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6 ART RESIDENCIES YOU NEED TO APPLY IN SEPTEMBER 2019

 

Looking for a new challenge in a second half of 2019? See the list of art residency programmes in breathtaking locations from around the world. The deadlines are coming soon.

Art-Science hothouse residency: Tasting the change (Devon, United Kingdom)

In November 2019 CCANW and Science Walden will host an Art-Science hothouse residency, a week of experimentation and conversation about working across disciplines for a very small number of participants. The focus is on how we can respond intelligently to the challenges of the climate emergency through creative projects or practice.

They are looking for established teams who wish to spend some concentrated time together. They will however also consider proposals from teams or couples who have not worked together given a strong enough rationale for the grouping. There are no national restrictions on the makeup of teams. The primary language is English.

The residency begins late afternoon on Saturday November 9, and finishes at 4pm on Thursday November 14, with the public symposium event taking place on Friday November 15 that you would be expected to attend. The theme of this public one-day symposium is ‘Emergency Response Time’.

 

Application deadline: 8 September 2019

Support: Each team will receive an honorarium of £800 plus room and board and a travel allowance.

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Art-Science hothouse residency: Tasting the change

Art-Science hothouse residency: Tasting the change

 


ACROSS / Thank you for coming residency program in Nice (France) 

Open Call for curators, art critics to discover the French Riviera area’s contemporary art scene, to develop their research work and to participate in a new network. By creating opportunities for meetings, this program initiates and enables an environment for exchanges and discussions to foster common experiments between people and venues from various disciplinary fields, cities, regions and countries.

ACROSS also helps bring awareness to the general public on professions that are not quite identified, and offers a new access to the contemporary art world.

ACROSS is a collaborative, participatory and experimental project which aims to i.a.: introduce residents to the local artistic scenes and their territories; fostering inter-disciplinary exchanges, enable the hosts to meet the cultural operators and visit the highlights of the area as well as its alternative scenes, through a close collaboration with artists, researchers, thinkers, museums, art centers, galleries, academic institutions.

 

Application deadline: 15 September 2019.

Support: participation in a 7-day residency with accommodation, travel expenses,  a total grant of EUR 250.

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ACROSS Thank you for coming residency program in Nice

ACROSS / Thank you for coming residency program in Nice

 


The Camargo Foundation Core Program (France)

Residency for scholars, thinkers and artists. Each year, an esteemed panel of scholars and arts professionals selects 18 individuals or teams from over 1,000 submissions from around the world. Winners are awarded residencies in a stunning, contemplative environment where they have the space, time, and freedom to think, create, and connect. Fellowships span 6 to 11 weeks. With each cohort of Fellows, the Foundation strives to foster connections between research and creation.

 

Application deadline: 1 October 2019

Support: Participation in the residency program to research, experiment and create, a stipend of 250 USD per week, travel costs, exchange & network activities.

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The Camargo Foundation Core Program


Zocalo’s Artist-in-Residence Program (Houston, Texas, USA)

Zócalo’s Artist-in-Residence program will debut this summer by offering three residences on the beautiful campus of Zócalo Apartments located in the emerging Spring Branch area of Houston, Texas. Three artists chosen by an expert panel of local curators and a public vote will be granted no-cost housing and exhibition space on campus. A single one year and two six-month residencies will be available each annual cycle. On a monthly basis, artists will have the opportunity for art shows on the property and participate in public engagement events with Zócalo’s residents and the greater Spring Branch community. Given the ample size of the Zócalo campus, artists who work in larger, exterior scales will be welcome to push the boundaries of their creativity by creating installations to be displayed on the exterior of buildings or on Zócalo’s large central lawn. The end of each residency will result in a solo-exhibition featuring works created throughout the residency period. Artists working in all visual mediums are welcome to apply.

 

Application deadline: 15 September 2019

Support: Accommodation and 25$ monthly accommodation stipend

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zoalo residency


Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio (Sapporo, Japan) 

Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio is organising international open call Artists in Residence project “s(k)now” with the project keywords: Winter, Snow, and the Subarctic. All applicants go to the selection process, after the result of it we are going to invite one artist (one group of artists) into “Exhibition Program” and “Artist-in-School Program” for each. In their encounters with culture in Sapporo and Hokkaido as well as exchange with locals, artists are invited to develop and explore their ideas through work based on the project keywords Winter, Snow, and the Subarctic. We will assist participants in mastering a plan, research and production during the residency. In this year, we are organizing Exhibition Program, Artist-in-School Program and Exchange Program with Kwangju, Republic of Korea and Taidong, Taiwan within 2019-2020 s(k)now project supported by Agency for Cultural Affairs Government of Japan, we are expecting incidental encounters among those artists. We look forward to receiving enthusiastic applications from artists and creators.

 

Application deadline: 8 September 2019

Support: Accommodation and studio, travel cost, living expenses, presentation expenses.

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Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio (Sapporo, Japan) 

Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio (Sapporo, Japan)

 


‘Site-Specific Art’ Residency program at Siao-Long Cultural Park, Tainan (Taiwan) 

Siao-Long especially welcomes artists to work on art projects which are related to the topic of sugar, candies or fairy tales from cultures all over the world.

Siao-Long Cultural Park and Tsung-Yeh Arts and Cultural Center take as its theme the concept of Site-Specific Art for 2020. They welcome applicants who are interested in Interdisciplinary, Visual art, Performance and Photography. All applicants must be able to communicate in either English or Chinese.

 

Application deadline: 15 September 2019.

Support: Accommodation and studio space, Living and working expenses in Taiwan partly subsidized, presentation expenses.

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‘Site-Specific Art’ Residency program at Siao-Long Cultural Park, Tainan

‘Site-Specific Art’ Residency program at Siao-Long Cultural Park, Tainan

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