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AiR Collections (Page)

The AiR Collections were a thematic collection on artist-in-residence opportunities worldwide.

Art Studio Itsukaichi (Organisation profile)

The artist-in-residence program was initiated as part of TAMA Life 21, an event held in 1993 to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Tama area joining Tokyo. The purpose of this program is to invite young artists who are being active throughout the world.

ARCUS Project (Organisation profile)

Artist-in-Residence Program of ARCUS Project which aims to support the artistic activities of emerging artists was launched in 1994 by Ibaraki Prefectural Government as its main organizer. In its 25 years of history, ARCUS Project has invited 103 artists including pairs from 33 countries/regions, and supported their artistic projects and researches during the residence. 

P3 Art and Environment Office (Organisation profile)

Yokohama Triennale 2004 (Organisation profile)

Fujino (Organisation profile)

(1) International personal interaction and exchange that reaches across differences in cultures and values (through residence program and artist-initiated activities) (2) Further development of the Fujino Furusato Art Village Concept and stimulation of local culture (3) Enlightened awareness of the natural environment (4) Contact with high-quality art on a trial basis

Palais de Tokyo (Organisation profile)

The Pavillon is the art research lab at Palais de Tokyo in Paris. The Pavillon provides a space for exchange between artists, fostering a reflection on the practices and implications of art in the contemporary moment. It is also a site where practice becomes immediately inscribed in the field of art.

Art Quest (Organisation profile)

Video Art Center Tokyo (Organisation profile)

Arts Initiative Tokyo (Organisation profile)

Arts Initiative Tokyo is a non-profit contemporary art platform which creates a range of programmes and events in Tokyo, Japan. AIT host artists and curators for one to three month residencies in Tokyo. There is a two storey converted Japanese 'kura' or store-house in Yukigaya, Tokyo where residents can stay. When there are more residents, they rent apartments in central Tokyo.