The calls are updated every two weeks.
Every 15th and 30th of the month.
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: 3.10.2022 // TaDA – Textile and Design Alliance is a cultural promotion programme. Its goal is to promote artistic dialogue with the eastern Swiss textile and design culture and thus strengthen the regional identity. A connection to practice and to the textile companies established in the region is a central component of the programme.
Deadline: 10.10.2022 // The GuestRoomMaribor residency programme invites visual and interdisciplinary artists to apply for artist residencies that will take place in Maribor (Slovenia) in the period of 2022 and 2023. Several dates are available for one-month honorary residencies in spacious apartment studios of Vetrinjski mansion in the centre of Maribor. Succesfull applicant will also get an opportunity to present their newly created work in our gallery space.
Deadline: 15.10.2022 // At Pentecost 2023, the SCHLOSSMEDIALE WERDENBERG, a festival for early music, new music and audiovisual art, will take place for the 11th time. The Schlossmediale Werdenberg awards a 5-week residency grant followed by participation in the festival for the period from April 24 to June 4, 2022. The opening of the Schlossmediale Werdenberg will take place on May 26, 2023. We are looking for 3 scholarship holders who have completed their studies in the fields of: sound art / sound studies / audiovisual art / experimental instrument construction visual art / installations / sculpture / land art / performance
Deadline: 15.10.2022 // Immersive Mobile Konsthall (iM KONSTHALL) – a project in the making developed by Northern Sustainable Futures (NSF) – is calling for artists working in immersive technology to create new work for a touring mobile gallery. Residencies are of one-month duration at Moskosel Creative Lab. Each artist is invited to apply to develop innovative work that will be designed specifically for the mobile gallery space. The gallery will tour Norrbotten connecting with the general public.
Deadline: 24.10.2022 As part our annual partnership with Kunsthalle Praha, Czech Centre and the Arts and Theatre Institute, Delfina Foundation is offering a six-week residency to a visual artist during our winter residency season 2023 (20 February – 30 March) and a three-week residency to a curator in spring residency season 2023 (24 April – 14 May).
Deadline: 31.10.2022 // The Künstlerhaus Lauenburg regularly advertises 3 residency grants each year in the fields of composition, literature and fine arts and automatically awards a grant in the field of fine arts upon invitation to an artist. Artists can apply for the 3 residency grants regardless of age or place of residence.
Deadline: 31.10.2022 // Residency open call for artists based in Malaysia //Gasworks programmes up to sixteen residencies each year, inviting emerging international artists to work alongside a community of nine London-based peers for three months. Residencies are non-prescriptive and process-based and focus on enabling artists to research and develop new work. Made public through Open Studios and events, these opportunities encourage interaction, dialogue and professional networking. Gasworks provides significant pastoral and curatorial support throughout the residency, however artists are also expected to be proactive and self-motivated and lead the research and production of their work while in London.
Deadline: 5 November 2022 // The fellowship is open to creative artists of all kinds (including visual artists, filmmakers, writers, composers, poets, thinkers and others), from anywhere in the world excluding the USA. Creative writers (novelists, poets, playwrights, journalists, essayists) must demonstrate a record of publication; visual artists, musicians, and performers must have a significant body of work that has been exhibited or performed in public.
Deadline: 16.11.2022 // esearch fellowship in Tate Digital and Innovation Delfina Foundation, in collaboration with Tate, invites applications for the Brooks International Fellowship Programme 2023 — the ninth year of the programme. In 2023 the Brooks Fellowship programme will enable two visual arts professionals to work with Tate colleagues in London for six months, commencing in April, complemented by activities at Delfina Foundation. One fellow will be hosted in the Tate Britain Curatorial department and the other in Tate’s Digital and Innovation department.
Deadline: 19.11.2022 // Set in the city of Tartu, a UNESCO Creative City of Literature 2019 and the upcoming European Capital of Culture 2024, the TYPA programme provides artists with the time and space for new projects, work and research. This unique residency offers an opportunity to work within the TYPA Paper and Print Centre, and within the broader cultural opportunities of the city of Tartu.
Deadline: 31.12.2022 // NordhalbenAktiv, "NohA", Künstlerhaus has set itself the goal of promoting young contemporary art and at the same time giving current impulses to the range of cultural offerings in the region. In order to promote this goal, it offers a grant with a stay at the Künstlerhaus Nordhalben (MAX-HAUS). The scholarship is designed for four weeks. The scholarship period will be determined by arrangement between May and October 2023.
Deadline: 3.10.2022 // Initiated by EPFL College of Humanities (CDH) Direction, amplified by EPFL Pavilions, and now inaugurating a partnership with The City of Lausanne, the EPFL CDH Artist-in-Residence Program promotes artistic research and experimentation that connects art, humanities, science, and technology by supporting up to four artists for three-months residencies at the EPFL.
Deadline: 3.10.2022 // The Globus programme will support artistic and cultural collaborations and projects that aim in their practice to transcend cultural, social, historical, geographical and disciplinary boundaries. The programme hereby encourages the building of cross-cutting collaborations and networks, which seek new perspectives through transcultural and local exchange and develop dialogue across different contexts. The programme is open to projects that work experimentally in its approaches and methods, and strive to explore interactions between the local and the global. The intention is to meet artists where they are and support them with trust and willingness to take risks. Projects must be grounded in artistic and/or cultural practices but are welcome to include other professional fields and traditions. Grants up to 700,000 DKK (~94,000 EUR) can be applied for and awarded through the programme.
Deadline: 15.10.2022 // This year, the Art Commission of the City of Düsseldorf is launching a new scheme that focuses on promoting contemporary art in public spaces. With stadt.raum.experimente, local as well as internationally active artists are called upon to develop experimental and temporary concepts for the urban space of Düsseldorf. Whether installation, performance or participation, stadt.raum.experimente is open to unusual forms and experimental ideas.
Deadline: 16.10.2022 // The INHABIT Artist-in-Residence Program of the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics invites artists from various disciplines to collaborate with our team of scientists and researchers. The integration of artistic thinking and knowledge as reflective practices in their own right is an important dimension of the institute’s mission. For this the presence of art and the inspiration and challenge of artistic practice are essential. The interaction between the different perspectives creates a mutually productive space for both artists and scientists to work in.
Deadline: 17.10.2022 // The Research & Creation Chair: Cancer and Immunology aims to encourage innovative and interdisciplinary artistic research by highlighting the synergies between scientific research in the field of cancer and immunology and research-creation. It is a question of giving a great national and international visibility to this research at the crossroads of disciplines and regimes of knowledge.
Deadline: 1.11.2022 // As part of this initiative, MOME and Nanushka invite researchers to apply to its new research fellowship program focusing on textile waste minimization. Research fellowship is planned to last 12 months, during which fellows will receive financial and operational support to conduct their research. The research should aim to contribute to textile waste recycling and should capitalize on the design expertise available in the University’s community and industrial perspective from Nanushka team.
Deadline: 30.11.2022 // With the support of the European Union’s Creative Europe programme, for the next two years the European Media Art Platform expands its residency programme to residencies in 16 countries. They offer residencies for artists, artist duos, collectives or other artistic collaborations working in the fields of digital art, media art, and bio-art. As a new feature to the EMAP residency programme they have introduced the ‘collaboration’ component. Applicants are expected to include a proposal for a collaboration in their application.
Deadline: 9 December 2022 // The Oulu2026 organisation is offering an opportunity in autumn 2022 for partners to become part of the capital of culture programme. The autumn 2022 open call is specifically aimed at large-scale projects that take several years to prepare or carry out. The call for applications for individual, communal projects will be announced nearer 2026.
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.