Applications are accepted on a rolling basis


The Emergency Fellowships are not intended for presenting your work, or for engaging in an academic program. They are not meant to be used for any kind of production related activity. Instead these Fellowships are meant to be highly responsive to address volatile situations around the world or in Greece, or time-sensitive artistic research, or unanticipated professional needs.

Each Emergency Fellowship consists of a stipend of up to 3.000 €, as well as support from the Οnassis AiR team to prepare anything that can help the fellow to engage in the research activity they are about to embark on.

Anyone, anywhere in the world, can apply by writing to air@onassis.org with a simple letter of intent expressing their individual time-sensitive need, and any relevant information the applicant believes is necessary to give more context to their request. The applications are reviewed by the Οnassis AiR team and everyone gets a reply within a two-week period from the receipt of the request.

The selection of each emergency fellowship is done on a rolling-basis throughout the year.

For further information please visit www.onassis.org.


Büchsenhausen Fellowship Program for Art and Theory 2021 - 22

Application Deadline: January 29, 2021

Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen invites visual and media artists, art critics, theorists, and curators to apply for a fellowship in 2021–2022 (3 October 2021 – 18 June 2022). Candidates can apply for a five-month fellowship.

Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen is a post-graduate center for production, research and exchange in the fields of visual arts and art theory. Within the framework of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, the institution provides a platform that facilitates the development and production of artistic and art-theoretical projects in a critical context. At the same time, it provides a forum for direct exchange between professionals—artists, theorists, critics, and curators—from the region and abroad, as well as a point of interaction with local, interested audiences. Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen is a section of the Tiroler Künstler:innenschaft (the Tyrolean Artists‘ Association), the major association of visual artists from the region.

Büchsenhausen brings together two programs under one roof. On the one hand, it is the site of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory. On the other hand, it is the location of several studios for artists based in Tyrol who are looking for a working space in a professionally interesting environment. Four apartment studios are used by the participants in the Fellowship Program. The other six studios are available to artists based in Tyrol. The project and presentation space is equipped with multimedia facilities and is at the fellows‘ disposal.

Fellowship Program
With its Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, Büchsenhausen promotes internationally relevant artistic production, research, and discussion in the region of Tyrol. The program is based on the idea of generating and maintaining a context for production and discussion, in which artists and theorists can connect and reflect on international art and societal discourses in relation to local topics and issues. At the same time, it provides the opportunity for an artistic laboratory of experimentation, where new artistic practices and strategies may be tried out.


  • a money award of EUR 3,700;
  • an individual studio for working and living, furnished with a large shared kitchen;
  • a production budget for the realization of the submitted proposal;
  • a budget for inviting experts to Büchsenhausen for the purpose of professional exchange;
  • a budget for (at least partially) covering the own travel costs (in relation to the Fellowship Program);
  • the opportunity to present the produced work in a curated group exhibition at the end of the fellowship.


  • free access to the ‚Lab‘, the project/gallery space;
  • free use of the available multimedia production equipment in the ‚Lab‘;
  • free Highspeed-DSL/WLAN Internet access;
  • professional artistic advice;
  • technical advice if required.

Professional visual/media artists, art theorists, art critics, and curators from all over the world are eligible for the fellowship.

The closing date for submissions is 29 January 2021 (postmark).

For further information please visit buchsenhausen.at.

Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen
Weiherburggasse 13
6020 Innsbruck
Tel.: +43 512 278627

Artist residency at Villa Waldberta 2021

Application deadline: January 31, 2021

The City of Munich and their program ARTIST IN RESIDENCE MUNICH with its two residences Villa Waldberta and Ebenböckhaus stand for openness, encounters, and exchanges between people from all over the world. With this call for applications, ARTIST IN RESIDENCE MUNICH offers international artists from all genres the opportunity to work and stay at Villa Waldberta. There they can develop concepts, exchange ideas and thoughts with other guest artists, initiate projects, and introduce themselves and make presentations to the general public as part of events. We support the guest artists with introductions to the art scene in Munich and networking with local persons who are active in the art and culture scenes. In the ideal case, this could result in building or strengthening enduring work relationships.

Who can apply?

Effective immediately, professional artists from all genres with a residence outside of the State of Bavaria can apply.

