Away

Calls & Programs

AWAY – a project around residencies has an open format. Accordingly, it also has much to report on what is going on beyond its own boundaries — under current calls, for example, on the numerous residency activities of the Austrian provinces or private promotion activities that are in part comparable with, but sometimes completely different from the residency programme of the Federal Chancellery. AWAY has developed a service tool for artists so that they can keep a good overview of this wealth of opportunities and find out which place and programme is the right one for their own way of working or their personal situation.

On principle, the programmes listed are addressing Austrian artists or artists working in Austria. The selection primarily includes grants offered by public institutions in the Austrian provinces and, additionally, a few private initiatives based on positive experiences reported by artists.

Please note that the list is not exhaustive.

current calls

When we talk about the foreign residency program of the Federal Chancellery in the context of current working conditions for artists and the Austrian art promotion scene, we also have to mention comparable activities in the provinces. Apart from programs of provincial agencies, artists are supported by several other exchange and residency initiatives throughout Austria. Some of them are well known and have been active for years, others have just been launched.

A basic distinction is made between incoming and outgoing programs – the former invite national and international artists to studios located in Austria, whereas the latter offer residency destinations abroad for artists working in Austria.

With hyperlinks to the awarding organizations, artists can get information on the most recent calls of incoming and outgoing residency programs and forthcoming submission deadlines here.

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ongoing calls

When we talk about the foreign residency program of the Federal Chancellery in the context of current working conditions for artists and the Austrian art promotion scene, we also have to mention comparable activities in the provinces. Apart from programs of provincial agencies, artists are supported by several other exchange and residency initiatives throughout Austria. Some of them are well known and have been active for years, others have just been launched.

A basic distinction is made between incoming and outgoing programs – the former invite national and international artists to studios located in Austria, whereas the latter offer residency destinations abroad for artists working in Austria.

With hyperlinks to the awarding organizations, artists can get information on the most recent calls of incoming and outgoing residency programs and forthcoming submission deadlines here.

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incoming residence programs

Who invites whom to use their studios here in Austria and under what conditions? Awarding organizations, artistic focal areas, age limits, destinations — browse the promotion parameters and find out which studio matches your day-to-day working practices.

Under awarding institution, there is a list of institutions offering incoming residency programs. The artistic fields include visual arts, photography, performance, theory/curators, art education, art critics, architecture and literature as well as digital arts comprising video and media art as well as sound art and technology. The category of other artistic fields groups together composition, film and design. Some programs are tailored to promote young artists — to be eligible for them you must be under 40 years of age. All other programs do not have an age limit and address artists of all age groups. Origin / place of habitation: Some programs address artists who permanently live or work in the province of the relevant awarding organization, were born there or have an extraordinary relationship to it that has to be stated in the application. The detailed requirements have to be studied on the websites of the awarding organizations. In addition, there are also programs that do not specify any location-specific selection criteria. Some programs provide funding in addition to a studio — these can be found using the filter with financial support. There are special programs for students, i.e. artists who have not completed their studies yet. Family-friendly programs offer the possibility to take along children or partners to the residency destination.

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  • Gmünd / Carinthia

    International guest studio Maltator

    Destination: Gmünd / Carinthia
    Awarding institution: Künstlerstadt Gmünd

    The international gueststudio (since 1993) is open to artists from all artistic fields of the visual arts, photography, media- and videoart as well as design. The living and working space is located within a medieval gatehouse with a small front garden. the public presentation of the artworks as well as and the funding of the production of a small catalog (A5, 8 pages) will be given. Personal support by members of the cultural institution and help for networking is provided. The cultural institution is expecting an artwork which was being developed at the residency in Gmünd in return for the stay and accomodation.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: beginning of September
    Contact: Erika Schuster
    More information: http://www.stadtgmuend.at/de/kunstlerstadt/artist-in-residence-programm.html

  • Gmunden / Upper Austria

    Guest studio by the regional Government of Upper Austria in Gmunden

    Destination: Gmunden / Upper Austria
    Awarding institution: die KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich (regional Government of Upper Austria)

    The studio in the historic Villa Stonborough-Wittgenstein, the so-called "Little Tuscany Villa", is located in Gmunden in Upper Austria, in the Toscana Park near Castle Orth. Upper Austrian artists of all fields of the visual arts, architecture, literature and music/composition can apply.
    The over 100 m² large apartment consists of several living and working spaces and is in particular suitable for writers. A separate studio space for large-format working is not available.
    Grant: 500,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, architecture, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Upper Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: beginning of September
    Contact: Eva Dumfart
    More information: http://www.diekunstsammlung.at/132.htm

  • Graz / Styria

    Styria-Artist-in-Residence (St.A.i.R.)

    Destination: Graz / Styria
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Styria

    The application is open for international artists, art theorists and all persons engaged in the cultural sector from Europe and coming from outside of Europe who are looking for an examination and collaboration with the Styrian art scene and artists.
    A living and working space is provided on the site of the Afro-Asian Institute's Campus in Graz. Assistance and networking programs are conducted by different cultural institutes from Graz. The presentation of art works during the stay is expected. The lenght of the stay depends on the project and decision of the jury. Grant: 850,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, film
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: variable
    Deadline: in mid-August
    Contact: Christiane Kada
    More information: http://www.kultur.steiermark.at/cms/beitrag/12585137/137513632

  • Innsbruck / Tyrol

    Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen Fellowship-Programm for art and theory

    Destination: Innsbruck / Tyrol
    Awarding institution: Tiroler Künstler*schaft

    Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen is a post-graduate center for production, research, mediation in the fields of visual arts and art theory. It is affilated with the Tyrolean Artists’ Association, the major association of visual artists from the region. The association finances the fellowship and realisation of the submitted project at Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen. The residency consists of free living and working space in a living studio at the Künstlerhaus with other artists, a one-time grant of 3.200,- € as well as other funds to realise the project.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), theory/curators, art education, art criticism
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: one or two semesters
    Deadline: end of January
    Contact: Andrei Siclodi
    More information: http://www.buchsenhausen.at/en/fellowship-program/

  • Klagenfurt am Wörthersee / Carinthia

    Scholarship for artistic photography and media art incl. housing

    Destination: Klagenfurt am Wörthersee / Carinthia
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Carinthia

    Since 2012 the regional Government of Carinthia is awarding artists from the disciplines of photography or new media with a studio apartment in the Europahaus in Klagenfurt am Wörthersee for a period of 5 months. The studio apartment in the Europahaus is provided by the City of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. The aim of this scholarship is to promote artistic photography and media art, which particularly include the possibilities of new media and technologies, and to actively promote these in the context of a cultural exchange. Connected to the scholarship incl. studio apartment is an exhibition in the "living studio" of the Stadtgalerie, in which - if possible - the results of the work created during the stay are presented.
    Grant: 5.000, - €.

    Artistic fields: photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 5 months
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Erika Napetschnig
    More information: https://www.kulturchannel.at/foerderungen/stipendien/

  • Krems / Lower Austria

    ARTIST IN RESIDENCE Krems

    Destination: Krems / Lower Austria
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    The application is open for artists from all fields of visual arts, literature, architecture as well as music and sound art. There will be provided one of five well equipped living and working spaces (between 45 and 120 m²) with an own kitchen and bathroom as well as common places. Help for networking with the local and Viennese art scene as well as a public presentation is planned. Grant: 1.300,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), architecture, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: maximum 3 months
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfusz
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/program/air-krems/prerequisites

  • Linz / Upper Austria

    Guest studio at "Atelierhaus Salzamt"

    Destination: Linz / Upper Austria
    Awarding institution: City of Linz

    Working and living space with a common kitchen in a well equipped (especially tools for craftwork) studio house which is occupied by five international and ten local artists at the same time. A public presentation during the stay is expected. To cover the cost of living, the artists are provided with a monthly grant.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 1-3 months
    Deadline: Applications are accepted ongoing.
    Contact: Holger Jagersberger
    More information: http://blog.salzamt-linz.at/about-atelierhaus-salzamt

  • Linz / Upper Austria

    guest studio by the regional Government of Upper Austria at the studio house "Atelierhaus Salzamt" Linz

    Destination: Linz / Upper Austria
    Awarding institution: die KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich (regional Government of Upper Austria)

    The studio house "Atelierhaus Salzamt" is a cultural institution of the city of Linz centrally located next to the river Danube. Upper Austria provides a studio of 51 m² and an apartment of 32 m² for artists from Upper Austria (all branches of fine arts, literature and music/composition) and partner regions. The house is functionally furnished, equipped with a communal kitchen and a very good tools for artisan crafts.
    Grant: 500,- € per month, foreign artists receive 800,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Upper Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1-2 months
    Deadline: beginning of September
    Contact: Eva Dumfart
    More information: http://www.diekunstsammlung.at/134.htm

  • Linz / Upper Austria

    bb15 – residency on the interface between the visual arts, sound, music and auditory research

    Destination: Linz / Upper Austria
    Awarding institution: bb15

    The call is open to artists who work at the interface between sound, music and auditory research/practice. Two selected artists will have the opportunity to realize exhibition concepts during a two-week artist-in-residence stay. The call includes no media restrictions – installation-based, sculptural, multimedia or performative works are all welcome. Artists will be provided with free accommodation and workplace at the premises of bb15 – an alternative, non-commercial location for the arts in Linz, which encourages experimental approaches. Grant: 1.000,- € (for the use of all costs such as travel, equipment, catering and artist fees).

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: keine
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 weeks
    Deadline: in spring
    Contact: Sebastian Six
    More information: http://bb15.at/air/

  • Linz / Upper Austria

    4-6 week residency in the studio apartment of the Upper Austrian architekturforum

    Destination: Linz / Upper Austria
    Awarding institution: afo - architekturforum oberösterreich

    The afo architekturforum oberösterreich annually awards residencies to architects and artists who deal with the themes of space, architecture and the city.
    The stay is connected with the free use of the afo studio apartment as well as the existing infrastructure, and includes the possibility to host an exhibition contribution, a publication or an individual event. The length of stay is on average four to six weeks.
    Grant: 250,- € per week. Travel expenses will not be compensated separately. Financing of production costs can be discussed individually.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, architecture
    Age limit: older than 19 years
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 4-6 weeks
    Deadline: in mid-July
    Contact: Franz Koppelstätter
    More information: https://afo.at/residency/ausschreibung

  • Millstättersee / Carinthia

    SoART Artists in Residence program

    Destination: Millstättersee / Carinthia
    Awarding institution: SoART

    The SoART Artists in Residence program will be open to artists for periods of 4-6 weeks during summertime and provide them with the opportunity for an inspired creative spell at the lakeside studios. Each of the residence-cum-studio units (2 for visual artists and 1 for musicians) offers a usable floor space of 50 to 100 m² on several levels. The Art Cubes stand right by the lakeshore. Private electro-boats are moored at the swimming jetty, ready to take the artists to Millstatt in 10 minutes. Bicycles are available on request.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 4-6 weeks during summertime
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Marion Soravia
    More information: http://www.soart.at/en/artist-residencies.html

  • Salzburg / Salzburg

    Artists-in-Residence Salzburg

    Destination: Salzburg / Salzburg
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture and KulturKontakt Austria

    The residency is designed to offer an opportunity to familiarise oneself with the Austrian art scene and cultural environment and to make contact with Austrian artists. The application is open for artists from all artistic fields of the visual arts, music/composition, architecture, literature, literary translators and art education. Residents are expected to complete a project during their stay. In principle, a presentation of works may be arranged towards the end of the residency. In Salzburg the residents will be supervised by Kunstverein Salzburg. The residents are provided with a living and working studio exempt from charges. One-time contribution to art supplies of 300,- € for visual artists and composers. Grant: 800,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), art education, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Brigitte Burgmann-Guldner
    More information: http://www.kulturkontakt.or.at/html/E/wp.asp?pass=x&p_lcd=en&p_title=21800&rn=127462

  • Salzburg / Salzburg

    Curator-in-Residence in Salzburg

    Destination: Salzburg / Salzburg
    Awarding institution: Salzburger Kunstverein and City of Salzburg

    The aim of this residency program is to spur curatorial research and discourse in Salzburg. Resident curators may develop a project in partnership with the Salzburger Kunstverein and / or the City of Salzburg, conduct research or writing pertinent to their interests. A grant is provided along with the fully equipped studio apartment.

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 4-6 weeks
    Deadline: in mid-June
    Contact: Michaela Lederer
    More information: http://www.salzburger-kunstverein.at/en/whatson-news/current/2017-07-06/international-call-curator-in-residence-in-salzburg

  • Salzburg / Salzburg

    Guest studio at "Künstlerhaus" in Salzburg

    Destination: Salzburg / Salzburg
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    The invited artists is provided with a working and living studio exempt from charges. Financial support comes from the awarding institution abroad. A direct application to the studio via Land Salzburg is no possible, the selection and awarding process is being operated by the parter institutions.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1-3 months
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/page_atelier_kuenstlerhaus.aspx

  • Vienna / Vienna

    Artists-in-Residence Vienna

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture and KulturKontakt Austria

    The residency is designed to offer an opportunity to familiarise oneself with the Austrian art scene and cultural environment and to make contact with Austrian artists. The application is open for artists from all artistic fields of the visual arts, music/composition, architecture, literature, literary translators and art education. Residents are expected to complete a project during their stay. In principle, a presentation of works may be arranged towards the end of the residency. Accomodation depending on the availability either in a room of an apartment in the 3rd or 9th Viennese district with common studios situated in the 2nd Viennese district. Or accomodation in a studio and living space at the garden dependance of castle Schloss Laudon. Professional support in networking with the Viennese art scene is given. One-time contribution to art supplies of € 300 for visual artists and composers. Contribution to cost of living expenses of € 800 per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), art education, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month (art education), 1-2 months (literature) or 3 months
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Brigitte Burgmann-Guldner and Nicole Marjanovic-Zoubek
    More information: http://www.kulturkontakt.or.at/html/E/wp.asp?pass=x&p_lcd=en&p_title=21800&rn=137146

  • Vienna / Vienna

    curator in residence das weisse haus

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: studio das weisse haus

    On a yearly basis studio das weisse haus offers funded residencies to international and emerging curators by open calls. The residents then receive the possibility to reside in Vienna for a period of time and get themselves connected with the Viennese art scene, in most cases the residency is followed by an exhibition which is prepared and curated by the resident. In addition studio das weisse haus provides an apartment and studio free of charge and gives professional assistance in networking with the Viennese art scene by arranging studio-visits with local artists, guided tours through current exhibitions and collections.

