From 1 to 3 weeks
Paid by host:

Belgium’s LIBITUM residency programme offers:

  • Individual support for each project and exchange sessions with invited experts
  • Creation grants of 1000€ may be awarded to support a maximum of 8 projects among those selected and hosted in the framework of this residency programme.
Paid by artist:

Artists wishing to benefit from this residency must prove that they have public or private funding (regional, national, international) for the project for which they are applying for a residency or an operating grant to pay the team in residency.

Application guidelines:

To apply, artists need to fill an online form.


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Belgium’s LIBITUM residency program welcomes, supports and brings together Belgian and international artists, from all disciplines, for personal research and creation, as well as for collective exchanges around their projects.

Initiated and supported by Ad Lib, in partnership with the ROx, the Pied en Coulisse and the villages of the Commune of Rouvroy, the first edition of this program will gather and welcome about twenty artists per week from June 4 to 25, 2023 in Gaume (Belgium).

Between 20 and 25 projects will be supported in residence and a maximum of 8 projects will be eligible for a grant.

Belgium’s LIBITUM residencies are open to the following disciplines: music, dance, theater, circus and street arts, digital arts, audiovisual creation, visual arts, fashion, design, book arts, urban arts, installation and performance.

Applications are open until December 20, 2022.

Before applying, we invite you to carefully read the possibilities and conditions of participation as well as the eligibility and selection criteria: download the call for applications here.

To apply, follow this link.

Studio Information

A workspace is provided adapted to each project: studios, an equipped stage, a dance room, multipurpose rooms, a soundproof room, workshops, a wood and metal construction workshop, outdoor work and rehearsal spaces.

Accommodation Information

Accommodation for the resident artists is provided and is located in a rural environment with furnished accommodation. The organisation also provides studios, guest houses or caravans, and an adjoining communal living space equipped with Wi-Fi.

Contact information

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84160 Vaugines

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