The Bridget Riley Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for exceptional artists, at an early to mid point in their career, whose work has a significant drawing element, to spend six months in Rome. Applicants must beof British or Commonwealth nationality or have been working professionally or studying at postgraduate level for at least the last three years in the UK or Commonwealth (i.e. since January 2014).
Artists interested in exploring the aesthetic and discursive possibilities that are derived from the connections between innovative creative practices, new materialistic approaches and synthetic biology research are invited to submit an application. The call is open for artists to propose innovative concepts in the field of visual art, interactive art, digital music / sound art, sculptural art, hybrid art, performance & choreography, architecture and photography.
The Phillips Collection and the University of Maryland hosts two postdoctoral fellowships during the academic year. These fellowships will allow the recipients to work with the Phillips’s collection of modern and contemporary art and the University of Maryland’s leadership programs in art historical scholarship, interdisciplinary experimentation, and virtual technologies.
IdeasCity Arles—the next edition of the New Museum’s platform that explores the future of cities with arts and culture as driving forces—will take place May 22–27, 2017. The weeklong residency programme invites emerging practitioners working at the intersection of art, activism, design, technology, and urbanism.
The 2016-17 grants are intended for interdisciplinary artistic teams working in theatre, dance, site-specific arts, music, digital arts and circus or various hybrid forms. The artistic research process will take the form of an experimentation phase or a writing and conceptualisation phase granted to three companies.
The Arrowmont Artists-in-Residence Program was established in 1991. The program provides early career, self-directed artists time, space and support to experiment and develop a new body of work in a creative supportive community environment of 160 rotating visiting workshop artists/instructors and hundreds of students. The program encourages early career artists who embrace community and enjoy working in a team environment to apply.