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DEADLINE: 6/1/2024

Residents are housed in nicely appointed homes where they will have a private bedroom and bathroom, and share a living room and kitchen. Botanical artists will also have a dedicated studio space in close proximity to their accommodation. Residents will be provided with a bicycle during the residency to help them get around our large, rural site. Due to the relatively isolated nature of our site, some residents may wish to bring or rent a car during their residency.

This award includes a $1,000 individual grant and an offer to purchase one final work on paper for $1,000 that will be accessioned into the OSGF Florilegium, and a 2 - 4 week residence at OSGF. Residents should arrange transportation to Dulles International Airport. We will then arrange transport to the Oak Spring estate in Upperville, VA. Residents who complete this program will be able to apply to our annual Alumni Residency.



DEADLINE: 6/2/2024

Located on an ancient, ever-changing piece of land that inspires awe and artistry, The Farm Margaret River offers immersion in the sublime. It is both a working rural property and a home to artist studios — a place to make, explore, examine and restore.

In addition to accommodation in our self-contained artists studios, the successful artist or group will receive a grant of $7,500 (ex. GST) to cover out-of-pocket expenses.

  • The grant ​​covers all fees, costs and expenses incurred by the artist in undertaking the residency including all materials and equipment required during the residency, all other travel and accommodation costs, insurance premiums, food, freight and other out of pocket expenses.

  • TFMR will arrange, book and pay for travel expenses to the property from the artist's place of residence if required, and host the artist on the property in self-sustained studio accommodation.

  • The artist understands that no other fees or payments will be owed to them.



DEADLINE: 6/3/2024

Between Bridges is pleased to announce the open call for the next biannual residency for visual artists. The residency will take place from January to June 2025, consisting of a five month working phase and a one month exhibition or public presentation. The fifth recipient of the residency will follow artists Yalda Afsah, Didem Pekün, and Lucy Beech as well as the publishing collective Viscose.

Between Bridges is a foundation (est. 2017 by Wolfgang Tillmans) committed to humanism, solidarity, and the advancement of democracy. It supports the arts, LGBT+ rights and anti-racism work. Between Bridges is also a non-profit exhibition space, initiated in 2006 by Wolfgang Tillmans. After its first chapter in London’s 223 Cambridge Heath Road from 2006–2011 and its second chapter in Berlin’s Keithstraße (now the Artist Residency Space) 15 from 2014–2019, its third chapter in Berlin’s Adalbertstraße 43 (now the Exhibition Space) began in July 2022.

The residency includes the use of the facilities at Keithstraße 15 in Berlin Schöneberg on the ground floor of a residential building, with Wittenbergplatz subway station located nearby. In addition to two generous work and exhibition spaces, the facilities with a total size of 100 square meters include a workshop/ storage, office, small kitchen and bathroom. We regret that the rooms are not yet wheelchair accessible or suitable for living. The residency includes a monthly stipend of 1.500 Euros. It also offers the opportunity for studio visits with art professionals from the network of Between Bridges. For the exhibition, a production budget will be granted. The presentation of the work or exhibition will open at the end of April during Gallery Weekend Berlin. The exhibition will be promoted via Between Bridges’ distribution channels and documented on our website.



DEADLINE: 6/5/2024

The Chiaro Award is a fully sponsored artist residency and $15,000 prize for a mid-career painter residing in the United States. The Chiaro Award residency includes a private studio, and inclusion in a dynamic network of Headlands’ creative practitioners and thinkers.

Program Goals

  • To support and have a meaningful impact on the lives and careers of accomplished painters creating excep- tional and exemplary work.

  • To bring outstanding painters into a nurturing and dynamic professional network of creative practitioners and thinkers.

  • To encourage artists to develop ideas and work within the context of the Marin Headlands, a part of Golden Gate National Recreation Area.

  • To bring national and international artists to the Bay Area to engage and have cross-cultural exchange with local artists and audiences.

