Artist in Residency 2020 Kavli Institute for Nanosciences

Website: http://kavli.tudelft.nl/kavli-artist-residence/

The Artist-in-Residence fellowship offers a talented international artist working in the fields of conceptual art, visual art, photography, music, design, dance, film, or theatre an opportunity to work on a project within the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft. He/she will be invited to come to KIND for a period of about 3 months, in which he/she will have the opportunity to closely interact with the scientists at the institute, join in work discussions, experience lab work, and the like. The expectation is that the Artist-in-Residence fellowship will result in a piece of art that relates to the nanoscience at KIND. The Artist-in-Residence will be awarded a reimbursement of € 4000 for each month that is spent at KIND, to compensate for lost earnings for the duration of the fellowship. The fellowship includes the free use of an apartment in the historic center of Delft, office space, and other facilities such as assistance by a secretary. KIND will also reimburse reasonable travel costs for the one-time travel to and from Delft.

Expires: September 30, 2019


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