5 art residencies worth applying to. Grab the opportunity.

Do you have plans for summer? If not, take a look at the list of residencies to grasp an opportunity and spend the season usefully.

Kintai Arts, LANDSCAPE FORMATIONS (Lithuania)

During the residency, local and international artists specializing in painting, will be invited to draw direct inspiration from the Pomeranian coast and its rich cultural heritage, while reimagining the symbols offered by the location through various painting mediums. The residency will also feature discussions on the classical landscape genre and its relevance in today’s contemporary art scene. Artists will be encouraged to broadly interpret the term “formation”, exploring topics ranging from ecological challenges leading to changes in regional climate conditions and the transformation of landscapes, to geopolitical crises resulting in mass migrations and environmental destruction. 


Residency program contributes to the following expenses:

  • Accommodation.
  • Residency activities.
  • Studio space.
  • Work materials (paints, canvases).

There is a possibility that travel costs may be covered too, although it will depend on the funding received.

DEADLINE: April 22nd


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AIR 351, CAC Grant  (Portugal)

AiR 351 and the Municipality of Torres Vedras have developed a partnership towards implementing a program of art residencies within the Centro de Artes e Criatividade (CAC), held at its headquarters. AiR 351´s praxis follows a collaborative model and its team works closely with each resident in a highly supportive environment. AiR 351 general activities program includes  integration in the local artistic community, technical and curatorial assistance, possibility of working within AiR 351 partners network (namely art schools workshops), studio visits, open studios and public presentations, when possible.


The AiR 351/CAC Grant 2024 recipient will benefit from:

  • A grant of €1,100/month to cover living expenses, for a period of 3 months.
  • Accommodation at walking distance from CAC (2 minutes).

Besides that, the grant will also cover the fees for the artist /curator to be a member of AiR 351 during that period.

DEADLINE: April 30th


The National Asian Culture Center, ACC CREATORS Residency (South Korea)

The ACC CREATORS Residency 2024 invites the artists to explore the relationship between artificial intelligence (AI) and human consciousness. It aims to reconsider how humans connect with non-human entities and extend this exploration to the relationships between humans and non-humans, as well as among non-humans themselves, to delve into principles and meanings that inform how the world and universe operate within a network of complex systems. Positioned within a multiverse framework, rather than a singular universe, the residency intends to stimulate contemplation on the evolution of human life and consciousness alongside advancements in AI and broaden the vision of humanity’s future through the lens of creators in the realm of arts and technology.


  • The project fee (22,000,000 KRW max.) covers all expenses required for project concept development, creation, production, and demonstration. 
  • International flight tickets will be provided only for non-South Korean nationals and South Korean nationals who have lived abroad for one year or more (as of the open call announcement date).

DEADLINE: April 30th


Artists in Residence: Niederösterreich (Austria)

The studio apartments and scholarships are awarded under the premise of enabling foreign artists to work in Lower Austria and to get to know different cultural institutions in this state. By bringing the invited foreign artists into contact with the local art scene, AIR – ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Lower Austria aims to contribute to the internationalization of art in the country and promote a process of interdisciplinary exchange.


Chosen scholarship holders will receive:

  • A monthly stipend of €1,300.
  • Free of charge accommodation.

The program also aims at integrating the artists in residence into the artistic life of Viena and the Lower Austrian region by collaborating with various art institutions. 

DEADLINE: April 30th



Two selected artists or cultural professionals will be invited to explore the concept of “edge”, while residing at Florìda Studio, located in an old Jewish ghetto close to the center of Genoa. The neighbourhood finds itself on the edge of significant changes such as the promotion of an urban space redevelopment and its possible gentrification and commercial speculation. From this perspective, the edge is a physically blurred locus where economic, social and cultural interests intersect. Selected artists will be encouraged to explore the dynamics and concepts mentioned above through their artistic practices, generating works that can help reflect on the tensions and potential for transformation within transitional areas.


  • The application is free.
  • Florìda offers accommodation for the duration of the residency, a mobility grant to cover travel costs and a daily allowance of €25 for a total of €750.
  • The mobility grant is calculated based on travel distance, fixed amount for round-trip, with a maximum of €350. 
  • The residency also offers mentorship, curatorial support as well as different relations and networking possibilities in the city.

DEADLINE  April 15th.



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