We welcome applications from persons of all nationalities, religions, sexual identities, age groups, and social backgrounds. We also look forward to receive applications from persons with disabilities; as Villa Waldberta is not barrier-free, if need be we would request that you contact us in advance in order to clarify the availability of the necessary infrastructure, and, when required, to find individual, tailored solutions.

We offer:

  • Reimbursement of travel costs (economy class) up to € 350.00 within Europe, and up to € 800.00 if you travel from outside Europe to Munich
  • One rent-free apartment per person with its own kitchen and bathroom at Villa Waldberta
  • A monthly grant of € 1,200.00 per person
  • A monthly ticket for public transportation in Munich
  • Common areas
  • A studio, and the availability of an exhibition space (the "Palmenhaus" – the Palm House)
  • Events on the theme open to the public
  • Organized meetings with artists and curators, as well as visits to galleries and art institutions in Munich, and, should the situation arise, in the countryside surrounding the foothills of the Alps

We expect:

  • A good working knowledge of spoken and written English.
  • The willingness to work together with the other guest artists, with the ARTIST IN RESIDENCE MUNICH team, and with our partners in the art and cultural fields in Munich.
  • The willingness to participate in events open to the general public.

Application deadline: 31 January 2020

For further information please visit artistinresidence-munich.de.

Villa Waldberta
Höhenbergstrasse 25
82340 Feldafing
Tel.: +49 (0)89 233 - 28718

Crystal Ruth Bell Residency

Application deadline: February 9, 2021

In this pandemic year, with travel on hold for everyone's safety, our residency in our departed co-founder Crystal's honor is transforming into online fellowship and distributed residency around the theme „Mediated."

For the seventh edition of the Crystal Ruth Bell Residency, we are inviting people who work with all kinds of media to apply for a fully-funded, 6 month remote residency in 2021. They welcome your proposals of media arts and mediated projects: for documentaries, videos, films, journalism, AR/VR/mixed reality, games, websites, interactive installations and projects connected to mainland China, Hong Kong, Chinatowns, and the greater Chinese diaspora worldwide in some way. They are calling for individuals and collectives working in all types of creative practices, of all passports, ages, gender-identities, backgrounds, abilities, and interests to send us proposals. Individuals and duos from all nationalities are encouraged to apply.

The Crystal Ruth Bell Mediated Residency covers:

  • USD $6,673.38 stipend as of 2018, our monthly stipend is pegged to inflation)
  • Up to USD $3,326.62 for production-related expenses 
  • Access to Adobe Creative Cloud & Adobe Suite software
  • Remote welcome dinner and monthly optional online gatherings
  • Optional artist talk, workshop & open studio
  • Project support from the China Residencies team

The residency dates will be flexible and take place between March 2021 and December 2021, with many opportunities for project feedback and visits with illustrious guests, in-depth workshops on budgeting & fundraising, mentorship and introductions, and help visioning paths completion and new ways to share your project with the world.

Deadline: Tuesday, February 9th, 2021

For further information please visit chinaresidencies.com.


Stipendien der Stiftung Niedersachsen für Medienkunst 2021 am Edith-Russ-Haus

Bewerbungsschluss: 10. Februar 2021

Ermöglicht durch die Stiftung Niedersachsen vergibt das Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst drei Stipendien zur Förderung einer künstlerischen Arbeit im Bereich der Medienkunst (je €12.500).

Das Stipendium der Stiftung Niedersachsen am Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst fördert ein breites Spektrum der Medienkunst, von Videokunst und netzbasierten Projekten bis hin zu Klang- oder audiovisuellen Installationen. Das Stipendium wird für die Produktion eines neuen Projekts im Bereich der Medienkunst vergeben.

Die Vergabe der Stipendien wird von einer internationalen Jury entschieden.


