Six residential fellowships will be awarded to international visual artists, two 3-month and four 9-month. The focus of artistic work for the residential fellowships for 2016 must be on the medium of drawing.
Deadline: 30 Jun 2015
To foster dialog between artistic work and theoretical reflection, Balmoral awards a 9-month residential curator fellowship to a fellow in the humanities. All residential fellowships run from June 2016. Visual artists with relation to Rhineland-Palatinate have the possibility to apply for project, foreign and exchange fellowships.
The residential fellowships are endowed with 1,400 € a month and include free accommodation in the Kuenstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral. The project, foreign and exchange fellowships are endowed with 1,200 € per month (except for South Korea).
Artists’ residence Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral in Bad Ems is a place of reflection, artistic production, discussion and meeting. It supports visual artists from all over the world by awarding artists-in-residence fellowships. Schloss Balmoral sees itself as an interface between artistic work and theoretical reflection and as a point of contact between former and present fellows. Since 2013, fellowships are offered in one artistic genre or one theme each year. This offering, which is unique in Germany, is intended to enable deeper mutual creative cross-fertilisation among the resident artists.
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In the context of its research and residency program, ZK/U offers a living and work space for artists, scholars, and practitioners working in the fields of urban research, geography, anthropology, urbanism, architecture, and the humanities.
Deadline: 14 Jun 2015
The programme is open to brave, curious, artists in their field, working on the edge of their practice.
The residency consists of furnished studio-apartments (half of which have private bathrooms), communal facilities, an open platform for public events, lectures, discussions, screenings, performances, and presentations.
For individual fellows, depending on the type of studio-apartment and the length of stay, the resident’s costs are between 500 and 800 euro per month. The price covers all utility costs and space usage.
ZK/U organises various events which allow residents to present their work to a selected audience. The residency also organises monthly curator studio visits, one public group presentation (OPENHAUS) per month, online, and local promotion of the public events, and the opportunity for the residents to propose their own format.
The ZK/U sees itself as a laboratory for inter- and trans-disciplinary, activities centered on the phenomenon of “the city.” ZK/U promotes international exchange on global issues, in the light of what is happening in one’s own backyard. Working with local and international partners, ZK/U residencies brings together critical minds at the cutting-edge of artistic production and urban research.
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NordArt is one of the largest juried exhibitions of contemporary art in Europe, representing all facets of visual arts, 250 selected artists from all over the world.
Deadline: 15 December 2014
No entry fee, no participating fee.
Exhibition area: Indoor 22,000 sqm and a 80,000 square metre sculpture park.
NordArt-Prize: worth 10.000 Euro.
Public Choice Award: three awards, worth 1.000 Euro each.
NordArt Catalogue with one page per artist.
Kunstwerk Carlshütte is a non-profit cultural initiative and organises the NordArt, an annual international exhibition of visual arts from June to the beginning of October. NordArt is one of the largest juried exhibition of contemporary art in Europe, representing all facets of visual arts. Against the striking backdrop of the former foundry Carlshütte, Chief curator and artist Wolfgang Gramm creates an all-encompassing piece of art each year, composed of works by some 250 selected artists from all over the world. Nearly 3000 artists from 101 countries have applied for NordArt 2014.
Exhibition area: The old foundry building in the Carlshütte (22,000 sqm), ACO Wagenremise (400 sqm), a 80,000 square metre sculpture park, as well as public spaces in the town. For an impression of the exhibition site visit the virtual tour.
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ARTMUC is the new producer art fair in Munich (Bavaria, Germany) which started in 2014 with more than 5.000 visitors and 100 artists presenting their art works. For the 2015 edition of ARTMUC the call for artists just started now. Apply today and present your art works in May 2015 in Munich.
We are running Germanys 4th biggest art fair STROKE with more than 20.000 visitors and ARTMUC is our new project.
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