The Blitz residency programme provides the opportunity to live and work in Valletta and to develop individual projects while experiencing and engaging with city’s rich cultural heritage. Blitz is a space in the heart of the city that will be European Capital of Culture in 2018.
The »WimmelResearch-Fellowship« is awarded as part of a joint project between Robert Bosch GmbH, Akademie Schloss Solitude and Wimmelforschung. The purpose of the fellowship is to support encounters as well as interdisciplinary exchange in the context of science, economy and art. The next fellowship will be awarded from October 1, 2016 to December 31, 2016.
The Africa Centre is seeking applications from emerging to late career African artists in various disciplines. The following AIR partners will select an artist from a short list provided by the Africa Centre, for one of their 2017 or 2018 residencies: Jiwar, Khoj, Sacatar Foundation, Bellagio Center, Bundanon Trust, Fountainhead Residency, Handshake 302.
Sam Rit Residency is inviting artists of all mediums, arts managers and arts workers, academics of all disciplines, researchers and students to experience an unique opportunity in the rural Thai rice farming village of Sam Rit.
Archisle: The Jersey Contemporary Photography Programme is accepting applications for its 6-month funded residency program running from April to September 2017. Selected artist will be provided with £10,000 award for a new body of work and solo exhibition, studio, living accommodation, stipend and travel costs. Apply by 18 September.
The Bemis Center is starting a one-year, fully funded curator-in-residence position in 2017. Selected curator will be involved in all curatorial and administrative aspects of organizing 3 exhibitions during the residency. Deadline in 29 August 2016.
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.
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.