The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) announces an open call for its residency program. ISCP is a leading nonprofit, residency-based contemporary art institution for emerging to mid-career artists and curators from around the world, including the United States. With 35+ artists and curators in residence at all times, ISCP is a vibrant community of contemporary art practitioners. The program provides residents with the space, time, and support to develop new projects. With additional activities tailored for professional development and public engagement, ISCP serves as a platform for producing, presenting and contextualizing contemporary art through a diverse range of international perspectives. ISCP’s public programs encourage dialogue and integrate residents into the cultural landscape of New York City, making ISCP an exciting hub for contemporary art. ISCP is currently accepting applications from visual artists and curators in all disciplines who would like to engage with ISCP’s unique and dynamic programming and creative community. The residency program includes 24-hour access to a private furnished studio space, regular studio visits from Visiting Critics; Field Trips to museums, galleries and other cultural venues; and participation in Artist Talks and semi-annual Open Studios (April and November residents). Residents at ISCP are also invited to take part in ISCP’s Exhibition Program and Participatory Projects (off-site, public works). A residency at ISCP is typically three to six months, although artists and curators can apply for up to one year.
To apply, please visit www.iscp-nyc.org/apply.html
EL MUSEO DE LOS SURES AIR & EXHIBITION, US | DEADLINE: ONGOING
El Museo de Los Sures accepts proposals from cultural producers for the activation of their store-front gallery space located in South Williamsburg, Brooklyn. In particular we are interested in proposals which relate to our institution’s mission and the neighborhood’s cultural richness, and which engage the public in the use of this street level community space. Proposals for one night events (performances, readings) as well as longer term uses of the space (exhibitions, residencies, social practice projects) are welcome. Los Sures provides the space at no fee and will publicize within the local community with the intent of serving both established and new area residents.
Please submit a short proposal (no more than 1 page) including contact information and bio to Thomas Servello at firstname.lastname@example.org
ALTOONA AIR, US | DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31
The Penn State Altoona Visual Art Studies program invites applications for its Spring 2015 Emerging Artist in Residence. This year’s residency seeks a studio artist with an emphasis in painting. The residency is designed to offer an emerging artist substantial time to develop a new or existing body of work, and offers a salary of $10,000. Duties include teaching one course in Painting between January 12 and May 9, 2015; lecturing about ongoing and future work, and serving as a resource to Visual Art Studies students. The Emerging Artist in Residence will also mount a solo exhibition. Studio/living space is not provided by Penn State Altoona though resources are available to assist in finding appropriate rental spaces. The Emerging Artist we seek will present a promising record of exhibitions. A Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting or a related field, earned within the past three years, is required.
LIFT, US | DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31
LIFT Gallery is soliciting video documentation of Social Practice Art for its show ENGAGED. Artworks can include community organizing, activism, environmentalism, intervention or performance but must blur the line between artist and audience. Ten videos selected by the jury will be exhibited at LIFT from November 7 to December 3, 2014. Videos should be 1 to 10 minutes in duration and must have been completed in the past 5 years. To submit videos, please create a VIMEO account (www.vimeo.com) and upload your video. On the next screen please date, title and include a one-paragraph description of the work. Allow download and embed by going to me, my settings, videos. Send a link to your video via email to email@example.com. Along with the link, provide a CV, artist’s statement and description of the work as an attachment in .pdf format.
NEBRASKA WESLEYAN EXHIBITION, US | DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31
Artists and curators: Nebraska Wesleyan University is accepting proposals for solo and group exhibitions in our campus gallery (Elder Gallery) for the 2015-2016 school year. Send your exhibition concept, description and links to the artists’ websites to David Gracie – firstname.lastname@example.org. All media and expansive uses of the gallery will be considered. The gallery has three rooms, track lighting, white walls, a north facing wall of windows and concrete floors. Diverse applicants are encouraged to apply. Financial support for exhibitions is limited.
VISEGRAD AIR, US | DEADLINE: OCTOBER 31
Visual artists from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, or Slovakia can apply for residency with VARP in New York. Selection will be based of their previous work, their potential contribution to the residency stay in New York, as well as the potential benefit they can draw from the program. One artist per country will be selected. The studio is at Triangle Arts Association in Brooklyn, NY Accommodation is secured with Futura at 950 Greene Ave., Brooklyn, NY. When applying the applicants must have finished all other scholarship projects (scholarships or VARP projects) financed by the Fund. Simultaneous applications within any category of the VARP are not permitted. Selected artists will be provided $4000 per project to cover the living and travel costs and other costs related to the residency.
