Caltech Huntington Art + Research Residency Program

The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) is welcoming applications for an artist residency, which is part of the Caltech-Huntington Program in Visual Culture, managed by Caltech’s Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences in coordination with The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens (“The Huntington”).

The Art + Research Residency Program provides an artist the opportunity to develop a…read more


Studio and Curatorial Fellowships NXTHVN

NXTHVN is pleased to announce the opening of its annual open call for Studio and Curatorial Fellows. Founded in 2018, NXTHVN was designed with a core aim to build an alternative model of arts mentorship and career acceleration through a specially designed curriculum. Each year, NXTHVN welcomes up to seven artists and two curators to participate in its paid ten-month intensive fellowship Program.

The application is open until February 26, 2024.

Each fellow will receive studio or…read more


Back to Basics

Residency program for artists, writers and creative professionals at Arteles Creative Center, Hämeenkyrö, Finland
Back to Basics residency program gives artists the opportunity to clear their mind, get back to focus and (re)discover the very basis of being. Take a break from your smartphone, reconnect with your creativity, be part of nature and learn to stay present again.
Arteles Creative Center hosts over 120 artists per year in selected multidisciplinary groups of 12-15 creative…read more
a group of people walking on the street besides a wall with graffiti on it.

Future Hospitalities: peer-to-peer meeting in Amsterdam

Peer-to-peer meeting organized by DutchCulture|TransArtists AiR NL and Kunstenpunt, BE (max. 40 participants)

Date: Friday 16 June 2023
Time: 10:00 - 18.00 CEST
Language: English
Location: Vlaams Cultuurhuis de…read more

An illustration of mike, chairs, boxing gloves, handcuffs on a yellow background

Safety training for residencies and cultural organisations

Date: Tuesday 23 May

Time: 15.00 – 16.30 CEST

Where: Online (Zoom)

In the last decades, with everything accelerated and without much time to recover in between crises, as a residency host or a cultural professional is almost inevitable that you worked with, or hosted, artists who are at risk.

When welcoming an artist coming from a crisis area, apart from compassion and empathy, you need to provide…read more

detail of a wall painting by Espace Fxmme - Talk to the Walls, of a person holding a brick in their hand, at Globe Aroma, Brussels

Future Hospitalities: hosting, learning and changing


Webinar: Culture Moves Europe for residency hosts

Culture Moves Europe provides mobility grants for artists and cultural professionals in all 40 Creative Europe countries. It covers the sectors of architecture, cultural heritage, design and fashion design, literary translation, music, performing arts and visual arts. Specific measures are taken to encourage green mobility and to ensure access for everyone active in the cultural and creative…read more

The hard copy of the book "On Care. Journey into the Relational Nature of Artists’ Residencies"

Book Launch: On Care. A Journey into the Relational Nature of Artists’ Residencies

The publication On Care. A Journey into the Relational Nature of Artists’ Residencies is the result of a collaboration between the artist residency programs Ujazdowski Castle Centre for Contemporary Art from…read more

view from a balcony over the city of Paris, with trees the Seine river and its old buildings on the riverside

Looking back at 'Hospitality in Times of Crisis'

Since the outbreak of the war in Ukraine, or better said, during any time of war, many artists-in-residencies have been motivated to start hosting and helping refugee artists. Designated structures like Artists at Risk expanded their capacity in response to the increased demand for shelter. Artist initiatives organised benefits and…read more

Four people leaning out of the window of a white house with a blue roof at Co.iki residency in Tokyo, Japan

Sharing the Ukrainian voice in Co-iki residency, Tokyo

Co-iki residency is situated within the western part of Tokyo, Japan. Yoko Negami, the initiator of Co-iki, describes the venue as a typical Japanese house; with tatami floors and sliding doors in a residential area with lots of greenery. The house overlooks Sakura trees and farming grounds shared with the local residents, a special vista…read more