    For 2018 the open call addresses curators, who do not reside in Vienna, with a profound knowledge of Japanese contemporary art and an excellent knowledge of the English language. The stay will take place between September and December 2018 and for 2-3 weeks in spring 2019.
    150 years of diplomatic relations between Austria and Japan give reason for this project, that combines a curatorial residency and a group exhibition in das weisse haus, that is prepared by the selected curator and will take place in spring 2019. The main challenge of the curatorial concept is to refer to these bilateral relations and to make them visible by including artists of these two countries, who relate to Austria and/or Japan in their artistic practice.
    Grant: travel allowance, accommodation

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 2-3 months
    Deadline: end of April
    Contact: Alexandra Grausam, Katja Stecher
    More information: http://www.studiodasweissehaus.at/program/curators-theorists-in-residence/

  • Vienna / Vienna

    Studio scholarship at the artists space "batolit" in Vienna

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    batolit is an artists space in the 15th Viennese disctrict which hosts a residency programm and exhibition spaces. The residency is designed for artists from Salzburg to familiarise with the Viennese art scene and to present one's works to a Viennese audience. A studio and living space is provided. Travel costs are funded by the City of Salzburg, a grant is funded by the partner organisation.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/batolit_wien_411349.htm

  • Vienna / Vienna

    CURATOR'S AGENDA: VIENNA

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: BLOCKFREI

    The program consists of a curatorial residency for emerging curators from all around the globe, who seek to discover the Viennese contemporary art scene in-depth and to gain practical experience in curating. Talks, lectures, studio visits, meetings with curators and cultural educators from leading institutions, off-spaces as well as with freelance operators and entrepreneurs in the field of contemporary art. By organising a mutual group exhibition with students from the University of Applied Arts Vienna as the final part of the program, the C’A participants will also be provided with know-how modules and workshops related to exhibition management and production.

    Costs: 1.150,- €, include registration fee (50,- €), entry fees for museums and other special events, workshops and lectures, production costs of the group exhibition, accommodation costs (they will be partly compensated for each participant for a maximum amount 500,- €) travelling costs (they will be partly compensated for each participant for an amount of up to 250,- €) and local cell phone cards.

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students

    Duration: 6 weeks (September and October)
    Deadline: beginning of July
    Contact: Nevena Jankovic
    More information: http://blockfrei.org/curators-agenda-vienna-2017-open-call/

  • Vienna / Vienna

    Artists-in-Residence Q21

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: Q21

    The Q21 Artist-in-Residence Programme is an international artist studio programme funded in collaboration with private partners and sponsors. Among those currently: tranzit.org, ERSTE Stiftung, Federal Ministry for Europe, Integration and Foreign Affairs, RIAT - Research Institute for Arts and Technology.
    The nominated fellows are coming from the disciplines of visual art, digital art, photography, street art, game culture, film, fashion, design, literature, conceptual art, theory, sound art, comic art and media art etc. They are provided with one of nine artist studios for living and working at no charge, located within the popular Viennese museumsquartier.
    Grant: 1.050,- € per month. To apply, a recommendation from one of the 50 cultural partner institutions of the Q21 is needed.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: Applications are accepted ongoing.
    Contact: Elisabeth Hajek
    More information: http://www.q21.at/en/artists-in-residence/about/

  • Vienna / Vienna

    critic in residence studio das weisse haus

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: studio das weisse haus

    Since 2014, studio das weisse haus offers residencies for international art critics and art journalists. The program aims to introduce international art critics to the Viennese art scene and thus foster interdisciplinary and intercultural exchange in collaboration with Viennese newspapers (EIKON, Der Standard, c/O Vienna Magazine). The residents are provided with a room at the local common studio house (shared bathroom and kitchen) which their share with local artists of das weisse haus. Financial support: a cover of travel expenses of 200,- € assigned to residents coming from a country within Europe, 400,- € assigned to residents coming from a country outside of Europe, a small financial reward for the published article (the amount will depend on the extent of the article).

    Artistic fields: art criticism
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: beginning of August
    Contact: Alexandra Grausam, Katja Stecher
    More information: http://www.studiodasweissehaus.at/program/critics-in-residence/

  • Vienna / Vienna

    Viennese studio for artists from Salzburg

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    The association batolit is offering on of its Viennese studio and living spaces (ca. 40 m²) to artists from Salzburg who have until now not lived or studied in the Austrian Capital before. The studio consists of a private bedroom and working space. Kitchen, bathroom and toilet are being shared with the other artists. It is situated in the 15th Viennese district close to a metro station. Besides that bikes are offered as well. A public presentation is being expected. Grant: The regional Government of Salzburg pays the rent and operating costs. Scholarship of 2.000,- € as a travel and subsistence costs refund.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 4 months
    Deadline: in mid-June
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/atelier_in_wien.aspx

  • Vienna / Vienna

    short-term residency during Viennese summer

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: studio das weisse haus

    studio das weisse haus offers short-term residencies for international artists and curators during the summer break (between July and September), providing an opportunity to spend some time in Vienna. The offer includes a private room in a shared apartment free of charge. The minimum duration of the residency is one week.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: min. 1 week
    Contact: Alexandra Grausam, Katja Stecher
    More information: http://www.studiodasweissehaus.at/short-term-residencies/

  • Vienna / Vienna

    Visiting Curators VIENNA

    Destination: Vienna / Vienna
    Awarding institution: Verein K

    In 2018 Verein K launched the new residency program Visiting Curators VIENNA taking place in the Austrian Capital. The residency format invites six international mid-career curators, that are chosen based on the quality of their work and the exhibition project(s) submitted. The selected curators will get a chance to spend ten days in Vienna. Verein K will advise them before and during their stay as well as organize and facilitate meetings with artists and other actors of the contemporary art scene, with the aim of helping them to establish long term contacts in Austria. The cost of travel and accommodation will be covered by Verein K.
    Grant: covering accommodation and travel costs, 40,- € per diem.

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 10 days
    Deadline: beginning of August
    Contact: Jelena Kaludjerović, Dejan Kaludjerović und Klaus Speidel
    More information: http://verein-k.net/wp/open-calls/

  • Weinberg / Upper Austria

    Castle painter at Schloss Weinberg

    Destination: Weinberg / Upper Austria
    Awarding institution: die KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich (regional Government of Upper Austria)

    The renaissance castle is situated in Weinberg 30 km north of Linz on a mountain ridge in the market town Kefermarkt. It was restored in 1989 and is since then used as a training center and for different events.
    The residency is linked with the task to illustrate the castle in one's own perspective but in use of the media drawing or painting. The art works will later be shown in a public presentation and exhibited in the entrance hall of the castle for the whole length of the following year. Provided are a living and working space free of charge as well as full board residential. Grant: 500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Upper Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month (each year in September)
    Deadline: beginning of July
    Contact: Eva Dumfart
    More information: http://www.diekunstsammlung.at/137.htm

outgoing residence programs

Who offers residencies for whom, where and under which conditions? Among the outgoing residency programs, too, there are numerous different options. You need easy access to a studio, are a single parent and want to take your offspring with you or you are still in the middle of your studies? Search for your ideal residency with clear filtering functions.

Under awarding institution, there is a list of institutions offering incoming residency programs. The artistic fields include visual arts, photography, performance, theory/curators, art education, art critics, architecture and literature as well as digital arts comprising video and media art as well as sound art and technology. The category of other artistic fields groups together composition, film and design. Some programs are tailored to promote young artists — to be eligible for them you must be under 40 years of age. All other programs do not have an age limit and address artists of all age groups. Origin / place of habitation: Some programs address artists who permanently live or work in the province of the relevant awarding organization, were born there or have an extraordinary relationship to it that has to be stated in the application. The detailed requirements have to be studied on the websites of the awarding organizations. In addition, there are also programs that do not specify any location-specific selection criteria. Some programs provide funding in addition to a studio — these can be found using the filter with financial support. There are special programs for students, i.e. artists who have not completed their studies yet. Family-friendly programs offer the possibility to take along children or partners to the residency destination.

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  • Ahtopol and Sofia / Bulgaria

    "creative residence in the Greek School" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Ahtopol and Sofia / Bulgaria
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Within the exchange with the National Academy of Art Sofia a symposium is taking place in Ahtopol. The symposium in this city at the seaside is of one week duration. Its focus lays on the technique of wood sculpture. The resident from Salzburg is invited to participate at the event and is provided with a simple accommodation in Ahtopol or Sofia for overall for weeks. Grant: 1.400,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/atelier_in_athopol_bulgarien.aspx

  • Amsterdam / Netherland

    network establishing support in a two-year studio residency for artists at the beginning of their careers

    Destination: Amsterdam / Netherlands
    Awarding institution: De Ateliers

    De Ateliers, formerly known as Ateliers ‘63, was founded by artists in 1963 in Haarlem. It is the oldest so called ‘artists work space’ in the Netherlands. Discontent with the massive and academic art school education in those days, which was not at all in synch with new and exciting developments within the visual arts, the initiators sought to create a new structure that would meet the need of beginning artists to be directly in contact with colleagues, within a professional working environment.
    De Ateliers offers unique opportunities for talented artists at the beginning of their professional career to develop their work on the highest level. This should be realized in the stipends of a two-year duration and the studio place within the institution. The residencies are formed by a large offer of studio visits from inspiring prominent artists and art professionals, workshops, artist talks, an offspring exhibition as well as other exhibition taking place within the framework of De Ateliers.
    Grant: All participants receive a stipend every year, giving participants the ability to fully concentrate on their studio practice. The stipend is financed by the Ateliers Support Fund and the ministry of Education, Culture and Science. The stipend for the working year (p.e. in 2018-2019 it was 13.650,- €) should be sufficient to cover all necessary living expenses as well as rent for an accommodation in the Netherlands, which can be organized with the help of De Ateliers partner organisations.
    Costs: The tutorial fee for 2018-2019 was € 3.200. This amount is deducted from the stipend. Being dependant on fluctuating subsidies and donations, De Ateliers invites participants to raise funds themselves, for instance in their country of origin, as to cover the costs for the stipend.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: under 30
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: two years
    Deadline: beginning of February
    Contact: Eveline Schuurhof
    More information: https://www.de-ateliers.nl/en/application/

  • Amsterdam / Netherlands

    residency at the post-graduate Institute Rijksakademie

    Destination: Amsterdam / Netherlands
    Awarding institution: Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten

    The Rijksakademie offers residencies to around fifty Dutch and international artists per year. Almost all artists have completed an (arts)education and preferably three to five years of professional experience. Apart from facilities such as a studio, work budget and stipend, there is a great research and production infrastructure. There are project rooms and a cantina. Internationally active artists, theoreticians and other advisors pay individual studio visits and are involved in seminars, discussions, lectures and presentations. Technical specialists form an important basis of the residency program. They manage professionally-equipped workshops where artists can work and experiment with traditional and contemporary materials and techniques. By collaborating with housing agencies accommodation can be found in Amsterdam.
    Grant and costs: a studio free of charge, stipend (around 12.000,- €) and working budget (around 1.500,- €); every resident artist is asked to raise a Fellowship of 15.000,- € (preferably in their home country), the annual contribution of 2.750,- € is to be paid before the start of the residency.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 2 years
    Deadline: beginning of February
    Contact: Applications & Admissions
    More information: https://www.rijksakademie.nl/ENG/residency/aanmelden/

  • Andratx / Mallorca (Spain)

    living studios in the framework of a cultural center on Mallorca

    Destination: Andratx / Mallorca (Spain)
    Awarding institution: CCA Andratx

    For more than fifteen years, CCA Andratx (Cultural Center Andratx) has been a production place and a platform for artists. In conjunction with the presentation of high-profile international contemporary art by CCA Kunsthalle, CCA offers as well four studio and living spaces as an Artist-in-Residence Program for visual artists.The studios are located on the ground-floor of the building. 120 m² in size, the studios are fully equipped with kitchen, bathroom and a bedroom. CCA Andrtax welcomes proposals from all fields of artistic work, showing the development of ideas and projects, to which the facilities of the CCA Andratx may contribute. Applications of single persons as well as groups are welcome.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of June
    Contact: Malou Solfjeld
    More information: http://www.ccandratx.com/en/c6/studios_6.html

  • Banff / Canada

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with Banff Center for Arts and Creativity

    Destination: Banff / Canada
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    Residency for visual artists with a certain project based in the fields of media art. In cooperation with Banff Center for Arts and Creativity the resident will be provided with one of the well equipped living and working studios at Leighton Artists Studios. Grant: 2.400,- € from the Federal Chancellery of Austria for travel expenses, accommodation and subsistence; 1.000,- CAD for technical equipment.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 5-7 weeks (depending on the project)
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a3

  • Beijing / China

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with Red Gate Gallery Beijing

    Destination: Beijing / China
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The spacious studio offers ideal conditions for working in concentration and is at the same time a good base for on-site research works. The well-equipped living and working studio is situated in the Red Gate Gallery Beijing studio program. Assistance by an English-speaking person who helps in networking with the local art scene is provided. Grant: 1.700,- € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 750,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a6

  • Beijing / China

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Beijing / China
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Since 2009 the regional Government of Salzburg is offering the opportunity for artists from Salzburg to spend two months in different living and working studios in Beijing (more details in the announcements). Grant: 3.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/peking.aspx

  • Beijing / China

    living-studios to rent in an active and locally as well as internationally well-connected residency program

    Destination: Beijing / China
    Awarding institution: Red Gate Gallery

    Red Gate Residency is China's longest-running international artist-in-residency program providing artists, curators, writers, dramatists, theater professionals, academics, and others with the opportunity to live and create work in China. It is managed on a not-for-profit basis by Red Gate Gallery which provide facilities for residents to easily start their projects in China and offer a community in which they can participate as much as they like. Red Gate assists all participants to connect with the art scene, meet local Chinese artists and to source art materials. Participants who apply directly are expected to cover the costs of living, studios, and accommodation themselves and are encouraged to seek funding from relevant organizations in their own country. Once accepted, Red Gate will provide letters of support to assist with grant applications.
    Residents have a choice of living in downtown apartments or self-contained studio/lofts on the north side of Beijing. The four "Bei Gao Studio/Lofts" are located in Feijiacun Village (费家村) set in a congenial and fun environment where Chinese and foreign artists are living and working together. Each studio/loft is self-contained complete with all furniture and equipment needed for living.
    Downtown Tuanjiehu Apartments (团结湖公寓): one modest two-bedroom and two one-bedroom apartments in local housing on the east side of Beijing close to the embassy and business districts. These apartments are situated in very local neighborhoods allowing the residents to experience the traditional and modern flavors of Beijing; in many cases a resident will be the only foreigner on the block. Each self-contained apartment has a living room, kitchen, small bathroom and bedroom with all amenities included. Friends and family are welcome to visit.
    Costs: 12 000 CNY per month, which includes the program cost and the accommodation cost.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students, family friendly

    Duration: 1-6 months
    Deadline: ongoing
    Contact: Julia Lobyntseva
    More information: http://www.redgategallery.com/residency/introduction-and-history

