Emergency Residencies for Artists and Art Professionals from Ukraine
EMERGENCY RESIDENCIES FOR ARTISTS AND ART PROFESSIONALS FROM UKRAINE / ЕКСТРЕНІ РЕЗИДЕНЦІЇ ДЛЯ МИТЦІВ ТА МИСТКИНЬ, ПРАЦІВНИКІВ ТА ПРАЦІВНИЦЬ СФЕРИ СУЧАСНОГО МИСТЕЦТВА
Open Call for fully-funded residencies aimed to help professionals from Ukraine working in the field of contemporary visual arts.
Детальна інформація про резиденції подана ТУТ.
1) MeetFactory, Prague, Czech Republic
2) hablarenarte / Planta Alta, Madrid, Spain
3) KAIR, Košice, Slovakia
4) Visual Culture Research Center, Ukraine
Within the framework of an international project supported by the Creative Europe programme, we would like to invite 12 professionals working in the field of contemporary visual arts to spend quality time in conditions that allow them to develop their practice.
The goal of this call is to support art practices that are often the result of a process of research or that lack institutional or commercial support. These residency opportunities should be seen as a space where artists are being provided with favorable conditions (accommodation, studio, and fees) in unstable times. However, there is no requirement to produce new work during the residency. This call is also aimed at helping artists to connect with new audiences and local art scenes.
We see the emergency residencies as a response to the current situation in Ukraine.
This project has been designed to support artistic communities from all over the country as well as those Ukrainian or previously Ukrainian-based practitioners that have had to relocate to other locations due to the Russian invasion.
Ukrainian artists, curators, critics, mediators, educators, researchers, etc. or people of other nationalities based in Ukraine before the 24th of February 2022.
Professionals with a sustained practice in the field of contemporary visual arts or related areas.
There is no age limit.
DOCUMENTS TO PRESENT
- CV specifying the details of an artistic career
- Portfolio (max 10MB) where the candidate’s interests and research topics are clear
- Short description of the current situation and a statement of interest (max 300 words)
The selection committee will consist of representatives of each participating institution: Lucia Kvočáková (MeetFactory), Piotr Sikora (MeetFactory), Flavia Introzzi (hablarenarte), Emma Brasó (hablarenarte), Petra Housková (KAIR), Tatiana Takáčová (KAIR), Serge Klymko (VCRC), Vasyl Cherepanyn (VCRC).
The residents will be selected according to their alignment with the research interests of each hosting institution, as well as to their emergency situation.
GENERAL OBLIGATIONS FOR RESIDENTS
Make sure you are able to spend at least 80% of your residency time at the chosen residency location.
WE ACCEPT APPLICATIONS UNTIL 20th of August 2022
Selection results will be announced on the 16th of September 2022 at the latest.
CONTACT FOR QUESTIONS
MeetFactory: email@example.com // firstname.lastname@example.org
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION (also in Ukranian) & HOW TO APPLY, CLICK HERE.
SPECIFIC CONDITIONS FOR THE RESIDENCY AT PLANTA ALTA/HABLARENARTE
- 2 months residency
- Residency fee (1000 EUR/month)
- Travel costs
- Accommodation in a shared apartment in the city centre
- Studio space depending on needs / artistic practice of candidate
- Production costs (up to 500 EUR per person)
The residency also offers:
- Curatorial support
- Contact with the local art scene
- Connection and collaboration with local communities
- PR support
- from 20th October to 20th of December 2022, 1 slot
- from 9th January to 5th March 2023, 1 slot
Specific requirements from candidates:
- Health insurance for the whole period of the residency
- Good command of English or Spanish
Planta Alta is an artistic and research residency space curated and managed by the cultural association hablarenarte. Located in the city of Madrid, it is a project permeable to independent initiatives, cultural institutions, and artistic agents, both local and foreign ones. Starting from specific working interests, experiences, and possibilities, Planta Alta proposes a transdisciplinary program that goes beyond artistic practice, building relations, and affective networks.
Current lines of work:
hablarenarte understands itself as an in/inter/dependent cultural platform, inserted in a broader ecosystem in which small, medium and large-scale agents operate, and where an open, careful, permeable, recursive and redistributive institutionality is at play. In the face of the genealogies of neoliberalism and its vision of society as a hierarchical knot of contracts, hablarenarte seeks to rethink the role of (cultural) institutions in society, practicing feminist and associative frameworks and promoting equalitarian social relations.
Art and education
hablarenarte works on the intersection of art and education as a suitable space for meeting, learning, criticizing and enjoying. In the areas of formal education as well as in non-formal settings, artistic education and cultural mediation make art a common resource through which to reinvent desirable ways of living and world creating.
Care and ways of living
Taking as a starting point the deep multi-facet crisis surrounding us, hablarenarte seeks to build through its doing, its projects and residences, alternative modes of interacting based on common support structures and sustainable ways of working that put life in the center.
Old age and childhood
Resisting the dominant productivist and adult-centric paradigm, hablarenarte considers the urgent need to defend inclusive societies capable of relating, listening and empowering varied subjectivities, in particular those of children and old people. Cultural spaces must, in our opinion, be privileged laboratories in which to test forms of intergenerational justice.