- Spark Box Studio 2013 Winter Artist Residency Open Call
- Call for Applications: A.I.R. Studio Paducah
- Roman J. Witt Residency Program – Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, Michigan USA (Deadline: Jan 11th, 2013)
- Soi Fischer – CONTEMPORARY ART, DAILY: ART PRACTICE IN A FIELD OF SIMILAR IMAGES – Toronto, Canada (Deadline: Dec 21st 2012)
- HOM INTERES – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (Deadline: Dec 31st, 2012)
Spark Box Studio 2013 Winter Artist Residency Open Call
January 2013 – March 2013
Spark Box Studio’s 2013 Winter Residency Open Call is now accepting applications from national and international artists at all stages of their career. Each year we are excited to invite a new group of artists into our space. Here artists will be given the time and space to network, research, experiment and built their artist practices. Focusing on your art career at a quiet, self-directed residency is a great experience and what better place to do it than surrounded by the rural Ontario countryside.
Our residency provides live/work space to accommodate both emerging and professional printmakers, photographers, painters, illustrators and writers. Artists-in-residence have access to our professional studio and resources. The Residency Program affords artists the space and time to support the advancement of their careers and to strengthen their practice.
Artists-in-residence stay with us, Chrissy and Kyle, in a charming century home located just outside the town of Picton in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada. Interested artists may apply to live and work at Spark Box for a duration of one weekend to 2 months.
Spark Box Studio can facilitate up to three residents at any one time. Residents receive a bedroom and a dedicated semi-private studio space.
TO APPLY VISIT: http://sparkboxstudio.com/residency/
Call for Applications: A.I.R. Studio Paducah
Artist Residency in Paducah, KY
A.I.R. Studio Paducah is seeking applications for the residency program beginning April 1, 2013. The program welcomes artists working in a range of traditional and non-traditional visual arts practices, as well as writers and composers. The residency is best suited to self-motivated, focused artists who have a clear objective for the residency. Stays can be as short as two weeks and as long as three months. Collaborative artists (2) and couples can be accommodated.
Located in the heart of Lowertown Paducah, A.I.R. Studio is within walking distance to local galleries and artist’s studios. The Yeiser Art Center, Maiden Alley Cinema, the Carson Center, the National Quilt Museum and the Paducah School of Art are also close by.
A.I.R. Studio Paducah is managed on a not-for-profit basis, and at this time, financial support is not available. The live/work studio rent is $850 per month or $500 for two weeks, inclusive of utilities. The studio space is handicap accessible, and not media specific.
For more info, go to http://www.airstudiopaducah.blogspot.com
Roman J. Witt Residency Program – Penny W. Stamps School of Art & Design, Michigan USA (Deadline: Jan 11th, 2013)
Witt Artist In Residence
The mission of the Roman J. Witt Residency Program is to support the production of new interdisciplinary work with assistance from the School of Art & Design community. The program awards up to two residencies per academic year for a visiting artist/designer to work at the school to develop a new work in collaboration with students and faculty. The intersection with the School may include workshops, critiques, and lectures. A centerpiece of the residency is the open studio, a centrally located studio space that is part of the school’s main gallery where the resident carries out work in a public domain. The residency is expected to culminate in the realization of the proposed work, as well as a presentation that summarizes the process and work accomplished.
The Witt Residency is open to both established and emerging artists/designers. The Witt residency provides students an alternative learning opportunity to engage with practicing artists who make use of resources across campus, therefore the ideal candidate must value collaboration, have good social and communication skills and be interested in generating creative partnerships across disciplines. It is the goal of the Witt Residency to foster an atmosphere of inventive creative activity that extends throughout the University community.
Witt Residents receive an honorarium of $20,000 for up to twelve weeks in residence served over an academic year. There is flexibility in how the time in residence is apportioned. In addition to the honorarium, residents will be provided with housing, studio space, and up to $5,000 funding support for project materials. The School encourages applications from individuals as well as from creative teams however, please be advised that the resources listed above are finite, including the travel budget. If teams apply, the expectation is that the award will be shared between its members.
How to Apply
The Witt Residency Program’s application process is conducted using SlideRoom, an online review system. Applicants register and submit their application materials on the SlideRoom website using A&D’s portal. SlideRoom is web-based, so all applicants need is an Internet connection and a modern web browser – there is nothing to download or install. Applicants with prepared digital files can quickly upload their submission within minutes.
Applicants must submit their portfolio online at: um.slideroom.com.
SlideRoom Application Requirements:
- Complete the online application form, including resume/CV and references.
- Upload media – this may include video, audio, and pdf files.
- Submit the processing fee.
A&D’s SlideRoom portal offers complete instructions for submitting work. For technical assistance, a video tutorial is available at SlideRoom and applicants may access the SlideRoom help desk at slideroom.zendesk.com.
Slideroom requires a nominal $10 application fee to offset the cost of media uploads and storage at the time of submission. The fee is paid by the applicant using a secure system via SlideRoom online as the final step in submitting the application.
If you cannot use Slideroom and would like to make alternate arrangements, please email Chrisstina Hamilton at email@example.com.
- Proposals Due – January 11, 2013
- Selection Committee Review – February, 2013Selection Committee reviews materials and selects finalists to interview. Applicants will receive email notification, so please be sure to include your correct email address in your proposal.
