Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University Artist in Residence Fellowships

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The Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University (IAS CEU) invites applications for its Artist in Residence Program for the academic year 2016/2017 under the annual theme of ”Space and Place”. IAS CEU offers one Writer in Residence fellowship and one Visual Artist in Residence fellowship. These two residential fellowships (up 5 months each with a minimum stay of 3 months) are offered to writers and visual artists who relate in innovative and convincing ways to the annual theme,in creative writing (such as poetry,prose,drama,screen and playwriting) and in various visual media,including film and digital applications. A net allowance of EUR 2,000 per month plus accommodation in the Raoul Wallenberg Guesthouse,shared office space at IAS / CEU premises as available,equipment and technical support from the CEU Media Lab and some support for research.

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Expires: March 20, 2016


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