RESIDENCY, BERGEN (NORWAY). Deadline: March 1, 2016

This is a Call for a Residency Program in Norway, for 2017 (yes, they do plan ahead in the North!), at the USF Verftet. The residency is open to professional, foreign artists of all fields: visual artists, writers, curators, craft artists, writers, film directors, film makers, dancers, choreographers, stage performers, performance artists, composers, musicians, audio and new media artists. The residence is open to all international artists, except norwegian citizens or artists living in Norway.

Application
The application must consist of the application form, project proposal for the residency period and artist statement, updated cv, documentation of work. Current work is requested. Incomplete applications will not be considered.
Please note our aim in your application process: “The aim is to strengthen, promote and develop a collaboration between contemporary artists in Bergen and foreign artists.”
We prefer the application to be sent electronically through the application form. Please limit your documentation to maximum 5 MB. If you are sending video material, please refer to downloading sites like Vimeo, YouTube etc.

If you do have a personal updated website, it is accepted as application material for documentation of work, cv etc.
The application deadline is 1st of March every year for residencies the following year.
Residents are selected by a jury composed of Bergen professional artists and other arts professionals.
For more information, please contact AiR manager Line Nord at USF Verftet, Georgernes Verft 12, 501 BERGEN – NORWAY Tel. (+ 47) 55 30 74 10, email air@usf.no

http://usf.no/en/usf-brief-info-in-english/

http://www.airbergen.no/

 

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