Bauhaus Residence

Website: http://www.bauhaus-dessau.de/en/bauhaus-residency/open-call-2018.html

The Bauhaus Dessau Foundation invites international artists to live and work in the Schlemmer house in Dessau. The programme is catering to artists with an overall interest in the areas that are historically being represented by Bauhaus and that have developed from it until today: painting, design, textile, architecture, sculpture, photography, film. The Open Call is not open to students. Teams are welcome. The Bauhaus Dessau Foundation will provide the selected artists with living and work space in the Schlemmer House and a monthly expense allowance of 1,200 Euros. The three-monthly Artist-in-Residence stays will take place between April and October 2018 in consultation with the Foundation. The proposed project should be related to Bauhaus and the Foundation’s annual topic in 2018 “Standards”.

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Expires: September 6, 2017


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