Some parts of expenses for production (For this, put your budget plan in the artist’s statement of the plan). For the participants from foreign country, flight and accommodation are eligible.
Local transportation, living, health insurance and visa costs.
Community space Litmus was established in 2007 as a place where the people who ran it, such as artists, critics, exhibition planners, social activists, workers, and immigrants, could experiment with forms of art. Litmus, which is located in the ‘Borderless Village’ at Wongok-dong, Ansan city, reflects the multi-cultural personality of the area, where up to 80% of the population is immigrants. Litmus was established in this area, where several Asian immigrant communities are concentrated, to create and exchange culture, by developing and operating various programs, respecting each others differences, and creating a space where people of various nationalities and ethnicities can meet using culture as a medium.
Artists should concentrate on the project during the residency and festival in for the artwork, joining in the programs of Asia Art Festival. Artists will present their works during the festival, in outdoor places inside of Wongok-dong such as park, restaurants, stores etc.
A residential apartment with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1 kitchen. Artist may have to share a room with another artist (1 room for 2 artists).
Free WiFi available.
Ansan City, Southwest of Seoul. It is a multicultural area where there are many migrant workers residing.
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