A short description of the initiative by its initiators will appear here shortly.
Nieuwe Vide is an exhibition space for contemporary art. Nieuwe Vide also houses artist studios and a project space. We work with young and upcoming artists as well as more experienced artists. The studios are rented by visual artists and creatives. Nieuwe Vide works with these artists and creatives whenever possible. Nieuwe Vide, as such, is a launching pad for upcoming artists’ careers. The project space is used for (educational) workshops and gatherings. True to its squatters roots 20 years ago, Nieuwe Vide is socially engaged and operates on a community level. We offer a weekly soup lunch for artists and neighbourhood residents. Every year we offer an educational art trajectory for kids aged 14-18, called Nieuwe Vide Academy. We also have a film community, CineClub, with a focus on all kinds of film and film-discussion.
Minckelersweg 6 2031 EM Haarlem, Netherlands
…ism is a project space for artists with ideas for future work in response to the location of a 17th century townhouse and former billiard and game shop.
Westeinde 31a, The Hague, The Netherlands
Indie Photography Group gallery (a registered Non-Profit Organization) was founded in 2010 by a group of visual artists to provide an artistic platform for young and established contemporary artists in the medium of Photography and Video Art. Indie aims to promote and broaden the discourse on Photography in Israel, Without any dependency in financial and commercial issues that could affect the process of the artwork.
42 Chlenov st, Tel Aviv Jaffa
Glitter Ball showroom & projects is an artist-run venture for contemporary art and artists – a local space for international art. We invite exciting and inspiring artists and projects to present artworks and events in our showroom on the lower ground floor of the Old Gymnastic Hall. A new exhibition or project is launched the first Saturday of each month in our spring and autumn seasons, spring runs March to June and autumn September to December. Glitter Ball’s inaugural season openings are: 1 September, 12noon to 3pm 6 October , 12noon to 3pm 10 November, 12noon to 3pm (Note Saturday 3 November is a Swedish National Holiday) 1 December, 12noon to 3pm Saturday openings are open to everyone. They are a great opportunity to meet the exhibiting artist(s) as well as other artists and art lovers. Outside of the opening times please contact Glitter Ball – +46 (0)70 333 6879 or email@example.com to arrange your visit. Appointments are made for mutually convenient times including evenings and weekends. Let us know if you are interested in visiting the artist’s studios that are in the same building and we will do our best to organise it. Glitter Ball focusses on contemporary arts […]
kyrkogatan 1a 745 31 Enköping, Sweden
WYKWIT is a place of artistic activity and exhibition. It came to be out of the potential of the cellar space in the post-German mansion we inhabit. The creators of WYKWIT are inhabitants of the house. The building on the Aleja Kochanowskiego street dates back to roughly 1900 and was erected in the Wilhelmsruh district. Back then Wroclaw was the German Breslau. Currently, the house is in a quite dilapidated condition. The original furnishing outside is damaged in many places. Inside there are many brutal rearrangements made by countless tenants. The mansion is surrounded by a large garden. WYKWIT is opposite to a typical white-cube arrangement. Projects presented in WYKWIT should consider its potential, specific and/or contexts. Parallel to the WYKWIT’s activities of an art gallery WARSTWY (Layers) have born- a concept-experimental project focusing its activity on intervention in already existing situation and playing with it. WYKWIT consists of: Karolina Balcer Michal Kamiński Martyna Muth Krzysztof Rubach Janusz Czyżewicz Layers (Adam Martyniak, Michał Mejnartowicz, Karolina Włodek)
Kochanowskiego 21, Wroclaw, Poland
98B COLLABoratory is an artist-run initiative and space in Manila, Philippines. We are a community + network + library + kitchen + shop. The idea is to have a setting where artists and creative individuals from other disciplines can interact and work together while presenting art, design and creativity in different ways; be it a talk, a bazaar, a publication, a meal or a simple gathering. It is a multi-disciplinary art laboratory that seeks to establish a convergence with artists, designers, curators, writers, musicians, film makers, activists, educators, researchers, cultural workers, performers, architects and students together with the general public. Brief Background 98B was established in January 2012 by Mark Salvatus (visual artist) and Mayumi Hirano (curator and researcher) as a response to the need for alternative venues in Manila. Salvatus opened up his studio and residence to respond to this dearth; 98B is his address. July of 2012 provided us with an opportune playground to frolic in – Escolta, Manila. Marika Constantino (visual artist and curator), Gabriel Villegas (magazine art director) together with 98B’s Founders, direct the team’s various programs and activities towards creative sharing, discussion and collaboration. The 98B Team has ten founding members and is currently run by seven members […]
413 Escolta St, Philippines
A network of independent artists and curators based in Johannesburg, South Africa, that organize and facilitate pop-up exhibitions and art related events for and with other independent artists. Dead Bunny Society was founded in 2015.
