Deadline: 11 May 2018
Art Noise Travel Residency Program invites visual artists, Applied Artists, designers, Art Theorists/writers, cultural students to explore African Arts and Cultures through work-study relationships with contemporary African Artists and Traditional Artisans as well as personal work across three African countries and their communities for a period of 3 months.
The selected applicants will receive a monthly allowance of up to $2,000 depending on the project, travel allowance, insurance, safety and insurance work space and residential accommodation in the communities.
All Art created during the residency will be presented either in a public exhibition space. The presentation should also include a short written presentation about the experience which will be shared in our magazine at the end of the year.
The selected African countries to be visited are:
Lagos (where the final exhibition will take place)
Accomodation is a rented shared 5 bedroom space in the surburban part of the community
A shared studio/workspace in-house and artists will also be given access to professional studio space on seperate location to have access to additional facilities and equipment.
WHO IS RESIDENCY FOR?
Visual artists, designers, art writers, cultural students, applied artists of African/ black descent or of non black descent who are interested in african/black arts and cultures who speak English, French, Arabic, Spanish, Portugese or German.
Age: 18 – 35
In order to cover the processing of application forms, a participation fee of $30 – $50 must accompany the application. This fee is non-refundable.
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