  • Voraussetzung für die Förderung ist die Benutzerregistrierung und Online-Bewerbung über diese Website bis zum 10. Februar 2021, 23:59 (MEZ). Bewerbungen, die nach diesem Zeitpunkt eingereicht werden, können nicht berücksichtigt werden.
  • Das Stipendium gilt für die Dauer von 6 Monaten (Juli-Dezember 2021), es ist nicht verlängerbar und residenzpflichtig. Erwarteter Aufenthalt in Oldenburg: mindestens ein Monat.
  • Das Projekt bzw. die künstlerische Arbeit sollte innerhalb der 6-monatigen Stipendiumsdauer abgeschlossen werden (nach Absprache auch bis April 2022).
  • Es werden nur Anträge von Künstler*innen angenommen, nicht von Institutionen.
  • Nur ein Antrag pro Jahr/pro Person wird akzeptiert.
  • Künstler*innen können sich als Gruppe bewerben, das Fördergeld ist jedoch gleich wie für Einzelbewerbungen. Die Person, deren Name als Kontakt angegeben wird, wird als verantwortlich für das Projekt angesehen.
  • Auf Wunsch steht den Stipendiat*innen nach Absprache ein ausgestattetes Gästeappartement zur Verfügung.
  • Die Stipendiat*innen sollen in die Aktivitäten des Medienkunsthauses eingebunden werden, u.a. mit Workshops, Präsentationen oder Künstlergesprächen. Die Termine werden in gemeinsamer Absprache mit dem Edith-Russ-Haus festgelegt.
  • Über das Stipendiengeld von 12.500 € und die Möglichkeit der Nutzung eines der Gästeappartements im Edith-Russ-Haus werden keine weiteren Kosten (wie technische Mittel, Produktionsmittel, Reise- und Lebensunterhaltskosten während des Stipendiums, etc.) übernommen.
  • Die Auswahl der Stipendiat*innen wird eine international besetzte Fachjury vornehmen.
  • Nur über das Online-Bewerbungsformular eingereichte Materialien werden berücksichtigt. Zusätzliche Einsendungen, etwa auf dem Postwege oder per eMail werden nicht berücksichtigt. Eine Rücksendung oder Abholung unverlangt eingesandter Materialien ist leider nicht möglich.
  • Der Antrag kann auf Englisch oder Deutsch gestellt werden (bei einem deutsch gestellten Antrag müssen die zentralen Informationen ins Englisch übersetzt sein, da die Jury international besetzt wird).
  • Die ausgewählten Stipendiat*innen stimmen zu, den Organisatoren alle Rechte zur Nutzung von Bildern ihres Kunstwerks für Veröffentlichung, Archivierung und Websiteveröffentlichung sowie jede weitere Kommunikationsform im Rahmen der Stipendiumsdarstellung ohne Bezahlung einzuräumen.
  • Ein Antrag gilt als angenommen, wenn eine Bestätigung per eMail erfolgt. Wenn der Antrag nicht mit den vorgegebenen Bedingungen übereinstimmt, wird keine Bestätigungsemail versandt. Das Edith-Russ-Haus und die Auswahljury haben das Recht, Anträge auszuschließen, die nicht den Bedingungen entsprechen.

Bewerbungsschluss: 10. Februar 2021, 23.59 (MEZ)

Weitere Informationen gibt es unter edith-russ-haus.de.

Edith-Russ-Haus für Medienkunst
Katharinenstraße 23
D-26121 Oldenburg
Tel.: +49(0)441/235-3208

Schwalenberg-Stipendium des Landesverbandes Lippe

Bewerbungsschluss: 13. Februar 2021

Das Aufenthaltsstipendium richtet sich an Künstler*innen aller Sparten der Bildenden Kunst mit entsprechender Qualifikation, Details finden Sie unten.

Das Stipendium bietet neben einer monatlichen Vergütung ein einfaches Appartement sowie einen Arbeitsplatz im großzügigen Gemeinschaftsatelier im Künstlerhaus Schwalenberg. Zum Ende des Stipendiums wird ein Katalog erstellt sowie eine Ausstellung ausgerichtet.

Das Schwalenberg-Stipendium des Landesverbandes Lippe für Bildende Kunst gibt es seit den frühen 1980er Jahren. Ziel des Stipendiums ist die Förderung junger Bildender Künstler. Damit einher geht das Ziel der Etablierung Schwalenbergs als Ort einer lebendigen zeitgenössischen Kunstszene in Anknüpfung an die Tradition der Künstlerkolonie Schwalenbergs. Die Stipendiaten leben und arbeiten im Künstlerhaus, das neben den Appartements für Künstler auch ein Gemeinschaftsatelier mit einem idyllischen Blick über das Tal bietet.