23 Voorhout Street, Ellis House, Johannesburg, South Africa
Picasso Pupils is an art society with the branch in India and in Slovakia whose main mission is to provide a platform for cultural exchange. The main aim is to use art as a language between diverse cultures. The organization arrange art residency programmes, exhibitions and educational activities in India and in Slovakia which share the ideas of togetherness between diverse cultures, preservation of traditional and contemporary art and spread the art education and social awareness through art. NORTH EAST INDIA: Picasso Pupils (An Art Society) Meghalaya, 793003 SLOVAKIA: PPIAC, Slovensko, Myjava 90701, Slovakia Europe
Shillong, Meghalaya 793003 India
Easttopics is a non-profit initiative launched in 2013, led by young art professionals based in Hungary and Serbia and dedicated to the promotion of the Eastern European contemporary art field. Working as a think tank for the Eastern European art communities, Easttopics is a genuinely interdisciplinary cooperative which goal is to draw the Eastern contemporary art field and the international art scene closer to each other. This cross-border project takes form as an expanding on-line website and space focusing on the following countries: Albania, Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Greece, Hungary, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine. Easttopics aims at mapping and providing more visibility to protagonists of the Eastern European art life, should they be artists, art professionals, institutions, events or publications. It also wishes to act as a dynamic platform fostering connections, exchanges, community building, and cooperations for both practice-based and research-based projects on a local, regional, and international level.
Képíró u. 6, Budapest, 1053 Hungary
Loading is an artist-run space in Diyarbakir, Turkey that aims to enrich contemporary art dialogue in the city and foster links between the region and the international art world. Loading engages with its community by its public programme which consists of artist & curator talks and workshops, as well as its art book library. Previous guest speakers include Gabi Ncgobo (curator, 10th Berlin Biennale), Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli (curator, Manifesta 12), and Hale Tenger (artist). Loading also has an ongoing archival project of archiving contemporary art practices in Diyarbakir. Loading was founded by artists Erkan Özgen, Cengiz Tekin and Şener Özmen. What started out as a project to connect with and mentor younger artists evolved into a platform that breeds new perspectives to the ways not only artists but also locals of other professions situate art making. Loading fosters a strong sense of community and garners contemporary art not just more approachable but also far more intertwined with this community.
