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DEADLINE: 8/1/2023

The Bemis residency is a process-based experience–residents have the ability to research, experiment, and explore free from expectations. Bemis residents enjoy generous sized, private live/work studios and have 24-hour access to extensive installation and production spaces; the Okada Sculpture & Ceramics Facility, a 9,000 square foot industrial workshop used for large-scale sculpture fabrication; and a Sound Studio for rehearsing and recording.



DEADLINE 8/1/2023

The Farm comprises several studios and a workshop, providing access to both agricultural farming land and natural bushlands. Our farm enjoys rich, mineral-dense soils and is home to diverse flora and fauna. An artesian spring feeds a dam and tributary that flows to the ocean. Waves can be heard crashing along the isolated beaches nearby, and witnessed from walking tracks that wind along coastal cliffs.

Our residency program is an opportunity to experience this place and contribute to our ongoing collective learning. As nature informs our artists, our artists inform us. Together we pursue a deeper understanding of our environment and our role within it.



DEADLINE: 8/1/2023

We offer residencies to professional creative artists from all nations and backgrounds working in one or more of the following disciplines: choreography, film, literature, musical composition, painting, performance, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video. You may apply individually or as members of collaborative teams of up to three artists. Peer review is the keystone of our selection process, with different panelists each season. Residencies last from two weeks to two months and include room, board and a studio. There is no fee to come to Yaddo, and we have access grants to help offset the costs of attending a residency.



DEADLINE: 8/6/2023

“We are open!“Not for business, but for all kinds of artistic practice. From performance to mixed media art, painting, sculpting and urban practice. We are looking for inspiring contemplations about how gates can become houses, how lines can become spaces, or any topics that you would like to research which are relevant to Torhaus‘ story and mission. Participants will have the possibility to work in Torhaus for two weeks. The space is small but sufficient and will have very basic infrastructure: heating, electricity, toilets, running water, and internet connection.

Grant of 3500€ for artist and up to 1000€ for materials.



DEADLINE: 8/11/23

The James Castle House residency programs are open to emerging and mid-career artists and professionals working in any field. However, due to the property’s limitations and proximity to neighbors, this is not a place that can accommodate loud or especially messy processes.



DEADLINE: 8/14/2023

This program is named after Marie-Solanges Apollon, Manuel Mathieu’s grandmother, who was a Black immigrant woman living in Canada and a true potomitan. This polysemous creole term comes from the Haitian Vodou traditions and refers to a person, often a woman, who is the central pillar of their home, family, and community. The eponymous scholarship and residency are an homage to her and to the women whose lives have historically been kept in the shadows.

The Marie-Solanges Apollon program seeks to encourage research that highlights the artistic practices of women in transcultural situations related to the Black Atlantic, according to Paul Gilroy, or to the Global South. Special attention will be given to propositions that focus on artists who have lived with overlapping issues related to migration, métissage, Afro-descendance, Africanness, and/or gender.

Projects that are part of a current re-reading of art history through archival excavation, curatorial, academic, or community-based research will be particularly appreciated.

In the context of this two-part program, AWARE proposes:

– One scholarship of 3,000 euros, distributed over three months,

– One three-month residency at the Villa Vassilieff.



DEADLINE: 8/15/2023



Since 1980, the Centrum Artists-In-Residence program has welcomed hundreds of writers, artists and creative thinkers to immerse themselves in the historic charm and natural beauty of Fort Worden in Port Townsend, Washington. The campus has sweeping views of the Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges, miles of wandering beach and forest trails, and a peppering of World War I–era batteries and bunkers.

Creative professionals from all disciplines and backgrounds can take advantage of charming cabins, studio spaces, and a rich array of resources. Residents can expect semi-rustic experiences in comfortable cabins or apartments. Visual artists have their choice of a few studios of different sizes, including use of the printmaking studio at Corvidae Press for experienced printmakers. Our campus includes several organizations with whom a resident can arrange to connect such as: Rainshadow recording studio, Madrona MindBody Institute, the Port Townsend School of Woodworking, Copper Canyon Press, and Northwind Art.

Above all, artists cite their residency as a unique opportunity to focus on their practice outside of many of the pressures of work, school, or expectation-based constraints.