Wer kann sich bewerben?

Das Stipendium richtet sich an bildende Künstler*innen aller Sparten, die in der Malerstadt Schwalenberg leben und arbeiten möchten. Voraussetzungen sind

  • ein abgeschlossenes Studium der Bildenden Kunst an einer Hochschule oder Fachhochschule; der Studienabschluss / das Meisterschülerjahr sollten nicht länger als 5 Jahre zurückliegen,
  • kontinuierliches künstlerisches Arbeiten sowie
  • eine Aufenthaltsgenehmigung in Deutschland.

Der/Die Stipendiat*in wird von einer Jury sowie der Kulturagentur des Landeverbandes Lippe ausgewählt. Der/die Stipendiat*in muss für den Zeitraum des Stipendiums seinen/ihren Wohnsitz in Schwalenberg nehmen und auf eine Abschlussausstellung hinarbeiten, die im Oktober zum Ende des Stipendiums stattfindet.

Wir bieten:

  • Ein einfach möbliertes, voll eingerichtetes Appartement (ca. 40 m²) im Künstlerhaus, das dem Stipendiaten unentgeltlich zur Verfügung steht.
  • Einen Arbeitsplatz im großzügigen Gemeinschaftsatelier im Dachgeschoss des Künstlerhauses.
  • Eine monatliche Vergütung von € 800.
  • Einen einmaligen Materialkostenzuschuss von € 800.
  • Regelmäßige Präsentation in der Öffentlichkeit, z.B. durch „Tage des Offenen Ateliers“ oder Künstlergespräche. Die Organisation übernimmt die Lippische Kulturagentur.
  • Die Erstellung und Drucklegung eines Kataloges.
  • Eine kuratierte Abschlussausstellung des Stipendiaten/ der Stipendiatin und 1-3 Gastkünstlern im Robert Koepke Haus in Schwalenberg mit über 240 m² Ausstellungsfläche.

Im Robert Koepke Haus wird zeitgenössische Kunst von überregional renommierten Künstlern gezeigt. Unter dem Titel “Stipendiat & friends” werden 1-3 junge, zeitgenössische künstlerische Positionen aus dem Umfeld des Stipendiaten (eine Stadt, eine Kunsthochschule) gezeigt. Dabei steht der Stipendiat im Mittelpunkt. Zur Bewerbung oder im Laufe des Stipendiums kann der Stipendiat Gastkünstler vorschlagen.

Ein im Zeitraum des Stipendiums entstandenes Werk muss der/die Künstler*in dem Landesverband Lippe zu Dokumentationszwecken als Schenkung zur Verfügung stellen, die Arbeit wird von der Lippischen Kulturagentur ausgewählt.

Bewerbungsschluss: 13. Februar 2021 (Poststempel)

Weitere Informationen gibt es unter landesverband-lippe.de.

Landesverband Lippe, Lippische Kulturagentur
Dr. Mayarí Granados, Stv. Leiterin und Kunstreferentin
Schlossstr. 11
32657 Lemgo
Tel.: 05261/ 250258

Brown Foundation Fellows Program at the Dora Maar House

Application Deadline: February 15, 2021

The Brown Foundation Fellows Program at the Dora Maar House is made possible through a grant from the Brown Foundation, Inc., in Houston. The program has been directed by the Museum of Fine Arts of Houston (MFAH) since 2006.

Outstanding mid-career professionals in the arts and humanities are encouraged to apply for residencies from the Brown Foundation Fellows Program at the Dora Maar House.

The MFAH provides travel expenses to and from the house at the beginning and end of the residency as well as reasonable shipping costs for materials such as books, research files, and art supplies. The equivalent of $50 a day is provided for living expenses. Proof that a fellow has all the necessary documents, such as passports and visas, must be provided to the MFAH at least two months prior to the residency date.

Submission deadline: 15 October and 15 February every year. There is a $20 application fee for a Dora Maar fellowship.

For further information please visit mfah.org.

Maison Dora Maar
58 rue du Portail Neuf
Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur 84560

SciArt Residency 2021

Application deadline: February 28, 2021

SciArt Residency is a residency programme jointly established by Kalamari Klub and IsoQuant, encouraging proposals by artists and enthusiasts who are aiming to develop a body of work based on creation, collaboration and experimentation within an artistic research process. The residency is scheduled for September to October 2021 and located in Heidelberg, Germany.

