 2021-2022 residency programme. Writers in residence are offered a room in the centre of Saint Paul de Vence, France to pursue their current creative project. While in residence, they will contribute to the literary culture of the village by offering a community event or creative public programme. This fellowship is open to emerging writers working in the spirit of James Baldwin. Eligible to apply are poets, playwrights, essayists and fiction writers with no more than one full-length published book, produced film, or professionally staged production. Deadline: 1 December 2020.
The AI Lab (European ARTificial Intelligence Lab) is partnering with SETI for the SETI x AI artist residency. The residency is divided into two parts – with an initial 4-6 weeks at SETI Institute where the winning artist will have a dedicated science mentor to inspire him/her and his/her work. The second part will be 3-6 weeks with the Futurelab team at Ars Electronica with whom the winner will develop and make new work inspired by the residency at SETI Institute. Deadline: 7 October 2020.
Cultour is Capital is calling for artists, creatives or cultural operators to show work they produced during lockdown. Three winners will be chosen for residency opportunities in Gelsenkirchen, Košice, and Matera to develop your skills with local artists and cultural operators. Applicants must be residents in one of the 62 European Capitals of Culture around Europe (past, current, future, or just candidate cities). Deadline: 31 October 2020.
Art Explora / Cité Internationale des arts > Residency Programme for Artists and Researchers (France)
The Art Explora Foundation and the Cité internationale des arts are collaborating to co-construct a unique residency programme for French and international artists and researchers. There are two strands: one for solo artists, one for artist-researcher duos. The first session will begin in March 2021. Eligible artistic disciplines: visual arts, performing arts, digital art. Eligible areas of research: humanities, social sciences, sciences, technological innovation & sustainable development, art criticism & exhibition curating. Deadline: 6 November 2020.
Mophradat has partnered again with Kunstencentrum BUDA and NEXT Festival in Belgium, this time to offer a performing artist from the Arab world the opportunity to be in residency for a three-week period (October / November 2021) and use BUDA’s facilities to finalise a piece in-progress. Immediately following the residency, the new work will be performed during the 2021 edition of NEXT Festival, which takes place across the Eurometropolis region of Kortrijk and Tournai in Belgium, and Lille and Valenciennes in France. Deadline: 1 December 2020.
Every year from April to June the city of Pforzheim invites international young designers to the city as part of the Designers in Residence scholarship programme. Designers in Residence addresses young designers working in the fields of jewellery, fashion, accessory and industrial design. Three scholarship holders will be invited to the EMMA – Creative Center Pforzheim for a three-month working phase, running 1 April 2021 – 30 June 2021. Deadline: 15 November 2020.
AiNIN – Artists in Nature International Network is calling for proposals for a virtual residency programme on the theme of ‘Dynamic natural connections’ to celebrate the germination of ideas, continual growth, and our inherent capacity for transformation and renewal. There are two residency periods: 11-31 January 2021 and 1-21 March 2021. Artists, researchers, designers, scholars working in the field of contemporary art and research with a focus on nature are eligible to apply. Group or collaborative applications are welcome. Deadline: 15 November 2020.
Kaunas Artists’ House / Kulturni Centar LAB > Decoding Modernity Residency Programme for Artists from Serbia and Lithuania (Serbia / Lithuania)
The DeMo (Decoding Modernity) residency programme is dedicated to the analysis of the modern architectural term EXISTENZMINIMUM (describing subsistence, or minimal, living) and the intensity of its meaning in these fluctuating times. Artists from Serbia and Lithuania are encouraged to apply with project proposals that would reflect on the historical, urban and social developments in terms of living conditions. The first part of the residency will take place online (1 November – 31 December 2020) and then in Kaunas or Novi Sad (2021 - tbc). Deadline: 7 October 2020.
In the Framework of the Map mobility programme, Pépinières européennes de Création and Langage Plus (with its partner the Sagamie Center) launch a call for applications for a two-month residency from 27 January – 27 March 2021 at the Langage Plus centre in Alma, Quebec. Applications are open to professional artists working in visual or transdisciplinary arts who are not Canadian citizens. Deadline: 18 October 2020.
Nida Art Colony is organising a new research/residency programme called Neringa Forest Architecture. Applications are sought from researchers, designers, architects and artists from Estonia, Latvia, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden, including the autonomous areas of the Faroe Islands, the Åland Islands and Greenland, for the period December 2020 – March 2021. Designers, architects, artists, historians, new materials’ scientists and forest researchers, in particular women and underrepresented minorities, are invited to propose projects. Deadline: 1 November 2020.
The research-creation association After Social Networks is launching its first call for a two-week online artistic residency taking place in November or December 2020. The call is open to digital artists from anywhere in the world whose work explores online social networks, or who are in the process of developing a project related to this theme. Deadline: 15 October 2020.
Fondation Fiminco, in partnership with the European S+T+ARTS (Science, Technology & the Arts) programme and the Sony CSL Paris research laboratory (Computer Science Laboratories), is launching a call for applications from visual artists of all disciplines, from all over the world, to undertake a residency (creative research and production). The framework for the residency is ‘Urban mobility: exploring new imaginaries’, and it will take place January to May 2021 at Fondation Fiminco, located in Romainville (Seine-Saint-Denis) and the Sony CSL laboratory, located in Paris. Deadline: 15 October 2020.