DEADLINE: 8/15/2023

Artists from all arts disciplines are invited to apply for a fellowship, which includes a two-month

residency in Athens during the months May and June 2024 and a two-month residency in

Zutphen during mid-September-mid November 2024.

Accommodations available are fully equipped studio-apartments at the host organization [sic]3

in the city center of Athens and at Dat Bolwerk 2, in the historical center of the city Zutphen.

Successful applicants will additionally receive a total expense allowance of 8000 euro which is

intended to cover travel costs/expenses, a visa (where necessary) and subsistence over the

residency period.

Theme, the Fellowship prioritizes proposals with a clear view on how the fellowship, including

the residency period,is embedded in the overall artistic practice and discourse of the applicant.

The proposal should outline how the artist will engage in meaningful interactions within the

cities of Athens and Zutphen, and/or its institutions, and communities.

With the challenge of working in two totally different societies (a capital city in a

Mediterranean country and a provincial Medieval city in the East of the Netherlands) the

Fellowship gives a unique opportunity to start an artistic conversation between those two worlds.



DEADLINE: 8/16/2023

The Oolite Arts’ Studio Residency Program provides artists with the time, space and resources to reach new levels of excellence. Oolite Arts Studio Residents receive free studio space at the organization’s headquarters on Miami Beach, access to digital media equipment, exhibitions and financial support, in addition to critical connections with arts leaders, exhibition opportunities and financial resources that can lead to career-changing opportunities, and a community where artists can learn from each other and experiment with new work.

Starting in 2024, Studio Residents who have lived in Miami-Dade County for at least two years will also receive the Knight Artist Housing Stipend, a $12,000-a-year stipend to ease the impact of the region’s affordability crisis, thanks to support from the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.



DEADLINE: 8/18/2023

Ten artists are selected for a year-long residency from January to December 2024. AiRs will have opportunities for presentation, community engagement, and creative exchange through CPR’s curated public programs, and will receive curatorial support and feedback from CPR staff and fellow artists throughout the year. In addition, AiRs receive advance access to CPR’s rehearsal booking calendar, and may book up to 150 subsidized rehearsal hours in either of CPR’s studios during the residency year. Each AiR receives a $1,500 stipend, and participation in CPR public programs comes with additional artist fees and resources, including access to technical equipment and production support.



DEADLINE: 8/18/2023

Each year, a visiting curator from outside the region will be invited to review submissions from an open call and select artists for in-person studio visits. From these studio visits, the curator will make selections for artists-in-residence at the Mattress Factory. The curator will also separately select a national or international artist to join the cohort and work with the Mattress Factory to mount concurrent solo exhibitions at our Monterey Annex in May 2025.

During their residency, artists are free to explore wherever their process leads them. The exhibitions are not intended to be a curated exhibition. The Mattress Factory will support each artist’s process from development through production and installation to exhibition. The visiting curator will also write short essays on the work of the selected artists-in-residence.



DEADLINE: 8/20/2023

Praxis is fluent's educational apparatus, a structure for independent studies taking place from September 20 through December 22, 2023. This intensive in–person programe runs during 15 weeks (180 contact hours) and aims at instigating a theoretical and practice–based learning process that dives into the systems hat constitute our material and immaterial lifes.

The programme is structured in four dimensions –or learning modules– I MODULE: VITAL DIMENSION (Directed by Yayo Herrero); II MODULE: THE DIMENSION OF LANGUAGE AND IDENTITY (Directed by CAConrad); III MODULE: STRUCTURAL DIMENSION (Directed by Stefano Harney), and IV MODULE: CORPOREAL & MOVING DIMENSION (Co-directed by Andrea Rodrigo & Isabel de Naverán) and is composed by a faculty of guest professors including Denise Ferreira da Silva, Dodie Bellamy, Lamin Fofana, Maurin Dietrich, Reto Pulfer, Paulino Viota, Michael Marder, Ibon Aranberri, Agustín Pérez Rubio, B. Ingrid Olson, Inland Campo Adentro, Bárbara Rodríguez Muñoz, Andrea Soto Calderón, Alejandro Alonso Diaz, and many others.



