Category Archives: Residencies / Residencias

Residency Hosts in Madrid wanted. Deadline: Feb. 11, 2018

SWEET HOME
Residencies for artistic investigation in domestic spaces
Open Call until February 11, 2018

Are you an artist, curator or currently working in the cultural field? Do you live in Madrid? Do you have an unused guest room? If so, you may become part of Sweet Home by hosting an international cultural agent during two weeks. Interesting? keep on reading!

hablarenarte: is looking for artists, cultural producers, curators etc. who are living and working in Madrid and have interest in hosting an international cultural agent in their home.

Each local host assists the international guest with the “integration” into the personal, cultural and artistic context of Madrid.

A jury will select the six “hosts” keeping in mind their professional profile and availability. They also consider location of the flat and the living-conditions of the guest room. Each local cultural agent will receive 1.000€ for hosting during the two-week-stay. + info about the Open Call.

Once the six local hosts are chosen, hablarenarte: will launch an international open call in order to select the six international residents. To ensure reciprocal benefit, the six local agents will be part of the jury deciding on the six international agents.

This edition of Sweet Home is supported by the creation grants of Madrid City Council

http://www.hablarenarte.com/convocatorias/convocatoria/sweet-home-2018-convocatoria-local/ 

 

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Artslant One Month Funded Residency in Upstate NY. Deadline: Feb 10, 2018

“We are proud to announce a new experimental residency created by ArtSlant in collaboration with Chashama.
Process Park is a funded four-week residency for 3-4 artists at chaNorth Artist Residency in Pine Plains, NY, the goal of which is to learn to live and work better through a process-oriented approach to art making and existing. The residency will conclude with an exhibition/symposium in New York that will be conceived and planned as a group during the residency.
The Spring 2018 residency runs April 1–April 29. Application deadline: February 10, 2018.”
Apply here.
This residency is designed to foster an engaged community through developing engaged individuals. Artists and cultural producers need space and time to interrogate and refine the ways they work and create while retaining a sense of amateurism. To this end, Process Park encourages research and play. Through knowledge-sharing, making, and experimentation, this residency aims to generate deeper connections between people and the visual and material culture they consume.
Process Park focuses on reinserting ourselves into the act of production, to interrupt the paradigm of contemporary alienation. Residents will be encouraged to develop a stronger relationship to the food we eat, the images we ingest, and the omnipresent algorithms that fundamentally shape our lives. Process Park pushes back on throw-away consumption.
We ask participants to bring knowledge to share and a willingness to learn from the residency’s facilitators, visitors, and co-residents. The emphasis will be on learning through doing. The goal is not only to share knowledge useful in art making but to share knowledge which will be useful in the practice of everyday life. Intensives take the form of teaching or learning the basics of a given skill in a day. Residents will practice those skills throughout the duration of the residency to incorporate that new knowledge into their lives.
If we create what supports and sustains us and our practices, our investment in the world is made richer, deeper.
Process Park includes Room & Board for four weeks, educational intensives, and an exhibition/symposium in NYC. Residents are encouraged to continue their own practices during the residency but are expected to participate in courses and scheduled group meals and events.
Application Requirements:
Who: All artists, cultural producers, writers, musicians, programmers, and researchers, 21+, looking to enrich their relationship with a mode of production are welcome to apply.
Course Proposal: Residents will lead an intensive, one-day course, sharing a skill of their choice with other residents. This skill can be part of your practice or not. You don’t need to be an expert but should feel comfortable enough that you can assist people in exploring a given area of knowledge. Your course proposal should be a brief description of the skill you want to teach, and how (max 250 words) and be entered into the field “Statement of Intent” on the application page.
Current intensives available by residency facilitators for Spring 2018 include planting, pickling, fermentation, basic HTML, felting, podcasting, clay-refinement, digital publishing, kiln and oven construction, and baking. Further intensives will be proposed and offered by residents.
Statement of Intent: Following your course proposal, your statement of intent should introduce your practice and provide a connection between your practice and what you hope Process Park will allow you to achieve within its unique parameters. Discuss what you will gain from this experience and what you can bring to the group’s dynamic. How would a process-based approach inform your practice going forward? How do you envision using your time at Process Park? (max 500 words)
Please also include contact information for two references and your CV.
You must apply using your ArtSlant Profile. Sign up here if you don’t have one already. Use your profile to include supporting images or texts for your application.
Questions? See the FAQ. Still have questions? Email us at process@artslant.com.
Apply here.

