Artist-in-Residence-Programme

Website: http://www.artists-in-residence-austria.at/go/ZDY5MjMyNG

In co-operation with KulturKontakt Austria, the Austrian Federal Chancellery makes available 50 residencies in Austria (Vienna and Salzburg) for the year 2018. The residency is designed to offer an opportunity to familiarise oneself with the Austrian art scene and cultural environment and to make contact with Austrian artists. Residents are expected to complete a project during their stay. This call is open to artists whose permanent place of residence is outside of Austria and who have completed their training. The age limit for applicants is 40 years. Length of stay is between 1 – 3 months. Residencies take place in Vienna (all disciplines) or Salzburg (only visual arts, photography, video and media arts). The residency provides accommodation, use of a community studio and a contribution to cost of living expenses of € 800 per month.

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Expires: September 18, 2017


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