Artist in Residence Fellowship for Writers, Visual and New Media Artists






Residential fellowship for Visual/New Media Artists & Writers:

The Institute for Advanced Study at Central European University (Budapest, Hungary) is accepting applications for its Artist in Residence Fellowship in AY 2022/23:

The fellowship is residential and lasts between 3 and 5 months, depending on the fellows' availability. 

The deadline for applications is August 25, 2021.



Prize Summary: 
€2000/month + accommodation
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CoLab Techart Fellowship



This CoLab TechArt Fellowship is inspired by Jaaga & BeFantastic.in’s resolve to grow the community of techartists and foster creative engagement in leading digital technologies. The Fellowship is offered online and is directed to aspiring techart practitioners from any discipline of art and design. In the challenges of the times, we present the CoLab Fellowship as online program that opens the doors to exciting possibilities in international collaborations.

Supported by Goethe-Institut / Max Mueller Bhavan Bangalore and British Council’s Architecture and Design Festivals and Biennales grant, this edition of the CoLab Fellowship creates a bridge between Germany, South Asia, UK & India. It is a unique  opportunity for a community of hand-picked international fellows to use the limitations of the current moment to explore and showcase collaborative learning and making with Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning technologies. Over a two week period we will spend time synchronously four hours daily, working and dialoging with peers and experts who come in as trainers, provocateurs and facilitators. 



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Fully Funded Opportunity for Artists Affected by Natural Disasters




The Byrdcliffe Art Community has received a generous grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation for visual artists living/working in North America (including Mexico and Puerto Rico) who have been displaced or otherwise affected by a natural disaster.  The Pollock-Krasner grant will offer a full fellowship and stipends to attend the four-week residency in Woodstock, NY in Summer 2020 for up to 4 selected visual artists. The grant will cover all fees plus provide a stipend up to $500 to assist with travel to and from the residency and an additional materials reimbursement up to $500 to help compensate for lost and damaged materials. Eligible disciplines include painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, weaving, ceramics, and other visual media. Application Deadline for this grant is March 1, 2020

2020 Session Dates: 

* Session 1: Thurs, May 28  –  Mon, June 22

* Session 2: Thurs, June 25 – Mon, July 20

* Session 3: Thurs, Aug 6   –   Mon, Aug 31

* Session 4: Thurs, Sept 3   –  Mon, Sept 29


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4 selected visual artists will receive a Pollock Krasner Disaster Relief Fellowship for a residency at Byrdcliffe Artist Colony in Woodstock, NY


This grant includes artists affected by the earthquakes in Mexico, wildfires in California, hurricanes in Puerto Rico, Florida, and Texas, tornadoes, and other natural disasters. Please note that destruction of a home or studio by extremes of weather (e.g. pipes bursting due to freezing, etc) are not covered by this grant. Eligible disciplines include painting, photography, printmaking, sculpture, weaving, ceramics, and other visual media. Applicants must be visual artists living/working in North America (including Mexico and Puerto Rico) to be eligible for this grant. 

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The grant will cover all fees plus provide a stipend up to $500 to assist with travel to and from the residency and an additional materials reimbursement up to $500 to help compensate for lost and damaged materials.

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ChaNorth: Apply for the Summer 2020 Artist in Residence Program





ChaNorth (Chashama North) accepts applications in all creative fields, including but not limited to visual arts, choreography, writing, music composition, and performance. National and international artists, emerging and mid-career artists are welcome to apply. For international artists, we can provide letters of support, but each artist is responsible for arranging their own visas. 

In 2006 Chashama opened the ChaNorth international artist residency in Pine Plains, New York. The ChaNorth residency offers the opportunity for emerging and mid-career artists to work and live in the Hudson Valley for four weeks. Annually the program hosts 49 artists during seven 4-week sessions running from April through October.

ChaNorth offers
-one fellowship award, per season, for a young artist under 30;
-two solo show awards
-an annual curated alumni show.
Both solo shows and the group show are presented, the following year, at Chashama exhibition spaces in New York City.
ChaNorth fosters a strong alumni community, offering artists various exhibition opportunities including 2019 LIGHT YEAR, Manhattan Bridge Public Art, video exhibition.

During the ChaNorth residency, artists have multiple opportunities to share their work and network with others, including 2-3 studio visits per session from critics, curators, gallerists, and residency directors. Previous studio visitors have included: Nora Khan, a writer focused on emerging issues within digital art and the philosophy of technology, Will Hutnick, artist and curator residency director at the Wassaic Project, NY, Junho Lee, Founding Director of NARS Foundation, Brooklyn, NY, Olga Dekalo, Assistant Curator at the Katonah Museum of Art in Westchester, New York.
Artists are invited to participate in an evening of artists' talks and presentations, at the Pine Plains Free Library and participate in the Open Studios program. Both events are open to the public.

