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PARL - Performance Art Research Ljubljana

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PARL - Performance Art Research Ljubljana
August 17th to 26th 2023
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PARL invites performance art makers and groups to join 10 days research and development program in Ljubljana from August 17th to 26th 2023.

The program is open for performance art, devised theater, contemporary dance, intermedia projects and hybrid forms. PARL provides every participant a studio space and presentation venue. The course of work is focused on development of creative processes and research of performative strategies with daily feedback, and morning classes. Participants will present their work in progress at the international Mladi Levi Festival 2023.

If you are a performance art maker and you need space and time to research, an environment to develop your project, an opportunity to present your work and to open up your collaborative network – welcome to PARL.

Application deadline: APRIL 15th 2023.

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Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Spring residency deadline

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Our Artist-in-Residence program welcomes artists and writers working in a variety of mediums and genres to live and work in the historic center of Padula, immersing themselves in our way of life here and becoming part of the fabric of the community for the duration of their stay. 

We offer each artist a private room and a luminous private studio space at Casa Padula, one of Padula's oldest and most stately residences. Residents also have use of the large kitchen, the sunroom, il salotto verde (the green salon), library room and the extensive gardens at Casa Padula. . 

There are nine 3-week residency sessions available between April and October, with 3-4 artists in residence in each session. The cost of each 3-week session is about €875. There is no fee to apply.

Deadline: 
05/February/2023
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Tough Art Residency Program

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The Tough Art Residency Program invites artists to be in residence June through mid-September. During this time, they will work in the museum to develop and create new works to be exhibited in Fall/Winter of that year. The goal of the residency is to produce artwork that is tough enough to withstand public interaction, especially that of children. 

Benefits include: 
-$5,000 honorarium
-$3,500 materials budget
-Access to fabrication facilities
-Opening reception
-Professional photographs of final artwork

For more information and to apply, visit our website. 

Prize Summary: 
$5,ooo artist honorarium; $3,500 materials budget
Location: 
Children's Museum of Pittsburgh 10 Children's Way Pittsburgh, PA 15121
Deadline: 
12/March/2023
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Open Call In//Between #9 Artist Residency

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Attention all artists!

Did you miss the opportunity to apply for In//Between #9 - our upcoming artist residency this spring? We have a NEW DEADLINE and UPDATED FEE! Apply before 1st February.

Find more information about the residency and how to apply here:

(https://form.jotform.com/200913580327350)

In//Between is a residency program providing artists with four weeks of collaboration, development, and support in a vibrant neighborhood in Berlin. This period culminates in a public exhibition at Green Hill Gallery showcasing the artwork created during the residency. So be prepared for a unique experience with a focus on creative support and artistic exchange in the heart of a diverse community center!

Check out our website for more details about the residency, as well as information and photos from previous editions of In//Between:
https://www.kulturschoepfer.de/greenhillgallerycurrentupcoming

 

 

 

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Green Hill Gallery, Grünberger Straße 13, 10243 Berlin
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01/February/2023
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Nine-month Teaching + Studio Residency in PAINTING/DRAWING

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The 2023/2024 AIR program discipline is PAINTING/DRAWING.

DEADLINE: MONDAY, MARCH 20, 2023 at Midnight EST

The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Artists-in-Residence program (AIR) is an education-based residency that allows one to two emerging artists to live, work, and teach on the Munson-Williams and PrattMWP College of Art & Design campus in Utica, New York for one academic year.

The AIR program is designed for emerging artists or recent visual arts MFA graduates interested in working in art education in community arts and college curricula while receiving support to develop a vibrant, self-directed studio practice. A successful AIR applicant works in PAINTING and/or DRAWING within the traditional and/or expanded field. A mastery of 2D foundation principles is desired.

Programming includes presenting a public lecture, teaching community arts education classes, holding a public open studio event, and designing and implementing accessible community projects with various departments on campus. Artists receive financial support, housing, meals, studio, and an exhibition in the Museum of Art.

THE RESIDENCY:

  • A successful AIR applicant works in PAINTING and/or DRAWING within the traditional and/or expanded field. A mastery of 2D foundation principles is desired. 

  • Residency is nine months, August 14, 2023 through May 14, 2024.

  • Call for artists rotates through disciplines each academic year. 

  • One artist is in residence for the 2023/24 academic year. 

  • Artists receive two stipend payments of $1,250, one in September and one in January for a total of $2,500.

  • Residency includes paid fall and spring semester non-credit teaching opportunities in the Community Arts Education program; and  paidPrattMWP College of Art and Design teaching opportunities** (Courses may include the following areas: 2D Foundations, Drawing, Painting, or Illustration.) 

  • Residency includes a fall artist talk, winter open studio, spring Museum of Art solo exhibition, and promotion for these events. 

  • Artists have access to a private studio with 24/7 access.

  • Artist is provided with a furnished private apartment in the heart of the Munson-Williams campus.  

