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DEADLINE: 10/1/23

The Rijksakademie houses a highly international, multi-disciplinary, experimental and critically engaged artist community. Residents are supported with a studio, a work budget and a stipend and benefit from an array of opportunities for exchange, including peer to peer dialogue and visits from a wide range of leading art professionals. They have access to technical workshops as well as an extensive library and a historical collection. There is guidance by technical specialists, who foster hands-on, innovative and collaborative approaches to making.

We offer residencies with the goal of providing space for research, reflection, experiment and exchange. Every year we select on average 22 artists for a residency, and most of the artists stay for two years, so the total community consists of about 45 artists. Half of the group is from the Netherlands, the other half from all around the world.

GRANT: €14,000

DEADLINE: 10/1/23

The Camargo Fellowship is the flagship program of the Camargo Foundation. Since 1971, the Camargo Foundation has awarded residencies to nearly 1,500 individuals as part of its mission to support groundbreaking research, experimentation, and interdisciplinary approaches in the Arts and Humanities. Each year, an esteemed panel of scholars and arts professionals selects 14 individuals or teams.

Grant: $3,500

NORDISKA AKVARELLMUSEET: (The Nordic Watercolour Museum)
DEADLINE: 10/1/23

One of the main goals of The Nordic Watercolour Museum is to promote artistic development to make the museum a space for thoughts and processes. One way of doing this, is by offering artists accommodation in the guest studios next to the museum. The museum wants to contribute to artistic networks, peace of mind, inspiration – for the creation of art. We are curious about the meetings and processes that can occur between the artist, the place, the visitors and the exhibitions.

The Nordic Watercolour Museum's 7-day residence offers artists in all art forms a free stay in one of our guest studios for a week and a travel grant of up to 1000 SEK. Every year, six to eight artists are offered the residency, to be used during spring or autumn.

DEADLINE: 10/1/23

Our Fellowship Program supports a diverse range of cultural producers working in the vanguard of their creative fields. Fellowships are six weeks in length, occur year-round and provide fellows with housing, food, studio space, and $1,750 in financial support.

Fellows enjoy a private bedroom and share a kitchen, bathrooms, and living space in a 3-story Victorian house. All dietary needs are accommodated, and on most nights, Lighthouse Works staff cook for and eat dinner with the fellows. Studios are located about 1.5 miles/a 30 minute walk from the fellowship house.

The studio building, “The Annex,” is adjacent to Silver Eel Cove, where the ferry arrives and departs the island. Studios are private, flooded with light, and face the ocean. Additionally, Lighthouse Works maintains a wood and metal fabrication shop, and a kiln.

While in residence, our fellows’ primary obligation is to pursue their work. Still, we ask every fellow to participate in two events—an Artist Talk and Open Studio—which bookend the fellowship. Given the size and intimacy of our program, everyone gets to know each other through our program. Thus the fellowship allows for conversation, critique, and collaboration.

DEADLINE: 10/1/23

We invite artists to join us in our conversations on diverse topics such as: the non-neutrality of data, algorithmic bias, digital labor, the invisible infrastructures of data collection, gender and the body, networks, methods, sonic technologies, interpretative nature of data, and earth + space + body. The goal is to create connections (between people, projects, and spaces) and build a vocabulary of commons. We envision projects that explore the creation of artifacts, materials and processes of any medium (multidisciplinary practices encouraged).

The residency is hosted in an academic setting (at University of Washington, Seattle, USA) so there is a possibility to work with students in art and design. The last week will involve public sharing of the project (including a talk). We also plan to exhibit the work (e.g. in a gallery setting or installation) beyond the timeframe of the exhibition.

