Apply any time

Apply any time

Find here residency programmes that welcome applications all year long. Keep in mind that applying for an artist-in-residence program takes a lot of preparation time: we advise you to check this page on a regular base.

Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts (Canada)

The Gibraltar Point residency program provides professional artists with a fully subsidized opportunity to live and work on Toronto Islands for one month. The program is open to artists who are engaged in the research or creation of work and is designed to provide participants with uninterrupted time to think, create and...

Harbourfront Centre (Canada)

Craft Studio Artist-in-Residence program is meant for recently graduated from a recognized craft, design or art college/university and are interested in pursuing a full-time career in craft, you should consider an artists residency in the Craft Studio. This residency programme acts as a stepping stone between school and a...

Gallery 44 (Canada)

Gallery 44 Centre for contemporary photography is a non-profit artist-run centre committed to photography as a multi-faceted and ever-changing art form. Founded in 1979 to establish a supportive environment for the development of photography, Gallery 44’s mandate is to provide a context for reflection and dialogue on contemporary photography and its...

Atelier Presse Papier (Canada)

To provide working and living space for visual artists, and create in that way a collaboration with his own members.

Dragon Dance Artist Residency (Canada)

For people intersted in working away from their daily environment, Dragon Dance residency offers a residency opportunity where artists can come and work on their own projects for a period of 1 to 3 months at a time.

Atelier Silex (Canada)

Bringing together professional artists. To date, 14 members from different disciplines.

International Writers' and Artists' Residency - Val-David (Canada)

The Residency is a non for profit organization geared to support international writers and artists in their creative endeavors. The biannual International Festivals held at the Residence in May and October of each year provide a meeting place for artists and...

Yactac (Canada)

The Young Asian Canadian Twin Artists Collective stems from the uniqueness of Yactac culture, one that is infused with coincidences, cohesive thinking, *magic, and irony. Their goal is to channel those unique elements into creation/formation/discussion of contemporary art.

Yactac as a collective is dedicated to the necessities of art flow. To promote, support,...

Western Front Society (Canada)

The residency program at the Western Front offers artists the opportunity to produce new work, collaborate with like minded individuals, and to promote their work and ideology within the Vancouver arts community. Artists have access to our facilities for periods ranging from one month to one year. The program is aimed at...

Malaspina Printmakers Society (Canada)

The aims of the Society are to facilitate greater communication among artist-printmakers, to provide them with a fully equipped studio and to increase public awareness of interest in fine art prints and printmaking. Malaspina acts as a major resource centre to artist-printmakers and to the public at large.