  • Belgrade / Serbia, Istanbul / Turkey, Jerusalem / Israel, Plovdiv / Bulgaria, Trieste / Italy and Zagreb / Croatia

    International studio program by the regional Government of Styria

    Destination: Belgrade / Serbia, Istanbul / Turkey, Jerusalem / Israel, Plovdiv / Bulgaria, Trieste / Italy and Zagreb / Croatia
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Styria

    The regional Government of Styria awards four to six residencies abroad each year. Through this programme Styrian artists receive the possibility to establish as many sustainable, professional international contacts as possible and to find their connection to the international cultural scene.
    The artists will be sent to cities in Southeastern Europe as well as into one former European Capital of culture and into one partner city from the regional Government of Styria.
    The selected cities and current calls for applications are published in springtime each year, further information can be found via the following link.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, film
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: Styria
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2-3 months
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Christiane Kada
    More information: http://www.kultur.steiermark.at/cms/beitrag/12585098/137512973

  • Berlin / Germany

    "studio at Milchhof" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Berlin / Germany
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    In Berlin the regional Government of Salzburg can rent a guest studio for two months at the studio house Milchhof situated in Berlin Mitte/Prenzlauer Berg, in which Berthold Bock the artist and filmmaker from Salzburg is working as well. Grant: 2.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/berlin-2.aspx

  • Berlin / Germany

    Studio and apartment abroad – residency places in Berlin, other varying German or international cities

    Destination: Berlin / Germany
    Awarding institution: Institut für Alles Mögliche

    The Institut für Alles Mögliche (Institute for everything that could be possible / Institute for random stuff) runs several tiny art spaces in Berlin, Hannover and Leipzig as well as in different cities outside of Germany (France, Sweden, Spain and UK). They create projects and offer space to artists from around the world to collaborate and visit Germany for a while.
    People coming from any country and active in any artistic discipline can apply directly for a prefered city from the institute's program stating their project wanting to be developed at the residency place and giving impression of previous artistic works.
    Residencies are possible for different and variable periods, from 1 to 6 months. Rent and accommodation costs depend on the space chosen as well the lenght of the stay. Institut für Alles Mögliche suggests to ask for funding in the home country before arriving and supports this process.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students, family friendly

    Duration: 2-6 months
    Deadline: ongoing
    More information: http://www.i-a-m.tk/apply.html

  • Berlin / Germany

    platform for artistic residencies and specialized research programs in the cultural field

    Destination: Berlin / Germany
    Awarding institution: Berlin Sessions

    Berlin Sessions Residency Program is a project by Andrzej Raszyk developed in cooperation with the non-profit-organisation Berlinerpool Arts Network. Berlin Sessions' aim is to support mobility and cooperation between international young and emerging artists, researchers and cultural professionals with Berlin based art networks and institutions. Artists and researchers are encouraged to apply with an idea (form and lenght) for their own artist in residence or research project.
    After being selected Berlin Sessions then provides professional support, studio space, accommodation and network in Berlin. The program is free of charge and funded by international universities, art organizations and supporting bodies who see the value in offering a mobility experience (residency) to their students, researchers and faculty members in order to promote internationalization and facilitate networking for exceptional talent.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: variable
    Deadline: ongoing
    Contact: Andrzej Raszyk
    More information: http://berlinsessions.org/residency/#

  • Bilbao / Spain

    "BilbaoArte" - artist exchange program by the regional Government of Vorarlberg

    Destination: Bilbao / Spain
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Vorarlberg

    Since 2006 the Spanish institution "BilbaoArte" and the regional Government of Vorarlberg are organizing artist exchanges: In the months of September and October two artists from Vorarlberg active in the disciplines of the visual arts will spend two months in Bilbao. The instution is providing them with an apartmant and a studio as well as on-site exhibition possibilities. BilbaoArte as a post-graduate art academy is offering very good working conditions and is keeping close contacts with cultural institutions on-site p.e. the famous Guggenheim museum. Grant: travel and material expenses refund of in a maximum of 1.000,- € as well as a one-time scholarship of 1.200,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of November
    Contact: Elisabeth Mahmoud
    More information: http://presse.cnv.at/land/dist/vlk-54927.html

  • Brno / Czech Republic

    Brno Artists in Residence + Meeting Brno

    Destination: Brno / Czech Republic
    Awarding institution: The Brno House of Arts

    The Cultural Center Dům umění města Brna (The Brno House of Arts) and the festival "Meeting Brno" are offering a two-month residency for visual artists and writers from Austria and Slovakia. In the framework of the festival "Meeting Brno" a public presentation of the resulting works is taking place - as an independent exhibition, an event in public space or a public reading.
    The residents will be accommodated in the historical center of the city on the second floor of the Renaissance Palace "House of the Lords of Art City". A private room for each resident and a private studio for visual artists is provided. Further rooms for working, bathroom, kitchen and a lounge with library are shared with the other residents. Grant: 1.000, - €. Travel expenses, translation costs and expenses for the exhibition are funded additionally.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: in mid-February
    Contact: Marta Fišerová Cwiklinski
    More information: http://www.dum-umeni.cz/en/rezidence/aktualita/id/39

  • Brussels / Belgium

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with WIELS | Contemporary art centre

    Destination: Brussels / Belgium
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The resident is provided with a studio at the renown WIELS | Contemporary art centre as well as an apartment close by. WIELS is offering an extensive mentoring and networking program with weekly tutorials, events etc. Grant: travel expenses refund of 400,- € as well as a monthly scholarship of 1.600,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a41

  • Brussels / Belgium

    Artist-in-Europe - by the Regional Government of Styria

    Destination: Brussels / Belgium
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Styria

    On behalf of the Styrian regional government each year two residencies "Artist-in-Europe" are provided for Styrian artists and theorists from all artistic fields. The residency consists of a centrally located garconniere which is being organized by the Styrian Office Section 9 Culture in EU External Relations. A public presentation or an artist talk will be provided as well as assistance for networking with the art and culture scene from Brussels. Grant: travel costs covered in a maximum of 1.000,- € as well as a monthly scholarship of 850,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Styria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Christiane Kada
    More information: http://www.kultur.steiermark.at/cms/beitrag/12367032/113769170

  • Brussels / Belgium

    one month residency in former President Suite

    Destination: Brussels / Belgium
    Awarding institution: Penthouse Art Residency

    In response to cultural budget cuts and the effects of the financial crisis on artistic production around the world, NH Brussels Bloom and Harlan Levey Projects gallery have cooperated on a new artistic residency program since 2015. They are offering artists, curators, critics, writers and theorists a place to live and work, as well as event and communication support for a period of 1 month. Located on the 9th floor of the hotel, during the 1970’s and 80’s, the space was a presidential suite hired by celebrity clientele, such as Michael Jackson or President Ronald Reagan. Over the years, it has become a less decadent area, which was not available for hire. In 2014, the floor was reopened as an art space, offering local and international talent a unique opportunity to work, live and exhibit. Residents host open studios, artist talks and performances to engage with other guests as well as residents from across the city.
    Applications are reviewed at the end of each month with the selection of one participant. It is suggested to submit the application on the last Sunday of a month. The review process takes up to 2-4 weeks.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art criticism, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: last Sunday of each month
    Contact: Mr. Gatien Du Bois
    More information: http://penthouseartresidency.tumblr.com/apply%20

  • Bucharest / Romania

    experiencing Romania in an artist residency with excellent assistance

    Destination: Bucharest / Romania
    Awarding institution: Bucharest Air

    Bucharest Air functions as a non-profit organization, run and managed by artists Tudor Bratu, Alice Gancevici and Remus Puscariu. Bucharest Air aims at generating and maintaining a high level platform for cultural exchange in Bucharest. It is open to all art professionals who manifest a genuine interest in a period of working and living in Bucharest by also receiving the chance to research, develop, or produce new works and projects, conceptually and practically aided by the Bucharest Air team. Projects and proposals, which will take into consideration the specific context of Romania, will have priority over more generalist approaches in the application process. The residents are provided with housing, utilities, consumables, broad support by the Air team and a guidance into the Romanian art world. The residency's locations are an 80 m² ground level house, with a 500 m² garden, located at the Eastern end of Bucharest, near the city of Voluntari as well as a studio apartment located near the city center.
    Costs: 800,- € per month, for residents who do not benefit from third party sponsorship. 1.300,- € per month, for residents who do benefit from a third party sponsorship.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: max. up to 3 months
    Deadline: in mid-June
    Contact: Tudor Bratu, Alice Gancevici and Remus Puscariu
    More information: http://www.bucharestair.com/#about

  • Budapest / Hungary

    AIR by the regional Government of Lower Austria in cooperation with Budapest History Museum and Budapest Gallery

    Destination: Budapest / Hungary
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    In cooperation with the Budapest History Museum and Budapest Gallery an apartment, a separate studio and personal support will be provided. Grant: travel and subsistence costs covered in a maximum of 800,- € funded by the regional Government of Lower Austria; 500,- € for material costs funded by Budapest Gallery.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Budapest / Hungary

    studio abroad for Viennese artists

    Destination: Budapest / Hungary
    Awarding institution: MA7 – cultural department City of Vienna

    Guest studio (between 70 and 120 m²) for artists from Vienna or living in Vienna. Grant: 70.000,- forint covered by the City of Budapest and 300,- € covered by the City of Vienna.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Vienna
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Gabriele Strommer
    More information: https://www.wien.gv.at/amtshelfer/kultur/bildung/studium/foerderungen/studienaufenthalt.html

  • Budapest / Hungary

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Budapest / Hungary
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    On the base of an exchange with Budapest Gallery a living and working studio in the city center will be provided for artists from Salzburg. Grant: 1.000,- € for accommodation and material costs funded by Budapest Gallery, sum of 800,- € by the regional Government of Salzburg can be requested.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/budapest.aspx

  • Budapest / Hungary

    international cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the City of Salzburg

    Destination: Budapest / Hungary
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    In cooperation with the Budapest Gallery a centrally located guest studio at Klauzál Tér will be provided. On-site support is carried out by local artists. Grant: the City of Salzburg covers the travel costs, Budapest Gallery funds a scholarship. The City of Budapest is expecting to receive an artwork at the end of the residency.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/budapest_ungarn_315946.htm

  • Budapest / Hungary

    residency at an independent cultural institution

    Destination: Budapest / Hungary
    Awarding institution: art quarter budapest

    art quarter budapest (aqb) is an independent cultural institution and dynamic center of contemporary arts that hosts a wide diversity of creative activities such as organising exhibitions in their own spaces, giving studios to local artists and inviting international artists to live and stay in Budapest for a certain period: The yearly application is open for artists from the disciplines of visual arts, performing arts, film, photography, music, sound art, literature, literary translation, illustration, design, art theory, curatorial and art management. All entering participants are provided with a fully furnished room within a communal apartment located on the aqb premises, as well as a studio space catering to the project’s requirements. aqp offers varied services to integrate oneself into the local art scene as well as assistance in establishing professional connections that best support one's work and career. aqb personnel provide assistance through the program, catering to practical needs related to life in Budapest, to obtaining necessary materials, equipment and more. Additional opportunities are (by request and dependent on available programming and personal project requirements) tours of Budapest and places of interest in the surrounding area, meetings and lectures with Hungarian curators and art critics, mediation in organising exhibitions and presentations at aqb and other galleries and institutions in Budapest.
    Costs: 850,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art criticism, literature, music/composition, design, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 1-6 months
    Deadline: end of May, end of September
    Contact: Dorottya Magyar
    More information: https://www.aqb.hu/artist-in-residence-program

  • Buenos Aires / Argentina

    residency in Buenos Aires organized by the independent nonprofit project "La Ira de Dios"

    Destination: Buenos Aires / Argentina
    Awarding institution: La Ira de Dios

    La Ira de Dios (LID) is an independent nonprofit project in Buenos Aires, Argentina. They facilitate artistic exchange and develop contemporary art practice through residencies, partnerships and public programming. Within their move into an industrial warehouse in 2014 LID started to develop its international residency program.
    Since then LID hosts three residency programs a year. For each program, a group of up to 10 international and local artists, curators and researchers is selected. The group shares working spaces and participates in a number of activities as each one immerse in new or ongoing projects. The participants stay in private rooms in local artists' apartments situated near to LID's headquarter. The working spaces will be shared during the programs. The schedule of activities includes visits to relevant art spaces in Buenos Aires and visits from other educational programs, artists, curators, and critics.
    This is a non subsidized residency. LID recommends artists to apply for grants and scholarships in their home country, LID can provide official documents and letters of invitation.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 4-6 weeks
    Deadline: Applications are accepted year-round.
    Contact: Pablo Caligaris
    More information: http://lairadedios.com.ar/about-the-programs/?lang=en

  • Buenos Aires / Argentina

    interactive residency with the aim of creating a project / exhibition with local artists

    Destination: Buenos Aires / Argentina
    Awarding institution: Matienschön

    Matienschön is the visual arts department at Club Cultural Matienzo, founded in 2008. Directed by Tam Painé Ciai and Agustín Jais – artists, curators and producers –, Matienschön mobilizes material, spacial and human resources for the development of contemporary art projects, that take place either in its own exhibition space (located in CCM’s first floor) or in other local and international spaces. Matienschön commissions and curates exhibitions, produces festivals, publishes critical dossiers, organises residencies and exchanges and develops educational programs.
    Since 2012, Matienschön has set its focus in creating international relationships, designing research and production residences for artists who develop exhibitions that consider CCM’s particular space and context. Within their programme they invite people to partake in a residency based in an exchange policy principle, adressing artists who live outside Argentina and are active in the disciplines of visual, audiovisual arts, new media, contextual practices, communitary art or local techniques and disciplines. The selected artist will develop an exhibition at Matienschön and will be provided with housing, workshop space, meals, a budget for the project, curatorial and technical assistance. In exchange, the exhibition project must comply with certain requirements and the artist must generate a concrete opportunity for Argentine artists in his/her own community.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3-6 weeks
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Tamara Painé Ciai, Agustin Jais und Luz Peuscovich
    More information: http://matienschon.com/residencia2019/

  • Cassis / France

    living spaces in a picturesque Mediterranean shared artists villa overlooking the sea

    Destination: Cassis / France
    Awarding institution: Cassis Art Residency

    Cassis Art Residency is offering living spaces for artists of all disciplines in a picturesque Mediterranean villa overlooking the sea and the cliffs of Cap Canaille and situated in a short walking distance from the city center of Cassis. Residents are free to work on any ongoing or new project of their choice. At the same time Cassis Art Residency encourages collaborations between artists and organizes group discussions or critique sessions in which the residents should participate. The presentation of one's work in a public format is suggested. Accommodation types vary from private rooms with double beds (12 m²) to dormitories with bunk beds (4 beds in a 15 m² room and 6 beds in a 18 m² room). Artists couples and groups are welcome and have the possibility to share the private rooms. There are no extra studio places present. The living room is a common space which is shared by all the artists in the house (around 4-6 artists at the same time). The space outside the house (terrace, pool and garden, some parts sheltered) can also be used as a working space.
    Costs: 50,- € per week for the operating costs only.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: family friendly

