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La Faktoria opens call for applications of LUR ‘EMERGING ARTISTS RESIDENCY’ at La Faktoria Choreographic Center, Noáin (Pamplona-Navarre), from October 28th to November 22nd 2019.

Deadline for applications is on the 8th of September 2019. The selected applicant will be announce on the 30th of September 2019.

Residencies LUR ‘EMERGING ARTISTS RESIDENCY’ aimes at dance artists and dance collectives with 1 or 2 long premiered pieces, developing projects in the field of contemporary dance and live arts.

La Faktoria Choreographic Center offers:

-Studio space to carry out the research and creation of choreographic proposals

-4000€ grant (tax included)

-Access to rest lounge and dining room (fridge and microwave)

-Accommodation in a 2-bedroom apartment located within 5 minutes from La Faktoría (parking garaje is included)

-Artistic support.

-Production assistance.

-Shearing of local cultural agents and international networks such as art centers, cultural houses and theaters.


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Art Research Residency





Art Research Residency is specially designed to enable participants to evaluate their individual places as artists and situate their artistic exploration and practice within both the historical and contemporary context of art production and dissemination in Paris. 

This immersive two-week artist residency session offers a stimulating experience of intercultural exchange, research and professional development. Artists have an opportunity to build lasting connections with the fellow residents and expand their network of Paris-based arts professionals and organizations. 

During this residency, artists explore different artistic neighbourhoods of Paris: Montparnasse, Montmartre, Belleville, and Marais where we visit ​historic artist studios, many of which are normally closed to the public, as well as the art academies, galleries and meeting places where the ideas that shaped modern art as we know it were formed. 

To foster meaningful encounters and connections, this residency also provides participants with  the opportunity to meet local artists, art historians, and gallerists working in Paris today. Group visits are organized to relevant arts and culture institutions and fairs. 

In addition to professional visits, we also host facilitated group discussion sessions with Paris-based curators, who offer portfolio readings and mentorship to the artists. To further encourage the exchange of ideas and skills, we offer shared work space and invite artists to propose talks / workshops related to their practice.

At the end of the residency artists have an opportunity to participate in an Open Studio event to showcase their work for the local public and international community of the Centre as well as arts professionals attending the event.


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May Month of Making 2019




Month of Making: May 6th - June 9th 2019


working in and across all performance practices

Delve, draft, test, question, discard, run with or keep for later.

This month offers a place where rawness, roughness and risk are encouraged and where everyone’s work will be respected and supported equally


  • 16 hrs of individual studio time (3 or 4 hours per session)
  • 4 weekly meetings, with other artists facilitated by Caroline Salem either Monday / Thursday evenings or Sunday afternoons depending on participants’ availability.
  • 4 one to ones with Caroline Salem (30mins each or 2 x 60mins) to support your work before during and after residency
  • Final work-in-progress studio presentation for a small invited audience June 8th or 9th

Cost: £220. Weekly instalment options over 8,10 or 12 weeks; £27.50, £22 or £18.35


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Collectivism Residency



Haarlem Artspace is seeking 5 individuals to join us for our Spring
project ‘Collectivism’ which involves a four-day residency and
one-day conference bringing people together for an exchange
of ideas on the themes of collectivism, resilience and
collaboration. The one-day conference Resilience through
Collectivism will be the second Derbyshire Creative Heritage
conference and is in partnership with Junction Arts.

Haarlem Artspace provides quality, dedicated studio space for
contemporary artists, writers and other creative businesses
alongside a public programme of cutting-edge exhibitions, talks
and events designed to engage and inspire. The residency invites
five artists, writers, curators or researchers to join us in the space for
four days plus the final conference day. This will be an opportunity
to join our studio holders and associates and guests from Instituto
Procomum in Brazil, our partners on the British Council’s Developing
Inclusive and Creative Economies programme for five days of
dynamic activity. The residency is jointly facilitated and co-curated
by artist Alice Gale-Feeny and artist and Haarlem Artspace
Director, Olivia Punnett.

