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Co-iki - Arts Living Space, Tokyo. An Arts Living Space Rooted in Collaboration Co・iki a space of living and breathing together Call for Applications Arts Living Space co・iki is a new interpretation of a residence program designed to build a bridge between numerous fields of art, culture and the wider sciences, connecting artists, experts and professionals, hoping to nurture collaboration as it places a spotlight upon the very act of “living”.

co-iki - Arts Living Space, Tokyo

Placing personal discovery, change and development of the individuals engaged in this initiative, co・iki aims to create a space where the elements of everyday life and the reality of living come together. Crossing disciplines and perspectives, co・iki works towards a new art form, a living community through the hands of people living in the same age. Deadline: March 31st 2015 Location: A two story house (A section 1F for studio resident. 2F living quarters of the owner. Facilities: 1F – tatami mat bedroom, combined event space/studio space/living space Shared kitchen and bathroom. Residence Support Program trans_2014-2015. Residence Support Program trans_2014-2015 Application Guideline We are currently accepting entries.

Residence Support Program trans_2014-2015

To apply, please read the guideline below. The prefix ‘trans’ means to go beyond, get across, cross, exchange, change and convert. The Residence Support Program provides a time and place for artists to experience new encounters and carry out experiments to guide their future projects. Participating artists are expected to bring new ideas to the local culture and people while they, in turn, will hopefully acquire new perspectives through these fresh encounters.

Theme: “The Features of This Land” 京町家を改装したアーティストたちが滞在しながら制作・発表を行うアートスペースです. Artist Residency in Mashiko beginning May 2014! : 益子陶芸美術館 ブログ/Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art. (*日本語でのご案内はこちら) In 1920, almost one hundred years ago, a young potter named Shoji Hamada (1894-1978) went to the port town St.

Artist Residency in Mashiko beginning May 2014! : 益子陶芸美術館 ブログ/Mashiko Museum of Ceramic Art

Ives in southwest England, along with the English potter Bernard Leach (1887-1979). There in St. Ives, the two men set up a pottery and built the first climbing kiln in England. To commemorate this historical event, Mashiko and St. Philip Leach Philip Leach was born in 1947 as the son of Michael Leach, the second son of Bernard Leach, in Alton, Four Marks, Hampshire. Mashiko Arts & Crafts Residence Mashiko Arts & Crafts Residence has been built with the generous donation from Minoru Otsuka, a Mashiko-born businessman and the founder of Otsuka Shokai Co., Ltd. アーティスト・イン・レジデンスプログラム 2014/Autumn「マテリアルとメカニズム」 応募要綱および事業概要. Programmes de Résidence etBourses Artistiques au Japon – arts numériques et multimédias » - laboratoire de veille - watch lab. Programmes de Résidence etBourses Artistiques au Japon Etude menée en novembre 2005 Edité par le Service culturel de l’Ambassade de France au Japon ci-dessous une sélection arts visuels, multimédias, numériques, sonores… j’ai enlevé les “conditions de résidences” celles-ci pouvant varier fortement voir la version complète I.

Programmes de Résidence etBourses Artistiques au Japon – arts numériques et multimédias » - laboratoire de veille - watch lab

Institut français / IFprog. Artist-in-Residence Opportunities for International Artists. BEPPU PROJECT. The next KASHIMA 2013 # 2 (International Artistic Residency) will take place from September to October 2013 (dates to be confirmed).


We invite artists from various disciplines in the contemporary art field to submit their project by June 21, 2013 (before midnight, Japan Time). Artists should think their projects on the theme "SPACE-TIME ". The project will be shown in one or two streets in Beppu downtown in collaboration with the local activity (small shops, café, restaurant). Also, artists will be invited to participate to a forum-discussion with local population to talk and exchange ideas about the art work.

The npo BEPPU PROJECT runs an international artistic residency program in Beppu (JAPAN) within a five-year grant from the Agency for Cultural Affairs in Japan. All the applications for this residency will be looked through with attention to the required documents (proposal, artist profile and example of a previous art work). OpenCall_AIR.pdf start your application here Read the report. Tatsuno Art Project 2013 - Home. Tokyo Wonder Site. ■Details: Creators who are planning to undergo cultural study or research based at TWS Aoyama:Creator-in-Residence during the above period.

Tokyo Wonder Site

The application must be sent by traceable delivery service. Please download the Application Package and send your application with two letters of recommendation to TWS Aoyama:Creator-in-Residence by following the guidelines noted in the Application Outline. Youkobo artspace. Art Center Ongoing. Introduction to Ongoing AIR Ongoing AIR is a residency program launched by Art Center Ongoing in April, 2013.

Art Center Ongoing

Domestic / overseas artists and curators are all welcome to join the 2-month residency program where the Art Center offers an accommodation and an exhibition opportunity at Art Center Ongoing. We establish Ongoing AIR AWARD to maximize the possibility to meet up artists from all over the world this year too. Please see What is Ongoing AIR AWARD? To find out more about its benefits. OPEN RESIDENCE. Artist in Residence <ARCUS Project> 秋吉台国際芸術村 Akiyoshidai International Art Village. Kinosaki International Arts Center.

À propos Déplacez arts Japon - Déplacez arts Japon. KAC Artist in Residence_blog. Mission Dena Foundation. “… having met the great artists from my generation, and having been involved in the contemporary artworld for three decades, I was inpired to support and accompany those young artists who enter this scene today.

Mission Dena Foundation

Their projects, achieved on a continuously expanding international platform, refresh our world vision and continuously enrich it…” Giuliana Setari Carusi, President The Dena Foundation for Contemporary Art, chaired and founded by art collector Giuliana Setari Carusi, in collaboration with its Board of Trustees and its Scientific Committee, is a non-profit organization established in New York in 2001, with an office in Paris. Its mission is the promotion of contemporary visual arts, with a particular focus on supporting young emerging artists on the international scene. Board of Trustees Directrice du Programme de RésidencesGiuliana Setari Carusi, founder and president Valentine MeyerAntoine de GalbertPier Luigi LanzaCynthia Milani SandersJosée ReboulNicola SetariDora Stiefelmeier. Tatsuno Art Project 2013 - Home. 龍野アートプロジェクト2013 「刻(とき)の記憶 Arts and Memories」