Künstlerhaus Lauenburg Residential Fellowships

Website: http://www.transartists.org/article/residential-fellowships-2017-k%C3%BCnstlerhaus-lauenburg

Künstlerhaus Lauenburg in Germany is a society for fine art, literature, and composition and offers emerging artists the possibility to create new projects and to present them to an interested public. Artists, authors and composers without any restrictions of age, origin or residence can apply. The residency fellowship includes free use of an apartment and studio. Every fellow receives 700 EUR per month for the time of his/her stay at the Künstlerhaus. The fellowship for fine art runs for 5,5 months (around 22 weeks). It starts on May 15 2017 and ends on October 31 2017. There is an application fee of 10 Euros.

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Expires: October 31, 2016


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