Program Details

  • Fully sponsored 6- to 10-week residency with an award of $15,000

  • Paid roundtrip airfare

  • 750 square foot studio

  • Private bedroom in shared house

  • A maximum two week stay for families in the Family House (by request only and subject to availability)

  • Five chef-prepared meals per week

  • Use of Headlands’ vehicles

  • Facilities access: basic woodshop; audio/video equipment; artists’ library with computers, scanner, and printer

  • Wi-Fi in studio and designated spaces

  • Up to 15 Artists in Residence living on-site

  • Up to 8 other Headlands’ artists working on-site

  • Participation in monthly “Show & Tell” nights

  • Participation in seasonal Open House

  • Access to Headlands Public Events

  • Field trips to Bay Area museums, galleries, and cultural venues

  • Become part of Headlands Alumni Network



DEADLINE: 6/8/2024

We welcome applications from artists at all career stages, income levels, and geographic locations. We primarily seek applications from visual artists (painters, sculptors, installation artists, photographers, video/new media artists, fiber artists, printmakers, etc.) and writers in all literary disciplines. We discourage applications from dancers, musicians, and other performers because our studios are only well suited for artists who work quietly (nothing is sound-proofed) and who don't require space for rehearsal / movement arts. Groups/collectives may apply to work on joint projects in the visual and literary arts. The studios have light-duty ventilation, so an art practice generating strong fumes cannot be accommodated.

Submissions are reviewed by a diverse, rotating jury. Scoring is based on the quality of work, the strength of the proposed goals for the residency, as well as on the jurors’ judgment about how much this opportunity would benefit the applicant and their goals. Our selection rubric takes equity factors into consideration in order to better support those marginalized within arts institutions/ opportunities. Within the application, artists have the option to describe any equity factors the jurors should take into consideration. This may include considerations of race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, disability, status as a care-giver, veteran, immigration status, overall financial needs, and lack of access to formal art education. We recognize that racism and racial inequality pervade the cultural sector, our local community, and the world at large.



DEADLINE: 6/9/2024

This a call for a 2-month paid residency for collectives (existing or newly established on the occasion of this call, ideally 5 persons). The period of 2 months can be spread over a maximum of 5 months.

For about 15 years a.pass has been hosting a co-learning environment for research-based practices, focusing on collaboration, performativity, self-organisation and transdisciplinarity. a.pass is an acronym for ‘advanced performance and scenography studies’: ‘performance’ refers to how practices act in their surroundings, ‘scenography’ is the production of space and context, ‘studies’ stands for a co-learning pedagogical approach and the prefix ‘advanced’ is a dedication to challenge the frames of existing disciplinary determinations.

We foresee a paid residency for 2 months for ideally 5 persons (min.3 –  max.10 persons). There is a salary for 5 people (in case of 10 persons: the salary as well as the working time will be divided by 10, making sure people are paid correctly for the time they invest) (in case of less than 5 persons: the salary per person remains the same). The period of 2 months can be spread over a maximum of 5 months. You can indicate which periods would be convenient for your group. There will also be 2 return moments after the residency (to be organised later). 


The salary will be €5.000/month/person (all costs & VAT incl.) It is also possible to be on the payroll with an artist contract, in that case the gross salary will be €3.250 (according to the official scale of PC 329) and a.pass will pay the extra costs for social security, holiday pay and taxes.


For people coming outside of Belgium, a maximum of €1.000 per month per person for travel and accommodation will be available (refund based on receipts). We don’t have accommodation to stay, we only provide collective workspace.


Production budget per group: €2.000 for the whole residency (on top of the salaries). There will also be administrative/productional/ technical support with basic technical equipment. You will have access to the library and access to the archive and the update about earlier steps made in this transition process.


Space for the residency: depending on the period the place might change, since the nomadic character of a.pass at the very moment, but it will be in/around Brussels. Also collaboration with other organisations, to create intersection with other worlds, other realities could be possible. You can also indicate what kind of place you would need for this residency in your application. 



DEADLINE: 6/9/2024

Science&Art Lab brings together cutting-edge research with art in their various forms of expression and media and inspires a dialog. The aim is to enable different approaches to research questions and an exchange between science, art and audiences.

