Armenian, English, Russian
1 month - 8 months - can be discussed
Paid by host:

There is no sponsorship for this call. Today Art will provide letters for successful residents and support their applications for any fund support for their program.

Paid by artist:

Applicants are responsible for covering the residency fee of 200 euro a month that includes the studio rent, utilities and administrative support.

Application guidelines:

Please send your Portfolio/website and project proposal (Max 700 word) to: [email protected]

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Today Art Initiative

Today Art Initiative


Today Art is located in Yerevan and running a residency program since 2014. In 2019 they founded a rural art residency in Armenia, that hosts artists in different regions of Armenia.

Rural Art Residency Armenia's next location is lovely Dilijan. In partnership with Balcony Dilijan, an opportunity is created for international artists who would like to develop their art practice in Dilijan, Tavush Province, one of the most beautiful towns in Armenia.

We would like to hear from artists, curators and writers who need a quiet place by the river, who are interested to discover this magic town and to develop their art practice. They will also have opportunity to make collaborations in local context and meet the community.

The residencies start from 10 of August 2021.


If an artist would like to have an exhibition during the residency, we will discuss it further.

Studio Information

A big room inside of the house, also with an outside yard and a huge co-working balcony.

Accommodation Information

The artists will have a room, shared kitchen and bathroom. They have 5 rooms and can host 10 artists at once.


Dilijan is a spa town and urban municipal community in the Tavush Province. It's known for spa resorts and traditional craft workshops. The town is surrounded by the forests of Dilijan National Park. The Geological Museum and Art Gallery displays archaeological finds and international art. North of town, Haghartsin Monastery is a complex of stone churches. East, Goshavank Monastery is known for its intricate khachkars, or carved stones. The town has a population of 17,712 and is 95.9 km from Yerevan.

Contact information

4/33 Egh. Tadevosyan

tai.todayart [at]