Curated Place has partnered with MIRIAD at the Manchester School of Art, I/O/Lab (Stavanger) and FONDAZIONE mondo DIGITALE (Rome) to form the European Light Expression Network (ENLIGHT), which will build on our existing programme to offer six international residencies connecting artists with technicians and scientists to create a series of accessible, large-scale public realm Light Art works.
Finding a language for life – the Arts Foundation of North Rhine-Westphalia and the Pina Bausch Foundation have been following up on Pina Bausch’s credo since 2016 with a co-developed grant programme and award the Pina Bausch Fellowship for Dance and Choreography.
This program, as a part of the “Project to Support the Nurturing of Media Arts Creators” organized by the Agency for Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan (Bunka-cho), is an artist in residence program that provides an opportunity to outstanding young artists in Media Arts
The COAL Prize is open to artists from all over the world who deploy their creativity to devise and experiment with solutions and bear witness to the transformation of territories, lifestyles, organizations, and means of production, while making a contribution to the process themselves.
The Inner West Council is seeking artists to participate in the 2017/2018 Artist in Residence program. The program is open to all art forms and disciplines. Artists must reside outside of the Sydney Metropolitan Area and international artists are also welcome to apply.
The Sacatar Foundation is now accepting applications for two-month artist residencies at its sister organization, the Instituto Sacatar in Itaparica, Bahia, Brazil.
In the context of its research and residency program, ZK/U offers a ‘living & work’ space for artists, scholars and practitioners working in the fields of urban research, geography, anthropology, urbanism, architecture and the humanities.
The Saari Residence is a tranquil facility and a fruitful meeting point for artists and researchers. The Saari Residence offers Finnish and non-Finnish artists, critics and translators the chance to work intensively for a period of two months in a relaxed countryside setting from September to April.