Deadlines' reminder (and more)

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  • Deadlines reminder: receive via email a list of upcoming deadlines every two months.
  • Station to Station: curious about the residency phenomenon, its links with other art and culture organisations, its relevance in the art world today, its… read more

GALA final meeting in Glasgow

The March 2015 Green Art Lab Alliance meeting in Glasgow marked the end of a two year project spanning across Europe. After the conclusion of this final meeting, Creative Carbon Scotland asks how we can continue this investigation into the arts and sustainability.

The Green Art Lab Alliance was a two-year, EU-funded project, working with 19 partners across 17 different European countries that aimed to explore the links between arts and… read more


AIR Array: Perspectives on Artist in Residence Programmes

Art Motile is very happy to announce the release of the publication, AIR Array: Perspectives on Artist in Residence Programmes which compiles the content developed during the event AIR ARRAY: Meeting of Artist in Residence Programmes and Mobility Workshop for Artists which was held at Matadero Madrid and Casa de Velázquez - Académie de France à Madrid in March 2015.

The origins of this event date… read more


Activity log 2014

In 2014, DutchCulture | TransArtists was involved in the Green Art Lab Alliance, the launch of the Werkplaatsen Platform (Technical work spaces in Netherlands and Flanders) during the TopGemaakt Symposium, as well as in different conferences (Mokuhanga, Alliance of Artists Communities, ...) and workshops (in Dutch art academies and also abroad).

Read some highlights here below, and contact us to know more!

November - December 2014: Research trip through… read more


More than double glazing

Van Eyck at Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam: Symposium Sustainability in the Arts  

Ecological awareness and commitment to sustainability are major societal issues, but in the art world they seem to be playing only a minor part. The symposium MORE THAN DOUBLE GLAZING gathers inspiring speakers from across the world who are considering the question of what stance the art world could take on the ever-growing public appeal for sustainable conduct. Catching art… read more


AiR Perspectives Morocco

TransArtists' AiR Platform NL supports the development of a network of artist-in-residence initiatives in Morocco and organized a round table meeting during the Marrakech Biennale 2014. The recent developments of AiR programs feed into a longer history of artist-in-residence programs in the Maghreb. The meeting offered a platform introducing the AiR organizations as key actors in the contemporary Moroccan art field to a wider international audience.… read more


Project: Mutual AiR Impulse Russia

What about artist-in-residence in Russia?
DutchCulture|TransArtists desk found out for you. Artist-in-residence initiatives in Russia and the Netherlands gathered during an adventurous exploration (2010-2011) and a program of visits, expert meetings, and workshops in Russia & the Netherlands (2012-2013).
Mutual Impulse resulted in 4 programs, throughout 2012 and 2013.


Shifting artist-in-residence Strategies

Artist-in-Residence is a changing phenomenon. Hosts and guests develop new strategies, or they reinvent the ways they operate, because of shifting economic, political, and cultural circumstances.

The seminar brought artist-in-residence programs together from the Netherlands, Europe, and Russia, to share the latest insights in artist-in-residence strategies. Some opt for interdisciplinary research, others for integrating artistic… read more


Mutual artist-in-residence Impulse 4

Hosting the Hosts was the motto of the 4th and final stage of the Mutual Impulse project 2012-2013. DutchCulture| TransArtists invited Russian artist-in-residence hosts to the Netherlands, 11-15 December 2013. They were hosted by artist-in-residence centers throughout the country. Read here more about this inspiring exchange of Russian and Dutch artist-in-residence potential.

DutchCulture|TransArtists… read more


Mutual artist-in-residence Impulse 3

Convictions was the motto of the 3rd stage of the Mutual Impulse project, 21-25 September 2013.

A companionship of artist-in-residence delegates from Russia and the Netherlands visited residency centers in the Moscow region, with this question: what is the urgency of your initiative? What is your conviction?

The companionship:

  • Natalya Alexeeva, Residency at the OB sea, Novosibirsk… read more