ASIAN CULTURAL COUNCIL GRANT, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1
To apply, you must be an artist, an arts or humanities professional, a scholar, or a graduate/post-graduate student in a related field. Your country of permanent residence must be within Asia or the United States, and your proposed project must take place outside of your home country, also in either the United States or Asia. Your organization must have U.S. 501(c)3 or similar non-profit status. Organizations without non-profit status must apply through a fiscal sponsor. Since ACC’s program resources are focused on fellowships to individuals, grants to organizations are usually modest in size and generally support the participation of artists, scholars, and specialists from the United States or Asia in activities administered by the applicant organization.
ARIT FELLOWSHIP, TURKEY | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1
ARIT supports and administers programs of fellowships for scholarly research and for language study in Turkey. Programs for scholars and graduate students based in the U.S. and Canada include the ARIT, the ARIT National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship programs, and the ARIT Summer Language Program at Boğazici University in Istanbul. ARIT fellowships support individual research projects in ancient, historical, and modern times in all fields of the humanities and social sciences, that must be carried out in Turkey. Turkish students and scholars who wish to carry out research in Greece may apply for the Coulson-Cross Aegean Exchange. Turkish scholars may also apply for the Hanfmann and Mellink Fellowships for research in ancient art and archaeology at research institutions outside of Turkey.
SCULPTURE SPACE AIR, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 1
SCULPTURE SPACE, located in Utica, New York invites artists whose focus is sculpture to apply for a two-month residency between September 2015 and September 2016. Depending on funding, eighteen to twenty residents are selectively chosen each year with a stipend of $2,000 awarded to offset costs. We offer a 5,500 square foot shared studio with specialized equipment in addition to five private studios. The Studio Manager provides ongoing assistance and technical expertise; the Office Manager and Executive Director are available to assist with any other special requirements. Basic understanding and communication skills in English are necessary. Housing is provided a block away in a newly renovated residence with private bedrooms, washer/dryer, TV, internet shared living space and kitchen.
WILLIAMS COLLEGE AIR, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 7
Williams College offers the Levitt Artist Residency every year. The candidate can be nominated from any of the five arts departments on campus; studio art, theater, music, dance and creative writing. Visual artists who are interest in the position may start sending materials to the art department, in October: Beverly.Sylvester@williams.edu 413-597-3578. The Arthur Levitt Jr. ’52 Artist-in-Residence will be an emerging artist, near the beginning of his/her career, recruited each year to the College with an aim toward stimulating new perspectives and cooperative endeavors among the studio arts, music, theatre, dance, and creative writing. He or she will be someone of rising prominence in the arts whose work reflects the approaches of two or more of the arts departments. The appointment will involve a mixture of teaching, projects involving faculty and students, and public exhibition or performance.
EMILY HARVEY AIR, ITALY | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15
The Emily Harvey Foundation offers residencies in Venice, Italy, for innovative artists, writers, musicians, videographers, dancers and other creative thinkers in mid to late career. They may come from anywhere in the world. The Foundation provides live-work space in Venice, inclusive of utilities and Wi-Fi access to the internet. Residents must procure their own working materials, and will be expected while in Venice to be financially self-sufficient. Travel to other parts of Italy or Europe during the period of a residency should be limited, and residents are asked at the conclusion of their residency to provide a report on what they have done or feel themselves to have accomplished while in Venice. Residencies are generally from one to three months in length, depending on the scope of the applicant’s project.
WOMEN’S STUDIO WORKSHOP BOOK GRANT, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 15
The artists’ book residency grant is designed to enable artists to produce a limited edition book work at WSW. Working intensively in our studios for six to eight weeks, artists print and bind their own books. WSW technical assistance includes training on new equipment, techniques and materials, and assistance with production. The grant includes a stipend of $350/week, materials up to $750, access to all studios, travel costs up to $250 within the Continental US, and housing. Projects are chosen by a jury of outside artists and curators. We encourage an edition size no larger than 100 and no smaller than 50. WSW has developed a series of archive and exhibition opportunities for the books. The contract stipulates 10% of the edition (or ten books) for WSW archives, exhibition, and display copies; 10% of the edition for the artist; and 80% of the edition for general marketing.