    Duration: between 1 week and 4 months
    Deadline: summer
    More information: http://cassisair.com/

  • Central and East Europe

    CENTRAL & EAST EUROPE CALLING

    Destination: Białystok / Poland, Bratislava / Slovakia, Budapest / Hungary, Chişinău / Moldova, Kiev / Ukraine, Minsk / Belarus or Ústí nad Labem / Czech Republic
    Awarding institution: < rotor > center for contemporary art

    Every two to three years, < rotor > center for contemporary art offers Austrian artists one-month residencies made possible through its active cooperation with art institutions in other countries. For 2019, work stays will be offered in the following Central and Eastern European cities:
    Białystok / Poland, Bratislava / Slovakia, Budapest / Hungary, Chişinău / Moldova, Kiev / Ukraine, Minsk / Belarus and Ústí nad Labem / Czech Republic.
    The application is open for visual artists from all disciplines who live in Austria. Provided per city is a living and working studio, as well as the possibility of presenting an artistic work (for example as part of a lecture).
    Grant: 1.000,- € as well as the rent and travel costs for arrival and departure.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-July
    Contact: Anna Kohlhauser
    More information: http://ceecalling.weblog.mur.at/open-call/

  • Chicago / USA

    AIR by the regional Government of Lower Austria in cooperation with SAIC - School of the Art Institute of Chicago

    Destination: Chicago / USA
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    In cooperation with SAIC - School of the Art Institute of Chicago an apartment will provided in Chicago, if needed a studio space can be organized as well. Open access for the residents to all on-site facilities of the institution is guaranteed. Grant: 3.600,- € by the regional Government of Lower Austria for travel expenses and subsistence.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Chicago / USA

    "Zhou B Art Center" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Chicago / USA
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Residency in Chicago with an apartment and separate working space in the studio house of The Zhou Brothers, located in the south of the city center. Grant: 4.000,- € by the regional Government of Salzburg.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/chicago.aspx

  • Dessau / Germany

    3-month residency at the historic art school Bauhaus

    Destination: Dessau / Germany
    Awarding institution: Bauhaus Dessau

    Since February 2016 and for the first time since 90 years the foundation Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau is enabling young international artists to once again live and work within the cultural heritage of the historical Bauhaus site. With the new format the foundation Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau is promoting the current focus of attention on the Bauhaus heritage, revitalising the Meisterhaus Ensemble and in this context promoting artistic and creative work of international significance which will then at the end of the residency period be displayed in the Gropius House.
    The residency programme of Stiftung Bauhaus Dessau is catering to international artists with an overall interest the areas which are historically being represented by Bauhaus: painting, product design, textile design, music, performing arts, architecture and photography. Residents should apply with a concrete project that can be completed during the residential period and which has a relation to Bauhaus. Selected artists will be provided with: a living and work space in the Muche/ Schlemmer House free of charge, opportunities for giving presentations and performances and engaging in discussions during their stay, support in their research work, in organising events along with technical assistance and public relations activities, a public presentations of their work in the Gropius House.
    Grant: 1.200,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, performance, architecture, music/composition, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: beginning of September
    More information: https://www.bauhaus-dessau.de/en/programmes/bauhaus-residency/bauhaus-residency.html?highlight=RESIDENCY

  • Dresden / Germany

    international cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the City of Salzburg

    Destination: Dresden / Germany
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    The residents from Salzburg will be living in one of the six private rooms in the apartment of Kunsthaus Raskolnikow. The complex of the Kunsthaus also consists of a gallery, a bar and the well known restaurant Raskolnikow. Working spaces will be provided at the factory. It is especially well equipped for working in graphics and print, called "Druckwerkstatt Goetheallee", which was founded in 1958 by artists from Dresden. Grant: travel expenses refund by the City of Salzburg, a scholarship is covered by the partner organization.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/dresden_deutschland_315942.htm

  • Feutersoey / Switzerland

    residency in a picturesque setting in the heart of the Swiss Alps

    Destination: Feutersoey / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Open Spaces

    Open Spaces is an art residency in the Alpine village of Feutersoey, located in the Alpine Region of Canton Bern in the heart of Switzerland. Four times a year, the program simultaneously invites two international artists from the disciplines of visual arts, photography and digital arts to their rooms in a traditional chalet house. Twice a year (spring and autumn) the application is open for artists from the disciplines of performance, theory / curators, literature and film.
    Provided are a studio and separate accommodation room as well as a fully equipped kitchen and a communal area free of charge. Centrally situated in the village in a former school building, the residency institution is received as a cultural central point for the village and the region bringing art in an engaged form to the picturesque region surrounding Feutersoey and most important directly into the community. The residents are expected to organize a public event fot the comunity at the end of their stay (workshop, presentation, outdoor activity...). Travel, food and material expenses are to be covered by the artists.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: in the beginning of March, June, September and December
    Contact: Greg and Vanessa Holt
    More information: http://www.openspacesart.ch/en/apply.htm

  • Fogo Island / Canada

    Fogo Island Arts’ international residency

    Destination: Fogo Island / Canada
    Awarding institution: Fogo Island Arts

    A residency-based contemporary art venue, Fogo Island Arts (FIA) provides support for artistic exploration and production for artists, filmmakers, writers, musicians, curators, designers, and thinkers from around the world. Located off the coast of Newfoundland in Canada, FIA was established in 2008. In its international residency program FIA provides opportunities for artists from a wide range of disciplines to live and work on Fogo Island for periods ranging from one to three months. The residents are provided with accommodation and studio space and must give one public presentation, performance, workshop, or lead a similar event during their residency. Grant: weekly stipend to offset the costs of materials, shipping, and day-to-day living expenses. Most travel expenses are also covered.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, literature, design, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1-3 months
    Deadline: Half-yearly for different disciplines.
    Contact: Alexandra Mcintosh
    More information: http://fogoislandarts.ca/programs/residencies/

  • Frankfurt am Main / Germany

    AIR_Frankfurt International Call: Curator in Residence in Frankfurt

    Destination: Frankfurt am Main / Germany
    Awarding institution: Basis e.V. Frankfurt

    The residency addresses young international curators (not older than 40 years) predominantly living and working outside Germany who are interested to get deeper insight into the local art context of the city of Frankfurt am Main.
    The aim of this curatorial residency program is to enhance international curatorial research and discourse in Frankfurt. Reflecting the local art context’s multifaceted landscape, basis welcomes applications based on a wide spectrum of curatorial practices, research interests and professional experiences. Resident curators are provided time and space to develop independent projects. Networking opportunities, including studio visits and meetings with professionals, will be offered. A public lecture or workshop can be held while the residency.
    The AIR_Frankfurt curatorial residency is linked to the curation of the following edition of the basis studio show. The selected curator will be in charge of the concept and selection of basis artists to be presented in a group show at the main exhibition spaces at basis.
    Grant: The residency is fully funded by the city of Frankfurt, covering travel expenses and a per diem of 1.000,- € per month, provided with a fully equipped studioapartment at ‚Kulturbunker’ in the east of Frankfurt.

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-August
    Contact: Laura Wünsche
    More information: http://basis-frankfurt.de/en/airfrankfurt-curator-residence-2018

  • Geneva / Switzerland

    3-6 month funded residency for young artists already working for some years

    Destination: Geneva / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Embassy of Foreign Arts

    The Republic and Canton of Geneva, in partnership with Laps association, founded the Embassy of Foreign Artists – residency for foreign artists in 2012. With the participation of foreign creators, local artists and cultural institutions in Geneva, this project aims to create an interactive network that will encourage the development of new approaches and reflections.
    EoFA residency programme is a site for cross-disciplinary research and creativity in Geneva. Their spaces foster all stages of the creative process, from initial experimentation and reflection to the showcasing of finalized work. The conception and production are important stages and in this they offer the public the possibility to follow them and to engage with the artists in order to better understand their practices.
    EoFA has a house of four bedrooms as well as several common spaces: bathrooms, a kitchen, a dining room, and a living room. They can accommodate three residents at a time for a period of three or six months. The residents will receive a private room and an additional working room. The fourth suite is reserved for local associations and institutions as accommodation for their visiting artists for periods of at least one month.
    The application is addressed to all professional artists coming from outside of Switzerland, active in one or more of the following artistic fields and being able in already showing some active years in an artistic production: performing arts, visual arts and applied arts (fine arts, dance, theatre, music, literature, comics, cinema, etc.). Cultural practitioners, active in the research of contemporary cultural practices, such as curators, play writers, set designer or from other fields and applied disciplines (architecture, design) are also invited to apply.
    Grant: 1.200,- CHF per month for the length of the stay, travel and material expenses have to be covered by the artists themselves.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, performance, theory/curators, art criticism, architecture, literature, design, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: over 28
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3-6 months
    Deadline: end of April
    More information: http://www.eofa.ch/en/residency/

  • Glurns (South Tyrol) / Italy

    summer studio for international artists located in the mountains of upper Vinschgau

    Destination: Glurns (South Tyrol) / Italy
    Awarding institution: GAP Glurns Art Point

    GAP artist in residence program is dedicated to supporting young contemporary artists (in relation to their work) offering accommodation, space, time and resources away from their every-day life in a unique nature and cultural landscape. GAP's artist house is located in the medieval center of Glurns in South Tyrol, in a quiet picturesque location, nearby all town facilities, in a simple two-storey house. The residency structure includes a large studio with workspaces, table/carving place, living room with kitchen, in the upper floor two bedrooms for two or three artists (available also as single room) – all facilities are free of charge. The town’s unique mountain, historical and cultural landscape makes it particularly attractive for those who make public art, landscape art projects, as well as do social research. Once a week the residents should be available for art-interested audiences and give insight into their own work.
    GAP asks for a small donation to be able to keep up the initiative: 10,- € per night/person, after two weeks 5,- € per day/person.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, architecture, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 week until maximum 3 months
    Deadline: Applications are accepted ongoing.
    Contact: Andy Tappeiner
    More information: http://glurns-art-point.com/application/

  • Glurns (South Tyrol) / Italy

    GAP curators summer residency

    Destination: Glurns (South Tyrol) / Italy
    Awarding institution: GAP Glurns Art Point

    The application is open for German speaking curators only.
    With the GAP summer residencies for curators, a young curator (student or graduate in the fields of curating, art history, visual arts, cultural management, architecture, etc.) is offered the opportunity to realize his/her own exhibition project, which should illustrate the reality of the town Glurns and involve its public space in the project. The exhibition will be organized independently during the summer months and will be opened at the beginning of September at GAP studio house. The resident will be accommodated free of charge in the living area of the studio house and will receive support in the introduction to the local art and cultural scene.
    Grant: Production budget for the project and remuneration for work done.

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 4 months
    Deadline: in mid-March
    Contact: Andy Tappeiner
    More information: http://glurns-art-point.com/curator-residence/application/

  • Helsinki / Finland

    HICP – Helsinki International Curatorial Programme

    Destination: Helsinki / Finland
    Awarding institution: HIAP – Helsinki International Artist Programme and Frame Contemporary Art Finland

    The Helsinki International Curatorial Programme established in 2013 is co-organised by HIAP – Helsinki International Artist Programme and Frame Contemporary Art Finland. The curators-in-residence will live and work at HIAP’s international residency centre on the island of Suomenlinna, a 15 minute ferry-trip away from the centre of Helsinki. Both organisations provide the curator fellows with individualised assistance and networking support tailored to their project or research. Grant: HIAP offers the resident curators a combined workspace and accommodation. Frame provides them with a working grant (39,- € per residency day) and a travel allowance from and to the curator’s place of residence.

    Artistic fields: theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Stephania Roiko
    More information: http://www.hiap.fi/opencall/helsinki-international-curatorial-programme-2018

  • Herzliya (Tel Aviv) / Israel

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation Artists Residence Herzliya

    Destination: Herzliya (Tel Aviv) / Israel
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The residency for international and Israeli artists, curators and theorists at The Artists Residence Herzliya is offered for the first time in 2018. The program is situated in Herzliya, a city next to Tel Aviv. Both cities are well connected as well as easily and quickly accessible via public transport. The living and working studio is combined with exhibition rooms and a terrace to share with other artists. English speaking on-site assistance is provided. Grant: one-time travel expenses refund of 600,- € and 1.700,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 6 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a38

  • Hucisko / Poland

    Artists in Residence at Tadeusz Kantor House in Poland

    Destination: Hucisko / Poland
    Awarding institution: Tadeusz Kantor Foundation and Adam Mickiewicz Institute

    Tadeusz Kantor Foundation and Adam Mickiewicz Institute are hosting a residency program which is centered around a stay at Tadeusz Kantor house, located in a countryside area near the city of Kraków, in Poland. The application is open for international artists of all fields, but the main focus of the program is the visual and performance art. The application is open also for researchers, writers and curators. The residency duration shall be around 3-4 weeks in winter. Grant: the residency offers full travel costs coverage, honorary (ca. 600,- €), accommodation in Kantor’s house in Hucisko, perdiems and a production budget (ca. 500,- €).

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3-4 weeks
    Deadline: in mid-September
    More information: http://kantorfoundation.pl/en/

  • Istanbul / Turkey

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria

    Destination: Istanbul / Turkey
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The living and working studio is centrally located in the lively artists district of the city, in 10-minute walking distance from Taksim Square. The well equipped apartment on the 3rd floor consists of an eat-in kitchen, two rooms and two bathrooms (overall 90 m²). German speaking assistane who helps in networking with the Turkish art scene is provided as well as an English speaking concierge. Grant: 1.600,- € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 250,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a9

  • Jerusalem / Israel

    funded studio space at a studio house with local artists in Jerusalem

    Destination: Jerusalem / Israel
    Awarding institution: Art Cube Artists´ Studios

    Art Cube Artists´ Studios offer guest studios free of charge in the city of Jerusalem for international artists from all artistic fields, located in a studio house which is shared with local artists. The program is open to both emerging (also studying, min. MA) and senior artists, who have at least a two year experience of independent work in all fields or art. The artists should apply with a specific project, artwork or research in mind wanted to be developed during the residency. The participants will have an accompaniment of the Artists’ Studios team who will help them get to know the local art field and the city of Jerusalem, and provide logistic assistance and professional advice for realizing the suggested activity.
    The program offers the work space at no cost. The cost of production and activity, travel or accommodation in Jerusalem will be financed by the participants, or financial support they will secure.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, architecture, literature, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students

    Duration: variabile
    Deadline: ongoing
    Contact: Amos Selinger
    More information: http://www.artiststudiosjlm.org/guest-artist.html

  • Kinosaki / Japan

    up to three month work stay for performance artists

    Destination: Kinosaki / Japan
    Awarding institution: Kinosaki International Arts Center

    Kinosaki International Arts Center (KIAC) is a creative residence facility centered on the performing arts. Artists should apply with a realizable projects focused on modern performing arts but are not obliged to finish their project completely during the stay. KIAC is situated in Kinosaki Onsen, a hot spring town blessed with a 1300-year history. Its aim is to spread excellent art projects in Toyooka/Kinosaki and to create an environment where the locals can experience a diversity of arts. Therefor artists are expected to be willing to communicate with the locals and tourists and should speak and understand basic Japanese or English.
    The artists in residence will be provided with a space for accommodation and creation they can use free of charge and 24 hours a day. Moreover, they can use the hot springs in Kinosaki with a discount price like the citizens. While staying, artists are asked to participate to the Local Community Exchange Program by organizing open rehearsals, workshops, artist talks etc. All travel and living expenses as well as all production costs are to be covered by the artists.