Our aims are to demystify artistic and collaborative working and
encourage debate, reconsidering rural contemporary arts and the
experiences of resilience through collectivism. Participants will
engage in activities exploring how the collective multidisciplinary
studio experience invigorates an individual’s practice. Work will be
documented using writing, drawing and digital recording and will
be shared on a new digital platform following the residency.
Haarlem Artspace (within Haarlem Mill) is based in Wirksworth, a
market town on the edge of the Peak District National Park that
once had a thriving lead mining and quarrying industry. The town
has an unusually large artistic and creative population, in part due
to the 25-year history of its annual Wirksworth arts festival, which
now attracts more than 4000 visitors each year. There is a distinct
community ethos here, and the town is very much a creative hub
with a strong sense of place.
Activities undertaken on the residency can include anything the
individual would like to work on within the spirit of the themes. This
is an opportunity to share your work with other people and work in
the context of a vibrant shared-studio space. You may equally
have a specific project that you want to carry out over the
week. We would like one of the participants to document the

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Banff International Curatorial Institute Fellowship | Visual Arts





Program Overview

The Banff International Curatorial Institute (BICI) Fellowship program supports established curators, arts writers, cultural critics, researchers, and artists in focusing deeply on the development of their work. The program allows for self-directed research over an extended period of 12 weeks, within the creative and intellectually stimulating environment of Visual Arts at Banff Centre. Up to four participants will be selected by an international jury for this unique, fully scholarshipped program.

In addition to focusing on their own practice, participants will engage with other artists-in-residence in Visual Arts programs to grow their networks and expand their research. They will visit studios, join reading groups, share knowledge through presenting research in progress, as well as engage with each other and Banff Centre’s curatorial and artistic staff.

What does the program offer?

The BICI Fellowship allows visual arts professionals to develop work and pursue critical research. Scheduled programming is light to allow for self-directed project development as well as opportunities to connect and collaborate.

Participants may work on the continuation of an existing project, the early development of a substantial new project, create work towards a confirmed external publication or exhibition, or conduct research involving BICI publications and Banff Centre’s permanent collection and archives. Projects and research that are timely, socially relevant, and of high artistic merit will be considered.  

Participants can attend talks and presentations by faculty and guests of Visual Arts programs and Walter Phillips Gallery, and expand networks by connecting with artistsfrom around the world. Participants will also have a private office or studio space, accessible 24 hours a day. In addition, the program offers funding to cover tuition, accommodation, and an on-campus meal plan. 

Who should apply?

The BICI Fellowship is open to mid- to- senior-level curators, arts writers, cultural critics, researchers, and artists exploring original topics within visual arts. Artists working in practice/material-based studio research are welcome to apply.

Applicants should have a 10-year exhibition/publication record, have completed formal training in visual arts at the post-secondary level, or have equivalent experience and recognition from their peers. 

Dates: September 16 - December 06, 2019

Application fee: $65

*Financial Aid up to 100% covering tuition, light flex meal plan, and single on-campus accommodation is available (travel and other expenses are not eligible).

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Open Call - Artists in Residence 2019 - AADK Spain - Centro Negra




AADK Spain understands residency programs as contextualized spaces, where location models the practices on, and modifies both its participants and the local communities. Thus, our Artistic Residences are an interdisciplinary and socially committed program that offers its attendants a space for analysis and production. It aims to facilitate research in rural environments, highlighting the value of local knowledge as a mean to re-think how these locations can position themselves in an era of massive urbanization through a social, historical and geographical perspective. Throughout their stay participants conform a temporary community that shares experiences and processes, fostering debate and a transversal perspective of their projects.

During the residency period AADK Spain provides tutelage and curatorial follow-up as well as assistance in production and management of projects and Open Studios night on the last Saturday of each month. Moreover, participants are encouraged to keep in touch with us after their residency ends, being our intention to promote their work in forthcoming exhibitions curated by our platform as well as in papers, conferences and / or publications.

We invite artists, designers, architects and practitioners of all related disciplines to come to Centro Negra to work at the intersection of art, geography and local communities.

The residence periods may be from one up to six months, being two months the minimum recommended for the full development of a project. The amount of participants varies every month, but reaches a maximum of six projects (including individual proposals or duos / collectives).



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Our philosophy

-AADK Spain is an independent project run by artists that works through horizontal dynamics.

-It advocates for the decentralization of culture and the access to contemporary art in non-urban areas.

-It sets up a space for transdisciplinary research, with focus on knowledge

exchange and creative collaboration.

-It boosts the value of creative processes over the need for finished art pieces.

-It researches new artistic practices with the aim of expanding the borders of creative disciplines and exploring transversal pedagogies.

-It is an organic and absorptive platform, that can be transformed and resignified through all its participants.

-It promotes the work of the artists who have taken part in the project, understanding them as an active part of itself. 



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