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EMPAC Accepting Applications [us Troy, NY]

empac2.jpgThe Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) in Troy, NY is now accepting applications for its Scholars and Researchers in Residence and its Artists in Residence Programs.

EMPAC is dedicated to advancing research and artistic production at the intersection of technology, media and the time-based arts (media arts, video, music, dance, theater, etc.). To that end, EMPAC is pleased to announce that it is accepting applications for both its Scholars and Researchers in Residence and its Artists in Residence programs. There are no deadlines for applications, which will be accepted and reviewed throughout the year. Continue reading

Apr 9, 2009
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CIANT LAB 2009 Arts Research Residencies

0071_3_1.jpgCIANT LAB 2009 Arts Research Residencies :: Media artists from the Czech Republic and beyond, are invited to apply for a three-month arts research residency at CIANT LAB in Prague, Czech Republic, between April to end of 2009. The deadline for applications is Friday the 3rd of April 2009.

Artists are offered a media laboratory space, a payment of 1000 EUR per month and access to lab equipment and technical support. The emphasis for this residency is on collaborative research and development in the field of networked/distributed performance. Presently, two positions are on offer: A. Area of 3D modeling (3ds MAX), avatar creation and integration with motion capture systems driven virtual environments, B. Area of interactive sound creation (max/MSP, PD, etc.). Continue reading

Mar 15, 2009
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Con Ed Musicians’ Residency [us Flushing, Queens, NY]

residency_feature.jpgNYC Performing Arts Spaces, a program of Fractured Atlas, is sponsoring the newly-created Con Ed Musicians’ Residency: Composition Program :: Application Deadline: February 20, 2009

This pilot residency will provide three (3) individual composers with daytime, weekday use of suitable composition and rehearsal space in Flushing Town Hall (FTH), in Flushing, Queens, for a three-month period. FTH is a remarkable early 20th century building owned by the City of New York that houses the Flushing Council on the Arts, the host of the program. Future residencies will expand to include performers and will be housed in other facilities, boroughs, and disciplines. Continue reading

Feb 13, 2009
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Digital Artist Residency [uk Cumbria]

lanternhouse_cropped250.jpgFolly, a leading digital arts organisation, and Lanternhouse International are pleased to be seeking new applications for the Digital Artist Residency Scheme 2009.

The scheme will be of particular interest to established digital artists seeking time and space to develop new works, research innovative ideas, make new connections and explore technique or production. Based at The National Creation Centre on the edge of the beautiful Lake District in Cumbria, UK, successful artists will be offered accommodation and a flexible and open-ended opportunity to push their work forward and creatively engage with the two partner organisations. Continue reading

Feb 7, 2009
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Harvestworks 2009 Residency Programs [us NYC]

harvestworks.jpgHARVESTWORKS ANNOUNCES THEIR RESIDENCY PROGRAMS FOR 2009 :: NEW WORKS Residency Deadline: November 5, 2008 :: VAN LIER Residency Seadline: October 1, 2008 :: Please see detailed information here.

2009 New Works Residency (for U.S. residents): Overview: the Harvestworks Artist In Residence program offers 20-40 hours of technical assistance plus access to the technology lab to make a new work in Harvestworks state of the art digital media facility, plus a $1000 fee upon completion of the work. The artist works with a team comprised of a project manager, engineer and programmer (if required). Continue reading

Aug 22, 2008
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Diapason Open Call

diapason.jpgDiapason, a Brooklyn-based gallery for sound art, is initiating an open call for the following:

1. Residencies: Composers, sound artists, and other qualified individuals are invited to submit proposals for working residencies utilizing Diapason’s multi-channel sound environment. Diapason has two state-of-the-art multi channel sound systems (described below). Interested persons are invited to submit proposals for the use of the space to create work. Dates and times are flexible. Residents will receive a brief technical orientation but no technical assistance, unless supplementary funding is provided.

2. Curatorial: Emerging curators are invited to submit proposals for sound art presentations at Diapason. Any format is acceptable, from single artist retrospectives to group shows. Continue reading

Aug 20, 2008
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Residency Applications [de Worpswede]

kunst.jpg A call for Applications for the 2009 Residency for Fine Arts and Sound Art at the Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede, Worpswede, Germany. The deadline is July 10th 2008.

The Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede are one of the largest residencies in the Federal Republic of Germany. Among former grant holders are many well-known international artists such as Emmett Williams, Koeken Ergun, Yuri Leiderman, Dan Perjovschi,
Katharina Sieverding or Egill Saebjoernsson.

The Kuenstlerhaeuser Worpswede are supported by the Barkenhoff Stiftung, Worpswede, and the private initiative Atelierhaus e. V., which collectively make the studios available. Besides the regular presentation of works produced in the studios both within and outside Worpswede, there are also, on a discursive level, artists’ discussions, workshops and symposia on artists’ support, which take place at the Barkenhoff. Continue reading

May 22, 2008
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Workspace Residency [us NYC]

space1.jpgLMCC is excited to announce the Open Call for the 2008-2009 Workspace Artist Residency:: 2008-2009 Residency Dates: Tuesday, September 9, 2008 – Friday, May 22, 2009 :: Deadline for application submission is 5 PM THURSDAY, MAY 15, 2008 :: Applications ware being accepted now.

The 2008-2009 Workspace Residency will be located on the 29th floor of 120 Broadway in the Financial District. The program offers free studio space for 9 months, a small stipend and access to a community of peers and experts as well as exposure to new audiences at public programs like the final Open Studio Weekend.

Workspace is open to emerging and early-career professional artists working in all disciplines including Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture, Film/Video, Installation/Mixed Media, Sound, Performance and New Media/Computer Arts. Continue reading

May 6, 2008
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European Sound Delta

europsound.jpgEuropean Sound Delta :: Call for Sound Art Projects & Residencies for Summer 2008 :: Deadline: March 15, 2008.

European Sound Delta is a mobile project on the Danube & Rhine Rivers focusing on radio-art using sounds of European cities. Two teams will be travelling on both rivers this summer, recording sounds, producing live performances and radio broadcasts with local sound-artists. A final exhibition is scheduled in Strasbourg by the end of September 2008 as part of Ososphere. International sound artists are invited to apply with a project meant to be created on one of the trans-European floating labs. Continue reading

Feb 22, 2008
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Mamori Sound Project [br Amazon]

lopez2005-21.jpgMamori Sound Project :: Workshop / Residency for Sound Artists at Mamori Lake (Amazon, Brazil); Conceived and directed by Francisco López :: November – December, 2008 (2 weeks) :: Deadline for Applications: March 31, 2008.

Mamori Sound Project is professional and semi-professional artists with previous experience in the area of sound experimentation and field recordings. It takes place at Mamori Lake, in the middle of the Brazilian Amazon, and involves theoretical / discussion presentations, field work and studio work. The workshop / residency has a special focus on creative approaches to the work with field recordings, through an extensive exploration of natural sound environments. It does not have a technical character but is instead conceived and directed towards the development and realization of a collective project of sonic creation with the interaction of all participant artists. Continue reading

Feb 19, 2008
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