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India’s top art residencies. Residencies Archives. Viewing by date posted in order of most recent to earliest ENLIGHT light artist residencies | open to artists from Europe Europe, Italy, Norway, United Kingdom, Open Calls, Residencies A new EU-funded cultural project, the European Light Expression Network (ENLIGHT), offers international residencies (eligibility: mid-career artists from across Europe) connecting artists with technicians and scientists to create a series of accessible, large-scale public realm Light Art works.

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Four funded residency opportunities for mid-career artists across Europe to take part in new international partnerships developing installations that combine light […] More. The Foundation for Indian Contemporary Art. Europe. Looking for funding opportunities for cultural mobility to/from/across Europe?


Download for FREE the Guides to mobility funding opportunities for the following European countries! This series of European guides has been edited with the support of the Asia-Europe Foundation (except for countries with *). Note: feel free to share these resources on your social and digital media, but please mention On the Move as the source! Preface How to read the cultural mobility funding guides. Artist Residency. Sponsored Residency for Product Designers/Artists Cement can be so sexyEligibility: Fine Arts, Product DesignersArea: Furniture, Lighting, Bath, Jewellery, Public SpacesDisciplines: Architecture, Ceramics, Design, Experimental, Installation, Sculpture, Visual Arts.Location: New Delhi, Delhi, IndiaDeadline: 30 July, 2016Contact: Description:A 60 day artist residency is open for Artist/Designers working in sculptures, clay, cement, plaster of paris.

Artist Residency

Artist/Designers with extensive experience can only apply for this program. The artist should be able to conceptualize material in most usable form and also make it look stylish.This residency is encouraged for Artist who work with all materials and are able to design for Future.2 Artist will be selected upon reviewing all applications and invited for this project. Artist/Designer should be able to communicate with concepts, technical drawings and final prototype. Upcoming Deadlines. International residency at Raghurajpur International Art/Culture Exchange (RIA/CE).

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DescriptionThe Raghurajpur International Art/Culture Exchange (RIA/CE) is an opportunity for contemporary, conceptual and craft artists to exchange ideas and skills with the traditional craftspeople of Orissa, India. During the 5-week exchange, artists from around the world will have the opportunity to study with master craftsmen and learn traditional skills such as Palm leaf carving, Stone and Wood carving, Pata Chitra and Tassar painting, Dhokra (metal casting), Coir (coconut straw) toy making, Paper Maché Mask making, Ganjapa playing card making, and Cow Dung toy making. R e s i d e n c i e s - Asia Art Projects. The Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park. Facilities Total Floor Area 2,852m² (reinforced-concrete and buildings of one or two stories)

The Shigaraki Ceramic Culture Park

Seto International Ceramic & Glass Art Exchange Program. 30-day Pottery Making in Seto – With Guidance. Highlight: This program is designed to experience and learn the traditional pottery making process at a pottery studio in the Akazu area, where they follow a particular traditional pottery making process of the Seto region.

30-day Pottery Making in Seto – With Guidance

With the guidance of the pottery master, you will learn to make some tableware using old-established regional glazes. Suitable for: Beginners to intermediate. Those with some pottery making experience and who would like to learn Japanese pottery making techniques. *If you have none to minimal experience with pottery making, please apply for “For Beginners” course. Artist in Residence Program in Fukuoka, Japan. OPPORTUNITIES. JINGDEZHEN - THE POTTERY WORKSHOP. Simply put, Jingdezhen is one of the most amazing places in China.


And if you’re into ceramics, Jingdezhen is arguably one of the most amazing places in the world. The History Jingdezhen, the “Porcelain capital of the world”, has been producing ceramics for over one thousand years. Way back in the Song Dynasty, Emperor Zhen Zhong gave a small town named Changnan an imperial order for ceramics. SHIRO ONI : STUDIO ・ ART RESIDENCY.