Kooperatifler Mahallesi, Cahit Sitki Taranci Sokak, Aslan Apartmani No.3 Yenisehir Diyarbakir
“Nest” is a a community center and residency cluster of ICA Yerevan for arts and cultural workers with a special emphasis on supporting the combination of artistic and surviving strategies in a shaping community of colleagues with similar lifestyle and political position. It is devoted to establishing close cooperation between artists, thinkers, researchers, and other cultural actors through interdisciplinary programs and residencies. As a part of knowledge-based platform for innovative creative production, Nest integrates with the social and cultural framework of Yerevan while simultaneously supporting a strong international focus. “Nest” Artists Residency and Community Center of ICA Yerevan is suited for artists, writers, curators, cultural managers, academics and other practitioners providing, the opportunity to live and work in the very heart of Yerevan while developing individual projects and immersing themselves in Armenia’s creative sphere. Run alongside ICA Yerevan’s Curatorial School, Theory and Project Labs, it also enables residents to benefit from collaboration with these departments that draw participants and mentors from a wide range of complementary artistic and critical backgrounds, as well as attend talks, lectures and workshops by local and international prominent curators, artists and thinkers. ICA The residency program provides TIME, SPACE and GUIDANCE to explore expanded as well […]
The ZK/U ZK/U seeks to develop projects, co-produce knowledge and share values created through exchanges. ZK/U does not offer a fixed set of ideas and principles for its fellows. Rather, individual projects and needs shape what could be described as a continuous formation. Instead of letting the ‘final product’ constrain the possible routes that a practice might take, ZK/U focuses on the processes that come from, and feed into, the particular contexts of the fellows’ practice, whether they be locally-defined situations or international discourses. THE ORGANIZATION BEHIND ZK/U: KUNSTREPUBLIK The ZK/U concept and practice were initiated by the artist collective and non-profit organization KUNSTrePUBLIK e.V.. The association managed to become the owner of the former railway depot and holds a 40 year lease on the ground. KUNSTrePUBLIK‘s concepts and projects are equally focused on local involvement and global exchange. Coming from non-institutional backgrounds, the founders aspire to continue exploring ways of collaborating, researching and creating, that go beyond the lines of existing structures and preconceptions. As part of their artistic practice, KUNSTrePUBLIK considers the development of ZK/U a long-term process that will evolve through the contributions and critical feedback expressed by its participants, partners and a diverse audience. KUNSTrePUBLIK is […]
Siemenstr. 27, 10551 Berlin-Moabit, Germany
Mercury 20 Gallery is an artist-run gallery founded as a venue for contributing members to exhibit, sell, and promote each other’s art in the Oakland/East Bay community. The gallery hosts openings, art and community events, and artist talks. The gallery was founded with the mission to host and support exhibitions of the highest quality by member artists. Members help each other make sales and increase exposure to potential collectors, curators and critics. They actively participate in the Oakland Uptown community by attending Art Murmur, monthly gallery meetings, events, artist talks, and receptions in an open exchange of ideas.
475 25th Street, Oakland CA, USA
Studioname Leicester C.i.C a not for profit, creative community hub linking the Leicester’s cultural quarter with the St Matthews community. studionAme Leicester C.i.C believes that making art and the ability to be creative are central to the improvement of peoples lives and therefor central to the success of our communities. Art should not exclude through language or access when it has the ability to set people free by engendering creative thinking and expression. As artists taking over a post industrial space in a neglected part of the city, it falls upon us to seed new ways of working and living together. No longer reliant on the old broken models but the creators of a truly inclusive, sharing economies, using creative language and skills as our medium of exchange. Studioname Ltd is based on the 1st floor of 2 Brougham Street. Studios are costed at a flat rate that includes all heating, wifi, water, power and critical support where asked for. All artists have use of the kitchens, toilets and communal areas. The studios are all 24 hour 365 days a year access. Studios have open doors to help foster the cross pollination of ideas and open up a creative discourse […]
2 Brougham Street, Leicester, LE12BA, UK
BOOT AIR is the name of an artist-in-residence program located in the town of Nishiaizu in Fukushima, Japan. Located in the north west corner of the prefecture, Nishiaizu is surrounded by a vast landscape of mountains, rivers, and farmland. The artist-in-residence program is part of the Nishiaizu International Art Village; a half-century old wooden school building that has been transformed into a gallery, workshop, and cultural gathering space. All types of artists (visual artists, designers, musicians, performers, cooks, architects, engineers, etc…) are welcomed to apply for the program regardless of stature (professional, amateur, student). The program’s key concepts involve: (1) sustainable community, (2) learning from traditional environmental culture, (3) recreating an environmental symbiosis lifestyle, and (4) revitalizing the depopulated community through cultural exchange. It is for this reason that we ask applicants to submit a short proposal of what they wish to work on and how it can relate to the community of Nishiaizu. Nishiaizu is ideal for artists who would like a quiet and natural atmosphere to concentrate and create while being open to learning and inspiration from the rich culture, customs, and people of a local rural community in Japan.
