Disciplines 
Visual Arts
Language 
English
Founded 
2015
Duration 
3 months
Paid by host 
  • Accomodation, with a live/work studio, work terraces, common living room and kitchen
  • Monthly living stipend (N50,000) with monthly Internet, Television, and Cleaner included
  • Production Allowance (N100,000) towards the cost of materials for the duration of the residency period
  • Artist Mentorship for the duration of the residency period
  • Participation in Public Programmes, including artist talk, open studios, and workshop
  • End of Year Exhibition featuring all resident artists
Paid by artist 

Travel and visa costs

Application guidelines 

Winter Session: January 16-April 7, 2017
Spring Session: April 24-July 21, 2017
Fall Session: September 11-December 8, 2017

To apply for the Arthouse Foundation Artist Residency Programme 2017, complete the application form by September 2, 2016 and submit online. Please note that all applications must be submitted with 3 jpg images of previous work on the bottom of this form. You will receive an email confirmation of your completed application after you have submitted your application online.

Deadline 
02/09/2016

Arthouse Foundation

Arthouse Foundation

Description 

The Arthouse Foundation is a newly created non-profit initiative of Arthouse Contemporary, West Africa’s leading auction house of modern and contemporary art.

With a newly renovated building in the heart of Ikoyi, the Artist Residency Programme is at the heart of the Arthouse Foundation’s activities, offering live/work residencies throughout the year in three-month sessions. Each resident artist is offered a studio space, mentorship, art materials and logistical support for the creation of a new artistic project during their residency that engages the city of Lagos.

Artist residents will donate one work of art created during the residency period to the Arthouse Foundation. 

Outcome 

The Arthouse Foundation Residency Programme includes an intensive public initiative throughout each residency, including an artist’s talk, workshop, open studios and roundtable discussion. The Arthouse Foundation Residency Programme culminates in an end of the year exhibition showcasing the resident’s new artistic projects.

Accommodation Information 

The residency includes a communal living space with television and wireless internet, and a separate full kitchen.

Studio Information 

The residency features two artist live/work studios, each equipped with artist work tables and outdoor working space.

Location 

The Arthouse Foundation is situated in within a cultural hub of Lagos' artistic community, nearby iconic venues such as the National Museum, the Polo Club, Muson Centre, Bogobiri, and Jazz Hole. 

Address: 
28 Norman Williams Street
Off Ribadu Road
Ikoyi Lagos
Nigeria

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