- The Vermont Studio Center – October 1st, 2012 Fellowship Awards
- THE ALBERT: spaces to play with Artist residency, London
- Saari Residence, Finland (Deadline: Aug 31st, 2012)
- National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA) St. Petersburg Branch – Art Residence Fellowship, Kronshtadt, Russia (Deadline: August 30th, 2012)
- International Artist Residencies 2012 AIR/HMC, Budapest, Hungary (Deadline: September 15th, 2012)
- D’CLINIC Studios, Lendava, Slovenia (Deadline: Sep 23rd, 2012)
- Skaftfell – Center for Visual Art, Seydisfjorður, East-Iceland (Deadline Sept, 1st, 2012)
The Vermont Studio Center – October 1st, 2012 Fellowship Awards
The Vermont Studio Center holds three annual fellowship deadlines, with new juries and different awards each time. In 2011, VSC awarded 179 fellowships to artists and writers from the U.S. and 25 other countries. Unless otherwise noted, all of the fellowships listed below are for 4-week residencies at VSC.
VSC Fellowships Open to All
Sixteen awards open to all artists and writers, based entirely on merit.
VSC Diversity Initiative Fellowships
At this deadline, three awards are available to talented minority artists and writers from the United States. These awards, supported by the Educational Foundation of America, include a $400 travel stipend.
Clowes Fund Fellowship
Four fellowships, one each for visual artists living in Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Indiana and Washington. Each award includes a $400 travel stipend.
Sustainable Arts Foundation Fellowships
Two awards—one 4-week and one 2-week residency fellowship—for artists and writers who are raising young children. These awards include a stipend ($2,000 for the 4-week residency and $1,000 for the 2-week residency) to cover lost income, travel, childcare, and other costs related to taking time away from the family.
James Merrill Fellowships
Two awards for outstanding American poets with demonstrable financial need. These fellowships are in honor of the literary and philanthropic legacy of the poet James Merrill and are supported by the Hellen Plummer Charitable Foundation.
NEA Creative Access Fellowships
Two awards for artists and writers who are blind or have low vision. These fellowships, supported by the National Endowment for the Arts, include a $500 travel stipend.
Ohio Arts Council Fellowships
Two awards, one each for a visual artist and writer, who are recent recipients of OAC Individual Excellence Awards.
Artist’s Resource Trust (A.R.T.) Fellowships
A special fellowship opportunity for New England visual artists over the age of 35 with demonstrable financial need. Please apply to VSC at this deadline for consideration by A.R.T.
Civil Society Institute Fellowship
One award for an east coast minority artist with demonstrable financial need; preference will be given to artists from New Haven, Jersey City, and Baltimore. The $25 application fee is waived for eligible CSI applicants – use Fee Code VSC-CSI on the Payment page. Award includes a $500 travel stipend.
Rona Jaffe Foundation Fellowship
One fellowship for an emerging woman writer who will be a first-time resident at VSC. This award includes a stipend of $1,250 to help cover expenses associated with taking the residency, including but not limited to travel, rent, childcare or to replace lost income.
Bloomsburg University Fellowship
One fellowship for a Bloomsburg University art or writing faculty member.
Visit http://www.vermontstudiocenter.org/fellowships for more information
Apply online at http://www.vermontstudiocenter.org/apply.
THE ALBERT: spaces to play with Artist residency, London
Deadline for expression of interest: 4th September 2012
THE ALBERT is a new pop-up venue for arts and community well-being that offers space for experimentation and play. This temporary project will be opened to the public between September 2012 – June 2013 and provide a new exciting programme of events, exhibitions, activities and performances that explore the theme of health and well-being.
THE ALBERT aims to bring together a range of playful projects that people can take part in – projects that engage physically and creatively through movement, play, music and song, taste, touch, dance and socialising.
For a limited period, choreographers, musicians, artists, cooks, architects, filmmakers and the unexpected are invited to take up residency at THE ALBERT and facilitate a programme that engages the local neighbourhood and the general public into trying out something new: sing in a choir, perform as a dancer, grow vegetables, learn to cook, paint, build something or get physical!
THE ALBERT offers are range of spaces including studios, a sports hall, an outside ballcourt and greenery, exhibition space and room for performances. Artists and creative individuals or groups are asked to express their interest in residencies that can range from 1week to 10month.
Studio spaces at THE ALBERT are offered rent free but a contribution to the running costs (approx. £2 per m2 per month) will apply. In return all ALBERT residents will contribute to monthly public programmes and involve the local neighbourhood of South Kilburn and Queens Park into their artistic practice through engaging, experiential projects, events or workshops.
Deadline for expression of interest: 4th September 2012
Site visit: 10th September 2012
Location: 1-5 Albert Road, London, NW6 5DT
Project manager: What if: projects Ltd in collaboration with h2dance Project commission: THE ALBERT is a meanwhile project commissioned by the London Borough of Brent
For more information about the project and how to apply please contact: Ulrike@what-if.info T. 020 7253 3376 M. 07813218079
Saari Residence, Finland (Deadline: Aug 31st, 2012)
Duration: Depends on type of applicant
The Saari Residence is maintained by the Kone Foundation and hosts both artists and researchers. Artists of all artistic forms as well as researchers working under a Kone Foundation grant are eligible for residency. During the summer, the Manor is reserved for the use of artist groups. For more information, please see How to Apply.
The Saari Residence offers artists and researchers the opportunity for peace and tranquillity, and the possibility to focus on their creative work undisturbed. The Saari Residence’s historical surroundings and peaceful location near a nature reserve and bird wetlands help to fade away all distractions.
