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There is currently an open call from the European Investment Bank (EIB) - Artist Development Programme (deadline: 20 February). To apply, please send:
Deadline for application is 20 February at midnight (GMT+1). Applications must be fully completed and submitted in due time in order to be considered. The applications should be sent digitally to Ms. Delphine Munro.
The CCRN as a centre for cultural exchange and meetings organizes activities that are based on the idea of "a dialogue of cultures, culture of dialogue".
For some years, the European Investment Bank offers a residency programme called Artist Development Program (ADP) hosted by the Abbaye.
The ADP provides an opportunity for the two emerging visual artists to develop their practice during a four–six-week residency in Luxembourg. During this time, they will each be mentored by a leading peer, internationally acclaimed artist. The ADP aims to promote two individual emerging artists by associating them with an established artist from the creative field. The main practical objective of the programme is to help bring about the production of two independent innovative artistic projects.
The residency is open to all individuals wishing to develop their practice in a professional context by creating a new (body of) work(s). Applicants should be under 35 years of age at the time of application. Applicants must have the nationality of one of the EU countries. In order to facilitate communications with the mentor and local artistic environment in Luxembourg, participants should be fluent in English.
Budget and duration
The EIB Institute will take over the two artists' travel costs to and from Luxembourg. The artists in residence will also receive a stipend (EUR 100 per day each). At the end of the residency, the participants will receive a success fee of EUR 1,500 each, provided they have produced an artwork.
Before or during the residency in Luxembourg, the beneficiaries will spend a few days visiting the mentor and experiencing the latter's creative studio(s) in London. The duration of the residency in Luxembourg will be four–six weeks, in June/July 2015. The artists participating in the ADP will be provided a living/working space located in Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster, situated in the culturally rich Grund district of Luxembourg City.
Upon completion of the residency, the EIB might consider acquiring the artwork(s), which was/were produced on site, from the artists.
About the EIB (European Investment Bank): The EIB is the European Union’s bank, owned by the 28 Member States. As the largest multilateral borrower and lender, it provides finance and expertise for sound and sustainable investment projects, mostly in the EU. For further information please visit the website. (www.eib.org)
About the EIB Institute’s Arts programme: Besides managing the EIB art collection, the EIB Institute extends its support to young creative talent in Europe through intra muros shows or exhibitions at outside venues and dedicated arts programmes which engage with the staff of the EIB, its stakeholders and the general public. For further information please visit the website. (http://institute.eib.org/programmes/arts/)
Accommodation for artist-in-residence programmes in Luxemburg can be organised at the CCRN. Please have a look here for further information on the CCRN accommodation facilities.
The Neumünster Abbey Cultural Exchange Center (CCRN), inaugurated in May 2004 after ten years of restoration work, is located in the heart of the old quarters, on an itinerary which is classified Unesco world heritage.
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