Art Futures, in collaboration with Dat Bolwerck and the support of public and private art institutions in Athens and Zutphen and a wide range of institutions from the Critical Friends network, opens a call for the four-month Art Futures Fellowship Programme.
The programme, aimed at artists of all artistic disciplines, will offer selected candidates a two-month residency in Athens (May and June 2024) and a two-month residency in Zutphen (September and November 2024), in addition to a total grant of €8000 to cover travel, visa (if necessary) and living expenses during the residency period.
Applicants must submit their application via this form by 15 August 2023. The grant will give priority to proposals that have a clear vision on how this grant fits into their artistic discourse and practice, including engaging and high-quality work with the cities of Athens and Zutphen, their institutions and communities.
Art Futures, Serendipity in Action is an international non-profit organisation that supports and implements activities with the aim of widening participation and engagement in the arts towards more just and sustainable societies in Europe and beyond. Dat Bolwerck is a multidisciplinary arts space, focused on contemporary art, music and philosophy that offers a carefully curated programme of exhibitions, concerts, lectures, and workshops.
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