What we offer:

- Shared studio space

- Access to fabrication equipment

- A small budget for materials

- Exhibition space

Payment and support:

- $3000 honorarium

- Travel funding (up to $650)

- Accommodation (up to $2000)

DEADLINE: 10/1/2023

The Artist-in-Residence Program (AIR) at the Center for Contemporary Printmaking takes place in the recently remodeled Helen Frankenthaler Printmaking Cottage. Within this space artists have the opportunity to produce a body of work in a supportive atmosphere for creative growth and development—using traditional as well as innovative printmaking techniques. The intention of the residency is to offer artists uninterrupted time and privacy 24/7 in a well-equipped studio with onsite living accommodations.

This residency has proven to be an ideal opportunity for experimentation and collaboration. Artists can add to their work practice, explore new mediums, create an edition, or otherwise advance their printmaking skills. CCP strives to advance outcomes from the residency that stimulate original and inventive work that the artist might not otherwise have attempted absent these amenities.

With each application, we ask for a full budget of a resident’s proposed project. Please include the following:

Cottage Stay: $1500 for 1 week, $1,000 each additional week

Production Fee: $20/day of printing. This fee covers standard studio supplies such as all cleaning solutions, paper towels, newsprint, black ink and modifiers. If you have questions about a particular supply, please contact us.

Materials: These include plates, paper, and most inks. Some materials may be purchased through CCP if desired; Contact us for current pricing.

Printer Fees: Resident artists may work independently or reserve time with one of CCP’s staff printers or professional collaborators on an hourly or daily fee basis. $65/hour Staff Master Printer, $55/hour Staff Printer

Do not include travel and food in your budget.


The Penland Core Fellowship Program is a two-year work-study fellowship for early career artists looking to expand technical skills and material fluency while working to support the day-to-day operations of a craft school. Artists of all backgrounds who want to advance their educational goals and explore their capacity to contribute to a thriving creative community are encouraged to apply. The goal of the program is to shape the future of contemporary craft by creating opportunity, connection, and immersive education for early career artists who bring a range of perspectives and goals to the school.

Penland core fellows fully engage with Penland by taking several workshops each year in familiar or new media, and performing integral jobs for the school. Penland’s ever-changing learning environment allows core fellows to study with world-class teaching artists from all over the US and abroad; this is a unique opportunity to create an educational path that responds to individual goals. The program can serve as preparation for careers in creative, non-profit, educational, and entrepreneurial sectors. A measure of the program’s success is the number of core fellows who have gone on to make a life in craft. To date over 200 people have participated in the program, and about 80% are practicing artists or professional contributors to the field of craft today.

The work that core fellows do for the school—jobs such as weekend cook, and entertainment coordinator—places them at the heart of Penland’s daily operations and gives them an opportunity to develop leadership skills and connect with artists from all over by working cooperatively towards a common goal. Core fellows are often a bridge between the staff and the studios and serve a unique role in helping others have a meaningful experience at Penland.

Core fellows live and work together and often learn as much from each other as they do from their instructors and mentors. In the process, they have a chance to form close friendships and often become part of each other’s lifelong creative and professional networks.

Core fellows receive a stipend of $500 every two weeks, or $13,000 annually. There is no charge for housing or utilities; meals are provided while the school’s dining hall is open (approximately 8 months of the year). There is no tuition cost for workshops, and core fellows can take up to 7 workshops per year.

DEADLINE: 10/15/23

Art Omi has five distinct residency programs: Art Omi: Architecture, Art Omi: Artists; Art Omi: Dance; Art Omi: Music; and Art Omi: Writers. Through a competitive jury process, residents are chosen, invited to attend at no cost to themselves, except travel. Abundant, catered meals and comfortable, beautiful lodgings are provided in a scenic location in Columbia County, New York. Learn more about Art Omi artist residency programs here.

Art Omi: Artists invites artists, critics, and curators from around the world - representing a wide diversity of artistic styles and practices - to gather in rural New York to experiment, collaborate, and share ideas. Concentrated time for creative work is balanced with the stimulation of cultural exchange and critical appraisal. Art Omi: Artists Residency nurtures deep creative and professional connections in a vibrant social setting.

