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  • Clay Artist in Residence

    Residency in Philadelphia, USA for artists whose primary medium is clay. Studio, accomodation, material stipend up to $200, and a $500 a month stipend are provided. Each artists is required to leave one work for the permanent collection and present and evening slide lecture and offere demonstration classes.

  • Kunstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral
    00 49 2603 9419 16
    00 49 2603 9419 0
    Villenpromenade 11, D-56130 Bad Ems, Germany

    The Kuenstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral is an institution of the Foundation for Culture in Rheinland-Pfalz. It is a place of artistic production, theoretical reflection and social and artistic contact. It promotes artists and under special circumstances, theoreticians from around the world through the allocation of residential fellowships. The Kuenstlerhaus also has the objective of reaching the public through events such as lectures, seminars, concerts and exhibitions. Since its foundation in 1995, the work of artists here has covered the disciplines of painting, sculpture, installation, drawing, graphic art, design, photography as well as theory. Deadline: usually mid-summer.

  • HIAP Standard Residency Programme
    HIAP, Cable Factory C4, Tallberginkatu 1 C 97, FIN-00180, Finland

    The HIAP Standard Residency Programme is offered to arts professionals from a wide range of disciplines, including, but not limited to, Visual and Media Arts, Dance, Theatre and Literature. A Standard Residency includes accommodation and studio space at HIAP Studios free of charge for the duration of 1–3 months. The studios, which combine living and working space, are located in Cable Factory and on the island of Suomenlinna, both in Helsinki, Finland. HIAP The residency does not include  a working grant or travel fees.

  • Dazibao, centre de photographies actuelles
    5455 de Gaspé avenue, offices 903, Montréal, (Québec) H2T 3B3

    Dazibao is an artist-run centre dedicated to the dissemination of contemporary photography. The centre serves as a launching pad for young artists, and as an ideal place for more established artists to initiate and disseminate new projects. Dazibao welcomes proposals for exhibitions and publications artists from around the world.

  • Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards

    If you are aged 16-30 and need funding to get your new business idea or project off the ground, the Shell LiveWIRE Grand Ideas Awards offers up to to 5 x 1,000,- prizes every month to the most innovative ideas submitted by new businesses (in their first 12 months of trading). Apply until the last day of each month for the 1,000,- Grand Ideas Awards. You need to create a username and password before being a able to download the application form.

  • Associate Artist Residency
    020 8981 6811

    Acme Studios is accepting applications directly from international artists for the Associate Artist Residency programme. Artists working in any discipline are welcome to apply for 1, 2, or 3 month self-funded residencies. These can be developed around a particular project or conceived of as a networking and contacts focused, using the residency framework as a base to explore London. Requirements: five years of professional practice strong English language skills. AAR fees and accommodation paid by the artist.

  • Pollock-Krasner Foundation

    The Foundation welcomes applications from visual artists who are painters, sculptors and artists who work on paper, including printmakers. There are no deadlines. The Foundation encourages applications from artists who have genuine financial needs; grants are intended for a one-year period of time. Artists are required to submit a cover letter, an application, and images of current work. Professional exhibition history will be taken into consideration.

  • Artist in Residence - Taiwan

    Bamboo Curtain Studio is supported by the National Culture and Arts Foundation and the Council for Cultural Affairs in Taiwan. They offer six free recidency slots a year, comprising exhibition space and production residency; however the program does not provide travel and living cost. Bamboo Studio especially welcomes applicants working with cross discipline, environment, or community projects. All projects selected by the jury will be offered either a free exhibition and/or residency opportunities according to their proposals.

  • STEP Beyond Travel grants

    Travel grant for art professionals, researchers, journalists and artists from European countries. STEP Beyond encourages travel by contributing to costs of recipients. 

  • Bridge Guard

    In the year 2001 the Maria Valeria bridge between Štúrovo (Slovakia) and Esztergom (Hungary) was reopened. This ongoing Residency see an artists 'on guard' of the Bridge for three to 6 months. Besides being able to work on their own projects the artists main duties are: to work at least one afternoon with children, be available for discussions with the high school students at least once and to have at least one public appearance, be it an exhibition or performance. Fees will be 500 CHF per month, travelling expenses and insurance costs cannott be reimbursed.

  • Quartier21
    MuseumsQuartier E+B Ges, Museumsplatz 1, A-1070 Wien, Austria
    Elisabeth Hajek, Co-ordinator

    Their studio program is predominantly intended for artists who work in the fields of digital culture, fashion, or design. Additionally, the studios are fully booked until 2013 and also have a very long waiting list. Residencies are awarded for a minimum period of two month and a maximum of six months. The artist will be given EUR 1,050 per month and free live / work studio..

  • East London Printmakers Artist Residency Programme

    Since East London Printmakers' tenth anniversary in 2008, the studio has been running a residency programme. The purpose is to promote professional development in printmaking and to create an arena for visiting artists to share their knowledge and experiences with ELP members.Two artists per year will receive: 24-hour access to the studio's facilities, 4.5 days a week, £100 budget for materials, £200 fee for running a one-day master workshop, free membership for one year and storage space. Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to apply. The programme is open to local, national and foreign artists. For full details please visit the website.

This article is from the Artlaw Archive of Henry Lydiate's columns published in Art Monthly since 1976, and may contain out of date material.
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