    Artistic fields: performance, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: a minimum of three days to a maximum of three months
    Deadline: beginning of June
    Contact: Yuichiro Yoshida
    More information: http://kiac.jp/jp/post/4688

  • Krumlov / Czech Republic

    artists residency by the State of Upper Austria at Egon-Schiele-Art-Centrum Český Krumlov

    Destination: Krumlov / Czech Republic
    Awarding institution: die KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich (regional Government of Upper Austria)

    The Egon-Schiele-Art-Centrum Český Krumlov is located 75 km in the North of Linz in the Czech city of Krumlov. The residency for Upper Austrians is open for artists from all artisctic fields (visual arts, literature and music/composition). It consists of a 30 m² apartment and a 65 m² working space. The big and light working space is especially suitable for working in large size. Grant: 500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Upper Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Eva Dumfart
    More information: http://www.diekunstsammlung.at/133.htm

  • Kyoto / Japan

    Funded residency in an artistic environment in Kyoto for artists and art researchers

    Destination: Kyoto / Japan
    Awarding institution: Kyoto Art Center

    Kyoto Art Center’s Artist-in-Residence Program offers support to emerging artists and art researchers who wish to pursue creative activities in Kyoto. The invitation switches between hosting visual artist (2019) and performing artist (2020) every year. Writers and cross-media artists are welcome to apply every year. The residents are provided with the accommodation and a separate studio for production and research at Kyoto Art Center and receive assistance by the art coordinators. In addition residents must organize a public program for Kyoto citizens during the residency (presentation of work, lecture etc.).
    Grant for production and research costs: JPY 100,000 (including tax) and a round-trip air ticket from residential area to Kansai International Airport or Osaka International Airport.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: max. 3 months
    Deadline: end of June
    Contact: Haruna Hirano
    More information: http://www.kac.or.jp/eng/news/23194/

  • Leipzig / Germany

    residency located in an old romantic factory in the booming city of Leipzig

    Destination: Leipzig / Germany
    Awarding institution: Pilotenkueche

    The project Pilotenkueche invites emerging curators and artists from around the world to come and work in their 465 m² communally used, fully remodeled space, with 24 hour studio access. It is open for artists from all disciplines as well as activists, architects, designers, filmmaker and writers. One goal is to provide artists with a base to work from, and to act as a conduit to the local art scene. Secondly Pilotenkueche offers emerging curators to organize an exhibition involving artists from the institution within a residency of three months. Within the programme the participants will have the possibility to take part in Pilotenkueche events and exhibitions, to hold an artist talk, join studio and gallery visits as well as museum tours. Each artist will be provided with one furnished up to 36 m² large space (chair, table, provided tools) situated in the large communal loft hall including wifi and all side costs (water, heating, energy, kitchen, toilet etc.) as well as the usage of the workshop equipment.
    Costs: 450,- € per month. Travel costs, art materials as well as living accommodation have to be organized and covered by the artists themselves. For curators, the program is free of charge, but they are obliged to work in a period of three months for a maximum of 20 hours per week actively in the offices of Pilotenkueche on the exhibition project.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, architecture, literature, design, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: 4-times a year: end of March, June, September and December
    Contact: Magdalena Cichon
    More information: http://westside.pilotenkueche.net/?page_id=8318

  • London / Great Britain

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria

    Destination: London / Great Britain
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The residents in London are provided with a single studio house in Victorian style. This generous living and working studio for photographers is situated in an easily accessible area in East London. It allows to concentrate on working and to perfectly dive into London's vivid art scene on the other side. Grant: a one-time travel expenses refund of 400,- € and 1.700,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: photography
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of August
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a12

  • London / United Kingdom

    Associate Artist Residency (AAR)

    Destination: London / United Kingdom
    Awarding institution: ACME Artists Studios Limited

    Acme is a London-based charity which since 1987 provides affordable studio space, residencies and awards for fine artists in economic need. Its Associate Artist Residency Programme (AAR) allows artists and organisations to work directly with Acme for one-off London residency opportunities. The residencies are tailored to suit the development and networking needs of the international artists, allowing them to research, develop relationships and focus on their work in a supported environment.
    The programme is open to visual artists, resident in any country outside of England. Residencies can be developed around a particular project or conceived of as networking and contacts focused. Applicants are please to find funding externally or source their own funding.
    The residency provides individual mentoring for artists and provides a structured framework to facilitate introductions, discussions, presentations and exposure to new networks.


    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 1-3 months
    Deadline: beginning of april
    More information: http://www.acme.org.uk/international/assoc-artist-res

  • Los Angeles / USA

    The MAK Schindler Scholarship Program at the Mackey Apartments

    Destination: Los Angeles / USA
    Awarding institution: MAK – Austrian Museum of Applied Arts / Contemporary Art Vienna

    The main focus of the residency lays on the purposeful long-term support of individual young artists and architects, and on creating new interdisciplinary opportunities and confrontations through lively exchange. An apartment in the Mackey Apartments will be available for each Artist- or Architect-in-Residence respectively the team. Grant: The scholarship amounts to six monthly rates of 1,400,- US dollars and includes the holder’s travel expenses for one round-trip flight ticket of 1,300,- US dollars maximum, which is also the amount granted in the case of teams.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, architecture
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 6 months
    Deadline: beginning of March
    Contact: Bärbel Vischer
    More information: http://www.mak.at/en/the_mak/mak_schindler_scholarship/call_for_applications__preamble

  • Lviv / Ukraine

    "iconic painting in Lviv" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Lviv / Ukraine
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Since 2016 a guest apartment at the Ukrainian Catholic University is provided for artists from Salzburg organized in cooperation with the OeAD in Lviv. The artistic education at this private university lays its focus on icon painting, in which artists from Salzburg can gain knowledge during their stay. The guest apartment is situated in a nice area, the city center can be reached in a 20-minute walk. The studio is located in a separate building a bit further outside of the city center. Grant: 1.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/themen/kultur/kulturfoerderungen/bildendekunst/ateliers/lemberg-ukraine

  • Maastricht / Netherlands

    working place at renown studio program in Maastricht

    Destination: Maastricht / Netherlands
    Awarding institution: The Van Eyck

    The Van Eyck is a multidisciplinary post-academic institute for artistic talent development located in Maastricht, the Netherlands that furthers experiment, research, study, production and exchange. Artists, designers, curators, photographers, (landscape) architects, and writers come from all over the world to work on their own and collaborative projects during a residency that lasts 6 up to 12 months and consists of a studio space at the Van Eyck. The academy works with experienced advisors and boasts quality labs (wood, metal, printing, photography/new media, library). Additionally, the Van Eyck organizes master classes and courses and a public programme consisting of exhibitions, presentations and lectures. The multiform character of the Van Eyck appeals to the artistic and intellectual versatility of the participants and enables them to deepen and ramify their talents and skills in the short and long run. The work of the participants is the effect and the result of various interlinked processes. It especially testifies to an art practice that is investigative and committed.
    Costs and grant: Participants are required to pay a personal contribution of 2.750,- € per year. In addition they receive a monthly stipend of 900,- € (for rent and living costs) and 2.000,- € of production costs per year. The participants are not allowed to use their studio as a living accommodation. The Van Eyck can give advise in the search for a room.


    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art criticism, architecture, literature, design
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students

    Duration: 6-12 months
    Deadline: end of September
    Contact: Solange Roosen
    More information: http://www.janvaneyck.nl/en/programma/aanmelden/

  • Melbourne / Australia

    AIR by the state of Lower Austria in cooperation with the School of Art at RMIT University

    Destination: Melbourne / Australia
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    In cooperation with the School of Art at RMIT University (Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology) an accommodation and studio will be provided. The artists will be personally assisted on-site and will receive help in networking with the local scene. Grant: 2.600,- € travel expenses refund by the state of Lower Austria, 150,- € per week for subsistence covered by the RMIT University.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Meran / Italy

    international cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the City of Salzburg

    Destination: Meran / Italy
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    Within the framework of the city partnership Salzburg-Meran an artist exchange is taking place for 13 years. The accommodation for artists from Sazburg at the studio of Kunst Meran is organized in cooperation with the Culture Department of the town Meran. "Kunst Meran im Haus der Sparkasse" is a non-profit art initiative located in a landmarked house in the property of the Banc of South Tyrol, which consists of a 500 m² exhibition space and on the 3rd floor of a living and working studio for the residents. Grant: travel expenses will be covered by the City of Salzburg, the partner organization is funding a scholarship.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/meran_italien_315944.htm

  • Merida / Mexico

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Merida / Mexico
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    The resident from Salzburg can work in a studio on the property of the art academy Escuela Superior de Artes de Yucatan in Merida for three months. A separat small apartment for accommodation is organized. The resident is pleased to hold a lecture at the art academy during his/her stay. Grant: 4.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/mexiko.aspx

  • Mexico City / Mexico

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with the Austrian Embassy in Mexico City

    Destination: Mexico City / Mexico
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The resident will be provided with a secure studio and living space on the property of the Austrian Embassy in Mexico City. The generous accommodation situated in a 45-minute reach of the city center enables to work calmly on the one hand and is the perfect base to discover this vivid metropolis full of contrasts otherwise. Grant: a one-time travel expenses refund of 900,- € and a monthly scholarship of 1.700,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 4 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a15

  • Minnesota / USA

    international cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the City of Salzburg

    Destination: Minnesota / USA
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    The Anderson Center at Tower View is an artists community established in 1995 with the aim to uphold and foster the wealth of the arts in the region through special programs and offerings. The cooperation with Salzburg exists since 2008.
    Artists and writers from Salzburg will receive an accommodation and separate wokring space for the time of their stay. Grant: travel expenses covered by the city of Salzburg, the partner organization is funding a scholarship.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/anderson_center_usa_315950.htm

  • Moskow / Russia

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with Fabrika CCI

    Destination: Moskow / Russia
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    In 2018 the Austrian Chancellery is announcing an artists residency in Moscow for the first time. A fully equipped studio and living apartment on two levels with separate working space is provided. The studio is connected and assisted by the art institution Fabrika CCI (established in 2005). Grant: 1.700,- € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 400,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/8100/default.aspx

  • New York / USA

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with ISCP International Studio & Curatorial Program

    Destination: New York / USA
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    A fully equipped living and working studio on the 20th floor of the apartment house The Grand Chelsea in Manhattan or an apartment in the area of Greenwich Village is provided. The studios are connected to the renown International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) and are located in its headquarter a former factory in Brooklyn. The intense and qualitative program consists of many different activities: studio visits, art critic appointments, visits to museums, lectures, presentations etc. Grant: 2.050,- € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 900,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3 or 6 months
    Deadline: end of July (visual arts), end of August (photography)
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a21

  • New York / USA

    Studio space in New York at the renown residency institute ISCP

    Destination: New York / USA
    Awarding institution: ISCP – International Studio & Curatorial Program

    Housed in a former factory in Brooklyn, with 35 light-filled work studios and two galleries, International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is New York’s most comprehensive international visual arts residency program, founded in 1994. ISCP organizes exhibitions, events and offsite projects, which are free and open to all, sustaining a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners and diverse audiences.
    At ISCP each artist and curator is provided with a private and furnished studio space and 24-hour access to all communal facilities. All residents are encouraged to take advantage of the in-house community of artists and curators, offering invaluable international and local networks, professional conversations and critique, offering a number of activities in and outside of ISCP including the four core program activities: Visiting Critics, Field Trips, Salons and Open Studios.
    Next to the application via cooperation partners artists and curators can directly apply for a non-funded studio space at ISCP all year round from three up to six months. There is no deadline and the application review takes place once every two months.
    Artists have to locate funding when applying direclty at ISCP by themselves.
    The costs per month for studio places vary between 1.500, - and 1.700, - USD. In addition, the applicant needs to calculate accommodation, living, travel and health insurance costs for the duration of their stay in New York. ISCP does not locate sponsors for direct applicants.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 3-6 months
    Deadline: ongoing
    Contact: Alexandra Friedman
    More information: https://iscp-nyc.org/apply

  • Nida / Lithuania

    AIR by the regional Government of Lower Austria in cooperation with Nida Art Colony

    Destination: Nida / Lithuania
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    The residency is connected with the renown artists-in-residence program by Nida Art Colony. A studio and living space is provided. The residents will be assisted personally by English speaking staff and integrated within the institution's versatile program. The working spaces are perfectly equipped with a recording studio, a darkroom and common workshop spaces. Equipment for video and sound recording or digital and analog photography is present as well. Grant: 1.700,- € by the regional Government of Lower Austria for travel and subsistence expenses.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Nida / Lithuania

    "Nida Art Colony" - artist exchange program by the regional Government of Vorarlberg

    Destination: Nida / Lithuania
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Vorarlberg

    The cooperation between Vorarlberg and Nida Art Colony is taking place since 2011. The studio space for artists from Vorarlberg will be provided for two months in autumn. It allows to perfectly concentrate on one's work and is at the same time connected with the program of Nida Art Colony. Grant: 1.500,- € for both months and a one-time travel expenses refund in a maximum of 500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: beginning of December
    Contact: Elisabeth Mahmoud
    More information: http://presse.cnv.at/land/dist/vlk-54927.html