Praxis Center for Aesthetics Ressources.

Check out Praxis, a collaborative project by Delia and Brainard Carey, who is also known for the Yale University Radio Archive with over 670 interviews. Praxis Center for Aesthetics is the school founded by Praxis to help artists advance their careers and provide resources.

Check out their ressources for artists (which are mostrly centred on opportunity for US-based practicioners) here, and on their website.

Grants for Artists

Winter 2017 Deadlines –

STEP Travel Grants (not open to U.S. residents) – 12/31/17 Information here.

Grants with rolling deadlines-

Pollock Krasner – Rotating, No deadline – Information here.

Awesome foundation – No deadline – Information here.

One Grant Library for Research Online- Foundation Center.

Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grants – Information here

CES Artslink U.S. and International Grant Opportunities – Information here

2018 Deadlines –

The Guggenheim Fellowship – Fall 2018 – Information here.

NYSCA/NYFA Grant – Winter 2018 – Information here.

Rome Prize – 2018 Watch for Details – Information here.

Adolph and Esther Gottlieb – Fall/Winter 2018 Watch for Details – Information here.

Upcoming grant deadlines

Artist Grant believes that artists deserve to be financially supported just like those in every other field. To this end, grants of $500 are awarded every quarter. For more information and application details, keep an eye on their websites. The Clark Hulings Fund supports painters who work in traditional media. Grants are intended to support painters pursuing specific opportunities that would further their business prospects. U.S. citizens and permanent residents are eligible. Deadlines vary, applications must be made through Call for Entry. The Danish Arts Foundation offers grants to international artists interested in collaborating with Danish artists. Deadlines vary, see website for details. Art Works grants through the National Endowment for the Arts are available to a wide variety of disciplines. Upcoming deadlines for visual artists are February 15 for part I and February 20-27 for part II. Artists residing in Washington State who are 18 years of age or older are invited to apply for grants through Artist Trust. Next round of applications opens in May of 2018 with a deadline of June 25.

More Grants

Ace & Tate Creative Fund is accepting applications for its artist funding grants. Eligibility is open to individuals and collectives. More information can be found at Call For or on the Ace & Tate website. Deadline for applications is December 31.

The New York State Council on the Arts in partnership with Wave Farm presents Media Arts Assistance Fund (MAAF) available to individual artists. Awards are designed to assist artists with the distribution and exhibition of work in all genres. Deadline for submissions is January 15.

Open Calls

Artist Reveal invites visual artists around the world to submit proposals to their digital publication. Painting, drawing, sculpture, video, digital, photography, and mixed media are all eligible. See website for submission guidelines.

OSTEN Biennial of Drawing invites artists to submit to their 2018 showing in Skopje, Macedonia. Winning artists will have their work exhibited and receive free accommodation. More details available at the OSTEN Biennial website. Deadline for submissions is April 30.

Residencies

OT301 invites artists to Amsterdam for a three-month residency. The program facilitates low-cost rental accommodations and provides networking and exhibition opportunities. Rolling deadline.

Etc.

Nordic Art Association of Sweden hosts the website Studio Swap. Here artists can network internationally with the aim of arranging a temporary studio exchange.

The New York State Council on the Arts in partnership with Wave Farm presents Media Arts Assistance Fund (MAAF) available to individual artists. Awards are designed to assist artists with the distribution and exhibition of work in all genres. Deadline for submissions is January 15.

Recommended Resources For Research on More Opportunities

e-artnow – Jobs, Grants, Competitions, Open Calls, Exhibitions, Residencies (Artists, Critics, Curators)

New York Foundation for the Arts – Jobs, Grants, Open Calls, Studio Listings

TransArtists – Worldwide Residency Search

Res Artis – Worldwide Residency Search

Call for….. – Worldwide Open Calls

Callforentry – Open calls with a management system for applying

Center for Emerging Visual Artists – Artist Services, Open Calls

Art Insight – Artist Services, Open Calls, Opportunities, Directory

How’s My Dealing? 2.0 – A website where artists can review galleries, art fairs, and mail scams that take advantage of artists by charging them or being an outright rip-off.

