Arcus Project Artist-In-Residence

Website: http://www.arcus-project.com/en/residence/

Artist-In-Residence Program of ARCUS Project in Ibaraki, Japan aims to support the artistic activities of emerging artists. ARCUS Project Artist-In-Residence Program has focused more on the “process” of activities. They are looking for a project which does not regard final presentation as a goal, but tries to conduct a site-specific research / project within a certain period of time. It is also expected that the research / project is open to public for sharing the process and collaboration. The residency will take place from the end of August through the middle of December, 2017 (110 days). Each artist is provided with the following support during the program period: studio, accommodation, return travel to Japan. Artist will also be provided with 210,000 yen (approx. £1,500) for living and other basic expenses and 450,000 yen (approx. £ 3,200) for expense related to any kind of his / her artistic activities.

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Expires: April 20, 2017


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