  • Nida / Lithuania

    individual residencies at the renown residency institute

    Destination: Nida / Lithuania
    Awarding institution: Nida Art Colony

    The residency programme at Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy of Arts (NAC) is open for emerging and experienced artists, designers, architects, curators and researchers. NAC is one of the largest art, residency and education venues in the Nordic-Baltic region. It provides the opportunity to live and work in the Colony’s contemporary architecture, situated in a coastal pine forest in the village Nida. Since 2011 over 350 artists and other culture professionals have stayed at the Colony. Living and social conditions are provided to ensure a comfortable environment. Each of the five residency studios contains two floors with 65 m² of total space, equipped with all necessary facilities. Professional workshops and support, well-equipped spaces, and an artistic community are present all year round. There are opportunities to present art works or to host a workshop at any time in the year.
    Costs: Selected candidates are issued a letter of support for individual grant seeking. Studio and living space rent for selected residents cost 400,- € per month, including use of equipment, Wi-Fi, communal spaces and bicycles.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, architecture, design
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 1-4 months
    Deadline: in mid-March
    Contact: Karolina Sadlauskaitė
    More information: http://www.nidacolony.lt/en/residence/actual-call

  • Omaha (Nebraska) / USA

    residency in a well established run by artists program

    Destination: Omaha (Nebraska) / USA
    Awarding institution: Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

    Founded in 1981, by artists for artists, the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts provides a diversity of residency opportunities to work across conceptual, material, performative, and social practices. Bemis facilitates the development of material and intellectual interests of its artists-in-residence and is building an alumni program that will further extend ongoing Bemis support. They offer artists-in-residence unmatched technical guidance, access to assistants and interns, an established network of resources, and opportunities to engage in dialogue with Bemis Center communities. Located in downtown Omaha’s historic Old Market, the Bemis Center's 110,000 square foot facility accommodates a broad range of artistic activity.
    Applications are open for: national and international artists showing a strong professional working history from the fields of visual arts, media/new genre, performance, architecture, film/video, literature, interdisciplinary arts, music composition, and choreography. Selected artists-in-residence enjoy generous sized, private live/work studios complete with kitchen and bathroom, all free of charge. Artists-in-residence have 24-hour access to extensive installation and production spaces and the Okada Sculpture & Ceramics Facility, a 9,000 square foot industrial space used for large-scale sculpture fabrication. Artists are invited to participate in at least one opportunity for public presentation (p.e. Open House).
    Grants: Due to the limitations of B2 visas (touring/visiting), international artists-in-residence are eligible to receive reimbursement of qualified expenses, such as airfare, ground transportation, and meals. Additional stipends for studio supplies or materials are not available.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, architecture, literature, music/composition, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: over 21
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3-4 months
    Deadline: end of April
    Contact: Holy Kranker
    More information: http://www.bemiscenter.org/residency/

  • Örnsköldsvik / Sweden

    AIR by the regional Government of Lower Austria in cooperation with Örnsköldsviks Kollektiva Konstnärs Verkstad

    Destination: Örnsköldsvik / Sweden
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    In cooperation with Örnsköldsviks Kollektiva Konstnärs Verkstad a living and working studio free of charge is provided. The artists will be assisted personally by English speaking staff. There is the Possibility of having an exhibition on-site. Access to a fully equipped printmaking workshop is guaranteed. Applications by artists with their focus within this artistic fields will be preferred. Grant: 800,- € from the regional Government of Lower Austria, 1.000,- € from the Swedish partner institution.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Örö / Finland

    solitary retreat for one month in a unique natural environment

    Destination: Örö / Finland
    Awarding institution: Örö Residency Programme

    Örö Residency Programme facilities are located on Örö, a former military fortress island in the Finnish Archipelago National Park. The artists-run programme focuses on new and experimental fields of art, art-science collaborations and interdisciplinary projects and therefor invite artists and researchers as well as organizations active in the fields of art, culture and research. Örö Recidency Programme provides accommodation in apartments which are either shared or one apartment per applicant. An apartment can accommodate 1-4 adults or a small family comfortably. The apartments function as combined studio/living spaces and are equipped with basic necessities, furniture and tools.
    It is not expected to realize a complete project during the residency period, it may as well be used as a catalyst for futher work or to concentrate in some vital phase in your ongoing projects. Due to the remote location of the island and the quietness of the winter months, the residency programme is more geared towards a solitary retreat.
    The residency period is always free of charge for artists and researchers, organizations are charged with a nominal compensation for rent and other expenses. Travel costs, materials, food or other daily expenses have to be paid by the residents themselves.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: beginning of June
    More information: https://www.ores.fi/applying/

  • Paliano / Italy

    "Domus Artium Paliano" - artists residency by the regional Government of Burgenland

    Destination: Paliano / Italy
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Burgenland

    Since 1999 the regional Government of Burgenland, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Tyrol and Vorarlberg offer the opportunity to Austrian artists to realize artistic projects in the "Domus Artium Paliano".
    The studio is located about 60 km southeast of Rome (between Palestrina and Anagni). One of two units in a house with additional work and showrooms will be provided, all of which can be used.
    The rooms are typically in a simple manner but functionally furnished, internet connection is available.
    Up to two artists per residential unit are sent per month.
    Grant: 800,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Burgenland
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Pia Bayer
    More information: https://www.burgenland.at/kultur-wissenschaft/kultur/kuenstleratelier-paliano/kuenstleratelier-paliano/

  • Paliano / Italy

    "Domus Artium Paliano" - artists residency by the regional Government of Tyrol

    Destination: Paliano / Italy
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Tyrol

    Since 1999 the regional Government of Burgenland, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Tyrol and Vorarlberg offer the opportunity to Austrian artists to realize artistic projects in the "Domus Artium Paliano".
    The studio is located about 60 km southeast of Rome (between Palestrina and Anagni). One of two units in a house with additional work and showrooms will be provided, all of which can be used.
    The rooms are typically in a simple manner but functionally furnished, internet connection is available.
    Up to two artists per residential unit are sent per month.
    Grant: 600,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), architecture, literature, design, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Tyrol
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Eva-Maria Nowotny
    More information: https://www.tirol.gv.at/kunst-kultur/wettbewerbe/ausschreibungen/kuenstlerhaus/

  • Paliano / Italy

    "Domus Artium Paliano" - artists residency by the regional Government of Lower Austria

    Destination: Paliano / Italy
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Lower Austria

    Since 1999 the regional Government of Burgenland, Lower Austria, Tyrol, Upper Austria and Vorarlberg offer the opportunity to Austrian artists to realize artistic projects in the "Domus Artium Paliano".
    The studio is located about 60 km southeast of Rome (between Palestrina and Anagni). One of two units in a house with additional work and showrooms will be provided, all of which can be used.
    The rooms are typically in a simple manner but functionally furnished, internet connection is available.
    Up to two artists per residential unit are sent per month.
    Grant: 800,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, literature
    Age limit: keine
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: Applications are accepted ongoing.
    Contact: Theresia Pumhösel (visual arts), Katharina Strasser (literature)
    More information: http://www.noe.gv.at/noe/Kunst-Kultur/Artist_in_Residence_Stipendien.html

  • Paliano / Italy

    "Domus Artium Paliano" - artists residency by the regional Government of Upper Austria

    Destination: Paliano / Italy
    Awarding institution: die KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich (regional Government of Upper Austria)

    Since 1999 the regional Government of Burgenland, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Tyrol and Vorarlberg offer the opportunity to Austrian artists to realize artistic projects in the "Domus Artium Paliano".
    The State of Upper Austria, in close cooperation with the Austrian Cultural Forum in Rome, coordinates the dates and administration of Domus Artium. The applications is open for artists from the fields of visual arts, literature and music / composition.
    The studio is located about 60 km southeast of Rome (between Palestrina and Anagni). One of two units in a house with additional work and showrooms will be provided, all of which can be used. The rooms are typically in a simple manner but functionally furnished, internet connection is available. Up to two artists per residential unit are sent per month.
    Grant: 800,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Upper Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Eva Dumfart
    More information: http://www.diekunstsammlung.at/135.htm

  • Paliano / Italy

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Paliano / Italy
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Every year in November two artists from Salzburg have the possibility to live and work at "Domus Artium" a studio house for artists (circa 60 km in the East of Rome). The application is open for single artists as well as artist groups (up to 3 people). Two rooms are available. Grant: 1.200,- € (per artist).

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/paliano.aspx

  • Paliano / Italy

    "Domus Artium Paliano" - artists residency by the regional Government of Vorarlberg

    Destination: Paliano / Italy
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Vorarlberg

    Since 1999 the regional Government of Burgenland, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Tyrol and Vorarlberg offer the opportunity to Austrian artists to realize artistic projects in the "Domus Artium Paliano". The application is open for artists from the disciplines of visual and applied arts, music, literature, performing arts, dance and film.
    One of two units in a house with additional work and showrooms will be provided, all of which can be used.The rooms are typically in a simple manner but functionally furnished, internet connection is available.
    Up to two artists per residential unit are sent per month.
    Grant: 900,- € per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, architecture, literature, music/composition, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: beginning of December
    Contact: Elisabeth Mahmoud
    More information: http://presse.cnv.at/land/dist/vlk-54927.html

  • Paris / France

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with Cité internationale des arts

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The three studio spaces in Paris – two are especially dedicated to photographers and artists working with sculpture or objects – are situated in the building of the Cité internationale des arts and connected with this french residency program for international artists. Their program consists of visiting exhibitions together, open studio days etc. Grant: 2.100,- € per month (500,- € operating expenses have to be paid from this money) and a one-time travel expenses refund of 400,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 4 months
    Deadline: end of July (visual arts), end of August (photography)
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a25

  • Paris / France

    studio abroad for Viennese artists

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: MA7 – cultural department City of Vienna

    Living and working studio in Paris for artists from Vienna or living in Vienna. Grant: 1.690,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Vienna
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Gabriele Strommer
    More information: https://www.wien.gv.at/amtshelfer/kultur/bildung/studium/foerderungen/studienaufenthalt.html

  • Paris / France

    "Cité Internationale des Arts Paris" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Since 1992 the regional Government of Salzburg is announcing a residency in a studio and living space at the Cité Internationale des Arts Paris. The space offered is solely occupied by artists from Salzburg for the whole year. It consists of a mansard in the size of 47 m² and is situated on the 4th floor of a new building. Grant: The regional Government of Salzburg is funding a contribution to travel and accommodation expenses between 4.500,- € and 5.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 3-4 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/paris.aspx

  • Paris / France

    Artists studio at Fondation de la Cité internationale des Arts Paris

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: City of Klagenfurt

    In rotation with the regional Government of Carinthia the residency for visual artists in Paris is announced every second year by the City of Klagenfurt. Provided is a working space part of the 260 studios by „Fondation de la Cité internationale des Arts“ at the international artists residence at Rue de L’Hotel de Ville. Grant: living and working studio free of charge (operating expenses have to be paid by the artists) and a sum of 6.000,- €. The developed works will be exhibited in the Living Studio of Stadtgalerie Klagenfurt after the residency.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Corinthia
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 6 months
    Deadline: end of November
    Contact: Cornelia Toth
    More information: http://www.kulturraum-klagenfurt.at/ausschreibungen.html

  • Paris / France

    Pernod Ricard Fellowship

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: Villa Vassilieff

    The Pernod Ricard Fellowship is open for international artists, curators and researchers of the following geographical zones: Nothern and Eastern Europe, Southeast Asia, South America, South Africa, West Africa and Est Africa. It is conceived as a research and artistic platform, experimenting with non-linear models of generating and distributing knowledge to encourage different possible connections between researchers, contemporary artists, cultural institutions, non-profit organizations and the general public. Inheriting the cosmopolitan and convivial spirit of the historical studio, art academy and artists’ cantina founded and run by Marie Vassilieff in the heart of Montparnasse, the Fellows enjoy a tailor-made support, special meetings with local or international researchers and art professionals relevant to their needs as well as access to a rich network of institutions in France and abroad.
    Grant: 3-month residency in a private studio at Villa Vassilieff, 6.000,- € to cover living expenses in Paris, 5.000,- € for production and research costs as well as one or two round-trips to Paris.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of May
    More information: http://villavassilieff.net/spip.php?page=sommaire&lang=en

  • Paris / France

    Scholarship incl. studio apartment at Cité Internationale des Arts Paris

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Carinthia

    The regional Government of Carinthia, together with the City of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee, has had a residential studio in Paris since 1986. The studio will be awarded twice a year to visual artists, alternating in the open call on a yearly basis with the city of Klagenfurt am Wörthersee. Eligible applicants are artists who are either born or work in Carinthia or whose personality / work is in a significant other relation to the province of Carinthia. The use of the studio is possible either from 1 January to 30 June or from 1 July to 31 December. The artists should be given the opportunity to realize a project during the study visit and to make contacts with the artistic scene in Paris. At the end of the residency period, a public presentation of the work will be aimed, if possible.
    Grant: 8.922, - €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: keine
    Origin / place of habitation: Corinthia
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 6 Monate
    Deadline: in mid-August
    Contact: Erika Napetschnig
    More information: https://www.kulturchannel.at/foerderungen/stipendien/

  • Paris / France

    Cité internationale des arts - direct application: visual arts, music, writing and the performing arts

    Destination: Paris / France
    Awarding institution: Cité internationale des arts

    The Cité internationale des arts, which was founded in 1965, is today a residence center that has been hosting more than 22,000 artists since its creation in its studios (more than 300) in the Marais and Montmartre districts of central Paris. Its ideal location in the heart of Paris and its commitment to place the artist at the heart of the project mean that the Cité internationale des arts is a key player on the Parisian and international art scene. Based on the artistic projects of residents, artists and/or exhibition curators, the Cité internationale des arts implements a multidisciplinary cultural program in its various spaces: the Galerie (a 525 m² exhibition space), the Corridor, the Auditorium (128 seats), as well as through "open-studio days". The Cité internationale des arts also supports residents’ "fringe events and projects" and helps bring them into contact with professionals.
    Twice a year (in spring and fall), the Cité internationale des arts organizes direct open calls for French and international artists and curators from the disciplines: visual arts, music, writing and the performing arts. The residents will be selected by a specific committee made up of experts from the relevant disciplines, with representatives from the French Ministry of Culture, the City of Paris, the Institut Français and cultural institutions, as well as directors of music conservatories and art schools and independent curators, etc. The studios include a furnished work and living space (living room/workspace, bedroom, bathroom, kitchen).
    Costs: monthly rate depending on the size of the studio (25-57 m²) varying from 570,- to 860,- €, application fee 32,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, theory/curators, literature, music/composition, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: over 18
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students, family friendly

    Duration: 2-12 months
    Deadline: beginning of September
    More information: https://www.citedesartsparis.net/en/committees-fall-2018

  • Quebec (Sheerbrooke) / Canada

    guest studio by the regional Government of Upper Austria at Centre en art actuel Sporobole

    Destination: Quebec (Sheerbrooke) / Canada
    Awarding institution: die KUNSTSAMMLUNG des Landes Oberösterreich (regional Government of Upper Austria)