OPEN ENGAGEMENT, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 17
Open Engagement is an international conference and platform to support socially engaged art. The three-day conference will take place in Pittsburgh from April 17-19 and explore the theme of Place and Revolution. OE 2015 will be accepting submission under two main categories: Place and Revolution, and Continuing OE. As OE 2015’s main theme, we are seeking proposals for projects, panels, presentations, and workshops that address issues around the notions of Place and Revolution. Continuing OE creates a space at the conference to further the dialogue around teaching, supporting, and showing socially engaged art.
INLAKS/ISCP ARTIST & CURATOR RESIDENCY, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 20
ISCP announces an open call for a residency for a curator and one for an artist from India sponsored by Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation. This call is open to Indian citizens, who are 35 years of age or less and have resided continuously in India for at least two years prior to the time of application. The curator residency will take place April 1 – June 30, 2015 and the artist residency May 1- July 31, 2015.
NYC PARKS DEPARTMENT ARSENAL GALLERY, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 23
NYC Parks’ Ebony Society invites you to submit your work for the exhibition Migration in the Arsenal Gallery in celebration of Black History Month. In the midst of tremendous upheaval—two world wars and the Great Depression—a vast movement of people, some 6 million African American descendants of the Antebellum South, fled the racial segregation and discrimination of Jim Crow laws for northern and western U.S. cities. The “Great Migration,” as it is commonly termed, caused a seismic societal demographic shift and left an indelible mark on the urbanization of America. NYC Parks’ Ebony Society asks artists to share their interpretations of this historical epoch and its impact. Exhibition dates: January 15 – February 24, 2015. All media are considered, but please note that the gallery has a very limited capacity for three- dimensional work. Artwork may only be hung from moldings by use of monofilament and hooks.
A BLADE OF GRASS FELLOWSHIPS, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 24
We provide resources to artists who demonstrate artistic excellence and serve as innovative conduits for social change. We evaluate the quality of work in this evolving field by fostering an inclusive, practical discourse about the aesthetics, function, ethics and meaning of socially engaged art that resonates within and outside the contemporary art dialogue. We value process over product: relationship building and problem solving are key goals. We provide funding with minimal restriction, and budget line items may include things like living expenses that are not direct project expenses. We fund artists both locally and nationally. Four of the eight fellowships are earmarked for artists working in New York City, and four are open to all applicants, regardless of geographic location.
DOT TEMPORARY ART COMMISSIONS, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 28
NYC DOT Art commissions emerging and established artists to produce site-responsive art in collaboration with community-based organizations to be on display for up to 11 months. Twice a year in fall and spring, DOT announces a list of priority sites in conjunction with an open call and associated deadline. These priority sites are identified by DOT Borough Offices and Operating Units based upon community requests for beautification. Interested organizations and artists are required to submit a joint application and not-for-profit organizations are eligible to receive up to $5,000 toward direct project costs and in-kind engineering support. Partners are responsible for artwork maintenance during the display period and site remediation upon completion of that period. All applicants must select a priority site and provide a conceptual design for consideration.
O’GRADY GRANT, US | DEADLINE: NOVEMBER 30
The Foundation’s primary focus is on providing seed funds for projects in playwriting and the visual arts. A secondary focus is on providing early support for filmmakers. Recognizing the difficulty artists and smaller arts organizations face in finding first or “start-up” funds to produce or exhibit new work, the Foundation actively seeks to respond to this essential need. Grants will normally be restricted to organizations within the five boroughs of New York City. Capital grants will be rare and generally limited to vital equipment and resources necessary for the function of programs. Theater companies and exhibition/performance spaces with a track record of at least 10 years presenting or producing work in New York City may apply. Independent theater artists, visual artists, and filmmakers with at least five years of documented professional work and whose work will be developed, produced or presented at established institutions may apply with the fiscal sponsorship of these or other established 501(c)(3) organizations.
AISLS FELLOWSHIPS, SRI LANKA | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1
AISLS fellowships support two to nine months of research in Sri Lanka by US citizens who already hold a PhD or the equivalent at the time they begin their fellowship tenure. Both scholars with little or no experience in Sri Lanka as well as specialists are encouraged to apply. This program is funded by a grant from the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs at the US State Department. Applicants must plan to spend at least two months in Sri Lanka and complete the fellowship (including travel back to the United States) before December 31, 2016. The time in Sri Lanka supported by the fellowship need not be continuous (e.g., it might be divided between the summers of 2015 and 2016), but only one round trip airfare will be reimbursed. Projects in all fields in the social sciences and humanities are eligible. Proposals in other areas that contribute to the understanding of Sri Lankan history, culture, or society are also invited. Applicants need not have prior research experience in Sri Lanka.
