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TAKING TIME: INDIVIDUAL RESIDENCIES

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The Museum of Loss and Renewal is very pleased to invite applications for individual residencies.

Residency dates May – December 2020 (minimum of two weeks).
The deadline for applications is midnight Sun 29 March 2020.

FOCAL POINTS OF AN INDIVIDUAL RESIDENCY

- Time: to produce, reflect, explore, focus
- Individual practice / collective practice
- No expectation of a final outcome
- Excellent studio / working space
- Excellent accommodation
- Natural environment of exceptional significance
- Interdisciplinarity
- International peer-group
- Supportive environment
- Discussion facilitated by curators (Prof Emerita) Tracy Mackenna & (Dr) Edwin Janssen
- Informal mentoring after residency

An Individual Residency provides uninterrupted periods of time with no expectation of a final outcome. Whether you wish simply to be up close to your practice, allow nature to suffuse your thinking and feeling, produce new work or complete a project The Museum of Loss and Renewal does its utmost to ensure that you can achieve what you set out to do.

Applications are open to visual artists, writers, curators, performance artists, designers, musicians, theatre-makers and researchers who work either individually or collaboratively. Individuals and groups are welcomed. The museum actively encourages interdisciplinary applications from creative collectives/groups who work across disciplines.

The impact on residents’ practices is profound, generously expressed by Emily Fong as “This period has reminded me of my passion and vision for creative systems and interdisciplinary collaboration. In my practice, I am in Collemacchia every day”. Fabien Marques’ relationship with Collemacchia and the region continues as his project develops, commenting “The residency triggered new perspectives in me as an artist and as a European citizen … (it) allowed me to question contemporary issues of identity, integration and homeland, and therefore reconnect my artistic practice to social commitment”.

EXPECTATIONS

An individual residency provides uninterrupted periods of time with no expectation of a final outcome. 

FEES AND SUPPORT

€320 per week. The Residency Programme is operated on a non-commercial cost-covering basis, and is financially supported by The Museum of Loss and Renewal in order to keep fees low. Typically, artists source funding to support fees, flights, production costs or other subsistence by applying to their national arts funding bodies, by personal fundraising, or through academic institutional support. Letters of invitation can be provided to assist in this process.

Residents are responsible for funding and organising their own travel, insurances and any visa requirements particular to country of origin. Detailed travel information will be supplied (closest airports Naples, Rome), and collection/drop-off at a local train station / intercity bus stop will be arranged for residents (minimal cost). 

A deposit of 50% will be required within three weeks of accepting a place on the residency programme. The remaining balance is payable in advance of the residency start date.

ELIGIBILITY

- Creative practitioners at any stage of their career 
- Creative individuals, duos and partnerships
- Creative practitioners based in any country
- Partners/families of residents can be accommodated, space dependent

Deadline: 
03/29/2020

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TAKING TIME / PRENDENDO TEMPO 2020

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View of Collemacchia, Molise, Italy

Deadline: 
02/10/2020

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€320 per week
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Res Artis Meeting Kyoto, Japan

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Registration for the next Res Artis Meeting in Kyoto is now open! The conference, Creative Encounters: Reimagining Residencies, will be hosted by Kyoto City and Kyoto Art Center in cooperation with the Agency of Cultural Affairs from February 6-8, 2019.

This 3-day meeting will address the evolution of arts residency models and rapid expansion of the field. We will compare traditional ‘time and space’ models with new residency typologies that reflect our changing social economy. Nomadic, start-up, virtual and Airbnb residencies will all be explored. The meeting will pose questions about the progression of the field using examples in Japan and internationally. How can we evaluate these new models? How can artist residencies remain socially engaged and respond to artists’ needs? How are these innovative new models funded?

These key themes of the meeting will be reflected in Kyoto, a unique city where traditional and contemporary arts co-exist. Like artists in residence encountering different places for the first time, participants will experience the rich culture of Kyoto by way of excursions, city walks and tea ceremonies that will encourage further dialogue and networking.

Early bird registration ends on November 15.

Secure your spot and sign up for the meeting now!

Call for artists: Residency program in Budapest, Hungary

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AIR/HMC, Budapest, Hungary 

http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com

                                       

 

HMC International Artist Residency Program, a not-for-profit arts organization based in Dallas, TX / Budapest, Hungary provides international artists with the opportunity to produce new works while engaging with the arts community in Budapest, Hungary.  The residency is an opportunity for artists, designers, theorists, writers and curators to undertake a period of focused work at the HMC. 

Deadline: 
03/01/2019
Fee Detail: 
$25
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