Currently there are no scholarships or support funds attached to this programme. However, selected candidates are issued a letter of support for individual grant seeking. The resident is expected to provide one open event in various formats such as a master-class, seminar, off-site lecture, open studio day, training course, etc.
Please check their website for the current calls, deadlines and application forms.
Currently, there is a call for Ukrainian (or those who are who currently resides in Ukraine) artists and groups working with any media (sound, installation, photography, painting, video, sculpture, partisan practices, research, etc.) Website for details.
IZOLYATSIA is a non-profit non-governmental platform for contemporary culture founded in 2010 on the territory of a former insulation materials factory in Donetsk, Ukraine. On June 9, 2014, the territory was seized by the militia of the self-proclaimed “Donetsk People’s Republic”. IZOLYATSIA has relocated to a shipyard in Kyiv and continues to present cultural projects and support socially active artists and creative producers in Kyiv, throughout Ukraine, and worldwide, as well as serving as a resource for international curators, scholars, artists and ambassadors.
IZOLYATSIA is the name inherited from the Donetsk factory, which previously produced insulation materials. The foundation’s mission is to inspire positive change in Ukraine by using culture as an instrument. It is a multidisciplinary cultural project open to all genres of creative expression. It is a point of intersection for all those passionate about cultural and social change. IZOLYATSIA has three intertwined directions of activity: art, education and projects geared at activating Ukraine’s creative sector.
Communal accommodation (B&B, each resident has his/her own room and shower/toilet facilities) within easy reach to IZOLYATSIA.