AiR Platform NL

AiR Platform NL

An international practice in the arts is often taken for granted. Searching for new 'markets' to showcase work, engage with new audiences, tap into other sources of income or inspiration are legitimate motivations for art professionals to travel and work elsewhere.

Open call for application: general, research and essay print residence

The applications for residencies in 2019 at the Frans Masereel Centrum are now open

Since its inception in 2016, the SEA Fellowship has pioneered an individual model and developed into a significant platform for professional advancement

AiR network Brabant is an initiative by artist-in-residence organizations in Brabant. With support of  bkkc (Kunstloc) and AIR Platform NL, AiR network Brabant sets out to increase the visibility of Air programs in the Brabant region and improve the position of these organizations and the artists involved.

The Van Eyck invites artists, designers, architects, landscape architects, curators, critics, writers to apply for a residency at the Jan van Eyck Academie for 6 to 12 months

The artists’ residence of the IK Foundation will close its doors after 10 years. Initiated by artist Jan van Munster, the program allowed artists to refresh and deepen their practice within the premises of its location in Oost-Souburg, Zeeland.

DutchCulture, together with IETM, the largest performing arts network in the world, and On the Move, cultural mobility information network active in Europe and worldwide, publishes a new Toolkit for fairer international collaborations, written by Mike van Graan.

A short list of Dutch residency programmes that welcome applications all year long.

Imagine you start your own AiR program. Time and space to offer to artists: it seems such a simple concept. But.... what does it really take?