Hub: Art Residencies

International Artist in Residence programs including residencies in Japan, UK, USA, Canada, Middle and South America, Europe, Australia, Africa and Asia. Worldwide int’l AIR programs.

Northern Connections Open Call Residency And Platform in Leeds, UK

 SUBMISSION  DEADLINE: November 20th, 2017 

Northern School of Contemporary Dance is seeking applications for Northern Connections, an artist development and performance opportunity for emerging artists based in the North of England.

If selected, you and your dancers/collaborators will receive funding to undertake a 3 week creative/rehearsal studio residency at NSCD and Yorkshire Dance in Leeds, with bespoke business advice and mentoring from Spin Arts.

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Call for Berlin Sessions Residency


Berlin Sessions is an art platform that aims to promote the cultural mobility development of international artists. It is conceived to offer curatorial experience, network building and logistic support in the art sector to artists and creative industries professionals interested in gaining an insight into the Berlin vibrant art scene. 

The residencies are conducted in collaboration with funding bodies such as universities, art councils or foundations who, together with the Berlin Sessions staff and selected applicants, draft aims and objectives of the program and are responsible for a successful finalization of the mobility program. The platform do not support endeavors where the artist or curator has to carry the cost of the program. 

Prior to commencing the residency, both the sponsoring organisation and Berlin Sessions are in dialogue with the residency candidate, outlining a program specific to their research focus and practice. All three parties are invested in the success of the project and have equal evaluation measures.

The residency can be planned according to the needs and budget of the artist and involves curatorial feedback, project management support, dialogue in studios of Berlin based artists, networking, visiting theme specific events (conferences, exhibition openings, festivals and group discussions).

Upon further agreement, Berlin Sessions can also support the realisation of exhibition projects, presentations, panel discussions, performances and video interviews (with the approval of the sponsoring organisation).

As residency providers, Berlin Sessions do not support endeavors where the artist or curator has to carry the cost of the program. That is why the platform is offered exclusively to bodies who are ready to finance individual projects partnering-up long- or short-term with Berlin Sessions.

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Adaptation – open call for applications

 SUBMISSION  DEADLINE: November 30th, 2016 

Adaptation is a competition and an event aimed at envisioning the interstices of art and technology, utilizing the Internet of Things as means to sense and visualize both the physical and the virtual world. The event is scheduled to take place in Berlin, Germany during the summer of 2017. The competition is open for artists and technologists to work together and co-create. Thinking critically about the technology, as well as multimedia collaborations which might include sound, visual arts or light, are all encouraged.

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European Creative Hubs Network Peer-to-peer exchange scheme

 SUBMISSION  DEADLINE: October 21st, 2016 

The European Creative Hubs Network Peer-to-peer exchange scheme (P2P scheme) is a mobility exchange programme to support the development and networking of creative hubs leaders across Europe. It is set-up to help creative hubs staff (leaders, founders, managers, projects or platform leads, community managers, etc.) benefit from a work experience in a different creative hub, with the aim of sharing knowledge or setting up collaborative projects.

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Open call for PILOTENKUECHE Leipzig

 SUBMISSION  DEADLINE: October 30th, 2016 

The project “PILOTENKUECHE” supports artists and is an international artist-run residence with an art program based in Leipzig, Germany. The non-profit project is organized by artists with a transdisciplinarily background between art, theory & diverse sciences. The project is always looking for artists to participate in the next and upcoming rounds of its international artist residence & program. We will be accepting applications any time.

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 SUBMISSION  DEADLINE: November 15th, 2016 

The Anvil Centre is accepting applications from local and regional artists for its inaugural Artist in Residence Program. The Anvil Centre AiR is a self-directed residency program offering opportunities for artists to focus on work in a creative environment, with dedicated studio time. This residency accommodates artists and artist collectives working in sculpture, print, fibre, drawing, painting, writing and literary arts, music, dance and performance for a four-week period for research, development and production of new or ongoing bodies of work. In exchange, artists will facilitate an outreach program for the local community during their residency.

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