Kalamari Klub is an international artists’ collective for the celebration of analogue photography. We believe in film, the fine art of darkroom printing and experimental processes. Since 2016, we have been promoting and supporting local and international artists through festivals, exhibitions, workshops and a residency programme. For this residency period, we are delighted to announce our newest collaboration with IsoQuant.

IsoQuant is a Collaborative Research Centre (CRC) at the University of Heidelberg focusing on Isolated Quantum Systems and Universality in Extreme Conditions. Collaborative Research Centres are long-term research institutions in which researchers are tackling innovative, challenging and complex research questions within a cross-disciplinary research program. The scientific aim of the CRC IsoQuant is to explore and gain better understanding of the question why many physical quantum systems exhibit characteristic common properties despite fundamental differences in key parameters such as temperature, density, or field strength. The cross-disciplinary approach to this research question within the IsoQuant collaboration brings together theoretical and experimental physicists from different fields and allows for a broad bandwidth of experimental and theoretical methods to solve overarching issues in physics. In its current funding period, IsoQuant comitted to build up a manyfold scientific outreach program, including a SciArt-Collaboration with workshops, artist talks, organization of photo walks and this artist residency.

How does it work?
With the SciArt Residency programme, we aim to initiate curiosity-driven engagement between artists, scientists and other members of the society, promoting a spirit of co-learning and equality while helping to communicate knowledge through cross-disciplinary collaboration. A central part of the residency will be the active cooperation and exchange with scientists of the field. Before the beginning of the residency, the selected artist is invited to give a short presentation about their previous projects and research interests in order to initiate a conversation between scientists working within the CRC and the artist. During the residency, contact persons within IsoQuant and Kalamari Klub will be available to support collaboration, and the artist will be given the opportunity to further develop their research project and focus on their work. It is important to note the programme’s approach as "open prospect": the form, process and outcome of the residency is entirely up to the artist and their collaborators. Additional funding for an exhibition, talk, workshop or other forms of presentation of the work done during the residency is available.

Key features included in the SciArt Residency:

  • Access to fully equipped darkroom laboratory (black-and-white & colour photography)
  • Network of scientists, physicists and artists
  • Accomodation (appartment) in Heidelberg for the duration of the residency
  • Coverage of travel costs to and from the residency
  • Coverage of material costs during the residency
  • Artist stipend of 700€ / month

Who can apply as Artist in Residence?
The application is open to all artists and photographers working with analogue and experimental photography, as well as all those who are working within science-influenced art and photography. While affinity for scientific topics is of advantage, no science knowledge is required. The minimum age at date of application is 18 years.

The deadline for all applications is Sunday, February 28, 2021 at 23:59 CET.

For further information please visit kalamariklub.org and isoquant-heidelberg.de.

Kalamari Klub – Freiraum für analoge Fotografie e.V
Kleinschmidtstr. 4,
c/o Martin,
69115 Heidelberg, Deutschland

Application for De Ateliers 2021

Application deadline: March 1, 2021

De Ateliers is an artists’ institute open to talented artists at the beginning of their professional career. It offers a two-year studio and tutoring programme that is best tailored to the needs of artists who wish to strengthen their artistic foundation, develop their ideas and deepen their practice in a focused, critical environment among peers from all around the globe. The programme is centred around weekly individual studio conversations with regular and guest tutors, most of whom are practicing artists, aiming to create a better understanding of one’s artistic position by offering a multiplicity of perspectives and critical feedback. De Ateliers is dedicated to studio practice in the widest sense: we consider the studio to be a crucial locus for artistic production, a malleable, porous membrane between the artist and the world that offers finely tuneable conditions for focus, reflection, engagement and activation. A place located in the eye of contemporary reality, where research, thinking and reflection is concentrated in the act of making.

Although there is no formal age limit for applications, most applicants are under 28 years old. Command over English is required. A completed art education is not required. All applications are reviewed by the artist tutor team of De Ateliers, and assessed along criteria like artistic urgency, potential for development, and experimental engagement with the visual/material/formal possibilities of art practice. Application to De Ateliers is not open to artists who are working / have worked at one of the Dutch postgraduate institutions, the Jan van Eyck Academy (Maastricht), BAK (Utrecht) and Rijksakademie (Amsterdam).