Art Rabbit – International Art Exhibitions & Events, Open Calls

Biennial Directory – Global art exhibitions

Grants – GrantSpace

FAQs about Grants

Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation

Representational Art Only

Joan Mitchell Foundation – Painters, Sculptors

Pollock-Krasner Foundation – Painters, Sculptors, Printmakers

Harpo Foundation – Visual Artists

National Sculpture Society – Competitions, Programs, Awards

Mayer Foundation – Emergency Funding

Puffin Foundation – Socially Conscious

Job Listings – The Art Newspaper

Worldwide – Art Jobs

Worldwide – Christie’s

Worldwide – Art Search

USA

Arts for LA – Los Angeles CA

Studio Listings – The Invisible Dog

Brooklyn NY – Assets for Artists

Boston MA – VLAA

St.Louis MO – Bridgeport Art Center

Chicago IL

Biennials – Universes in Universe

Worldwide – Biennial Foundation

Worldwide

Residencies

New York Residencies – Artist Residency Program New York

Lectures, Field Trips – Residency Unlimited

Custom Residencies – Community Arts Partnership

Grants, Workshops, Resources

Midwest Residencies – ACRE

Rural, Communal – Ox-Bow

Rural – Grant Wood Art Colony

Exclusive Fellowships

Central Europe Residencies – Akademie Schloss Solitude

All Artists and Scholars – Goethe Institut

Germany and Czech Republic

Netherlands Residencies – De Ateliers

Emerging Artists Welcome – Rijksakademie

Multidisciplinary Institute – Van Eyck

Multidisciplinary Institute

Latin America Residencies – R.A.R.O.

Itinerant Collective – Arquetopia

Socially Conscious – Zona Imaginaria

Ceramics and Printmaking

Barcelona Residencies – Jiwar Creation and Society

Urban Inspiration – Art Print Residence

Printmakers, Artists, Poets, Writers

Materials

Sedona Giclee

Giclee Prints – BSL Digital Imaging

Print and Publishing Services – McNally Jackson Books

 

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INDEPENDENT AIRS. RESIDENCY. DEADLINE: OCTOBER 23, 2017

Dates:  November 20th 2017 to January 30th 2018

These residency periods outside of AiR Sefrou’s designed programs are focused towards artists from all disciplines to spend time contemplating, researching and producing work that needs attention. It may be that the artists are residing alone or with up to five others in the house. Cultures and material of work will be diverse.

The artists house (a stone’s throw away from AIR Sefrou’s office), is nestled in the heart of the ancient medina in Sefrou ( a market town positioned between the Middle Atlas Mountains and the Imperial Capital of Fez).

Our intimate team and growing community are here to support artists in their endeavours while introducing them to beneficial contacts and orientating them to local gatherings, if desired. Assistance to the artist and project facilitators are available upon prior request at a reasonable rate to help with the construction of works and further cultural exploration. Language interpretation and intercultural facilitation may be needed to help the artists in residence to understand the cultural landscape and manifest their vision:

We are open to holding presentations, exhibitions and workshops during the residency. This can be discussed once the intentions take shape.

Artists may get involved with Culture Vultures socially responsible program. Past events have included works such as a mural on a wall in the old city, planting green areas, public monuments and a contribution to our ‘Art in the Hospital’ initiative.

The minimum duration of a residency is three weeks.
This enables time to integrate into the culture as well as having days for comprehensive research and production.

 

Residency Costs

For a place in our artist’s lodgings and orientation of Sefrou

3 weeks 550 euros

1 month 700 euros

2 month 1200 euros.

Cost of production, transport, insurance and daily needs are the responsibilities of the artist.  For studio spaces (outside of the lodgings), facilitated visits and exhibition organization e-mail us for a supplementary costs document.

For returning AiR Sefrou artists there is a discount of 15% for residencies as we, the organization and the community of Sefrou, celebrate further developing relationships and creations.

Send an application(INDEPENDENT AIRS) and 4|6 jpg or web links to Nissa Nishikawa :AiR Sefrou’s Residency Officer @ airsefrou@yahoo.com

WEBSITE: https://airsefrou.org/independent-airs/

The Luminary Residency Program. Deadline: Sept. 15, 2017

Applications Open for 2018 Residencies

As a leading artist-run and artist-centric space, The Luminary supports exceptional ideas and initiatives by providing dedicated time, considered collaborations and a supportive working environment through our Residency Program. The program is open to all artists, performers, curators and critics, but uniquely supports the research, development and presentation of work that utilizes innovative forms and unconventional structures such as alternative spaces and economies, publications and writing, archives, collaborations, artist-led projects and experimental institutional practices.

