K3 – Zentrum für Choreographie | Tanzplan HamburgFor the 2016/17 season, K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg will award a five-month residency to an artistic team/collective for the development of a group piece, closely linking choreographic practice, research and artistic production. This residency format is directed at “post-emerging” choreographers (artistic teams/collectives in the field of choreography), who have already implemented several productions. The residency is expected to begin in August 2016 and will run until January 2017.

Deadline: August 14th 2015

Where: Hamburg, Germany


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Koumaria Residency 2013Since 2009 the artist collective Medea Electronique has organized an annual 10-day experimental artist residency, Koumaria, near Sparta in Greece (the village of Sellasia), focusing on improvisation and new media practices.  New-media artists from all over the world, inspired by the Greek natural landscape, come together to create a multicultural and cross-media ‘dialogue’ culminating in a collective presentation both locally and in Athens at the end of the residency. Past residents have formed lasting friendships and new artistic partnerships.  For us the residency serves as a model for future creative collaboration.

Deadline for application: June 15th 2014

Where: Greece

When: from Oct 19th 2014 to Oct 31st 2014

The residency provides: (more…)

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Akiyoshidai International Art Village ResidenceThe Residence Support Program provides a time and place for artists to experience new encounters and carry out experiments to guide their future projects. Participating artists are expected to bring new ideas to the local culture and people while they, in turn, will hopefully acquire new perspectives through these fresh encounters. As a result of the residence program, the artists will convey their new experiences, gathered from the local lifestyle and our particular  geographic situation, to their next destination. We hope that the residence program at Akiyoshidai International Art Village becomes a space for artists to go beyond cultural borders and expand their outlooks, exchange their unique understandings and establish relationships with fellow artists.

Deadline for applications: 31. July. 2013

Residency period: 19 January (Sun) – 14 March (Fri), 2014 [55 days]

Numbers of artists accepted

(1) 3 artists (2 of non-Japanese, 1 of Japanese) , under 40 years old.

(2) Artists who work on the theme above.

(3) Groups of 2 artists may apply, but no larger.

Artists who must be able:
(1) to stay at AIAV during the designated period of time.
(2) to participate in all pubic programs, e.g. open studio, presentations and talks and to create new work.
(3) to participate in the exchange programs for local community, e.g. talks, lectures and outreach programs.
(4) to provide images and documentations, e.g. pictures and videos, for publicity and archiving in accordance with AIAV’s request.
(5) to take part in educational programs at local schools and universities in English or Japanese.
(6) to work and live independently.
(7) to present the results of the residence program, e.g. exhibitions, reviews or talks outside Japan within a year after the program.

(1) Travel expenses: a round trip from your address to AIAV
(A round trip tickets for international flights, domestic flights and/or domestic railway tickets)
(2) Accommodation at AIAV (single room with own bath and toilet)
(3) Studio (the allocation of studios is decided by AIAV: artists may have to share with others)
(4) Production expenses: 200,000 yen
(5) Per diem: 2,800 yen x days of the program
To download the application form and for further information please visit: http://www.aiav.jp/programs/2013/application_trans_20132014/



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Kosice Artist in Residence LogoInternational Artist-in-Residence  Košice 2013, Slovakia

In the frame of European Capital of Culture the NGO Košice 2013 is running an international Artist-in-Residence program for emerging artists from all over the world in all artistic disciplines and expressions.

The organisers have three main goals within the KAIR residency program:

  1. Support the creative energy of every invited artist and give her/him the chance to work in a new environment and to find (new) artistic ways of expression
  2. Stimulate the art scene in Košice, in the region and in whole Slovakia. Support the dialogue as well as the confrontation of the residency artists with local artists and the wide public.
  3. Create/strengthen a beneficial environment for the development of innovative and international contemporary art projects with international and local participants.

According to these goals, our team introduces every artist to the social environment of the city and the region and help them to build up networks and collaborations with local artists. We organize public events like exhibitions, artist talks, projections, workshops, open studios to give all artists the chance to introduce and present themselves to a wide public.

What we provide


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Workshop Foundation Artist-in-residence program 8th October – 18th December, 2012, Budapest, Hungary

What is the program about?

Research into the Unknow is a residency program where artists/creators and the audience can research what improvisation means in the field of contemporary arts. The program offers an intensive researching opportunity for artists/creators and focusing on the creative process, on the research itself rather then creating a performance. The program is made up of three consecutive steps, in each step the research period is followed by a presentation where audience plays an important role by giving feedback and dialogue with the artists / creators.

What is the aim of the program?

The aim of the program is to encourage artists/creators who are researching improvisation as an artistic tool in the field of contemporary dance and other art forms. Each semester one Hungarian and one foreign artist/creator participate in the residency program. They choose a partner / artist from another art-form, with whom they venture into the Unknown with the tool of improvisation.

The first presentation offers a possibility to present a rough work-out of the artistic concept in a studio, with the integration of the audience as an active part of the performance.

The second step is a work-in-progress show in a (theatre) studio with minimal lights and technical help, with audience feedback-round at the end.

The closing evening of the residency program at the end of the third step is a theatre performance where participating pairs present the results of their research work.

We offer you:


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