Science&Art Lab is open to experiments, transfer thinking, new formats and ideas. Our aim is to give space to the dialog between art and science and to fill this space with life, with talks, exhibitions, screenings and other opportunities for encounters. We are convinced that this exchange will provide food for thought that is as well critical as enthusing, inspiring and community-building.

  • Artist grant 2400 Euro (gross) per month, travel costs, accommodation

  • Production budget of 3000 Euro (gross)

  • Access to the Cluster of Excellence QuantumFrontiers

  • Access to new technologies in the laboratories of Quantum Frontiers, i.e. Faculty of Electrical Engineering, Information Technology, Physics and Laboratory for Emerging Nanometrology LENA

  • Contact to the Braunschweig University of Art (HBK Braunschweig)

  • Participation in a public event, including the presentation of the artwork

  • -Visibility through communication activities by TU Braunschweig, Science&Art Lab, and Cluster of Excellence Quantum Frontiers.



DEADLINE: 6/9/2024

Millfield is a vibrant, diverse part of the city in which over 120 languages are spoken. It is often peoples’ first home when they arrive in the city. There are 2 primary schools, many play parks and green spaces, many community centres, and on Lincoln Road you can buy food and items from all over the world, all on one street. 

Peterborough Presents have been working in Millfield since 2017. In that time, we have created and restored murals, held exhibitions, audio tours, film making clubs, carnival performances, and supported loads more. 

For the last five years we have run Millfield Festival. It was a small-scale, family-friendly festival, which welcomed 3000 people every year to make, play, and watch amateur and professional creativity. This year we are pausing Millfield Festival to instead explore how a residency can offer more opportunities for people to participate in creative activity throughout the year. 

The overall aim for this commission is to co-create something or a series of things with our many wonderful community partners and residents in the Millfield & Gladstone area.

Artists grant and expenses:

  • £8000 payable in monthly instalments.

  • An expenses budget (including travel and accommodation) of up to £1500

  • An engagement budget of up to £4000: this must include any workshops or engagement activity that helps shape or influence the final output

  • A production budget of up to £5000: this is for the production and/or installation of the final piece(s)

  • Peterborough Presents will make any purchases outright where possible, rather than expecting the artist to front the costs, as well as supporting the expenditure budgeting.



DEADLINE: 6/10/2024

The Artist in Residence (AIR) program awards fully sponsored residencies to approximately 50 local, national, and international artists each year. Residencies of four to ten weeks include studio space, chef-prepared meals, housing, travel and living expenses. AIRs become part of a dynamic community of artists participating in Headlands’ other programs, allowing for exchange and collaborative relationships to develop within the artist community on campus. Artists selected for this program are at all career stages and work in all media, including drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, new media, installation, fiction and nonfiction writing, poetry, dance, music, interdisciplinary, social practice, arts professions, and architecture.



DEADLINE: 6/10/2024

The Artist in Residence (AIR) program awards fully sponsored residencies to approximately 50 local, national, and international artists each year. Residencies of four to ten weeks include studio space, chef-prepared meals, housing, travel and living expenses. AIRs become part of a dynamic community of artists participating in Headlands’ other programs, allowing for exchange and collaborative relationships to develop within the artist community on campus. Artists selected for this program are at all career stages and work in all media, including drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, new media, installation, fiction and nonfiction writing, poetry, dance, music, interdisciplinary, social practice, arts professions, and architecture.



DEADLINE: 6/14/2024

The Foundation’s residency program runs over an approximately 12-month cycle. It includes a four-week stay at the Foundation dedicated to research, two artist presentations designed for a school audience, and a production grant. The program aims to culminate—subject to grants being obtained—in a solo exhibition presented at the Foundation, accompanied by a publication and public programs.

The initial stay offers the artist in residence the opportunity to develop a research project on the Foundation’s premises, as well as to build ties with the various communities of the Centre-du-Québec, a predominantly French-speaking region. Two professional meetings are planned: one with the Foundation’s education team, to discuss the artist’s presentations for school audiences; and the other with a professional in the arts or environment, selected by the Foundation on the basis of the proposed project.