Each session, two dozen international artists are invited to the program, along with two critics/curators who participate as Critic Emeritus and Critic/Curator-In-Residence. These two individuals play a pivotal role in the residency as they facilitate discussions, help connect the artists with art world professionals through the Visitors Program, and conduct individual studio visits with the artists in residence throughout the duration of the residency session.

Art Omi: Artists welcomes artists from all over the world who have been professionally active for at least the past 3 years. Disciplines include visual arts, sound art, performance, and social practice. Having studied art is not a requirement: we accept applications from self-taught professional artists.

DEADLINE: 10/15/23

We are looking for 3 scholarship holders with completed studies from the following areas:

  • Sound Art / Sound Studies / Audiovisual Art / Experimental Instrument Design

  • Visual Art / Installations / Sculpture / Land Art / Performance

IMPORTANT: Sound installations that are not visually designed will not be taken into account.

We are looking forward to artists who are willing to be inspired by the castle, the surroundings and the motto of the festival for their work.

The 3 selected scholarship holders live in a house in the small picturesque town at the foot of the castle. There, the scholarship holders have a sleeping/working room available for the duration of the scholarship as well as exhibition facilities in the castle.

DEADLINE: 10/15/23

We provide time and space to our resident artists, to develop and/or create new work. We develop deliverables for each residency on a case-by-case basis. In general, our residencies are one month long, and include a generous stipend and housing in our dedicated artist housing, known as "The Shed."

DEADLINE: 10/16/23

From spring 2024, Spreepark Art Space will offer a residency programme for interdisciplinary collectives or project-based groups who do not (yet) live and work in Berlin.

The residency is offered in Eierhäuschen, a freshly renovated, historic restaurant, as a space for artistic production and sustainable and social interaction. Eierhäuschen is located in the middle of a nature reserve and in close proximity to Spreepark - a former amusement park whose long-term transformation into a new public park invites cross-disciplinary reflection and experimentation.

The three-month residency serves to explore in greater depth an individual question developed for this site, which includes new artistic perspectives and insights. The artistic production process should form a connection with the place and its fields of action art - culture - nature. The Spreepark Art Space is dedicated to the artistic use and examination of the public green urban space in Berlin, especially the site of the former Spreepark amusement park. In addition to the classic exhibition formats, the residence is particularly suitable for research projects, temporary artworks in the outdoor space and the diverse range of educational offers and other interactive events on the connection between people and nature, art and the environment, landscape and architecture.

Participating artists are selected by an international board of trustees once a year through an open call. The residency periods in 2024 are: 08 April to 21 June 2024, 01 July to 20 September 2024 and 30 September to 13 December 2024.

DEADLINE: 10/16/23

Located in Switzerland, the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne (EPFL) is a leading university and one of Europe’s most vibrant and cosmopolitan science and technology institutions. EPFL hosts more than 350 labs at its international campus in the Lausanne area.

Initiated by the EPFL College of Humanities (CDH), amplified by EPFL Pavilions, and in partnership with the City of Lausanne, the EPFL-CDH Artist-in-Residence (AiR) Program “Enter the Hyper-Scientific” reflects the CDH mission of fostering transdisciplinary encounters and collaborations between artists and EPFL’s scientific community. The program invites professional Swiss and international creative practitioners, both emerging and established, for three-month residencies to realize innovative and visionary projects at the intersection of art, science, and advanced technologies.

DEADLINE: 10/20/23

The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, the MSU Museum and Michigan State University’s art, science and culture collaborative, the STEAMpower Project, are excited to announce the inaugural open call for the MSUFCU Arts Power Up Arts Residency program. This new residency aims to foster collaboration, exploration, experimentation and innovation, culminating in the creation of groundbreaking artworks at the intersection of art, science and technology. The program provides a supportive environment for artists to create new artworks while engaging with the vibrant communities across MSU’s campus.

The call invites visual artists of all backgrounds to immerse themselves in the FRIB laboratory environment, fostering a culture of innovation and boundary-pushing exploration. The theme for this year is nuclear astrophysics. Artists who submit to the call are encouraged to propose interactive visual artworks that explore the societal or philosophical context of this important area of FRIB research.