Artists and researchers also encounter each other at the Saari Residence. From September to April, eight artists and researchers of all different disciplines work at the residence for two-month periods at a time. Consequently, opportunities for interaction between these often very different residents abound as does the possibility for breaking the boundaries between their disciplines.
To apply visit: http://www.koneensaatio.fi/en/manor/applying/
National Center for Contemporary Art (NCCA) St. Petersburg Branch – Art Residence Fellowship, Kronshtadt, Russia (Deadline: August 30th, 2012)
Location: Kronshtadt, Russia
Duration: Up to one month, tentative period of residency: November 2012 – June 2013
Eligibility: Open to international artists and curators.
Cost: The winner is awarded a residency for one month or less, free transfer from the airport/railway station and back. Foreign citizens will be offered visa support. NCCA does not cover the transportation costs, food, working materials, long-distance telephone calls or any other expenses related to the residency and public presentation of the works.
The St Petersburg branch of the National Centre for Contemporary Arts announces a residence fellowship for artists and curators in Kronshtadt.
The fellowship aims to promote contemporary art in Russia and support contemporary art projects. NCCA will give preference to the artists and curators of visual, music and performing arts who are eager to employ in their work the cityscape and history of Kronshtadt and give a master class or a public lecture during their residency. We encourage the artist to arrange an exhibition, concert or performance as the result of the residency.
Application: We accept applications from artists or artistic groups and curators by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: through 31 August 2012. Announcement of results: Before 30 September 2012.
Please find more information and download the application form from our website: http://www.ncca.ru/en/articles.text?filial=6&id=57
International Artist Residencies 2012 AIR/HMC, Budapest, Hungary (Deadline: September 15th, 2012)
Hungarian Multicultural Center
AIR/HMC, Budapest 2012
Location: Budapest, Hungary
Extended Deadline: 09/15/12
Duration: Session 5: Thursday, December 27 – Saturday, January 12, 2013
Eligibility: International emerging artists
Discipline: Visual artists, writers, performers
Offered program: Residency, seminar, artist talk, exhibition
Cost: Fee $950 or Euro 700
While HMC does not provide funding for residencies, we are helping to facilitate the creation of program, the cost of the exhibitions and cover %40 of total cost, artists cover %60. We encourage the applicants to apply for a grant or scholarship. “Artist residencies allow the time for dialogue and create connections that contribute to the future..”
The Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc.® (HMC), 501(c)(3), Dallas, TX/Budapest, Hungary based non-profit organization. The HMC dedicated to inspiring, connecting, exhibiting, and promoting artists. The HMC invites interested visual artists, writers, performers to submit application for its residency program in Budapest, Hungary. The residencies offer participants to interact with other artists representing a variety of cultures and backgrounds.
Please visit our website for more information and application form: www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com/id69.html
For further info please write to Beata Szechy, HMC director at email@example.com
D’CLINIC Studios, Lendava, Slovenia (Deadline: Sep 23rd, 2012)
D’CLINIC studios 2013, individual or collaboration-based AiR programs
Location: Lendava, Slovenia
Eligibility: Open to each and every passionate professional from all creative businesses, nationalities, and ages
Cost: Accepted artists (or their sponsors) pay a residency fee which however varies depending on the chosen research-paltform, but generaly it includes: - airport pick up/ drop off - half-board accommodation - private bedroom & bathroom - administrative & technical assistance - Wi-Fi - a full disposability of the studio - press release to the regional media - exhibition/other public presentation - a bike & local SIM card
D’CLINIC studios is now accepting residency proposals from individual artists and collectives in all disciplines. We offer individual or collaboration-based programs. The application deadline for the period between March – July 2013, is 23. September 2012.
D’CLINIC is designed to deliver a supportive community where artists can focus on their own creative practice and/or research, share skills and knowledge, interact or collaborate in an multidisciplinary vibrant environment free from constraint, harshness or formality.
Located in the northeast of Slovenia in the small town of Lendava; where the sun (almost) always shines and the wine (almost) never runs out! Famous for its natural beauty and rich Historical Heritage, laid-back lifestyle Lendava offers an inspirational setting for intensive, introverted exploration, experimentation and/or creation within contemporary arts practices.
For more information please visit our web-site: dclinicstudios.com/
Skaftfell – Center for Visual Art, Seydisfjorður, East-Iceland (Deadline Sept, 1st, 2012)
Skaftfell – Center for Visual Art runs a residency program for artists and scholars in three locations in the town of Seydisfjorður, East-Iceland:
Skaftfell – Hóll – Norðurgata
Call for applications is from 1st june with deadline 1st September, applications are not accepted at other times of the year. All applications must arrive with in one week from the deadline, posted no later than September 1st.
The Skaftfell residency program’s objective is to create a community made up of artists and the general public in the rural setting of East-Iceland. Creating a platform to stimulate innovative dialogue between art and life. Allowing a space for artists to experience and explore a new angle to their artistic work in context with living and working in a unique, micro community were creativity is applied to every day life.
Skaftfell uses the following criteria when evaluating applicants:
- Primarily the quality of the applicants work as indicated by submitted visual documentation.
- A record of exhibition and curriculum vitae.
- Demonstration of a serious and consistent dedication of the professional practice of visual arts through submitted documents.
- Evidence that the applicant is at a critical juncture in their development that will be advanced by the residency.
Although Skaftfell’s residency program is aimed at artists working with in the field of visual art, experimental artists working in intermediate methods are eligible to apply regardless of the nature of their primary profession/education within the arts. Group applications are welcome.
From 1 to 6 months.
Each residency starts the 1st of the month, only whole months are available.
Month 55.000 iskr
Confirmation fee, worth one month, is due at booking.
For further information