- Interviews – March/April, 2013
- Notification – May 15, 2013
more info can be viewed here: http://art-design.umich.edu/witt
Soi Fischer – CONTEMPORARY ART, DAILY: ART PRACTICE IN A FIELD OF SIMILAR IMAGES – Toronto, Canada (Deadline: Dec 21st 2012)
Location: Toronto, Canada
Duration: February 1 – 15, 2013
Cost: Call $850 + HST (13%) Soi Fischer is now accepting applications for the February 2013 session of the Thematic Residency Program.
The Thematic Residency Program in Toronto, Canada offers artists the opportunity to work independently with the mentorship of a visiting professional artist, curator or critic working in international contemporary art. Thematic residencies explore various models including studio work, formal lectures, group discussion, peer collaboration and outdoor retreats. This direction allows individual residents to find common ground amongst each other’s disparate practices and establish new connections through communal dialogue.
CONTEMPORARY ART, DAILY: ART PRACTICE IN A FIELD OF SIMILAR IMAGES
Program Dates: February 1 – 15, 2013
Application Deadline: December 21, 2012
Price: $850 + HST
A meme, beyond its association with cats and YOLO, is a self-replicating strand of culture. It is a term for the analogy between the spread and selection of genetic information and of cultural materials, opinions, or ideas.
(1) Art, like any action, is a meme. The habits of the contemporary artist have self-replicated into an international network of white walls and effete gestures; a torrent of similar images.
(2) To understand the construction and limitations of this meme, we must step outside it.
This residency period will be spent considering these two principles. To begin with, we will spend time looking at our own practices to identify what strains of the art meme have filtered into our work, perhaps without our intent. By doing this we can reflect on what it is we hope to say, and what we do not wish to repeat. We will then look outside of the art context to other parts of culture, to try to assess how different hierarchies and non-hierarchies function–alternative forms of attribution, authorship, and value. By looking to these, or inventing our own, we may find methods by which art’s ambitions can be inserted into other territories, or methods by which we can come to fundamentally reassess our aims as authors. As a group we will come together to arrive at daily practices, discussions, or other interactions that will serve to enhance what we do with our time in and out of the studio.
Artie VIERKANT (MFA, 2011, University of Southern California, San Diego) lives and works in New York, New York. Recent solo exhibitions include Artie Vierkant, Higher Pictures, New York City and Real Proper, Preteen Gallery, Mexico City; and group exhibitions Sound Works, Institute of Contemporary Art, Londonand Banal Inferno, Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow.
To apply please use the Online Application Form
ABOUT ARTSCAPE GIBRALTAR POINT
Departing from the Jack Layton Ferry Terminal in downtown Toronto at the foot of Bay St. & Queens Quay, the seven-minute ferry ride takes you across Toronto Harbour to Hanlan’s Point. A five-minute bike ride brings you to our front door. Artscape Gibraltar Point is located at 443 Lakeshore Avenue on Toronto Islands.
Accommodations include fifteen private bedrooms with shared bathrooms, coin-operated laundry machines and Wi-Fi throughout the building. Residents share a communal kitchen with personal refrigerator space and dry storage. The kitchen is fully stocked with amenities including a stove, oven and microwave; generous counter space to prepare meals; dinnerware, flatware and cookware; and staples such as coffee, tea and sugar. A banquet table that seats eighteen sits at the center of the large bright room amongst couches and houseplants.
Studios are well-ventilated with high ceilings, tall windows and large walls. Tables, lamps and chairs are available. Facilities include a library, a black and white dark room, a woodworking studio, and a projector and PA system.
The building is located on acres of land that include a Blue Flag beach with an uninterrupted view of Lake Ontario, a forest, sprawling lawns and gardens filled with flowers, fruit and vegetables. Tennis courts and a baseball diamond are nearby. The Gibraltar Point Lighthouse, the oldest surviving lighthouse on the Great Lakes, is located across the street.
Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Duration: 1 month
Eligibility: international visual artists, curators and art writers, Applicants must be actively practicing in their field with at least 3 current years of involvement in the art scene. Applicants must be able to communicate in English. They must be ready to undergo the programs that have been arranged by the organisers and prepared to interact with the local community.
Cost: Participants will pay for: travel, meals, visas, medical
INTERES is a residency program that aims to promote the exchange of arts and culture between international visual artists, curators and art writers with the Malaysian art community.
It is a platform for international participants to learn about the local visual arts industry through establishing networks and collaborative projects.
The residency will be held at HOM Studio 6A Jalan Cempaka 16, Taman Cempaka, 68000 Ampang Selangor, Malaysia
•Is open to all international visual artists, curators and art writers.
•The residency period is between 25 to 30 days and it runs throughout the year.
•The participants will engage themselves in building networks to instigate potential collaborations with the local art community.
•Lodging. An air-conditioned room with a double-decker bed that will be shared with another participant.
•A studio that shared with the local artist and
Otherwise stated, participants will have to provide their own return flight tickets, travelling visa, meals and medical expenses. No exhibition arrangement will be provided at the end of the residency.
Applicants must be actively practicing in their field with at least 3 current years of involvement in the art scene. Applicants must be able to communicate in English. They must be ready to undergo the programs that have been arranged by the organisers and prepared to interact with the local community.
Application is by OPEN CALL.
Applicants will need to send:
•An updated CV and portfolio.
•A proposal on how you will utilise your stay. For example; people you would like to meet? Places and things you want to visit and see and what kind of projects that you wish to do or collaborate.
•Please state your preferred month to attend the residency.
Closing date for 2013 application is DECEMBER 31, 2012
Please send your applications to firstname.lastname@example.org
Miss Erna Dyanty ,
HOM Residency Manager,
Telephone : +6012 231 0961
For more information, please visit http://www.houseofmatahati.blogspot.com