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HAP - Studio Programme

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The HAP Studio Programme in Frankfurt supports outstanding young artists in Hesse for a period of four years by providing a total of twelve studios free of charge at basis e.V. The grant is awarded in two years to eight or four scholarship holders. The postgraduate programme also offers professional support and networking through a specially designed mentoring programme. In addition, all facilities of basis can be used, such as the basis project room for self-organized exhibitions and events. Sponsored stays abroad, for example by AIR or IEPA, can also be taken up to a total of 12 months during the programme. At the end of each funding period, a group exhibition with accompanying publication is held. Eight spots are available for the class of 2021-2025.

Artists can apply:

  • up to and including year of birth 1981
  • who have a university degree relevant to the field and are no longer enrolled at a university at the start of the programme
  • who have their main residence in Hesse at the start of the programme
  • also if they act as an artist group and collective
Deadline: 
01/31/2021

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OPEN CALL: Workplace scholarship for designers

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feldfünf promotes the dialogue between art, design and everyday life. In cooperation with neighborhoods in the southern part of Friedrichstadt and international cultural practitioners, feldfünf is a platform for process-based, intercultural projects and long-term, collaborative ideas. In our project rooms, we offer a workplace for 3 months to a designer to realize a project, that has already begun or to develop a new creative approach. In addition to the workplace, our spacious project rooms are also available for experiments and presentations. The scholarship is aimed at all those who are active as designers, architects or artists, and whose work process is enriched by the exchange with other people.

Deadline: 
12/13/2020
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The 2019 Christenberry Scholarship

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The late William Christenberry was best known for his evocative photographs, collages, assemblages, paintings, drawings, and sculptures of his birthplace, Hale County, Alabama, and for his haunting vision of the American South.  As a teacher and mentor to hundreds of students at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, DC he was a guiding force for aspiring artists.

To honor his legacy, Washington, DC’s Studio Gallery is offering The Christenberry Fellowship.  Through it, local emerging artists gain their first entry to a professional gallery, where they can join a broad and diverse artistic community and display and market their work alongside that of established artists.

A grant underwriting this fellowship worth $1,000 annually was made possible by Jeff Mace.  It enables the selected fellow to join the artist-run, cooperative for one year (with renewal possibility), without having to pay the normal fellowship member fee and to skip the normal jurying process for Studio Gallery membership.

The goal is to expose new artists to the greater Washington, DC art world and to increase their professional skills by displaying their works within a gallery setting.  Local emerging artists learn to: create a cohesive body of work, refine it with a curator, optimize its exhibition design and lighting selections, and maximize its potential for purchase through marketing,  promotion, and sales techniques.  In addition, by joining an artist-run gallery, they meet and interact with a cross-section of working Washington artists for informal networking and mentoring.

Deadline: 
07/16/2019
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Grants for professional performers announced

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Grants for professional performers announced: 
dancers, choreographers, actors of dance, physical theatre, drama, musical theatre, contemporary circus artists, movement directors, physical theatre directors, multidisciplinary artists.
http://www.artuniverse.org/grants

Scholarship - Multidisciplinary Arts Conference in Austria

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Make contacts with potential collaborators from different parts of the world - meet award-winning teachers, performers, researchers, academics and practitioners!

International Annual Multidisciplinary Conference 
Theatre Between Tradition & Contemporaneity: 
Theatre - Dance - Music - Visual & Multimedia Art - Arts Administration - 
Performing Arts Training - Theatre Design & Technology

Dates: December 17 - 21, 2015

Location: Retzhof Education Institute -  XVth century castle in Austria

 The Conference language is English. 

Several partial scholarships announced for participants.

Each scholarship covers 200 EUR of the total registration fee.

 Scholarship application details & Conference program: 

http://www.artuniverse.org/news

 

Practical workshops, research presentations, works-in-progress, interactive talks and discussions with performing arts experts: Theatre Biomechanics, traditional masks, Method Acting, contemporary ballet, multicultural and international arts organization, choreodrama, vocal techniques in stage combat, musical theatre, avant-garde Italian futurists, practical writing for theatre and more! 

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