DEADLINE: 8/21/2023

The Federal Ministry of Austria. Arts and Culture, Civil Service and Sport (BMKOES), Division Arts and Culture, in cooperation with the MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts, Vienna, is going to award a total of six scholarships for residency at the Mackey Apartments, Los Angeles, in 2024/2025. These scholarships are open to four free-lance artists, two advanced students of architecture (“2. Studienabschnitt”), and graduates of architecture immediately after completion of their degree.



DEADLINE: 8/21/2023

Our hope is that every day, you walk in and feel energized to be here, and that Woodward Residency brings out the very best in your work.

For those of us who thrive in more intimate groups, in quieter settings: small is good. Woodward Residency will never be that huge place with tons of amenities and endless programming. We’re less than that, and yet for the right person, we’re so much more.



DEADLINE: 8/25/23

S+T+ARTS in the City launches a new S+T+ARTS residencies programme that aims at enhancing art-driven innovation at local level and human-centered technologies, such as artificial intelligence, robotics, new digital media, smart cities, high performance computing, data science, or biotechnologies, that will be able to put in the market products and services that have a positive ecological, societal, and ethical impact.

Globalisation, demographic change, climate change, secure, sustainable and competitive energy, and social polarisation, in addition to the economic and financial crisis, are the major challenges confronting Europe today, challenges of a medium and long-term perspective.  In today’s interconnected and globalised world, multilateral relations are no longer exclusively built on interstate dynamics.  Faced with the concomitant forces of globalisation and localisation, many states are either too small or too big to adequately respond to the growing number of global challenges that are now emerging. This is one of the main driving forces for states to build regional integration schemes. 



DEADLINE: 8/30/2023

500 Capp Street is pleased to announce the yearly open call for an Artist Residency. For the first time, the 2023-2024 Artist Residency at 500 Capp Street will be an open call to international, national and local artists with generous multi-year support from the Sanger Family Foundation.

This five-month residency program at 500 Capp Street in San Francisco, CA will begin in the Fall of 2023 and end in Spring of 2024 with some flexibility. Suggested start dates of the residency is November or January. Artists will have three months for research and an additional two months for the final project. The focus of this year’s program is to create work highlighting experimentation that expands the boundaries of genre, medium and material. The residency is intended to give creative space for developing and building ideas. The Application process runs from July 10- August 30, 2023. The next resident/s (solo, collaborative or collective) will be announced in the last week of September 2023.

The selected artist(s) will use The House as their live or work studio, have access to The Paule Anglim Archive Room and David Ireland Archive (time capsules of Bay Area Conceptual Art from 1975-2009), and consult with curator Lian Ladia on their final project. The project can include research, exhibition, installation, or a public intervention in the house and/or the surrounding neighborhood; or a presentation of their research through a talk or symposium. The artist(s) will be supported throughout the residency and afterward by the staff and resources of The House, extending the impact of the program far beyond the five-month period. There will be a $10,000 travel stipend and honoraria for the individual or collective, and up to a $10,000 production budget.



DEADLINE: 8/31/2023

Willapa Bay AiR, situated on 20 acres in coastal southwest Washington state, launched its residency program in March 2014. The Residency has been specifically designed, from the site selection to the architecturally specific building concepts, layouts, and materials, to combine the opportunity for solitude with the opportunity for daily community that fosters creative endeavor.

We offer month-long, self-directed residencies to emerging and established artists, filmmakers, writers, playwrights, scholars, singer/songwriters, and musical composers. The Residency provides lodging, meals, and work space, at no cost, to six residents each month from April 1 through October 28 of the year. Applications are evaluated by selection committees comprised of working artists and professionals in the applicants' respective fields of discipline.



DEADLINE: 8/31/2023

The Horst-Janssen-Museum is awarding a scholarship for the third time and with renewed support from its association. It is aimed at young scientists and artists who are interested in drawing and graphics. The namesake of our museum is the North German draughtsman, etcher, wood cutter, poster artist, illustrator, author and graphic artist Horst Janssen. Accordingly, our house has dedicated itself to fine art on paper. In addition to Horst Janssen, we also present classic and contemporary positions in drawing and graphics.

The funding is for nine months with a monthly flat rate of 1,200 euros (gross). A furnished 2-room apartment close to the museum in the former house of Horst Janssen's grandparents, where he spent his childhood, is available free of charge. We look forward to you living in Oldenburg during the scholarship. A research assistant at the Horst Janssen Museum will be happy to support you in your research work.


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