  • Residency includes a dining hall meal plan. (19 meals per week while college program is in session) 

  • Questions? Contact ataylor@mwpai.edu 

The residency suits self-directed, motivated, and education- oriented artists that have an energetic willingness to make artwork and participate in campus and community life with genuine interest in gaining educational experience.

ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE RESPONSIBILITIES: 

  • Develop own artwork and studio practice.

  • Work with the Community Arts Education and Residency Director prior to arriving to develop non-credit community drawing or painting classes to teach each semester for adults or teens. 

  • Work with the Museum Education Department to imagine, design, and plan art projects for three to four community Art Alive Family Days or similar programming.

  • Work with PrattMWP College Faculty and undergraduate student body with the potential to teach a credit course**

  • Present a lecture of current work, open studio, and solo exhibition of new work during residency.

  • Artists are responsible for bringing all specialty equipment, tools, and supplies used in their daily studio practice (including personal computers) to the residency. If an applicant has a special interest in facilities outside of the specific discipline, please indicate in the application form. 

  • The Artist-in-Residence should model the values and culture of the organization to colleagues and the public by being welcoming, inclusive, and respectful and will value collaboration across the organization.

  • Artist is responsible for transportation to and during residency and any additional costs of living. 

**PrattMWP credit course teaching opportunities are contingent on college enrollment, AIR experience, and are assigned at the discretion of the Chair and Dean.

For full program information, please visit: https://www.mwpai.org/artists-in-residence 

To apply now: https://bit.ly/3DnYYaP

 

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Stipend, paid teaching, housing, studio, meals, solo exhibition, and more for 9 months.
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STUDIO DETAILS:

Studios are provided to resident artists. The artist-in-residence receives a private studio space on the second floor of the ceramics studio building along with other faculty and has 24/7 access.  

Artists are responsible for bringing all specialty equipment, tools, and supplies used in their daily studio practice (including computers) to the residency. If an applicant has a special interest in facilities outside of the specific discipline, please indicate in the application form. 

HOUSING + MEALS:

A private second-floor apartment is provided. The furnished, two-bedroom apartment includes living area, kitchen, and closets and is in the heart of the Munson-Williams and PrattMWP campus. The apartment is equipped with some kitchen basics and wifi. Resident artists are responsible for their own laundry and should bring their own queen-sized bed linens, bed pillows, blankets, and towels. 

Please Note: The apartment is located on the second floor and is not handicapped-accessible. The AIR program is unable to accommodate families, spouses, or long-term guests at this time. However, artist partners or collaborators will be considered if all parties apply individually. Please clearly note any collaborators within the application writing portions. The program and studios are intended for the artists awarded and selected by the jury.

A Dining Hall meal plan is also provided and includes 19 meals a week when college is in session.

STIPENDS + PAY (USD): 

AIR receive two guaranteed stipend payments of $1,250, one in September and one in January for a total of $2,500 to help offset the costs of living and supplies. 

AIR teaching non-credit classes and/or workshops in our Community Arts Education program will be paid compensation as a Community Arts Education Instructor. Classes are subject to enrollment guidelines which means they may be canceled if they do not reach minimum enrollment.  Opportunities to teach a credit bearing course in the PrattMWP program is dependent on enrollment. Details and pay discussed with finalists. 

Munson-Williams provides up to $500 in travel to the residency, $600 in support for the spring exhibition, and up to $500 towards shipping of artworks at the end of the residency.

Munson-Williams provides compensation for three to four Art Alive Family Day events and craft design at approx $300 per event. 

Munson-Williams provides a private apartment and utilities, a studio, and a meal plan that covers 19 meals a week during PrattMWP college semesters. Munson-Williams is not responsible for arranging artist transportation to and during residency or additional costs of living. 

For full program information, please visit: https://www.mwpai.org/artists-in-residence 

To apply now: https://bit.ly/3DnYYaP

Location: 
310 Genesee Street, Utica, NY 13502
Deadline: 
20/March/2023
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2024 Sovereignty Residency

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Sovereignty, the theme for the 2024 SFAI International Thematic Residency, calls for an artistic and creative engagement at the multiple intersections of sovereignty as it pertains to the individual, jurisdictions, systems, and society as a whole.

SFAI supports the expression of differing perspectives regarding the role of the artist, creative practitioner, and culture bearer in shaping and being shaped by social and political conditions. As the US Supreme Court and other international political bodies in the world debate, restrict, and claim autonomy over the body, community, and the ability to self-govern, we seek proposals that articulate a response as a creative call to action and challenge imperial and colonial concepts of sovereignty that have laid claim to land and personhood.

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SFAI will continue our BIPOC award program, providing $500 grants to all applicants who are selected for the 2024 Sovereignty thematic residency program, who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC).

SFAI recognizes the particular history and contemporary realities of Indigenous people in the United States related to sovereignty and lack of self-determination. As part of the 2024 thematic residency program, SFAI will award up to ten (10) $500 grants to American Indian, Native American or U.S. Indigenous applicants who are selected for the 2024 Sovereignty thematic residency program, in addition to the BIPOC Award.

Location: 
Santa Fe Art Institute 1600 St Michael's Drive
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09/April/2023
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