The deadline to apply for the working year 2021-2022 (starting on September 1st, 2021) is March 1st, 2021. Applications are open from January 1st, 2021, onwards. The selection procedure takes approximately four months.

For further information please visit de-ateliers.nl.

Stadhouderskade 86
1073 AT Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel.: +31 (0)20 6739359




The Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grants

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis

Pollock-Krasner grants have enabled artists to create new work, purchase needed materials and pay for studio rent, as well as their personal expenses. Past recipients of Pollock-Krasner grants acknowledge their critical impact in allowing concentrated time for studio work, and in preparing for exhibitions and other professional opportunities such as accepting a residency.

The Foundation provides financial resources for visual artists to create new work, acquire supplies, rent studio space, prepare for exhibitions, attend a residency and offset living expenses. The Foundation welcomes, throughout the year, applications from visual artists who are painters, sculptors and artists who work on paper, including printmakers. There are no deadlines. Grants are intended for a one-year period of time. The Foundation will review expenditures relating to an artist's professional work and personal expenses and amounts range up to $30,000. The size of the grant is determined by the individual circumstances of the artist. Professional exhibition history will be taken into consideration. Artists must be actively exhibiting their current work in professional artistic venues, such as gallery and museum spaces. The Foundation does not make grants to students or fund academic study. 

Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.

For further information please visit pkf.org.

Pollock-Krasner Foundation
863 Park Avenue
New York, NY 10075
Tel.: +1 212-517-5400

Young Yan Artists Residence Program

Applications are accepted all year round

Young Yan Artists Residence Program is launched by Yan Concept Limited. The current residence venue is Yan Garden, an artful and cultural living space located in Dongguan. The inspiration of art creation for participants will be based on Dongguan, then spreads to its surrounding cities, and covers the whole Greater Bay Area later on. Through on-site study and investigation of the local society and culture plus the site visiting and communication opportunities with nearby art institutions, the participants are more likely to acquire an in-depth understanding about the local community; meanwhile, interactions with local artists could also be inspiring, which may provide them with some more insights and the trend of art.

Every resident participant will need to complete and present their outcomes during the stay. Outstanding artists will have the opportunity to join in the group exhibition about Young Yan Artists Residence Program when the whole season finished; there are also chances for them to host a solo exhibition and publish works. Curators with excellent performance may receive a sponsorship from Yan Concept Limited to implement the curation project.

Eligible Applicants

  • Artists aged under 35 and Curators of all ages 
  • Practicing contemporary art. No limit in the form of art creation 
  • Innovative and rigorous; have the ability to carry out brand-new artworks, studies and interdisciplinary practice 
  • Have a will to develop career in Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area and can launch the project based on the local environment and context

Other Support: 

  • Each participant will be provided with an accommodation room, a working studio and a maximum RMB 20,000 (before tax) subsidy covering: 
  • One round-trip transportation fee (no more than RMB 2,500) 
  • Other expenses in living and art creation 
  • Experience-sharing activities 
  • Site visiting 
  • Potential participation in annual final exhibition 
  • Assistance and coordination during the artwork 
  • creation/curation process 
  • Outstanding curation projects may get sponsored by Yan Concept Limited with a maximum RMB 300,000 funding for implementation

Applications are accepted all year round with 2-3 artists /Curators for each period and total 4 periods a year.
2nd period: ​1 October to 31 November 2020(open call)
3rd period: ​1 January to 28 February 2021
4th period:​1 April to 31 May 2021

For further information please visit chinaresidencies.com.


International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in Brooklyn, New York

Ausschreibung: laufend

Das International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) ist eine der führenden, gemeinnützigen Institutionen zeitgenössischer Kunst für Artist-in-Residence-Programme und fördert internationale Künstler und Kuratoren, die in der Mitte ihrer Karriere stehen.

Das ISCP fördert den kostenpflichtigen Aufenthalt von Bildenden Künstler_innen und Kurator_innen in New York durch die Vergabe von drei- bis zwölfmonatigen Atelierstipendien.

