Res Artis: Worldwide Network of Arts Residencies is partnering with UCL (University College London) to conduct a survey to assess the true impact of COVID-19 specifically on the arts residencies field.

Rupert’s residency programme is dedicated to local and international practitioners and thinkers (such as artists, writers, curators, researchers, cultural managers and academics)

The GMEA – National Center for Music Creation of Albi-Tarn was founded in 1981. Among eight other centers in France, it is part of a network certified by the french Ministry of Culture.

As economies and everyday routines are disrupted around the world, Eyebeam is taking action to support artists who are imagining a more humane digital realm. They aim to help artists

While some artists can't leave the country and others can't arrive due to travel restrictions, questions rise how to overcome these issues in a mobility based practice. Have a look at the following artists and AiR programs in the Netherlands and their take on the current situation.

ARCUS Project’s artist-in-residence program provides opportunities for emerging artists in the field of contemporary art to cultivate their artistic creativity and vision

TransArtists did an interview with Bénédicte Alliot, director of Cité internationale des arts in Paris about Covid-19 and how their residency is dealing with this situation, the importance of art and artists in these times, the solidarity amongst institutions and so on.

Call for Participation in a Free, Virtual, International Art Exchange

The COVID-19 coronavirus seems to have brought a necessary slowdown, if not a downright halt to artistic and cultural gatherings, exchanges and cross-border productions.