Jan van Eyck’s annual Call for Applications 2022/2023
|Results Available Date||In the beginning of April 2022|
|Website||Jan van Eyck’s annual Call for Applications 2022/2023 Website|
|More About Residency||Jan van Eyck Academie|
The Jan van Eyck Academie is committed to exploring the agency, roles, and civic significance of art, design and other creative practices in relation to climate change, environmental breakdown, and their manifold effects. This institutional focus aims at creating a common-ground that embraces a diversity of practices and allows for a multitude of voices.
As a post-academic institute, the Jan van Eyck Academie supports this myriad of artistic endeavours by offering participants the time, space and expertise to further develop, materialise and disseminate their artistic research in a critical and reciprocal relationship with each other and the world.
The academy provides each selected participant with a private studio; guidance of our advisers; access to our library and labs – Photography & Audiovisual, Material Matters, Food, Printing & Publishing, and Future Materials; and expertise of departments for Nature Research, Art & Society and Research & Education. Next to their individual projects, participants are encouraged to collaboratively develop an In-Lab project and to contribute to the Jan van Eyck public programme.
You can find all information about the application and selection procedure as well as the link for the application form here: https://janvaneyck.nl/apply/.
*If you live in Flanders, Belgium, you also have the opportunity to apply for a residency at the Jan van Eyck Academie through the Flemish Government. Please find all info here: https://www.vlaanderen.be/cjm/nl/cultuur/kunsten/subsidies/residentietoelage/jan-van-eyck-academie.
More information: www.janvaneyck.nl
If you have any questions, you are welcome to direct them to email@example.com
|Fields and Media||Independent Curator, Literature, Other, Performance Art, Visual Art|
|Funding||Participants receive a monthly stipend of €1,000 and a working budget of €2,000 annually|
|Provided by Host||A private studio; guidance of our advisers; access to our library and labs.|
|How to Apply||Fill out the form, upload PDF with all documentation and Fulfill payment of the registration fee €78.65 (incl. VAT).|
|Selection Procedure||Your application will be assessed by a selection committee consisting of the director and the curator/resident liaison of the Jan van Eyck, one or two of the institute’s advisers and one or two external members.|