Residencies & Commissions
Kings College / Somerset House Commission
CONTACT Bhavna Malkani
With £1k to develop, and £8k to realise a permanent work for King’s College that ‘recognises a donor’, is ‘innovative’, ‘creative’ and approved by English Heritage for the outside of a Grade 1 listed building. The details of this project are confidential and candidates selected for an interview asked to sign a confidentiality agreement. If you would like further information, please email Bhavna Malkani.
Ceramics Biennial – residency and exhibitions
The British Ceramics Biennial invites artists to submit ideas and proposals for new work exhibited in new, existing and unusual buildings and locations, with a particular emphasis on the former Spode factory site in Stoke town. Three commissions of £1,000 are offered to artists researching and responding to Stoke-on-Trent and working with its materials, processes and products from April 2013, with outcomes being presented within the Biennial in October 2013. An additional Residency with Johnson Tiles is offered to a ceramic artist exploring the technological innovations the company offers and the architectural applications of tiles from April – August 2013, with the outcomes forming a ‘pavilion’ on the former Spode factory site from October 2013. A fee of £3,000 is offered.
Rome Fellowship in Contemporary Art
Be considered for a 3-month Residency at the British School in Rome by a panel including Mark Wallinger. Receive £1,500/month and funding for a pre-residency trip there. For early-career artists with a record of exhibiting from Britain/The Commonwealth (or working there over 3 years). Application costs £25.
N-U Graduate Residency
A Four-week residency for an artist living in the UK outside of London, who has graduated from a BA / MA within the last 2 years. Taking place in April 2013 with judges including Mark Titchner (an artist) and Gareth Bell-Jones (a curator). The residency includes a £75 per week stipend, live/work spaces and visits from ‘established artists and curators’. Applicants demonstrating an affinity for the work / ideas of John Latham will be favored.
Bemis Centre for Contemporary Arts
Residency with use of a live/work studio, $750 per month, 24 hour access to woodworkshop, installation spaces, and a 10,000 square foot sculpture facility. From January – June 2014. $40 application fee.
Iver Jåks Residency – Norway
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(Sámi Center for Contemporary Art) announces the Iver Jåks Artist-In-Residency Program 2013. Named after the late Sami artist Iver Jåks, this international artist-in-residence program offers a two months residency in Karasjok, Norway. TheResidency Program includes a stipend of 20000 NOK, accommodation, access to studio/atelier, as well as travel expenses for the artist. The stipend covers living expenses as well as production costs. A minimum 1 month stay is required. Available residency period for 2013 is 1st of June to 31st of October. For further information please email.