Artists in Residence at Tadeusz Kantor House

Website: http://kantorfoundation.pl/en/english-open-call-for-autumn-2017-artists-in-residence-at-tadeusz-kantor-house-in-poland/

Tadeusz Kantor Foundation and Adam Mickiewicz Institute are announcing an open call for artists for an autumn Artists in Residence programme in Tadeusz Kantor House in Hucisko. The residency programme is centered around a stay at Tadeusz Kantor house, located in a countryside area near the city of Kraków, in Poland. The application is open for international artists of all fields, but the main focus of the programme is the visual and performance art. The application is open also for researchers, writers and curators. The residency duration shall be around 3-4 weeks, between mid October and the end of November 2017. The residency offers full travel costs coverage, honorary (ca. 600€), accommodation in Kantor’s house in Hucisko, perdiems and a production budget (ca. 500€).

 

Expires: September 16, 2017


Similar Opportunities

25th September 2017

Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency

Iniva (Institute of International Visual Arts) and Stuart Hall Foundation announce the second Stuart Hall Library Artist’s Residency commencing in February 2018. The residency is a funded opportunity …

29th September 2017

MMCA Residency

MMCA Residency run by the National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea (MMCA), offers an open call for the International Artists/Researchers Residency Program 2018. They are now receiv …

29th September 2017

Archisle Photographer in Residence

Archisle: The Jersey Contemporary Photography Programme, hosted by the Société Jersiaise (Jersey Society) in the British Channel Island of Jersey aims to promote contemporary photography through an on …


Related articles / resources


Featured project

Artquest Rates

A discount scheme in support of artist-run workshops and the artists that use them. London Sculpture Workshop, Hackney Wick Kitmapper, across London and the country Thames Barrier Print Studio, Woolwi …

Read more


Comments