Please note that the information on this page only applies to additional scholarship opportunities specifically for Afghan artists and cultural actors. As of now, the Martin Roth-Initiative offers support for Afghan artists and cultural actors at risk who have been issued with a residence permit according to section 22 sentence 2 of Germany’s Residence Act (Aufenthaltsgesetz, AufenthG) since August 2021.
Loops for Ukraine is a musical fundraising project. Donate what you can. One charitable donation provides ongoing access to a bank of loops specially created by artists and will help to support the people in Ukraine in the ongoing humanitarian crisis. Featuring original sound loops by VTSS, Laraaji, Coby Sey, Mount Kimbie, Object Blue, umru, Laurel Halo and more. All proceeds go to the DEC Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal.
Deadline: Rolling / Each Emergency Fellοwship consists of a stipend of up to 3.000 €, as well as support from the Οnassis AiR team to prepare anything that can help the fellow to engage in the research activity they are about to embark on. The selection of each emergency fellowship is done on a rolling-basis throughout the year.
Deadline: 15 05 2022 // The Residency will bring together professionals from the fields of art, culture and creative industries in a dedicated space where they can express their voices in shaping the future of Europe’s digital transformation through their practice. The Residency will enable multidisciplinary creative professionals to challenge established power structures and empower the communities they serve in cohesively responding to 21st Century digital transformation challenges.
Deadline: 15.5. 2022 // The South-South Arts Fellowships 2022 aim to nurture wider and deeper connections among cultural workers within the Global South. The Fellowships will support initiatives that enable long-term professional networks, alliances and collaborations among cultural workers living and working in developing economies in Africa (including North Africa), Asia (including West Asia and Central Asia) and the Pacific.
Deadline: 20.5.2022 // Verpėjos (The Spinners) is inviting creators from different fields to an artistic residency in the Varėna area (South Lithuania) from July to October 2022. Verpėjos’ residency is designed to focus on the slow process of artistic research and the long-term value for the participating creators and audience. At the end of the residency, artists are not expected to have completed their art projects, but rather to have gained experiences, communities, and discoveries that will help them in their further creative work.
Deadline: 26.5.2022 // Since 2015, the Claudine and Jean-Marc Salomon Foundation for Contemporary Art has initiated a residency program in the form of a prize (Salomon Foundation Residency Award) in Brooklyn, USA, in partnership with the International Studio & Curatorial Program ( ISCP). This program allows an artist under the age of 35 from one of the member countries of the International Organization of La Francophonie, to benefit from a 6-month residency in New York, including the provision a workshop at ISCP and a scholarship of 24,000 USD.
Deadline: 27.5.2022 // The fellowship is for one mid-career and established researcher, artist, designer, writer, curator, or cultural producer based in the Caribbean region interested in building new links with cultural institutions in the Netherlands, and who has an interest in developing their practice around themes related to architecture, spatial practice, design or digital culture.
Deadline: May 31,2022 // Mistra Environmental Communication are hosting one artist-in-residence (AiR) at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala in from 1 September – 31 October 2022. The AiR@SLU is part of the Mistra Environmental Communication research programme, and offers an artist the opportunity to investigate and explore environment and sustainability in collaboration with the research programme and community.
Deadline: 4.6.2022 // The Linenhall International Artist Residency will support an artist in the creation of new work and/or the development of their artistic practice at the Linenhall Arts Centre in County Mayo, Ireland. This opportunity is for a professional visual artist living anywhere in the world outside of Ireland.
Deadline : 7.6.2022 // NOTE: Participation is open to artists based in Germany. // In 2023, the DKB STIFTUNG will offer a visual artist residence for sculptures and installations at Liebenberg Castle. This climate-sensitive land art exhibition about sustainability will also be supported by the disability inclusion company, DKB STIFTUNG Liebenberg gGmbH. The residence is supported by the Contemporary Arts Alliance Berlin.
Deadline: June 10,2022 // The call is open to young artists under the age of 30 (born after 10 July 1992) and born in one of the following countries: Albania, Austria, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.
Deadline: Jun 10,2022 // The Lake Balaton Art Residency is the main programme of the South-Balaton Contemporary Art and Sustainability Foundation in Szólád, organised for the first time in 2018. Its aim is to provide a high quality professional environment and a relaxed and calm atmosphere for the artists to realise their ideas.
Deadline: 1.7.2022 // In 2022, the international artists’ residence Schiesslhaus AIR is launching a publicly funded residency programme in the Bavarian Forest. Artists and creative professionals from Germany and abroad are invited to apply for a two-month residency at the Schießl-Haus in Kollnburg. The residency programme is process-oriented: it focuses on time, space and encounter. It seeks to inspire open-ended interdisciplinary dynamics, exchange and dialogue, participation and reflection. The next two residency blocks run: 9 July – 3 September 2022 (approx. 8 weeks, application deadline 1 May 2022). 13 September – 11 November 2022 (approx. 8 weeks, application deadline 1 July 2022).
