Studio, shared accommodation, a monthly scholarship of 5,000 NIS, professional enrichment program (workshops, lectures, discussions, art salon events, exhibition opportunities, professional exposure).
Each year 6 Israeli artists and curators will be selected by a committee of diverse professional advisors. Application is available online on selected dates. In addition 8 international artists and curators will be invited (on recommendation) for a period of up to 3 months.
They are looking for emerging artists and curators who are interested in being a part of an artistic community and contribute to the group. Please check their website regularly for latest information.
ARTPORT TEL-AVIV is the new art arena of The Center for Young Art, a nonprofit organization founded by Jason Arison, Chairman of The Ted Arison Family Foundation. It aspires to be a home for emerging artists and to serve as a platform for an alternative artistic dialogue, between the local contemporary art scene, international organizations and independent artists worldwide.
ARTPORT TEL-AVIV will organize collaborative community and artistic projects, group exhibitions, studio visits, art salons, lectures, master classes, and visibility of Israeli art scene to a large community of creative collaborators.
Residents will benefit from a rich program, consisting of workshops, lectures, discussions, encounters with curators, possibilities of public presentations of work, studio visits.... And will have the possibility to explore Israel and reflect on their individual work.
All residents will participate in a social based art project, exhibition.
A shared apartment (fully equipped) for all artists (accommodation is optional for the Israeli artists).
Private studio (20 square meters) basically equipped.
Located in Tel Aviv.
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