there is currently no call for applications. Radio Art Residency is paused for the second half of 2020, and will be re-launched in 2021.
benefits of the radio art residency
- Financing of arrival and departure expenses
- Provision of accommodation in Halle (Saale) for 3 months
- A monthly scholarship rate of 2,300 euros (includes material and production costs as well as costs for local transport and travelling that may be incurred)
- Access to curatorial supervision and technical support by Radio CORAX
- Networking with relevant artists and institutions via the network of Radio CORAX and the Goethe-Institut as far as possible
- If possible, a German language course at a Goethe-Institut in the country of residence
The upcoming Radio Art Residency takes place from March 1 to May 29, 2020.
The program is addressed to artists working in the field of time-based and acoustic arts (radio, performance and sound artists). Applications are open to artists from non-German speaking countries and without residence in Germany.
Although experience in radio production is not necessarily required, an interest in the engagement with the medium and in developing an artistic approach for radio is expected.
– FAQ –
Is it possible to postpone the time frame of the residency?
The time frame of the residency is scheduled for a stay of 90 days from March 1 to May 29, 2020, with a deviation of a maximum of ten days.
Is it necessary to participate in the entire three months (90 days) of the residency?
Yes, the scholarship obliges the artist to reside in Halle (Saale) for the entire three months and not be absent for more than 14 days.
Is it possible to apply with a collaborative project?
The residency program is intended for one artist. A shared fellowship / collaborative project would mean sharing the grant. Also, you have to be aware of additional costs for accommodation and travel expenses.
Is the accommodation appropriate for families?
The artist residency is only conditionally family-friendly, since the accommodation provided is a single room apartment.
– HOW TO APPLY –
Applications must be in English and contain the following documents:
With full contact details, educational background and an overview of your artistic career to date (residencies, other scholarships), 2 pages maximum
Letter of motivation
Please describe your motivation for participating in the residency program in a maximum of 2 pages. Please also specify which project you would like to work on during your stay. Since the scholarship allows process-based and open-ended artistic work, a fully elaborated project is not required. Please describe your approach to the medium instead.
Please send us a short portfolio that gives an insight into your previous artistic work.
Please submit your application as one single PDF document. Audio files may be sent via email.
there is currently no call for applications