Language 
English
Founded 
2013
Duration 
6-12 months
Paid by host 

$30 CND / Month

Application guidelines 

1. A completed application form
2. Visual support material as one or more of the following:

- a link to your website or online portfolio that comprehensively shows your artistic practice
- up to 10 jpeg images (consult the application form for details)
- up to 3 videos or other digital media (consult the application form for details)

3. Curriculum Vitae (maximum three pages)

Please submit all required material to: [email protected]

Deadline 
25/06/2016

Residency For Artists On Hiatus (RFAOH)

Residency For Artists On Hiatus (RFAOH)

Description 

Residency For Artists On Hiatus (RFAOH) is a virtual yet functioning residency available to artists who, for one reason or another, are not currently making or presenting art. The residency exists in the form of a website only, and the residents are selected based on their proposals of "on-hiatus" activities (or non-activities) through international open calls. Selected residents are represented on the RFAOH´s website by a dedicated page where they post periodic reports of their "non-art" endeavours during their residency. The visitors of their page can leave comments or share their reports. A modest stipend will be awarded to successful applicants to assist in their on-hiatus endeavours.

Outcome 

At the conclusion of their residency, residents are expected to submit a final report on how they benefited from or were otherwise influenced by this opportunity. RFAOH plans to publish a full-colour "annual report" to archive paticipants' on-hiatus endeavours each year.

Studio Information 

The resident will have a dedicated page within RFAOH website.

Address: 
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Montreal, QC --
Canada

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