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Unexpected Spaces Public Art Residency






Calling artists with a public art practice! 

Greywood Arts is awarding a four week residency 22 August – 20 September to support development of a public art project in the rural East Cork village of Killeagh. The residency provides accommodation, workspace, project support and a stipend of €1,500 to a visual, performing, multi-disciplinary or other genre of practicing artist whose project is experienced in the public realm. This year, the residency precedes Ireland’s nationwide Culture Night (September 18th) and we hope to celebrate the public art project that evening.

Unexpected Spaces aims to support an artist working in the public sphere while increasing access to art in the community of Killeagh. The artwork created during the residency should be situated or presented in the public sphere, or should be experienced from a public space. The public art residency is one component of the project, which will also offer public art themed workshops for different community groups. Unexpected Spaces is made possible by support from Cork County Council. Stipend to cover materials and living expenses, allocated at the discretion of the artist. 

This year, Unexpected Spaces will tie into Culture Night, Ireland’s annual all-island public event that celebrates culture, creativity and the arts on Friday, 18th September.

While we are completely open regarding the theme, topic and medium, the project should be responsive to the setting and context of the village.


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The Museum of Loss and Renewal is very pleased to invite applications for individual residencies.

Residency dates May – December 2020 (minimum of two weeks).
The deadline for applications is midnight Sun 29 March 2020.


- Time: to produce, reflect, explore, focus
- Individual practice / collective practice
- No expectation of a final outcome
- Excellent studio / working space
- Excellent accommodation
- Natural environment of exceptional significance
- Interdisciplinarity
- International peer-group
- Supportive environment
- Discussion facilitated by curators (Prof Emerita) Tracy Mackenna & (Dr) Edwin Janssen
- Informal mentoring after residency

An Individual Residency provides uninterrupted periods of time with no expectation of a final outcome. Whether you wish simply to be up close to your practice, allow nature to suffuse your thinking and feeling, produce new work or complete a project The Museum of Loss and Renewal does its utmost to ensure that you can achieve what you set out to do.

Applications are open to visual artists, writers, curators, performance artists, designers, musicians, theatre-makers and researchers who work either individually or collaboratively. Individuals and groups are welcomed. The museum actively encourages interdisciplinary applications from creative collectives/groups who work across disciplines.

The impact on residents’ practices is profound, generously expressed by Emily Fong as “This period has reminded me of my passion and vision for creative systems and interdisciplinary collaboration. In my practice, I am in Collemacchia every day”. Fabien Marques’ relationship with Collemacchia and the region continues as his project develops, commenting “The residency triggered new perspectives in me as an artist and as a European citizen … (it) allowed me to question contemporary issues of identity, integration and homeland, and therefore reconnect my artistic practice to social commitment”.


An individual residency provides uninterrupted periods of time with no expectation of a final outcome. 


€320 per week. The Residency Programme is operated on a non-commercial cost-covering basis, and is financially supported by The Museum of Loss and Renewal in order to keep fees low. Typically, artists source funding to support fees, flights, production costs or other subsistence by applying to their national arts funding bodies, by personal fundraising, or through academic institutional support. Letters of invitation can be provided to assist in this process.

Residents are responsible for funding and organising their own travel, insurances and any visa requirements particular to country of origin. Detailed travel information will be supplied (closest airports Naples, Rome), and collection/drop-off at a local train station / intercity bus stop will be arranged for residents (minimal cost). 

A deposit of 50% will be required within three weeks of accepting a place on the residency programme. The remaining balance is payable in advance of the residency start date.


- Creative practitioners at any stage of their career 
- Creative individuals, duos and partnerships
- Creative practitioners based in any country
- Partners/families of residents can be accommodated, space dependent


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Theatre Production Practicums 2020





Application Deadline: March 04, 2020
Dates: May 04 - August 07, 2020

Reinforce and hone basic skills and practical problem solving while working with professionals and a wide range of technology (including state of the art and legacy systems) in a safe, inclusive environment.

