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Kahoon Projects: Paid Residencies

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For its Spring 2019 programme, SET is partnering with Oxford Brookes University’s School of Arts in the launch of 'Kahoon Projects'.

As part of this project, we are offering paid residencies to a number of artists to explore the issue of class in contemporary society. The project aims specifically to develop the contemporary understanding of the term ‘working-class’, while also giving a platform to emerging contemporary artists from underprivileged backgrounds. Residents will therefore be asked to respond to the idea of a 21st century working-class.

We do not intend this to be prescriptive, or to represent any given point of view or political ideology. Rather, the project is intended to encourage conversation between diverse voices, between artists, academics, industry professionals, and wider community networks. 

In recognising the complexity of the term ‘working-class’, which encapsulates often conflicting political, cultural, and financial concerns, we welcome applications from artists and writers who consider themselves ‘working-class’ as judged by their own designation.

Successful applicants will develop a project collaboratively with another resident artist, culminating in a joint exhibition to be held at the SET project space. As a Kahoon Project artist-resident, you will be well-supported: you will be assigned two mentors who will assist you in your development, and a curator will help to give direction to the exhibition.

You will have one month to develop the exhibition, and will benefit from a large studio space, and SET’s established community of artists. The exhibition will be installed for a one-month period, during which time a series of talks and workshops will take place.

 

Outcomes:

- An exhibition developed collaboratively.

- A public talk about your research and the exhibition

- A public community-outreach workshop, based on your skills and ideas.

Payment & Costs: All residencies come with a £1000 stipend, and an additional £500 to cover the cost of materials for the exhibition.

When: Residencies will take place over a two-month period between April and August, 2019.

 

Your Application

To apply, please include:

- An up-to-date CV

- An e-portfolio/link to your website

- A brief proposal of the kind of work you would undertake for this project. (max. 250 words)

- A response to the following question (max. 250 words): “In what way do you consider yourself to be ‘working-class’?” (n.b. we do not intend for you to justify this. Instead we wish for applicants to highlight and reflect on what they consider to be essential to them in making this designation. e.g. financial, cultural, historical, political. We invite, and anticipate, diverse understandings of this term. We also invite applications from people from traditionally-considered working-class communities, who reject this terminology).  

 

Please follow the link for full information about the project. 

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Artist Residency in New York City - Join Today

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Residency Dates: April 1 - 6, 2019

Dacia Gallery is pleased to announce its Artist Residency Program in New York City. The painting intensive program will comprise of drawing and painting the figure from life, guest lecturers, a business of art course and gallery visits. Additionally, Dacia Gallery will host a group exhibition of the artwork you created during the workshop. The residency is open to all visual artists and will accommodate all levels of experience. Artists living in New York, national and international artists are invited to attend. This is a wonderful opportunity to study and paint in NYC, if you are interested in participating register today, spots are limited. 

To Register & For More Info Visit: www.daciagallery.com

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Open Call for AADK Spain Residencies 2019

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AADK Spain invites all artists and researchers who wish to work on the topics of body, territory and spatiality to participate in its Artistic Residency Program. For this call, projects that respond to the axis of Territory will be prioritized.
The Program is carried out in Centro Negra, current headquarters of AADK Spain, located in the town of Blanca, Murcia. It is conceived of as a space for reflection and creative research that encourages its participants to interweave their projects with the historical, cultural and geographical context of the region.

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July residency in northern Italy

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For four weeks in July 2019, the Terra Vivente aritst residency will host artists in the village of Peghera in the heart of the Taleggio Valley. A group of up to four artists will be selected to join Terra Vivente to explore, research and create work. At the end of the residency, an exhibition will be held. The region is famous for Taleggio cheese and in July, the annual cheese festival is held. There are many other small villages nearby to explore, as well as mountain paths and trails. Nearby is the town of San Pellegrino, home of the famous water, and Bergamo is about an hour and a half away. The residency focuses on community engagement, so artists working with social practice or collaboraton are encouraged to apply. Because cheese is produced in the village and because the slow food movement was born in Italy, artists who have a food related practice are also encouraged to apply. The deadline to apply is February 20, 2019. The residency is artist-run and not affiliated with any larger arts organization, so at this time, cannot provide funding. Please visit the website for details on the fee and to download the application form. 

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Call for artists: Residency program in Budapest, Hungary in 2019

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Open Call for Artists: Hungarian Multicultural Center AIR-HMC residencies in Budapest, Hungary.

Session 1: Tuesday, May 14 - Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Session 2: Tuesday, June 11 - Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Session 3: Tuesday, July 9 - Tuesday, July 30, 2019

Session 4: Tuesday, August 6 - Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Session 5: Thursday, December 26 - Friday, January 10, 2020

 

HMC International Artist Residency Program, a not-for-profit arts organization based in Dallas, TX / Budapest, Hungary - provides national and international artists to produce new work while engaging with the arts community in Budapest, Hungary.  

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03/01/2019
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Call for Applications: Artist's residencies, the British School at Rome

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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: ARTISTS' RESIDENCIES IN ROME

Abbey Awards offer all expenses paid residencies in excellent modern studios at the British School at Rome in 2019/20 for artists, predominantly painters in the expanded field, whose work shows exceptional merit and promise. The 9 month Scholarship is awarded to an early-career artist and carries a monthly stipend of £800.  The 3 month Fellowships, with monthly stipends of £1200, are offered to mid-career artists.

To apply: download and complete the application form from the website and email this with 8 images via We Transfer. The application fee is £25. British and American citizens and those of any other nationalities who have lived for at least five years during the last 10 years in either the United Kingdom or the United States are eligible to apply.  There is no age limit.

The British School at Rome is a recently renovated building with purpose built live work studios housing a community of scholars researching architecture, ancient history, archaeology and art history - a bridge between the intellectual and cultural heart of Rome and Italy.
Detailed information, contact details and all application materials may be found on the website or contact@abbey.org.uk

DEADLINE 31st JANUARY 2019

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