For the non-funded support program: Travel, accommodation, living expenses, creation/research cost etc. needs to be covered by the applicant. Successful candidates must provide financial document e.g. bank statement and must purchase travel insurance.
The artist must be based in and holds a nationality of one of the following countries or regions: Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Maldives, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam.
The researcher/curator must research modern and contemporary Asian art. Open to all nationalities.
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum opened in 1999, as part of the city's progressive strategy for cultivating cultural network with Asian countries. Through artistic activities of invited artists from designated Asian countries, the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum provides opportunities for both the artists and the local community to experience unique artistic collaborations. FAAM believes these opportunities will result in widening and deepening further understanding of Asia and its cultural possibilities. Fukuoka Asian Art Museum runs two residency programs annually:
Participating artists and researchers/curators are expected to take part in art exchange program such as talks/presentations while at the residency. They also have the opportunity to organize events and/or exhibitions to share their accomplishment.
Located in the central Fukuoka, which is less than 15 min from international airport by subway. The museum is located on the 8th floor of a commercial building. Public transport: Nakasu Kawabata Station on the Fukuoka City Subway Line is located on the B1 of the building.
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