    The regional Government of Upper Austria, in cooperation with its partner region Québec, is offering a two-month artists residency in the city of Sherbrooke at "Center en art actuel Sporobole".
    The artist house "Center en art actuel Sporobole" is located in downtown Sherbrooke (Québec province, 150 km from Montreal). Residents will be provided with an apartment and studio of 38 m². Guest artists also have access to two spacious laboratories and a workshop that is well equipped (2D / 3D printer, 3D video lab, recording studio).
    The Upper Austria is providing a grant of 1.700,- €, an additional grant of CAD $ 2,500 comes from the Arts and Design Council of Québec.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Upper Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Eva Dumfart
    More information: http://www.diekunstsammlung.at/136.htm

  • Rio de Janeiro / Brasil

    seminarlike residecy programme offering alternatives to normative art discourses

    Destination: Rio de Janeiro / Brasil
    Awarding institution: Capacete

    CAPACETE founded in 1998 with its seat in Rio de Janeiro. Its mission is to set up situations and develop strategies that offer concrete and real alternatives to the unstable field of art. The current and previous programmes were designed to reflect the interdisciplinar character of contemporary aesthetic practices and to promote efforts that join the theoretical world with artistic presentations of diverse formats for a range of audiences.
    Candidates – ten altogether – from different backgrounds and with different educational experiences are welcome, but everyone is expected to have built up a consistent practice in their own discipline (artists, curators, activists, community representatives, dancers, actors, choreographers, writers, etc.). The programme activities will be concentrated in weekly meetings with people that connect with and articulate the theme proposed in the residency programme as well as in the group meetings facilitated by Camilla Rocha Campos, director of the programme. The activities will bring the participants closer to the social, cultural and political dynamics of Rio de Janeiro. The programme’s focus will be the collective self-management of the CAPACETE space in Rio de Janeiro and programming activities for the space. The selected residents are expected to be fully committed to this weekly programme (approximately 12 hours per week).
    Costs: 200 R$ per month, to be paid in 10 terms for participating the residency programme and 500 R$ per month to rent one of ten rooms which CAPACETE is offering. Candidates are also free to arrange other accommodation if wanted.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg


    Duration: 10 months
    Deadline: in mid-May
    Contact: Helmut Batista
    More information: http://capacete.org/programa-capacete-2019/

  • Rio de Janeiro / Brasil

    learning about the socio-cultural and political scenario in Brazil

    Destination: Rio de Janeiro / Brasil
    Awarding institution: Despina

    Despina Residency Program is designed for artists and curators wishing to immerse themselves in their work and/or research. Despina provides them with the space to explore practices, concepts, new ideas and materials; to develop a project while receiving feedback and support and to learn about the socio-cultural and political scenario in Brazil. The selected artists/curators have the chance to live and work in Rio de Janeiro by receiving an art studio or an accommodation in a self-contained studio flat. They are invited to participate in a range of activities such as one on one talks with a curator, weekly follow-up meetings with other artists, studio visits and exhibition tours. Participants are also encouraged to propose talks and workshops for the public. At the end of the stay an open studio event is organised to show the works and/or processes to the public.
    Costs: 2.000,- € per month (without accommodation), 2.500,- € per month (with accommodation). Selected artists/curators are encouraged to apply for funding to cover all costs involved.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students, family friendly

    Duration: 1-3 months
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Frederico Pellachin
    More information: http://despina.org/residencia-2/sobre/?lang=en

  • Sapporo (Hokkaido) / Japan

    three-month residency in a megacity on the northern Japanese island of Hokkaido

    Destination: Sapporo (Hokkaido) / Japan
    Awarding institution: Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio

    Once a year, Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio allows three international artists of all nationalities and disciplines (artists, curators and organizers) to reside for 6 weeks in one of the institution's 13 different studio apartments, in which also local and other japanese artists are residing. The stays take place during the winter season. At the end the possibility is given to present one's own work in an exhibition. The selected residents will receive a free studio apartment, part of their production fees will be covered. Travel expenses must be borne by the artists themselves.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: over 18
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 6 weeks
    Deadline: in mid-November
    Contact: Mami Odai
    More information: https://tenjinyamastudio.jp/en/air/

  • Sardinia (Bosa) / Italy

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Sardinia (Bosa) / Italy
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    The Fondo Valentina Piredda-Sardinia situated in Alghero and Bosa on the Italian island of Sardinia is offering a living studio free from charge for artists from the disciplines painting, photography or video and videoanimation. At the end of the residency an exhibition in Alghero with a small catalog for documentation is planned. Grant: 800,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/sardinien.aspx

  • Scuol / Switzerland

    Artist residence in a former bathhouse in a quiet location in the middle of the Engadine Dolomites

    Destination: Scuol / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Fundaziun Nairs

    The Artists’ House of Fundaziun Nairs is located in the bathhouse of the former spa hotel Scuol-Tarasp on the banks of the Inn river amidst the Engadine Dolomites. Every month up to 30 fine artists, musicians, composers, writers, dancers, performers and scientists from around the world live and work under one roof. Fundaziun Nairs provides a space for focused creative work and an environment for constructive dialogue between the scholars. It sees itself as both a place of work and a meeting place. Individual activity and the exchange between various disciplines characterise the atmosphere in the house. Networking and exchange of artistic ideas are connected with an interest in the Engadine mountains and the daily life and culture of their inhabitants. The results of work created in Nairs can be shown on the days of the open studios. The rooms of the house include nine studios and nine bedrooms, a kitchen with common space, a big event hall as well as exhibition halls over three floors. The residents receive a private studio and bedroom or a studio with a built-in bedroom.
    Costs: The artists pay a monthly fee of CHF 500,- (costs of food). The length of stay can be chosen freely by the scholars (between 1 and 10 months). Fundaziun Nairs i strying to coordinate the dates as optimal as possible (between 2 and 10 months).

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, literature, music/composition, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: for students

    Duration: 2-10 months
    Deadline: end of April
    Contact: Sarah Fehr
    More information: http://www.nairs.ch/artist-in-residence-program/artist-in-residence-program-2/?lang=en

  • Seyðisfjörður / Iceland

    Self-directed Residencies for individual artists and artistic collaborators

    Destination: Seyðisfjörður / Iceland
    Awarding institution: Skaftfell - Visual Art Center

    The self-directed residencies offer quiet time and space for independent research, reflection, and experiment. Artists are encouraged to use their stay for in-depth inquiries into their work processes and conceptual interests, to use the magnificent nature of Skaftfell’s surroundings as a source of energy and inspiration, to work at the interface of art and life, to share thoughts with other residency artists, and to embrace the idea of a “slow residency”, embedded in a small but vibrant rural community. The program is best suited for visual artists, but artists with interdisciplinary practices are also welcome to apply.
    The self-directed residency program hosts up to 6 artists simultaneously during the winter, spring, and autumn months. Artists-in-residence have the opportunity to give an artist talk or a workshop, to participate in Skaftfell’s education program for school children if suited, and to present their work in an open studio if they wish. The Skaftfell staff can support the artists’ individual working processes by offering general and project specific advice in weekly meetings and studio visits, by giving networking support, and lending tools and equipment, within capacity.
    COSTS private Residency: 105,000 ISK per month. Apartment with 2 bedrooms, 25 m² living/working space, for single use by the artist or by 2-3 artistic collaborators. Partners and children are welcome and stay for free; shared residency: 75,000 ISK per month per person. Private bedroom in a shared house with 2 bedrooms and either 2 separate work spaces (15 m² each) or 1 shared working space (25 m²). Shared with one other artist; research residency: 90,000 ISK per month. Small house with 1 bedroom and a sleeping loft, combined living/working space (15 m²). For single use by the artist. Partners are welcome; group residency: 120,000 ISK per month per group (max. 4 collaborating artists). Accommodation in 2 shared bedrooms. With shared living/working space (25 m²); The residency fee to be paid by the artist covers self-catering accommodation with combined living/working space, as well as general and PR support from Skaftfell staff.


    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, performance, theory/curators, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: family friendly

    Duration: 1-4 months
    Deadline: in mid-August
    Contact: Julia Martin
    More information: http://skaftfell.is/category/residency-program/air-open-calls/?lang=en

  • Shanghai / China

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria in cooperation with Shanghai Theatre Academy

    Destination: Shanghai / China
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The studio is connected to the Shanghai Theater Academy. English speaking coordinators of the studio program are available. The spacious apartment is located in the 40-floor apartment building La Residence right in front of the campus of the Shanghai Theater Academy. It consists of a large living room, kitchen and two bedrooms with en-suite bathroom and toilet. Two residents will share the apartment at the same time. Grant: 1.700, - € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 1.000,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a28

  • Shanghai / China

    artistic "time-out" in former luxury hotel

    Destination: Shanghai / China
    Awarding institution: Swatch Art Peace Hotel

    The Swatch Art Peace Hotel artist residency welcomes known and unknown artists from all artistic fields (visual art, photography, conceptual art, literature, music, dance, film...) and from all around the world, to live and work in apartments and workshops for a period of three to six months in Shanghai. Artists are free to engage in individual or joint projects. It is suggested to apply with a specific project and to send in a description as detailed and personalised as possible. Residents are provided with individual accommodation and working space in modern, furnished apartments and workshops located on the second and third floors of the Swatch Art Peace Hotel. The apartments and workshops are assigned according to need and availability for a period ranging from three to six months.
    Grant: accommodation and breakfast free of charge at the hotel, round trip ticket to Shanghai and financial assistance when applying for Chinese Visa. Residents have to pay all material costs as well as subsistence costs themselves. At the end of their stay, all participants are asked to leave an artistic “trace” of their choice.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3-6 months
    Deadline: ongoing
    More information: https://www.swatch-art-peace-hotel.com/apply

  • Šmartno / Slovenia

    http://www.kulturraum-klagenfurt.at/ausschreibungen.html

    Destination: Šmartno / Slovenia
    Awarding institution: City of Klagenfurt

    The hilly landscape of the Slovenian Goriska Brda, in which the artist's studio of the city of Klagenfurt is located, has been inspiration for Carinthian artists from the fields of the visual arts, photography, new media and literature for many years. The works created in the Šmartno studio will be exhibited in the Living-Studio of the Stadtgalerie. For writers, a reading evening is planned in the Robert Musil Literature Museum. Grant: 3.000,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Corinthia
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 5 months
    Deadline: end of November
    Contact: Cornelia Toth
    More information: http://www.kulturraum-klagenfurt.at/ausschreibungen.html

  • Solothurn / Switzerland

    three-month work stay in a new social and cultural environment in Switzerland

    Destination: Solothurn / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Altes Spital Solothurn

    The art and congress center Altes Spital Solothurn enables three artists from abroad in a three-month working stay to realize project ideas in a new social and cultural environment and to gain an insight into the art and culture scene of Switzerland. The residents are provided with an apartment and integrated studio free of charge as well workshop spaces for screen printing and wood projects. For composers and musicians a piano is present. Professional advice by experts from the art and cultural life as well as help in establishing contacts with the local art scene will be given.
    Grant: apartment and integrated studio free of charge. Travel and living expenses have to be covered by the residents themselves.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of March
    Contact: Eva Gauch
    More information: http://altesspital.ch/kultur/artist-in-residence/

  • Stuttgart / Germany

    Solitude scholarship between 3 to 12 months

    Destination: Stuttgart / Germany
    Awarding institution: Akademie Schloss Solitude

    Akademie Schloss Solitude is a foundation under public law that offers an interdisciplinary and international scholarship programme for scholars and artists from all disciplines and backgrounds. Since 1990, Akademie Solitude has promoted artists in the disciplines of architecture, visual arts, performing arts, design, literature, music / sound and video / film / new media through residential and working scholarships. More than 1.300 scholarship holders from over 120 countries have since then used the Akademie to implement and further develop their ideas and projects. For the self-image of the academy, it is central that scholarship holders of all disciplines receive the possibility to research and be creative without the everyday and presentation constraints. At the same time, the Akademie offers opportunities to communicate projects to the public and to promote them effectively. In addition to numerous events, the flexible online platform Schlosspost enables international visibility of the scholarship holders and their topics and gives space for new digital projects.
    The Solitude Scholarship is a presence scholarship, variable in duration between 3 to 12 months. It is assumed that guests spend at least two-thirds of their scholarship at Akademie Schloss Solitude. The residency includes a furnished living / work studio including electricity, water and heating free of rent. Workshops are available to scholarship holders free of charge under the guidance of the workshop manager.
    Grant: 1.200, - € per month, one-time travel allowance for arrival and departure, transport allowance for material (tools and instruments), individual project funding and material cost subsidy.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: under 35
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3-12 months
    Deadline: every second year, in mid-April
    More information: http://www.akademie-solitude.de/en/fellowship/residency/

  • Tainan / Taiwan

    "Soulangh Artist Village" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Tainan / Taiwan
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Within the artists residency program of Soulangh Artist Village - which is situated in a well adapted former sugar refinery outside of Tainan - artists from Salzburg are invited to live and work in a unity part of the complex every year in October and November. The cooperation partner offers well equipped rooms for events e.g. theatre or performances on-site. A public presentation of artworks resulting from the stay is expected at the end of the residency. Grant: 3.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: enf of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/atelier_tainan_taiwan.aspx

  • Taipei / Taiwan

    residency experience to chose from two types of accommodation

    Destination: Taipei / Taiwan
    Awarding institution: Taipei Artist Village (TAV) and Treasure Hill Artist Village (THAV)

    Artist-in-Residence Taipei (AIR Taipei) provides a platform for diverse cultural collaboration across Taiwanese and international artists coming from the disciplines visual arts, performance art, music, architecture, literature, curatorial and cultural research, arts administration and interdisciplinary arts. AIR Taipei offers 2 bases for international artists to develop and realize their projects in Taipei, at Taipei Artist Villiage (TAV) or Treasure Hill Artist Village (THAV).
    TAV is located in the city center where the artists can easily access the public and the art network. TAV features living quarters and studios (33-46 m²) for 13 artists, as well as a dance studio, piano room, dark room, an exhibition place, a seminar room and two gardens located in the fourstory building. THAV sits in the unique historical settlement of village style where awaits to be explored by the artists to put creativities in. It has 14 studios, where either Taiwanese or international artists can work and live, as well as a rehearsal room, exhibition rooms and outdoor exhibition spaces.
    Each residency application project must be designed for and relevant to one specific artist village, responding to this individualities of the site.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, architecture, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 8-12 weeks
    Deadline: beginning of June
    Contact: Mabel Wang
    More information: http://www.artistvillage.org/artist.php

  • Tehran / Iran

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Tehran / Iran
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    In 2012 this artists residency of 6-weeks duration in the Iranian capital Tehran took place the first time. It has been organised and financed since then in cooperation with the Austrian Embassy in Tehran. The teahouse in the garden of the ambassador's residency serves as the artist's living and working studio. The resident is expected to participate in the collaboration with local artists within the program of the Austrian Cultural Forum Tehran as well as to present his/her artistic work at the end of the residency. The application is open for artists under 40 years and tied to a specific project submission. Grant: the Austrian Cultural Forum Tehran pays travel and accommodation costs, a scholarship of 1.000,- € is covered by the regional Government of Salzburg.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 6 weeks
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/teheran.aspx

