Thalie Art Foundation Residency

Website: http://www.thalieartfoundation.org/en/project-archive/francais-appel-a-residences-2017/

The Thalie Art Foundation’s mission is to support various forms of socially-engaged contemporary art, accompanying socio-artistic projects as well as promoting intercultural exchanges. The residency welcomes artists and curators committed on societal themes. The artistic proposal must take place in and around Brussels. The project is to be in collaboration with local actors involved with the cultural and social life of Brussels. Artists and curators who have already carried an international visual art or dance project and wish to explore the territory of Brussels in its cultural diversity are eligible to apply. The residency is open to all, without distinction of nationality. The residency will last up to four months and will include production funding up to 4000€, accommodation, a 600€ monthly stipend and travel costs. There is a 12€ application fee.

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Expires: August 31, 2016


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