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1. LA BECQUE ARTIST RESIDENCY – LA TOUR-DE-PEILZ, SWITZERLAND, Deadline: April 15

La Becque’s Principal Residency Programs offers three- and six-month residencies to selected applicants. The residencies will be held between January and December, 2020. The Principal Residency Program is oriented towards confirmed artists as well as up-and-coming practitioners with a high development potential. It dedicates particular attention to projects exploring the interplay of nature and technology—two notions which are more than ever intertwined and at the core of contemporary preoccupations.

For more information go to this website.

2. EXHIBITION OPPORTUNITIES — KNOCKDOWN CENTER; BROOKLYN, UNITED STATES, Deadline: April 15

Main Space projects can take the form of large-scale temporary installations, dance, theater, readings, talks, screenings, conferences, etc. The Main Spaces project proposal is a multi-step process. In the first round, we invite artists and organizers to submit a letter of intent describing the project they wish to produce, along with a selection of images or videos. After a first round of reviews, a shortlist of selected applicants will be invited to submit a more detailed proposal, and the opportunity to engage in a more in-depth conversation with Knockdown Center’s staff about the nature of the space and what kind of support Knockdown Center can offer to realize the proposed project.
The Group Exhibition Open Call provides curators or curatorial teams the resources to organize group shows (two or more artists) in our gallery space. Knockdown Center provides an exhibition stipend to cover curator and artist honorarium in addition to costs associated with shipping, materials, publications, and programming. Exhibitions are typically 6 – 8 weeks, and allotted 5 days to install.
The Solo Projects and Installations Open Call provides interdisciplinary artists and collective the resources to develop and present a new body of work or site-specific installation in our gallery space. Artists will work in close conversation with Knockdown Center’s Director of Exhibitions and Live Art to develop and realize proposed projects. Knockdown Center provides an exhibition stipend to cover curator and artist honorarium in addition to costs associated with shipping, materials, publications, and programming. Exhibitions are typically 6 – 8 weeks, and allotted 5 days to install.

For more information go to this website.

3. VCUarts QATAR PAINTING + PRINTMAKING AIR; DOHA, QATAR, Deadline: April 20

The VCUarts Qatar Painting + Printmaking artist-in-residence program is a 10-month, teaching and studio AIR fellowship for recent MFA graduates from international art graduate programs.  The residency is awarded to up to 2 MFA graduates who demonstrate a strong studio practice, a commitment to enrich VCUarts Qatar’s community, and a dedicated capacity towards teaching undergraduate fine arts majors.

For more information go to this website.

4. ABRONS’ VISUAL ARTS AIRspace OPEN CALL, Deadline May 22, 2019

The AIRspace Residency provides a $1000 stipend for participation in the program, a semi-private studio for 9 months at Abron in the Lower East side of Manhattan, studio visits with critics, curators, artists, and other art-workers, teaching opportunities through Abrons’ Engagement Program and a Group Exhibition at the end of the Residency.

For more information go to this website.

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