You will be responsible for setting your own goals and learning objectives as part of the program, with encouragement and support from a network of mentors. These mentors will provide insight into the demands of the workplace with advice and guidance on how to advance within the industry.

Learning opportunities will arise through workshops, demonstrations, instruction, and projects that arise through support for program content. You will determine individual learning objectives and goals in consultation with a mentor at the beginning of the program. 

You will experience hands-on learning in support of projects in Performing Arts residency programs. You will also receive mentorship to strengthen your technical and artistic knowledge, as well as communication, critical thinking, teamwork, leadership and problem-solving skills.
We are currently accepting applications for the following positions: 

  • Boots and Shoes Technician Practicum
  • Props Builder Practicum
  • Scenic Artist Practicum
  • Scenic Carpenter Practicum
  • Wardrobe Technician Practicum
  • Wigs and Makeup Technician Practicum
  • Wardrobe Production Shops Practicum
  • Scenic Production Shops Practicum



*The weekly program fee is covered 100% by financial assistance.

Successful applicants will receive a daily living allowance while part of the program. Practicums are responsible for their own room and board costs but are eligible for subsidized Banff Centre housing based on availability.

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Apply to Forecast's Mentorship Program 2020–21




The call for proposals for Forecast’s fifth edition is now open! Forecast is an international mentorship program and interdisciplinary network for knowledge transfer that offers artists and creative thinkers the chance to work with accomplished mentors toward bringing their projects to fruition. Forecast transcends neatly defined disciplines and genres to carve out space for the questions on the minds of the next generation of trailblazers. Creative practitioners and cultural producers working in all creative fields anywhere in the world are encouraged to apply with projects that could benefit from the expertise of one of the mentors in this edition, and from that mentor’s unique approach to material and knowledge production.

Forecast selects six different mentors for each edition, all accomplished in their respective fields, who determine the nature and content of every iteration. The mentors in Forecast’s fifth edition are chef Manu Buffara (Brazil), curator Koyo Kouoh (Cameroon), writer and researcher Evgeny Morozov (Belarus), visual artist and theater director Markus Öhrn (Sweden), musician Du Yun (China), and photographer and filmmaker Tobias Zielony (Germany).

Find out more about each mentor’s field of expertise and what he or she is looking for in a potential mentee on our website.

The deadline for applications is March 1, at 11:59pm CET. The selection process is two-tiered. First, the mentors carefully review all proposals and invite three candidates each to workshop with the mentor and present their ideas at the Forecast Forum in Berlin, taking place July 13–19, 2020. At the conclusion of the Forum, each mentor chooses one mentee.

The six mentees will receive a production budget and artist fee, and will have nine months to bring their ideas to fruition. In addition to independent, ongoing exchanges with their mentors, this period also includes a one-on-one work-stay with the mentor at an international partner institution.

The final projects will be presented to the public at the Forecast Festival, taking place April 6–10, 2021. The Forum and the Festival both take place at radialsystem, Berlin.

Forecast can only accept applications submitted in English via the online application form.


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Collage Artist Lab




Collage Artist Lab

at Tulane University Special Collections in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
Friday, 3 April-Monday, 6 April 2020

Deadline: Rolling with no applications accepted after January 5th, 2020. 

Collage Artist Lab is a four-day intensive of workshops and discussions designed to foster the integration of history and contemporary art into a collage artist’s practice.

The goal of the Collage Artist Lab is to equip artists with tools and strategies for picking up the unfinished work of history and speak to contemporary civic discourse around social, economic, and environmental issues. Through interactive sessions, collections research, and site visits with a historian, artists will explore their process and practice; present a slideshow of their work; receive supportive, critical, curatorial feedback about their ideas; and discuss contemporary issues. 

Designed with collage artists in mind, the lab considers how collagists use popular material culture in their work. The Lab will speak to issues of appropriation, copyright, and fair use and explore how the artist’s choice and understanding of material shapes the narrative of the artwork. 