BERLIN PROGRAM FELLOWSHIP, GERMANY | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1
The Berlin Program for Advanced German and European Studies offers up to one year of research support at the Freie Universität Berlin. It is open to scholars in all social science and humanities disciplines, including historians working on German and European history since the mid-18th century. The program accepts applications from U.S. and Canadian nationals, permanent and long-term residents. Applicants for a dissertation fellowship must be full-time graduate students enrolled at a North American university who have achieved ABD status by the time the proposed research stay in Berlin begins. Also eligible are U.S. and Canadian Ph.D.s who have received their doctorates within the past two calendar years.
AAUW INTERNATIONAL FELLOWSHIPS, US | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1
International Fellowships are awarded for full-time study or research in the United States to women who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents. Both graduate and postgraduate studies at accredited U.S. institutions are supported. Applicants must have earned the equivalent of a U.S. bachelor’s degree by September 30, 2014, and must have applied to their proposed institutions of study by the time of the application. Up to five International Master’s/First Professional Degree Fellowships are renewable for a second year. Recipients are selected for academic achievement and demonstrated commitment to women and girls. Recipients return to their home countries to become leaders in business, government, academia, community activism, the arts, and sciences.
JOE AND WANDA CORN FELLOWSHIP, US | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1
The Joe and Wanda Corn Fellowship, endowed by their former students Mike Wilkins and Sheila Duignan, supports scholars whose research interests span American art and American history. Recipients will draw on the Smithsonian’s broad resources in both areas, utilizing the holdings of the Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History. The terms of the fellowship as well as application guidelines and deadlines are the same as for the Smithsonian Institution Fellowship Program.
RICE UNIVERSITY FELLOW, US | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1
IMRC RESEARCHER RESIDENCE, US | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 15
Innovative Media Research and Commercialization Center (IMRC) residencies support the creative research, production and presentation of initiatives in New Media, Intermedia, and other technology areas, and their social and cultural application. The residency supports a period of concentration and immersion in creative investigation, cutting-edge research or production of visionary, experimental applications and projects. Potential initiatives might range from live Intermedia productions, sound and physical computing works to technical prototypes, installations and tactical media events. The resident is committed to supporting a diverse and broad ranging creative environment. We consequently encourage applications from the broadest possible range of individuals and creative technologists to this program. There are two yearly awardees, one in the spring and one in the fall for eight to twelve weeks. Residents will be selected from an open call based on the quality of the work or research being proposed, the availability of the necessary tools and skills to support the work, and the relation of the proposed statement of interest to the mission and activities of the IMRC, the Foster Student Innovation Center and/or the University of Maine.
RECESS, US | DEADLINE: DECEMBER 22
Participate in our NYC-Dresden Broadcast Residency at RECESS this Fall. E.S.P. TV joins the participating artists in Official Office, a 24 hour rotating broadcast projec: From Oct 1 – Dec 31, 2014, E.S.P. TV will be “ON AIR” for 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, broadcasting simultaneously at RECESS on 41 Grand Street, NYC and STORE in Dresden, Germany. Here is where we need you….This is the reason we are asking for your participation. We would like to ask you to create a commercial or infomercial at any desired length. This can also be a series of multiple commercials should you like. If you are willing and able to participate, please let us know asap via email that you are interested. And if you have any questions, please do ask away. We are virtually limitless by way of possibility here, uncensored, this is as an open time slot on the airwaves,in the US and Germany. We would like to amass a good deal of video material by Sep. 22. So, that gives you about a month. Although we will be able to add to program as it is running for the residency duration. Also: For NYC based artists: a live taping (date TBD) will take place at RECESS so if your commercial can be performed live, it may suit that better, let’s discuss. This is an ambitious project that we hope you can be a part of. To note, there is no honorarium for this. It is a call to close friends to share in the unique broadcast experience. You will be fully credited in program both printed and online at both RECESS and STORE gallery locations. We do however, have production materials if you should like to use for your idea..if so, lets discuss further.