There are three deadlines for the three different time slots;Feb 1 ; March 1; May 31 Radar Sofia is announcing an open call for artists for three fully-funded residencies in Sofia, Bulgaria in 2022 under its year-long programme Distance and Resistance. Radar Sofia is a small artist-run organization that functions as a residency space, a production house and a platform for development of new dramaturgy.
Deadline: 15.5.2022 // BALATORIUM is launching an art residency programme for 2022 for artists working in a variety of fields and artistic media. The aim of the residency programme is to bring in artists who would create new works of art in collaboration with researchers, experts and ecologists active in the Balaton region in Hungary, based on site- and context-specific research, in line with their own practice and methodology, thus promoting a dialogue between art and science.
Deadline: 16.5.2022 // VISIT provides fellowships: VISIT is a fellowship programme run by the E.ON Stiftung. It provides young artists with the opportunity to create new work and pursue extraordinary projects. VISIT encourages cooperation: While VISIT artists develop their projects independently, depending on the topic at hand, they receive support by E.ON employees at the company’s German or international facilities, and carry out their work on-site.
Deadline: 20.5.2022 // Each host institution will offer the artists the opportunity to connect with local resources – research organisations, foundations, artists, members of their communities – so they can explore the socio-political realities in each partner theatre and its cities. In each city, local mentors will act as facilitators, guides for the artists to make sure that they meet the objectives of the residencies and that they make the most efficient use of the available contacts and resources.
Deadline: 31.5.2022 // Bucheon City of Literature in South Korea are launching a residency programme of for writers, translators and cartoonists of comics and graphic novels. The residency is for writers and artists who live in member cities of the UNESCO Creative Cities Network or who have been recommended by the Creative Cites offices.
Deadline: 31.5.2022 // Points International Artist Residency will invite two international artists for a 1-3 months residency. The residency will help the artist to develop professionally and build networks as well as provide a supportive environment for research and production. During the residency, Points will organise regular visits and networking events with art world professionals, inviting audiences to discover and access the artists’ studios to foster a greater public engagement as well. The artist-in-residence will have the opportunity to showcase their work at the Foundation’s London space.
Deadline: May 31, 2022 // Residency Fellowship seeks to make the festival’s archive resources accessible as part of its mission to place the history of steirischer herbst in dialogue with contemporary academic work. The fellowship supports and encourages innovative scholarly, creative, and interdisciplinary inquiries into the festival’s practices and history. It supports and encourages new perspectives and readings of its legacy.
Deadline: 2.6.2022 // FIAS awards fellowships to outstanding researchers of all career levels, from postdoctoral researchers to senior scientists. The minimum requirement is a PhD + 2 years of research experience at the time of the application. Exception will be made for scholars with a Master + 6 years of full-time research experience after the degree (PhD training will not be considered in the calculation of experience).
Deadline: 5.6.2022 // The Network of Arab Alternative Screens and Esmat Publishing List invite Arabic-speaking students, researchers, cultural practitioners, community builders and facilitators working at the intersection of cinema and cultural mediation and engaged in creating and sustaining communities and networks both outside and inside conventional institutional settings.
Deadline: 15.6.2022 // The NTU-GDAP is open to any interdisciplinary team with science-art-technology expertise, 18 years of age or older, from any country. Works submitted must showcase creative appropriation at the intersection of science, technology and the arts. Projects must not be more than three years old or otherwise, must showcase newness, that have significant updates or further developments in the past three years.
Deadline: 24.7.2022 // NOTE: Eligibility : Artists from Germany// "The Power of Myth" is this year's theme of the DA! Art Award, which will be presented for the third time in 2022. The prize, endowed with a total of 10,000 euros, is offered by the Düsseldorf Enlightenment Service (DA!) on a biennial basis and aims to inspire artists to take a critical look at religion and irrationalism.
ONGOING / Artists, creatives and arts practitioners are one of the most instantly impacted groups of people in this unprecedented crisis that we find ourselves. In light of the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the artist community, many arts organisations, foundations and governments are creating additional immediate support to meet artists needs. To help you in this emerging situation, we have prepared the list of available grants and funds. We will continue to update it over the next few weeks. We hope you will find it helpful. Stay tuned! BY CONTEMPORARY LYNX
ONGOING / ARAK Collection, based in Doha – Qatar is inviting applications from Curators from Sub-Saharan Africa, this is an opportunity for Young and Mid-Career Contemporary Art Curators to be selected for their Annual Curatorial Residency Fellowship Program based at their Collection Exhibition and Research Space in Doha – Qatar.
With its grant programme, the Kunststiftung Baden-Württemberg (Arts Foundation Baden-Württemberg) provides targeted support to young talents from the visual and performing arts, literature, music, art criticism and cultural management, whose permanent residence or focus of work is in Baden-Württemberg, or who have spent a significant part of their life in Baden-Württemberg, which has been decisive for their artistic work.