Following the initial stay, the artist in residence and the Grantham Foundation will develop an exhibition project. The artist agrees to work with the Foundation’s team and to participate in the search for funding. Any production resulting from work undertaken at the Foundation must mention the Foundation’s support.

Through its long-term commitment, the Foundation wishes to provide meaningful support for the development and dissemination of thoughtful, innovative projects whose subject, materials or process reflects the importance of the aesthetic and global issues related to the environment in the Anthropocene age.



DEADLINE: 6/15/2024

VSC’s residency program welcomes artists and writers working across all mediums and genres for two, three, and four week sessions.

Residents enjoy well-lit, private studios within a short walk to residency housing, dining hall, and local amenities. Studio spaces range from 170 - 300 square feet. Accommodations include a private room and shared common areas. The campus features include a print shop, digital lab, and metal, wood, ceramic facility. Studios are open 24 hours a day.

A VSC residency provides artists and writers the time and space to focus on their creative practice in an inclusive, international community within a small Vermont village. Residents can explore swimming holes, hiking and biking trails, as well as the rural charm of neighboring towns, while expanding their creative potential and building a solid network of friends and mentors.



DEADLINE: 6/16/2024

Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency is excited to launch a new opportunity for BIPOC artists and creatives to utilize our campus and facilities via the Hold Space Grant for Artists of Color. 

Participants who qualify can enjoy communal living, making, and opportunities to organize on Ox-Bow’s campus in Saugatuck, Michigan. Lodging, three meals per day, and access to Ox-Bow studios and spaces are provided.

People of color across the creative spectrum including artists of any discipline, writers, curators, teachers, and Ox-Bow Alumni are encouraged to apply. The grant supports individuals or groups of up to twenty for any length from one to seven nights.

The dates available for the Hold Space Grant in 2024 are September 4-11.



DEADLINE: 6/17/2024

The UAFS Art & Design will support residents’ practices through material support for developing new work while emphasizing meaningful connections to students, educational programs, and the campus community. Residents will be provided workspace and access to studios and in the Windgate Art & Design Building, private family-friendly living accommodations near campus, travel costs to-and-from Fort Smith, a generous stipend of $20,000, and a materials budget. Residents will conduct artist-led workshops and programming, public lectures, scheduled engagements with relevant courses, and open studio hours. Additionally, residents will be asked to donate work to the UAFS Art Collection in consultation with the Director of the UAFS Gallery of Art & Design.



DEADLINE: 6/26/2024

STARTS4waterII is excited to announce the Call for Artists for the second edition of the S+T+ARTS Residency Programme, which is dedicated to Water Sustainability and innovation at the nexus of Science, Technology, and the arts. This time, the programme specifically focuses on the environmental challenges of ports, port cities, coastal areas, and waterways.   

Through nine-month residencies, STARTS4waterII will enhance collaborative artistic research, creation, and innovation in different port cities and their related ecosystems and industries across eight countries: Belgium, the Netherlands, Italy, France, Ireland, Austria, Croatia, and Slovenia.

STARTS4waterII will support selected artists through a programme that includes a 9-month residency starting in September 2024 and multiple exhibitions and events during the residency period and thereafter until November 2025.  

Up to EUR 40.000 budget for artists residencies to cover the artist fee, the organisation and participation at artistic exhibitions/events and other relevant costs to ensure the successful implementation of the project (including but not limited to artwork/prototype production); The budget is fixed at EUR 40.000, no matter if the application is for a single artist, or an artist-collective.   

  • Access to the resources/facilities provided by the residency host institution;  

  • Assistance from the Local Expert Group (LEG);  

  • Access to the Europe-wide S+T+ARTS network; Participation at the STARTS4waterII community events (online and on-site);  

  • Potential participation in exhibitions showcasing the outcomes of the residencies at Ars Electronica Festival in September 2025, Love Tomorrow Conference, the UN Ocean Conference and/or other festivals and venues upon selection; and visibility through high impact communication activities to promote the artistic output and its innovation spillovers.  


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