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Nuuk Art Museum is now, with support from Nordic Culture Point and NAPA – The Nordic Institute in Greenland, able to offer an Artist-In-Residence Programme hosted at the museum. To apply you have to be a practicing artist (in broad terms) – musician, writer, visual artist, performer etc and live in a Nordic or Baltic country. Deadline: 14 November.
Stiftung Genshagen (DE): Programme de résidence / Residenzprogramm / George Sand – Frédéric Chopin / Program rezydencyjny „George Sand - Fryderyk Chopin“
La candidature est ouverte aux artistes de toutes les disciplines (littérature, musique, arts plastiques, les disciplines du spectacle vivant, arts numériques, etc.) dont le lieu de résidence est en Allemagne, en France ou en Pologne. / Bewerben können sich Künstlerinnen und Künstler aller Sparten (Literatur, Musik, bildende Künste, darstellende Künste, Medienkunst, u.a.) mit Wohnsitz in Deutschland, Frankreich oder Polen. / O udział w programie mogą ubiegać się artyści wszystkich dziedzin (literatura, muzyka, sztuki plastyczne, sztuki sceniczne, sztuka mediów i in.) mający miejsce zamieszkania w Polsce, Francji lub Niemczech. 3/2/2017.
The programme offers a working environment for artists in winter and we hope that it leads to an experimental and creative community experience. The programme theme is “Winter, Snow, Subarctic”. Deadline: 18 November.
The programme is for a French creative practitioner to be hosted at Colab in Auckland. Applicants may come from an art, design or creative technologies background, and will demonstrate a strong engagement in new media and hybrid practices. The residency will enable the development of new initiatives and joint collaborations on topics of mutual interest. Deadline: 9 December.
A one-month residency, to take place in March 2017 in New York City, for a curator, art historian, or arts writer interested in the intersection of visual art and HIV/AIDS. Co-sponsored by Visual AIDS and Residency Unlimited for the fifth year running, the curatorial residency seeks to encourage the development of exhibitions, programs, and scholarship about HIV/AIDS and contemporary art. Deadline: 17 November.
The M Residency allows writers with an interest in China to deepen their understanding of this vital and fascinating place. Established in 2009 and fully funded by the M Restaurant Group, the M Literary Residency has its roots in M's Shanghai and Beijing Literary Festivals, and aims to foster artistic, cultural and intellectual links between individuals and communities. From 2009 to 2016 the Residency included one resident in Shanghai and one in India. Starting in 2017, there will be one resident based in Shanghai and one in Beijing. Deadline: 2 January 2017.
ARTS AT CERN has three new open calls, giving artists the chance to conduct research at CERN as part of its COLLIDE and ACCELERATE residencies related to art, science and technology. The target countries are: South Korea (Deadline: 31 December) and Switzerland and Croatia (Deadline: 11 January 2017).
A foundation of Aix-Marseille University, IMéRA is an Institute for Advanced Study, a unique research centre where both emerging and top-level scientists can take advantage of residence schemes to carry out innovative research projects. IMéRA is specifically aimed at fostering cross-disciplinary projects. It receives scientists and artists of all disciplines (in residence between 3 and 10 months), as well as a few cross-disciplinary teams with joint projects for short stays (2 to 4 weeks). Deadline: 18 November.
Helsinki International Curatorial Programme (HICP) offers curatorial residencies in Helsinki for international curators of contemporary art. The programme is co-organised by HIAP – Helsinki International Artist Programme and Frame Contemporary Art Finland. The applicant should have at least 2–3 years professional experience in curating (relevant, formal education is not obligatory but can be considered as an advantage), either within an institutional context or independently. Deadline: 30 October.
Inhabitant Zero is a call for proposals for a research residency. Could you be the first inhabitant of Kalejdohill? Inhabitant Zero is open to graduates and professionals from the fields of Urbanism, Fine Art, Design, Architecture, Sociology, Migration Politics, Archaeology, and any other background you may find relevant. The organisers are looking for curious individuals or groups interested in how the world works. Deadline: 15 November.
Artists and researcher/curator will be selected from 21 countries/region in Asia. The programme will be placing even more importance on "exchange" with the museum visitors and local community through a creative channel of art. The eligible countries are: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam. Deadline: 15 December.
Te Whare Hēra Wellington International Artist Residency for French / France-based artists (New Zealand)
The French Embassy in New Zealand is partnering with Te Whare Hēra Wellington International Artist Residency to develop a special initiative to bring French artists to New Zealand. The initiative will enable the participation of a French artist to the residency programme in 2016, 2017 and 2018. This exciting new initiative is designed to bring contemporary international artists to live, work and exhibit in Wellington city. Deadline for expression of interest: 14 November.
The Iceland Writers Retreat Alumni Award offers talented writers in need of financial support an opportunity to attend the Iceland Writers Retreat in Reykjavík, Iceland in April, 2017. Deadline: 31 October.
The NXT Residency programme gives 5 European artists the opportunity to learn, experience and practice their skills to successfully GO INTERNATIONAL. During this 3-month residency, the selected artists will have the unique chance to kick-start their international careers and use the skills they acquired to establish successful careers in the art world. Deadline: 20 November.
The Camargo Foundation welcomes applications from all countries, nationalities, and career levels and particularly Scholars & Thinkers (including professionals and practitioners in creative fields such as curators, critics, urban planners, independent scholars, etc.) and artists, in all disciplines, who are the primary creators of a new work/project. The Camargo Core Programme encourages multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approaches.Deadline: 24 November.