Deadlines

Oct 31  

Akademie Schloss Solitude (Germany)

The Academy constitutes a meeting point for artists from the world's various continents and cultures, as well as for representatives of different artistic fields and positions. They have the possibility of getting to know one anothers' work and exchanging...

Sep 30  
Oct 31  

HIAP (Finland)

The HIAP Residency Programme is offered to arts professionals from a wide range of disciplines, including, but not limited to, Visual and Media Arts, Dance, Theatre and...

Oct 31  

Corning Museum of Glass (United States)

The Studio’s Artist-in-Residence program brings artists from around the world to Corning. The artists spend a month at The Studio, exploring new directions in glass art, or expanding on their current bodies of work, while using the immense resources of the world’s leading...

Oct 31  

Werner Thöni Artspace (Spain)

WTA and the WTA association are founded by the Swiss artist Werner Thöni at the year of 2013. WTA is a non-profit art center who offers to 4 national or foreign artists a year a workplace and accommodation to perform an art project. Each artist will stay for a three...

Oct 31  

Global Exchange Center (China)

N & G Global Exchange Center Artists Residence programme invites artists from abroad to live in Beijing, to exchange ideas and to experience local cultures. This program is a part of their intercultural exchange program with the goal to promote better understanding and...

Nov 1  

American Academy in Rome (Italy)

Established in 1894 and chartered by an Act of Congress in 1905, the American Academy in Rome is a center that sustains independent artistic pursuits and humanistic studies.

The American Academy in Rome currently invites applications for the Rome Prize competition. ...

Nov 1  

Chongqing Air (China)

Nov 1  

PARADISE AIR (Japan)

Matsudo Community Planning Council, with the support from pachinko (Japanese pinball) parlor ‘RAKUEN’, establishes an Artist-in-Residence program called ‘PARADISE AIR’ on the vacant upper floors of the parlor.The residence name comes from ‘RAKUEN’, which means paradise in Japanese. Once, the city of...

Nov 2  

Arquetopia Oaxaca (Mexico)

Arquetopia Oaxaca is located right in the heart of the Historic Monuments Zone. Only two blocks from the popular Calle de Alcalá (a picturesque street known for its restaurants, museums, shops, and nightlife), the newly renovated adobe casona, hosting up to ten artists at a time, is also...

Nov 2  

Arquetopia (Mexico)

A large, unique three-story Mexican colonial-style house close to Puebla’s Historic District and Zócalo accommodates the offices, residency space for up to seven artists, and production spaces of Arquetopia Puebla.

The Artist-in-Residence Programs offer important professional opportunities for...