Taiwan - Keelung City

Zhengbin Harbour Museum of Art – 2025 Space Moor:Exhibition & Sales / Arts Residency Open Call

Zhengbin Harbour Museum Of Art, initiated and curated by Zhengbin Art Studio at Keelung Zhengbin Fishing Port since 2021. Beyond our engaging and thought-provoking annual exhibitions, we have taken a step further by establishing “Space Moor” as a physical base. We envision “Space Moor” not only acting as the headquarters of creativity, dedicated to showcasing the vibrant city of Keelung, but also serving as a permanent exhibition space and a beacon for young artists and creators to settle in through our open calls or direct invitations. Our open calls span Exhibition and Sales, Arts Residency, inviting a continual exploration, creation, and breakthrough. Welcome to the very first experimental art space in Keelung! For our open call, we are especially encouraging proposals that seek to connect with the essence of Keelung’s Harbour culture. We are open to a diverse range of fields, theme, and mediums, inviting talents from artistic creation, cultural promotion, social design, to creative industries to join us. Anticipating collaborations that foster encounters, interaction, and exchanges with both Zhengbin Art Studio and the city of Keelung itself at Space Moor. Here at Space Moor, you are invited to experience a creative journey with a refreshing change of vibe, to freely utilize the exhibition space for showcase and sale. You can also enhance the visibility and marketing exposure with the support of Zhengbin Art Studio’s promotion platform. Beyond the pleasure of a refreshing voyage and the nourishment of creation, our hope is that your time here will propel you towards the future, weaving your memories and creativity with the city into the tapestry of this vibrant community.

Deadline 2025.12.31
Japan - Yamanashi City

2024 Open Call from Japanese Artist In Residence “SAIKONEON” nearby Mt.Fuji.

The goal of this residency program is for artists to share their works and expressions with the world and to make it a meeting place that stimulates the creative process. Saiko Neon hopes to soon meet artists who can collaborate across regions and countries. Saiko Neon aims to be a place where people say, “Something interesting happens when we are involved in this residency.”

Deadline 2024.10.15
Netherlands - Oisterwijk

Call to apply for a residency at EKWC, Netherlands

The EKWC is currently inviting artists and designers, of all variety and from all backgrounds, to apply for one of our twelve-week residencies. A residency at EKWC offers creative professionals an opportunity to explore the possibilities of ceramics and to expand their technical and material knowledge. What we need from applicants is an imaginative workplan, an experimental attitude, and/or a strong concept — something that you would like to achieve in twelve weeks’ time which would not be possible without the facilities or advice of the EKWC. It is important that applicants consider the twelve-week timeline of our residencies when planning their projects. Time for experimentation and play should not be undervalued, and processes such as drying-time and firing should not be underestimated. Remember that the EKWC is not a production facility and it is not always advisable to add the pressures of an upcoming exhibition or the execution of a large work to your time in residence. Every dream is welcomed and will be given its due consideration, but keep in mind that the material and its processes sometimes have a mind of their own.

Deadline 2024.08.31
Germany - Hamburg

K3 | Tanzplan Hamburg: Residency Programme for Choreographers 2025-2026

The goal of the residency is to develop and strengthen the connections between choreographic practice, research, artistic production, and qualification. The length of eight months should provide sufficient time and space for overcoming conventional rhythms of production and open up space for exchange with other artists and interested parties in order to receive new impulses and contacts. The residency includes a scholarship, the use of the K3 studios, a production budget, as well as dramaturgical, technical, and production-related support. Over the course of the residency, the three choreographers can each develop a full-length piece that is presented at the end of the residency on three evenings on the stages of Kampnagel.

Deadline 2024.08.08