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Residency for Sound Artists at The Center for Forgetting [us Allentown, PA]

111_905.jpgThe Center for Forgetting is situated in the pristine post-industrial oasis of Allentown Pennsylvania. They offer a residency based program with visiting artists and opportunities for site specific projects. Artists receive a free private live/work studio as well as access to a shared 4,000 sq ft workspace.

The Patacademy Residency is interested in Artists and Writers with a focus on the role memory plays in creating symbolic language systems. This summer it is oriented towards sound art and new media. Continue reading

Apr 1, 2012
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Call: EMPAC Residency Program

1292538641image_web.jpgEMPAC (Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center):: Open Call for Artist in Residence Proposals ::

image: Composer Hans Tutschku in residence at EMPAC :: Photo by Natt Phenjati

Since 2005, the Curtis R. Priem Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York has established a vibrant residency program that has hosted over 40 artists and their collaborators, spanning theater, dance, music, video, and installation. While EMPAC will continue its open call residency program, we are pleased to announce four additional focused initiatives:
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Dec 17, 2010
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Live Stage: Call and Response Sonic Art Residency [uk East London]

sound.jpgCall & Response Sonic Art Residency :: 4th to 7th of November, 2010, from 12-6:00 p.m.:: the James Taylor Gallery, Hackney, East London :: free

Call & Response is an independent sonic arts collective, serving as a focus for sound arts practice in London. Our aim is to provide an artist run space for the exhibition and performance of sonic artworks, reflecting the emerging interest in the use of the auditory in contemporary art.

You are invited to a four-day sonic art residency at the James Taylor Gallery, Hackney. An immersive listening environment located in an expansive Victorian factory in East London.

We’ll be presenting multi-channel works by: Continue reading

Nov 5, 2010
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Open Call: EMPAC Artist-in-Residency Program [us Troy, NY]

empac.jpgEMPAC Artist-in-Residence Program :: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, 110 8th Street, Troy, NY, 12180, USA :: :: Phone: +1 518.276.3921 :: Fax: +1 518.276.4107 ::

Since 2005, the Experimental Media and Performing Arts Center (EMPAC) has established a vibrant residency program that has hosted over 40 artists and their collaborators, spanning theater, dance, music, video, and installation. While EMPAC will continue its open call residency program, EMPAC is pleased to announce four additional focused initiatives:

Audio Production / Post‐Production

For sound recording, development of multichannel sound works, documentation, mastering, mixing, film scoring, or any other task involving microphones, speakers, consoles and computers. Continue reading

Oct 26, 2010
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Jack Straw Productions Accepting Applications [Seattle, WA]

captain-gravel.jpgJack Straw Productions in Seattle, WA, the only nonprofit multidisciplinary audio arts center in the Pacific Northwest, is now accepting applications from artists and artist teams for its residency programs. Emerging and established artists in all disciplines who use sound in their work, or would like to do so, are encouraged to apply, regardless of their proficiency with audio.

The organization offers three residency programs, to which artists and teams may apply for only one per year (click on each program for its full application guidelines): Continue reading

Oct 13, 2010
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UNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Program

unesco.jpgUNESCO-Aschberg Bursaries for Artists Programme is announcing the 2011 call for applications. This call is open to visual artists, creative writers and musicians between the ages of 25 and 35.

The Programme aims to promote the mobility of young artists through art residences abroad, give priority to artists and artist residency institutions from the global south and promoting the participation of women in international artist residencies.

The website provides links to the residency institutions with full instructions on application procedures. Candidates are invited to submit their applications directly to the institution of their choice. The institutions pre-select three candidates for each bursary and submit the list of names to UNESCO for review by an international selection panel, which makes the final selection taking into consideration the priorities of the residency, geographical distribution and gender equality. Continue reading

Sep 7, 2010
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Residency 2010 [hu Budapest]

chainbridge.jpgThe Hungarian Multicultural Center, Inc.® (HMC), 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, invites interested visual artists, writers, performers to submit application for its residency program in Budapest, Hungary. The residencies offer participants to interact with other artists representing a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Accepted applicants are expected to speak and understand English.

About the HMC ::
HMC is dedicated to promoting international art and the understanding of world cultures, through high quality art exhibitions, cultural exchanges and related educational programs. Based in Dallas and Budapest, the organization operates throughout the world. Its principal focus is an international residency program to which artists from around the world are invited. The goal is to provide a supportive community with uninterrupted time to work. Like many visual arts residency programs, the HMC is a microcosm of the cultural diversity: multi-national. Continue reading

Sep 3, 2010
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Music Research Residency Program at IRCAM [fr Paris]

research.jpgThe Department for the Coordination of Scientific and Musical Research seeks to reinforce the interaction between the scientific and musical community by appealing to the computer music community at large. This program offers scholarships to artists and young professionals wishing to take advantage of a period of residency at IRCAM in order to pursue their music research projects in a stimulating collaborative environment. Deadline: September 30, 2010.

Each year – via online submission – a limited number of candidates is selected by a panel of international experts based on the following criteria: project content; scientific and artistic motivation; quality and innovative character of the project; mastery of the technologies needed for the project; demonstrated ability to manage a collaborative research project. Continue reading

Jul 26, 2010
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Bang on the Can Summer Festival [us North Adams, MA]

mmoca.jpgBang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA:: July 12 – August 1, 2010 :: Residency Program for composers and performers.

The Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA (the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art) is dedicated entirely to adventurous contemporary music. We will write it. We will perform it. We will think about it and we will talk about it. We will spend three weeks immersed in recent music that has changed the world. Available studies include Balinese music workshops, improvisation, as well as performance coaching, master classes, music business seminars and more. Composers will have their works performed. Players will perform publicly in ensembles sitting alongside their teachers. There are daily performances in the museum galleries, free with museum admission. And the residency concludes with a six-hour blow-out Marathon Concert featuring performances by the student/faculty ensembles. Continue reading

Jun 24, 2010
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Watermill Center Residency Program [us Long Island, NY]

1276122066image_web.jpgWatermill Center: Call for Proposals for Fall 2010/Spring 2011 Residency Program :: Long Island, NY US :: Application Deadline: June 25, 2010

image: from David Levine’s Habit, Watermill Residency Spring 2010, Marsha Ginsberg, photographer

The Watermill Center is accepting proposals from emerging artists from all over the world as part of its Fall and Spring Residency Program. Applicants will be considered for residencies during Fall 2010 and Spring 2011. Watermill embraces ambitious proposals from all art disciplines that push the boundaries of existing international artistic practice. Watermill encourages the exploration of those innovative ideas throughout The Watermill Center facility and its six acres of grounds on the East End of Long Island, New York. This unique facility, founded by Robert Wilson, houses studios that double as galleries, The Watermill Collection of fine art and artifacts from Stone Age to contemporary day, a resource library, and communal living areas. Continue reading

Jun 11, 2010
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