WHO CAN PARTICIPATE
- artists, curators and researchers (individual or teams) not younger than 18 years working with painting, sculpture, graphics, photo and video, installation, performance, choreography, theater, music and street art.
Residence duration – 1 or 2 months (optional).
Resident is to be provided with:
- accommodation in a furnished studio apartment (2 studios for 2 residents in each, kitchen + living room, household appliances) at the premises of ZARYA CCA;
- a workshop (33 m2) at the premises of ZARYA CCA for joint use;
- PR support of the developing project;
- assistance in coordination of the developing project (introduction to the local context, meetings arrangement, information and literature search assistance);
- official invitation letter for visa.
Resident is expected to:
- develop and present the project within the program timeline;
- provide an introduction lecture;
- provide an additional event in another format (master-class, seminar, off-site lecture, open studio day, training course, etc.);
- submit final artworks for ZARYA CCA collection (the number of artworks and other details are to be negotiated individually).
Priority is to be given to the projects that meet the following requirements:
- site-specific focus on local context of the Far East and Vladivostok;
- strong conceptual framework of the project;
- proper understanding of the project development process.
ZARYA CCA acts on a competitive basis and considers all applications submitted until August 11th, 2019 (applications receipt closing – 18:00 Vladivostok time, UTC+10).
- application form (please fill online individual or group application)
- updated portfolio (PDF file, max 25 MB) should be sent to email@example.com with subject Porfolio_Surname Name (attn: the name in the subject should match with the name in the application form)
Incomplete or incorrectly processed applications will not be considered.
Q:What are the criteria of selection of artworks to be left by artists for ZARYA CCA collection?
A:Selection is conducted by an expert committee. The Residence reserves the right to select the particular final artworks for collection.
Q:Is it possible to bring family members to the Residence?A: Details are negotiated in each individual case. We can also give recommendations on search of rental apartments in Vladivostok.Q:Is it obligatory to hold an exhibition upon the residency completion?A:The form of residency report is not limited to only exhibition project. Possible options are to be discussed at the site and may be subject to change as the case may be.
*If you have any further questions, do not hesitate to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org
ZARYA A-i-R OPEN CALLS
The 7th open call for ZARYA Artist-in-Residence for 2020 is successfully finished. Thanks to all the participants. Final results will be announced before the end of September. The next open call will be announced in the summer of 2020.
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