Pine Plains Library in Partnership with ChaNorth offers artists to create and lead an hour-long free community art workshop. The library offers for each artist a $50 payment for teaching.
Resident Artists can apply to exhibit their work at the Pine Plains Library

Fostering community engagement and strengthening and supporting our local community, ChaNorth collaborates with McEnroe Organic Farm’s Education Garden where resident artists are asked to participate in 3 hours of work exchange each week.
In return, our shared kitchen is stocked with fresh produce and whole grains. Shared meals act as the anchor of the program, resident artists gather once or twice a week for a potluck dinner.

Prizes Details: 

Young Artist Fellowship Award

Yearly two Solo Show Awards in New York City, Chashama Exhibition Venue

Yearly Selected Group Show in New York City, Chashama Exhibition Venue

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NXTHVN 2020 Studio and Curatorial Fellowships




Each year, NXTHVN welcomes seven emerging artists, two curators, and five high school apprentices to participate in its highly-competitive Fellowship and Apprenticeship programs. With a focus on mentorship, professional development, and hands-on training, the cohort works collaboratively to cultivate their practices within the context of New Haven’s creative community. 

The NXTHVN team, with Deborah Berke Partners, has designed a unique shared environment—within a state-of-the-art facility—where artists, curators and the local community converge to make art, exchange ideas, and extend their networks.

NXTHVN’s comprehensive, year-long Fellowships provide dedicated work space, a generous stipend, a rigorous professional development curriculum, and ongoing mentorship opportunities for early-career artists and curators. 

Some examples of our workshops and seminars include: Strategic Planning, Money Management, Contracts (Art and Law), Online Portfolio Development, Visiting Curator Discussions and Critiques, Professional Artist Talks, and Gallery and Collection Tours.

NXTHVN’s unique pedagogy focuses on both the theoretical and practical components of establishing and nurturing a sustainable art practice. Our curriculum features bi-monthly workshops and seminars led by esteemed industry leaders and visiting lecturers.

In addition to active participation in cohort-building activities, each fellow mentors a local high school student through our Apprenticeship Program to ensure the next generation of talent is given a chance to excel in the arts. 


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More Art is currently accepting applicants for our 2018-19 Engaging Artists Fellowship. Those interested in applying have until Friday, April 20 11:59 PM ET to submit an application. 

ENGAGING ARTISTS is More Art’s Fellowship program for artists seeking to both develop and sustain their public art and socially-engaged practice.

This 1 year Fellowship provides an infrastructure and laboratory for NYC-based emerging and underrepresented artists to gain a deeper understanding of the history the field, incubate and present their work, collaborate with communities in shaping society, and build sustainable careers in the field of public art.

The Fellowship includes: 

  • Intensive professional development workshops and peer network support.
  • Strategic meetings with More Art to network, receive feedback, mentorship, and curatorial support.
  • Monthly feedback sessions with other cohort members, More Art staff, and guest practitioners in the field (both arts and non-arts professionals, including artists, public art administrators, educators, urban planners, community organizers).
  • Public presentations curated and promoted by More Art, featuring research, works-in-progress, and completed works inspired or generated through the fellows’ community-based work.
  • Marketing via the More Art network, email list, and social media.
  • Fellows may request funds up to $1000 to cover the costs for Fellowship related projects, workshops, research, and presentations.
  • Opportunity to receive Post-Fellowship project support of up to $4000 in funding.
  • Off-site workshop space.
  • Access to Materials for the Arts.


Fellows participate in intensive professional development workshops, addressing the history of socially engaged art, community organizing methods, and best practices for establishing and sustaining community partnerships, as well as individual critiques and group feedback sessions to support fellows in the development and creation of new and continued work. Sessions are led by More Art staff and guest facilitators.

Topics to include: 

  • Histories of socially-engaged public art.
  • Best practices for collaboration, participation, contracting, and community engagement.
  • Mapping the ecosystem of political issues.
  • Project life-cycles and sustaining community partnerships.
  • Site analysis and team management.
  • Active listening, interpersonal and group facilitation.
  • Participatory workshop design.
  • Navigating the public art commission process.
  • Asset mapping and visioning project goals.
  • Privilege, power, and equity in public art.
  • Budgeting and funding opportunities for public artists.
  • Case studies in public art, placemaking, and community-engaged design.

Application details here: bit.ly/1G5c9dW



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