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Artist-in-residence Dresden

Call for proposals
January 12 2017

Also in 2017 an artist-in-residence program offers the opportunity to a visual artist from Rotterdam to stay in Dresden for two months.
The purpose of this fair is to offer the artist-in-residence the opportunity to get to know the local art world, to make and deepen contacts, to exchange ideas and advice.

The grant must be used from 5 May to 5 July 2017. During this period, an apartment with studio in the C. Rockefeller Center for the Contemporary Arts in Dresden will be made available for the artist-in-residence.

This scholarship is available for artists (m / f) who have completed an education in visual arts or comparable studies. Applicants must be registered with CBK Rotterdam.

The submitted application is assessed for quality. A jury of experts will decide to whom the grant is awarded.

The scholarship includes the free use of an apartment with studio and a living allowance and work material amounting to € 1.500 per month. Moreover, the outward and return journey is reimbursed once.

You must submit the following documents digitally in English or German:
• motivation letter (approx. 1-2 pages)
• short biography
• documentation of work experience

You can send your application for Dr. 12 January 2017 to Dr. ir. Claudia Curio, culture department Goethe-Institut, claudia.curio@rotterdam.goethe.org.

This program is a joint initiative of the Goethe Institutes in Rotterdam and Dresden, the art and culture department of the municipality of Dresden, CBK Rotterdam and the Kunsthaus Raskolnikow in Dresden.

Publication date: 23 / 11 / 2016

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