  • Tehran / Iran

    Artist in Residence in Teheran

    Destination: Tehran / Iran
    Awarding institution: Austrian Cultural Forum Teheran

    The residencies organized in Teheran serve for artists to become acquainted with the Iranian art and culture scene as well as to get in contact with the local creatives. The application is addressed to artists from or living in Austria. All fields of the visual arts as well as the following disciplines are admitted: art & science, film, composition, literature and theatre.
    An accommodation free of charge is provided in the "Teehaus" – a pavilion within the park of the Austrian Residency in Northern Tehran. It consists of a separate bedroom with a double couch, a working space, a shower, a toilet and a small kitchen. The Austrian Cultural Forum expects that the artist participates in their extensive program with local artists (workshops, presentation of a realized project, etc.). Grant: the Cultural Forum coveres flight and airport transfer expenses to Teheran. The acquisition of a visa is obliged.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, literature, music/composition, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: under 40
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: beginning of December
    Contact: Austrian Cultural Forum Teheran
    More information: https://www.bmeia.gv.at/kf-teheran/schwerpunkte/artist-in-residence/

  • Tiflis / Georgia

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Tiflis / Georgia
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    In 2017 for the first time a big apartment and a studio space wihtin 10-minute distance was offered to artists from Salzburg. The living space is easily furnished and situated in a nice area within the center of Tiflis. The studio is especially suitable for painting and belongs to a Georgian artist who will in return be living and working in the guest studio in Salzburg. Grant: 1.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/themen/kultur/kulturfoerderungen/bildendekunst/ateliers

  • Timisoara / Romania

    international cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the city of Salzburg

    Destination: Timisoara / Romania
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    Within the collaboration with the West University of Timisoara / Faculty of Arts and Design, an accommodation in the university dorm and a studio at the campus will be available for artists from Salzburg. Grant: travel expenses are covered by the city of Salzburg, a scholarship is funded by the partner organization.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/timisoara_rumaenien_348730.htm

  • Tirana / Albania

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Tirana / Albania
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    In cooperation with the Austrian embassy a living and working studio in Tirana is offered to artists from Salzburg. It is possible to have an exhibition at the end of the residency at Zeta Gallery in Tirana. Grant: the Austrian embassy coveres travel expenses, the regional Government of Salzburg a scholarship of 1.000,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/tirana.aspx

  • Tokyo / Japan

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria

    Destination: Tokyo / Japan
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    The studio house in the traditional Japanese style is located in the quiet district of Aarakawa-ku in Northern Tokyo. It enables to work in concentration and is at the same time the perfect base for research works in the city center which is easily accessible by public transport. Grant: 2.050,- € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 1.000,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a32

  • Turin / Italy

    funded residency for artists and researchers in an active and critical art institution in Turin

    Destination: Turin / Italy
    Awarding institution: Cripta747

    Cripta747 Residency Programme aims to support the creative development of artists, curators and researchers from any field of contemporary culture, without any geographical or age limit. The Residency takes place at Cripta747’s headquarters, an industrial building located in the North of Turin. Cripta747 provides fellows with the opportunity to live and work in Turin for eight weeks between while developing individual projects and immersing themselves in the city’s creative environment. This process-based residency aims at implementing and rethinking new strategies in research and artistic practices, refocusing the attention onto the production processes. Through the fellowship, it favours mobility, fosters exchange between local and foreign researchers, and supports both material and conceptual production. Fellows are invited to present the results of their researches developed in residence through a public event and an open studio.
    Grant: 6.000,- € which covers travels, accommodation, a daily allowance, studio rent at Cripta747’s headquarters, and production expenses.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 8 weeks
    Deadline: end of April
    More information: http://www.cripta747.it/residency-programme

  • Vantaa / Finland

    International cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the city of Salzburg

    Destination: Vantaa / Finland
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    In cooperation with the Gallery Gjutars / artists' association Vantaa, a living and working studio is provided. It is located on the upper floor of a house in a forest. On the lower floor it consists of a gallery space and an art library. Grant: Travel expenses are covered by the city of Salzburg, a scholarship comes from the partner organization.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/vantaa_finnland_315948.htm

  • Varanasi / India

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Varanasi / India
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Two months per year a working and living studio is offered to artists from Salzburg in the Indian city Varanasi. The residency is funded and organized in cooperation with the Austrian Cultural Forum in New Delhi. The residents are accommodated in the working and living studios belonging to the Kriti Gallery who will also take care of assistance. Very good food is included as well. Grant: 3.500,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/ateliers_im_ausland.aspx

  • Virginia / USA

    International cultural exchange - artists-in-residence by the city of Salzburg

    Destination: Virginia / USA
    Awarding institution: City of Salzburg

    In cooperation with the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts VCCA, founded in 1971 as one of the leading artist colonies in the US, a living and working studio is provided. It is expected to speak English fluently and to be willing to integrate into the artist colony. Artists of all fields of the visual arts as well as composers and writers can apply for the residency. Grant: Travel expenses are covered by the city of Salzburg, a scholarship comes from the partner organization.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, literature, music/composition
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 6 weeks
    Deadline: end of October
    Contact: Martina Greil
    More information: https://www.stadt-salzburg.at/internet/websites/kultur/kultur/kultukontakte/air/partner_staedte_part_335695/vcca_usa_315952.htm

  • Warsaw / Poland

    international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Warsaw / Poland
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    The living and working studio is situated in an apartment rented by the Austrian Cultural Forum Warsaw. A presentation of the artistic work is possible at the end of the residency in a group exhibition at the Cultural Forum. Grant: 1.800,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/warschau.aspx

  • Westport / Ireland

    AIR by the regional Government of Lower Austria in cooperation with Custom House Studios

    Destination: Westport / Ireland
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    The residency is provided with a living and working studio free of charge. It is designed for visual artists with a focus on printmaking since the studio houses an etching workshop. Personal assistance on-site is given. Grant: 1.900,- € funded by the regional Government of Lower Austria for travel and subsistence expenses.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Winterthur / Switzerland

    3-month stay in renowned Swiss residency institution

    Destination: Winterthur / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Villa Sträuli

    Doris Sträuli-Keller, a Winterthur-based music educator and arts patron, founded the Sulzberg Foundation in 1999. In accordance with the wishes of the founder and her husband, Dr. Hans Sträuli Jr., who predeceased her, their villa and their estate are to be used for the purposes of supporting and advancing the arts. The aim of the Villa Sträuli stipend-supported residencies is to provide artists from all disciplines and backgrounds with an opportunity to work creatively and make new contacts in a stimulating environment. The residencies are designed to support international artists and to promote intercultural exchange. The Sulzberg Foundation provides three live-in studios for creative artists in the Villa Sträuli: one for the visual arts, one for literature or new media, and one for the performing arts or music. One residency will be awarded to an artist from abroad with a project that relates to the residency location. For reasons of space, the studio for visual arts is not suited for sculpture. The Villa Sträuli was built at the beginning of the last century and noise travels easily in the building; artists-in-residence will be able to hear sounds from the other studios. Given these circumstances, our residencies are not suited for artists who require a quiet environment. Each of the Villa Sträuli’s three studios is an independent flat with a living/working space, a small kitchen, a bedroom (doublebed), and a shower/WC. Layouts and furnishings vary in the studios.
    Grant: 1.000,- CHF per month.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature, music/composition, design, film
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students, family friendly

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of January
    More information: http://www.villastraeuli.ch/en/deadlines-and-requirements

  • Woodside / California

    AIR by the regional Government of Lower Austria in cooperation with Djerassi Resident Artists Program

    Destination: Woodside / California
    Awarding institution: AIR Lower Austria

    In cooperation with Djerassi Resident Artists Program, artists from Upper Austria from the fields of visual arts or media art can live and work free of charge in California for a month. Personal assistance on-site is organized by the partner organization. Grant: 1.800,- € travel and material expenses covered by the regional Government of Lower Austria, subsistence will be covered by the partner organization.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Lower Austria
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: in mid-September
    Contact: Sabine Güldenfuß
    More information: http://www.air-krems.at/programm/auslandsstipendien/ausschreibungen

  • Wrocław / Poland

    one month funded residency for artists, curators and art mediators working with sound

    Destination: Wrocław / Poland
    Awarding institution: WRO Center for Media Art Foundation, Austrian Cultural Forum in Warsaw, Culture Zone Wrocław

    WRO Art Center – in collaboration with the Austrian Cultural Forum in Warsaw and Culture Zone Wrocław – invites artists, curators and art mediators based in Austria working with sound in the broad context of media art and its mediation, who interested in archives, site-specificity and participatory art practices.
    The guest will be elected from among proposals for an audience-engaging workshop-like creative activity connected with his/her practice and – preferably – with some kind of enquiry into the WRO archives. The activity shall be conceived for and developed with a certain target audience, preferably students, grown-ups or senior citizens and should be connected with some kind of public presentation (live performance, artist talk, work-in-progress presentation). Apart from organizing the audience-engaging activity, the artist will be free to work on their own projects and explore the cultural life of Wrocław.
    The resident will be provided with an accommodation in a comfortably furnished apartment in the old town, a work place in the premises of WRO Art Center / WRO Atelier, curatorial and production assistance.
    Grants: 700,- €, travel cost refund up to max. 250,- €, workshop production budget up to max. 200,- €.

    Artistic fields: photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 1 month
    Deadline: beginning of September
    Contact: Agnieszka Kubicka-Dzieduszycka
    More information: http://opencall.wrocenter.pl/en/wro-res-2018-application-form/

  • Yogyakarta / Indonesia

    artists residency by the Federal Chancellery of Austria

    Destination: Yogyakarta / Indonesia
    Awarding institution: Federal Chancellery of Austria Division II - Arts and Culture

    In Yogyakarta, three studio spaces are offered, one especially dedicated to artists from the field of media art. The spacious common studio as well as the private room with bathroom and a common kitchen are fully equipped. A veranda is connected to the house. There is the possibility to use common rooms for exhibitions and other events, which are located near the the Yogyakarta Art University and assisted by English-speaking staff. Grant: 1.700,- € per month and a one-time travel expenses refund of 1.200,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology)
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 or 4 months
    Deadline: end of July
    Contact: Gabriele Cuny-Pierron
    More information: http://www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at/site/cob__60072/8100/default.aspx#a35

  • Yogyakarta / Indonesia

    "SewonArtSpace" - international studio by the regional Government of Salzburg

    Destination: Yogyakarta / Indonesia
    Awarding institution: Regional Government of Salzburg

    Since 2013 the regional Government of Salzburg is offering residencies for artists from Salzburg in Indonesia. The living and working studio is situated at the SewonArtSpace (300 m²) in Bantul in the South of Yogyakarta. The private rooms are well equipped. Bathroom, kitchen, working space and garden are being shared among the artists. A public presentation at the on-site exhibition space is possible. Grant: 3.000,- €.

    Artistic fields: visual arts
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: Salzburg
    Participation: subsidized, for students

    Duration: 2 months
    Deadline: end of February
    Contact: Dietgard Grimmer
    More information: https://www.salzburg.gv.at/kultur_/Seiten/atelier_yogyakarta_indonesien.aspx

  • Zurich / Switzerland

    Freiraum-scholarship, creative retreat at a small attic in Zurich

    Destination: Zurich / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: index – Wort und Wirkung

    Since 2010 index sponsors artist's residencies for artists from diverse disciplines and countries. The artist's residency provides rent-free living in a small attic in Zurich, as well as the opportunity to network and discuss artistic ideas with the artists and writers of index. The artist’s space is a furnished, 12 m² attic with a communal shower and a separate lavatory. The room is located on the fifth floor of an apartment building (consisting entirely of flat-shares), immediately next to the main buildings of the ETH and the University of Zurich. The modest accommodation is the ideal place for a creative retreat. The space is given to artists who did not yet receive or could benefit little from other funding opportunities.
    index supports the residents in the search for a suitable studio / work space, in the organisation of a public event and offers the possibility of artistic exchange and networking. The residents are encouraged to leave a small work (picture, text, sound document, etc.) in the attic as an "artistic trace".
    Grant: accommodation free of charge.



    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, digital arts (video and media art, sound art, arts & technology), performance, theory/curators, art education, art criticism, architecture, literature
    Age limit: none
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 8 weeks
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Andreas Heusser
    More information: http://www.wortundwirkung.ch/freiraum/english-information/how-to-apply

  • Zurich / Switzerland

    three-month artists residency with a studio in a cultural center in Switzerland

    Destination: Zurich / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Rote Fabrik

    The IG Rote Fabrik is providing a working studio in the cultural centrum Rote Fabrik for a period of 3 months to foreign artists who can prove a convincing track record in the arts (fine arts, dance, theater, music and film), are willing to engage with the culture of the host country and have the requisite language skills. In addition to the studio, a two-room apartment in Zurich, personal assistance (press and public relation work, presentation opportunities) and the artistic environment (studio in a shared studio house with local artists) are guaranteed.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, photography, performance, music/composition, film, performing arts (choreography, dance, theater)
    Age limit: keine
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: end of May
    Contact: Sandra Schudel
    More information: http://www.rotefabrik.ch/en/igrotefabrik/air.php

  • Zurich / Switzerland

    Gueststudio Gleis7 - three month residency within an active Studio House

    Destination: Zurich / Switzerland
    Awarding institution: Gleis70

    The Gueststudio Gleis70 is located in Zurich Altstetten in a former factory building in a industrial area. Artists, musicians, designers, inventors, composers, writers, graphic artists, dancers, filmmakers, and many more work in the Gleis70 Cooperative building. It is located right beside the tracks of the train Zürich-Bern/Basel and is easily accessible by public transportation. The Cooperative Gleis70 together with the Cultural Department of the State of Zurich and Pro Helvetia, Swiss Cultural Foundation provide a residential artist studio including a living/working space for foreign artists free of rent as well as a grant.
    Artists have the opportunity to stay three months in the gueststudio Gleis70 while pursuing their own projects and to network with inhouse artists or the art scene in Zurich.
    The Gueststudio includes a living room with sleeping, cooking, shower capabilities and a working space (alltogether 50 m²).
    Grant: 1.500,- CHF per month, one time travel expenses from the home destination to Zurich and back, 1.000,- CHF toward project costs.

    Artistic fields: visual arts, design
    Age limit: keine
    Origin / place of habitation: international, Austria, Vienna, Burgenland, Corinthia, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Salzburg, Styria, Tyrol, Vorarlberg
    Participation: subsidized

    Duration: 3 months
    Deadline: in springtime
    More information: http://www.gastateliergleis70.ch/about-the-studio/