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Call for Artists for I-Park's Site Responsive Art Residency & Biennale ($3,500 commission prize)




Application Deadline: January 18, 2021

I-Park, East Haddam, CT (U.S.), is pleased to announce that it will be hosting its signature Site-Responsive Art Residency & Biennale in 2021. The three-week residency will run from August 30 to September 20, 2021 and will culminate in a public opening of the Biennale on September 18, 2021. The residency will be devoted exclusively to the 6 – 7 artists/designers invited to create new works for the exhibition. I-Park views site-responsive art as a multi-disciplinary, multi-sensory field – at its most impactful when the installations are developed and experienced in-situ. Artists/designers from the following creative disciplines are encouraged to apply: visual arts, music composition/sound art, language arts, architecture, new media and landscape/garden/ecological design. For 2021, all works must include a substantial physical installation that will be remain in good condition through the autumn of 2022. A stipend of $3,500 and travel reimbursement will be paid for each invited project. Food and lodging are provided. Application fee: $35 (U.S.).


Prize summary: 
$3,500 commission fee, fully funded 3-week residency, transportation stipend
Prizes Details: 

Selected projects will receive a $3,500 commission fee, along with a fully funded 3-week residency (including room and board) at I-Park in East Haddam, CT.


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Fee Detail: 
$35 application fee (fee waivers may be available upon request)
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Applications period: March 5th to April 5th , 2020

Residency periods: July/August 2020


Centre fro Creative Solutions (C4CS) is a project run by Culture and Education Association in Rasoja, Lika county, Croatia with its 550 meters elevation, off-the-grid premises surrounded by mountains and forests. C4CS aims to establish the platform and space for exchange, practice and innovation in the fields of relations of Human to Other Than Human.



Practices and methodology that residency supports rely largely on open source, organic, permacultural, sustainable, environmental and ecological approaches to create transdisciplinary strategies. Aim of the residencies is to give artists time and space to get to know her/himself trough relating to Other Than Human by living in rural area with realisation of most basic approaches to establish best possible relation to immediate environment. Media used by artist has to be in accordance to the environmental, ecological and sustainable practices.

Artists in search for peace, seclusion and isolation that can be offered by camping in the woods, by having own space for thinking and reflecting will enjoy this residence. We are dedicated to fostering socio-ecological consciousness within the creative practice through deep, meaningful engagement with the earth and others.


2 residency periods are open for application concerned with:


1. Notion of the Un-civilized thinking and practices,

2. Biophilia, Ecocentrism and Deep Ecology,

3. Self sustainability and permaculture.



1st residency theme is Un-civil Energy and Utility

2nd residency theme is Other Than Human


Residency benefits


30 days residency,

500 € subsidy,

travel costs paid up to 250 €.

Application Criteria

Applications are welcome from international contemporary artists working in a wide range of disciplines including DIY and theory.


Applicants should consider the unique circumstances under which C4CS carries out its program, keeping in mind that this residency takes place on a remote rural setting with limited amenities. Residency space and surrounding has to be left better than it was found prior to the residence, recycling, upcycling and composting and using biodegradable and organic products is required.


Successful candidates will be responsible for acquiring the necessary visa and medical insurance if coming from a foreign country.


Please Note

C4CS is not able to provide feedback on individual applications.


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Call for environmental short film submissions





Artists Without A Cause is looking for short film and video submissions for a film screening in mid-July to bring accessible information and awareness to the issue of climate change.

Climate change is an alarming issue that is shoving negative effects on animals and the environment. As such a multifaceted problem often intertwined with money and political power, it’s hard to see how humans will be able to make the shift towards an eco-friendly lifestyle. But something needs to change. Ecosystems are constantly threatened by human impact. Not only will animals and habitats face the implications of global warming, but humans as well.

This is where you come in! We are looking for short films and video submissions that bring awareness to this crucial topic. We’re interested in short films focusing on environmentalism, climate change, and the effects of humans on the environment.

This event is being curated by me, current AWAC intern Ricky Major, with support of the rest of the team. Being a student involved in environmental studies, I want to use my remaining weeks in Berlin to arrange an event that relates to my studies, interests, and current pressing topics.


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