DEADLINE: 10/23/23

The Facility for Rare Isotope Beams, the MSU Museum and Michigan State University’s art, science and culture collaborative, the STEAMpower Project, are excited to announce the inaugural open call for the MSUFCU Arts Power Up Arts Residency program. This new residency aims to foster collaboration, exploration, experimentation and innovation, culminating in the creation of groundbreaking artworks at the intersection of art, science and technology. The program provides a supportive environment for artists to create new artworks while engaging with the vibrant communities across MSU’s campus.

The call invites visual artists of all backgrounds to immerse themselves in the FRIB laboratory environment, fostering a culture of innovation and boundary-pushing exploration. The theme for this year is nuclear astrophysics. Artists who submit to the call are encouraged to propose interactive visual artworks that explore the societal or philosophical context of this important area of FRIB research.

“Creative innovation is the driver of a major research university,” said Judith Stoddart, vice provost for University Arts and Collections. “Thinking and experimenting together across fields opens up new discoveries. Thanks to the generosity of MSUFCU, we have new ways to collaborate that will create unique experiences and opportunities for engagement with big ideas. This combination of FRIB, the MSU Museum experimentation hub and the STEAMpower Project arts and science research initiative can only happen here.”

DEADLINE: 10/29/23

As part of the research residency program, Artexte invites three researchers (individuals and/or collectives) of all contemporary art practices to browse documentary resources to explore its collection in order to deepen the state of research on a particular subject. The selected research residency projects are selected for the direct links they have with Artexte's collection and institutional mission, while demonstrating a sensitivity to the interests and research needs of the local and national artistic community. Artexte prioritizes research projects that explore and value artistic practices and themes requiring more attention by Canadian art history, the national artistic community, as well as projects that reveal and contribute to the accessibility of the unsuspected and unknown documentation of the Artexte collection.

Artexte offers residents research support, as well as a workspace equipped with research tools (computer, scanner and photocopier). A research residency lasts from one to three months, depending on the needs of the project. Artexte grants a fee of $1,000 to the selected residents.

DEADLINE: 10/30/23

Holding fast to the North Atlantic horizon, Eastern Edge is uniquely positioned to bridge local and international art communities. Eastern Edge is located at 72 Harbour Drive in downtown St. John’s, Ktaqmkuk (Newfoundland and Labrador). Our island location is a haven for independent artistic activity; engaging artists who want to be challenged to create in an environment where pragmatic, uncompromising dedication to personal vision is celebrated. As Newfoundland & Labrador’s oldest artist-run-centre, we are committed to supporting emerging creative practices, challenging the status quo, and building active audiences.

DEADLINE: 10/31/23

Project development grant for artists from the field of media art and experimental media.

The Artist-in-Residence Program of Salzburg awards in cooperation with subnet – Salzburg platform for media art and experimental technologies a one-month project development grant.

Period: 4 weeks - September 2nd - 30th 2024

The studio apartment is located in the Künstlerhaus Salzburg.

- A studio apartment for project development

- A grant of 600, - Euro

- Free access to subnetBÜRO and its infrastructure - The possibility to access the laboratories and workshops of the Center for Human-Computer Interaction.

DEADLINE: 10/31/23

Moab Arts Reuse Residency’s (MARR) mission is to challenge the perception of waste culture by providing a unique platform for artists at the intersection of art, community, and waste systems. The Moab area is highly impacted by the tourism industry and, as a result, waste management. By facilitating artists’ direct engagement with the waste stream, MARR encourages resident artists to consider their studio practice through the lens of sustainability and to thoughtfully re-assess their processes of material sourcing and waste disposal.

Through a 4-week residency, the program offers artists housing*, studio space, project and community facilitation, a stipend, and access to materials at local waste disposal sites. As a component of each residency, artists spend time providing opportunities for learning, dialog and enrichment within the community.

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