Though open to all applicants, particular attention for 2018 will be given to the theme of New Constitutions: Commoning the Institution. For the year, we invite proposals that rethink the relationship between the individual and the institution, asking questions such as: How does an artist, art writer, performer or curator reshape an institution’s practice, its publics, or its politics? How do economies of care and collaboration reshape the institution? How do we work past the individual economies of the art world and advance new conceptions of the commons? Participants may propose to alter our administrative procedures or physical environment; propose new uses of space or initiate other spaces within our own; rework our public relations or intervene within our online presence; or thoroughly reimagine how we relate with artists and circulate within the art world.

In 2018, The Luminary will accept twelve residents in three phases: April and May; June and July; and September and October. Residencies are two weeks up to six weeks in duration and each resident will receive stipends, spacious private accommodations, shared studio space, and connections with local artists, curators and galleries. Each resident is expected to work towards an exhibition, publication, institutional collaboration or other public program during their residency.

Applications are due September 15th, 2017 for residencies taking place throughout 2018.

To apply, please fill out the online application.

For more information, visit our website or email us at info@theluminaryarts.com.

Bauhaus Residence. Deadline: September 6, 2017

 

In the 1920’s the Masters’ Houses in Dessau became the epitome of an artist community of the twentieth century. This is where Walter Gropius, Oskar Schlemmer, Georg Muche, László Moholy-Nagy, Lyonel Feininger, Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee and their families lived next door to each other. Here they were joined by their friends and visitors. Artist collectives, artist couples and artist friendships developed here, with everyone working together in the open structure of the model homes located in a park. However, when the Bauhauslers left in 1933 the area became deserted and the work created as a result of the artistic effort was abandoned.

Since February 2016 the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation is enabling young international artists to once again live and work in the Schlemmer house – even if the restrictions of the perseveration of cultural heritage attached to the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site are very strict. With the new format the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation would like to promote the current focus of attention on the Bauhaus heritage, revitalise the Masters’ Houses and in this context promote artistic and creative work of international significance which will then at the end of the residency period be displayed in the Gropius House until the Bauhaus anniversary in 2019.



Participation conditions

The programme is catering to artists with an overall interest in all those areas that are historically being represented by Bauhaus and that have developed from it until today: painting, design, textile, architecture, sculpture, photography, film.

Please appreciate the fact that the Open Call is not open to students. Teams are welcome.

Application (German or English):
Please apply using the application online form

We require the following information from you:

  • Your career development
  • A list of your previous exhibitions
  • The actual project that you will be working on during your stay at Bauhaus. This should be related to Bauhaus (approx. 2 pages). The project should also be tied to the Foundation’s annual topic in 2018 “Standards”. (Here we are looking at a survey of standards existing in building, living, life and works of art. How do we deal with measurability, rules and standards? How can we get off the beaten track of standards in the field of art? What influence does art have today on how we perceive standards?)
  • A motivation
  • An artist’s portfolio

Applications in paper or other formats will not be accepted and will therefore disqualify the applicant.

! ! ! Closing date for applications ! ! !
6 September 2017, 00 h (CET)


Announcement of the winners

In the autumn of 2017 two artists will be selected for the year 2018 by a jury. The winners will be announced through a press release at the end of October 2017.

Jury

The jury consists of Dr Claudia Perren, director of the Bauhaus Dessau
Foundation; Melanie Roumiguière, curator Hamburger Bahnhof Berlin (requested); Daniel
Herrmann, director of the Werkleitz Gesellschaft e.V.; Markus Hoffmann, guest artist 2017, and Dr Alexia Pooth, research associate of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation.


The Foundation’s performances

The Bauhaus Dessau Foundation will provide the selected artists with the
following for three months:

  • Living and work space in the Schlemmer House
  • A monthly expense allowance of 1,200 Euros
  • Opportunities for giving presentations and performances and engaging in discussions during their stay
  • Support in their research work, in organising events along with technical assistance and public relations activities
  • Public presentations of their work in the Gropius House at the end of their stay where the work will remain until 2019

The artists‘ obligations

  • Purchase of the material required for their work
  • Medical and indemnity insurance
  • Visa
  • Living expenses, provisions

With the assistance of the Bauhaus Dessau Foundation, the artists are free to apply for additional external funding for their stay.


Artists-in-Residence time period

The three-monthly Artist-in-Residence stays will take place between April and October 2018 in consultation with the Foundation. You are expected to be present in Dessau.