Für ca. 100 Stipendiaten pro Jahr besteht die Möglichkeit der Nutzung von Ateliers, Ausstellungsräumen und Werkstätten in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn.

Achtung: Das ISCP als nichtkommerzielle Institution kommt finanziell nicht für den Aufenthalt in New York auf, stellt jedoch auf seiner Website eine Liste mit Förderinstitutionen zur Verfügung, die in der Vergangenheit Arbeitsaufenthalte von Stipendiaten finanziert haben. Neben den kostspieligen Gebühren für das Atelierprogramm müssen auch alle Lebenshaltungskosten (inkl. Unterkunft) von den Teilnehmern selbst getragen werden.

Es gibt keine Bewerbungsfristen, die Anträge werden alle zwei Monate gesichtet. Eine Bewerbung sollte jedoch grundsätzlich etwa ein Jahr im Voraus erfolgen.

Weitere Informationen und Bewerbungsrichtlinien unter: iscp-nyc.org/apply/guidelines.html

Shinnie Kim
International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)
1040 Metropolitan Avenue
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Tel.: +1 718 387 2900 
Fax: +1 866 856 5653

DAAD Stipendien für Studierende, Graduierte, Promovierte und Hochschullehrer

Ausschreibung: laufend

Der Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst (DAAD) ist die weltweit größte Förderorganisation für den internationalen Austausch von Studierenden und Wissenschaftlern. Seit seiner Gründung im Jahr 1925 hat der DAAD über 1,9 Millionen Akademiker im In- und Ausland unterstützt.

Aufgrund der Vielzahl seiner Förderprogramme hat der Deutsche Akademische Austauschdienst DAAD diese in einer Datenbank zusammengefasst. Ein Abfrageformular ermöglicht es allen Interessierten, sich über die für Ihr Vorhaben passenden Programme zu informieren.

Besonders qualifizierte fortgeschrittene Studierende des Fachbereichs Bildende Kunst / Design können Stipendien zur künstlerischen Weiterbildung im Ausland erhalten. Das Stipendium gilt für die Dauer eines Studienjahres. Die Förderung der gesamten Ausbildung im Ausland ist nicht möglich.

Graduierte und Promovierte können ein Stipendium zur Förderung eines kurzfristigen Auslandsaufenthaltes von mindestens 3 Monaten erhalten. Voraussetzung ist die Vorlage der Hochschulabschlussurkunde bzw. der Meisterschülerurkunde.

Alle Fragen, die nicht durch die FAQ auf der Website des DAAD beantwortet werden, können über dieses Kontaktformular gestellt werden.

Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst

Kennedyallee 50

53172 Bonn
Tel.: +49 228 / 8820

Stiftung Starke Artist In Residence Program Berlin

Ausschreibung: laufend

Supporting artists in the realization of their ideas and projects is one of the main tasks of the Starke Foundation. Primarily talented, yet not established artists are to be assisted on their path to success.

The „artist in residence“ program is the key to the purpose of the Starke Foundation. For a period of 3-12 months, the foundation will provide residential and working premises to selected artists. Besides this long term support for young artists, short-term apartments for established artists are available. In addition the Starke Foundation arranges numerous national and international contacts to museums, galleries and public institutions as well as to representatives in the fields of culture, science, economy, sports and politics. The meeting between young art and business is also an important part of the program. Furthermore, the „Artist in Residence“ program gives the artists the opportunity to present their projects created during their stay at the Lionspalace to a wide public in the mansion’s own gallery after their scholarship has ended. The projects of the Starke foundation are also accompanied scientifically by international curators.

Applications should include the following:

  • Application form
  • Curriculum Vitae on CD/DVD
  • Project proposal on CD/DVD
  • Application letter (1 page) including information about the artist his/her work and the reason for coming to Berlin
  • Pictures, Videos of works on CD/DVD
  • Scans of catalogues
  • References on CD/DVD
  • Other documents on CD/DVD

Applications may continually be submitted via mail to the following adress: Stiftung Starke, Koenigsallee 30-32, D-14193 Berlin.

For more information please visit stiftungstarke.de/artist-in-residence.

Stiftung Starke
Koenigsallee 30-32
D-14193 Berlin
Tel.: +49 30 8257685