Artists will complete the Lab with a project proposal for an exhibition or a book and a sample work that will be exhibited during the month of July 2020 in the Special Collections Gallery at Tulane University and will be a feature of Kolaj Fest New Orleans. Kolaj Institute will consider proposals for additional support.

Collage Artist Lab is intended for self-motivated artists, regardless of the stage in their career, who want to develop a practice of working with historic sites or history associations to create and present art that embeds itself in non-traditional spaces and speaks to a general community about contemporary issues.



Accepted artists will receive a package of information about planning their trip and readings to prepare for the Lab. Artists will be asked to prepare and submit a 5-7 minute slide presentation of their art practice prior to arrival.


Each day will start at 10AM with a gathering of participants and facilitators where we will review and discuss the work for the day. Sessions are scheduled throughout the day with ample time for breaks and exploration. Friday and Monday will take place at Tulane University Special Collections. On Saturday and Sunday, the lab will meet at Antenna Gallery. 

Friday will focus on artist research and learning how to use collections. On Saturday & Sunday, the lab will have artist presentations and sessions that focuses on artist development with an emphasis on articulating artist practice and how artists make connections between history and contemporary issues. On Saturday, participants will meet historian Frank Perez for a walking tour of the French Quarter to explore the role of site and place in the context of art and history. The group will visit some of the sites referenced in the Special Collections and hear stories about New Orleans history and the evolving cityscape. Perez will also speak about the LGBT Archives Project of Louisiana. On Monday, the lab will return to Tulane University Special Collections for a discussion on proposal writing and researching specific material requested by the artists. Themes of race, gender, and the environment will thread throughout all the sessions. Each day will end with an informal discussion off site from 7 to 9PM.


Artists will leave the Lab with a network of peer support; an idea for a project; and the task of turning that idea into a project proposal and a sample work. The project proposal may be for an exhibition, a book, or some other project that will be considered by Kolaj Institute. The proposals and sample work will be exhibited during the month of July 2020 in the Special Collections Gallery at Tulane University and will be a feature of Kolaj Fest New Orleans.


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bang. Prix 2020 - Open Call



bang. Prix is Turkey’s leading platform where art, design, technology and science intersect, founded in 2015 by a team of interdisciplinary minds with backgrounds in various fields and the common desire to share their curiosities and develop beyond the scope of their fields.

To date, bang. Prix has provided the support and mentorship to 57 participants in the development of their projects, showcasing them to thousands of audiences in 13 exhibitions in Turkey and abroad. In its fourth year, bang. Prix is expanding beyond support for project-based development and exhibitions as a platform that supports practitioners from different disciplines and countries to develop themselves at the nexus of art, technology, design and science.

Under the scope of the bang. Prix 2020 program, we open our call for applications to those interested in participating. The program provides resources, mentorship and networking opportunities customized to each participant. For more information about what the program offers, please visit the website. 

Applications are accepted during the period of 11 November - 31 December 2019. A selection committee consisting of 5 external jury members and the bang.prix team will select the finalists to participate in next year’s program (January 2020 - November 2020).

Application results will be released at the end of January.

Who can participate?

Creatives who apply digital technologies or science, including:

  • Artists
  • Designers
  • Architects

Professionals from science and technology fields expanding their practices to include artistic approaches. These fields may include:

  • Neuroscience
  • Biology
  • Computer Science
  • Sociology
  • Philosophy
  • Psychology

Priority will be given to those at early stages of their career, but applicants looking for opportunities will also be considered.

The program is international and open to any nationality and country of residence. While the program is flexible for participants based in different countries, selected participants are expected to communicate openly and promptly and dedicate time from their usual activities to program activities throughout the program period (Jan - Nov 2020).

Individuals and groups/collectives may apply.

Evaluation criteria

Applicants are judged on the following criteria:

  • Level of curiosity and motivation towards working in the intersection of art, science, design and technology
  • Need for support provided by the bang.prix program
  • How realistic the development goals are
  • Clarity in expression of the applicant’s self and work

The program provides resources, mentorship and networking opportunities customized to each participant. For more information about what the program offers, please visit the website.


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