5752 Ueno Hara Michi Ue, Sasagawa, Shingou, Nishiaizu-town, Yama-gun
We are a neighborhood in south Tel Aviv in a former industrial zone. Since the factories closed or moved out, a lot of artists, designers, musicians, dancers, street artists and small business are now the heart of the neighborhood. Here, you’ll be discover amazing artists, crafters and unique experience. we partnered together created a website to open our studios and shops and interact with local and international scene.
Shvil Hamifal 1, Tel Aviv, Israel
The maia zinc project room exhibits works of contemporary art – visual, conceptual and performance. western culture is currently experiencing a phenomenal, spiritual and sociological shift. A multi-faceted synthesis in varying degrees – of faiths, adapted to, and influenced by, western materialistic culture where it sometimes reforms as a secular art object. In a clear and bright atmosphere, we create space and reflection on new ideas, focusing on the aesthetics of silence; a spirit experienced through meditation. Unfolded and hidden crusted layers might appear to the surface. The project room is located in a still authentic quarter – the “schöneberger kiez “(former american sector) in one of the typical berliner buildings, next to the once famous artists’ goltzstraße at nollendorfplatz. a team of different generations and cultures are waiting to offer you displayed works by contemporary artists from Berlin and beyond. In the former Großgörschen 35 Atelier building, the artist will have the opportunity to work in cooperation with our exhibition space in Berlin-Schöneberg mz project room maia zinc. The maia zinc studioSpace is a self-organized initiative founded as a platform for international artists in residence. The genres move in contemporary art, in the form of painting, […]
Warehouse 4726 is a working artist studio space in The Bird Road Arts District in Miami. Operated by visual artists Jean Blackwell Font and Ignacio Font as Font Squared, in partnership with Rosie Gordon-Wallace, Founder and Director of Diaspora Vibe Cultural Arts Incubator. As members of the visual arts community here in Miami, we realize the power of the arts and collaboration; our goal is to support visual artists to mature and to think deeper through offering affordable studio space, artist exposure, and career development. We offer creativity and development workshops as part of a community outreach effort in a neighborhood that has been quietly developing an artists’ community for decades.Visits available by appointment, or check our events page for open house nights and other happenings.
4726 SW 75th Avenue, Miami, FL 33155
Im_flieger is a project by artists for artists: a research facility and developmental lab. Im_flieger operates as an independent association and is located in Vienna. Im_flieger creates since the year 2000 a free public space for dance, performance and related art forms, enabling contemporary artistic publication, discourse, research, creation, artists mobility, exchange and the growing necessity of fostering links between artists, cultural actors and creative spaces through local, national and international networking. Dance/Performance is seen in a wider scope, encompassing the broader sense of the term, which focuses on the whole process of artistic creation as a potential and medium of communication. Im_flieger supports artists actively in developing new working concepts and structures of artistic cooperation, moreover, the creation and presentation of performance art is facilitated without the pressure of common event and production practice. Im_flieger is an emancipatory model that requires awareness about the links of aesthetic, political and social perspectives, as well as an understanding about the field of tension they create in the artistic production.
Bräuhausgasse 40/Souterrains, A-1050 Vienna
Creative Mind Berlin is an artist residency program open to artists, designer, researcher, and culture related agents all over the world, who plan a temporary stay in Berlin to perform a creative project or build up a personal connection to art scenes in Berlin. The program includes: 1. Accommodations 2. Guidance to the inner circle of the art world in Berlin 3. Consulting on how to realize your project ideas by applying to exclusive resources and social facilities in Berlin 4. Suggest and introduce you to your potential project partners in Berlin 5. include your project review on our partner Art Journals 6. Manage a presentation or an artist dialog according to your residence purpose Option A (single visitor) Consultation about how to plan your stay and activities in Berlin Establish 2+ personal contacts to potential partners upon to your project Up to 5 hours assisting to collect local information regarding the purpose of your Berlin residency Manage an artist talk or an in-circle opening to present you to the Berlin art scene Free accommodation: shared room and working space with a Berlin artist Serve an initiation to merge into Berlin art networks Fee: 200 euro for the first week, […]
Bonner Str. 14, Berlin, Germany
VUNU is a cultural organisation devoted to young contemporary art. In 2018, it follows the VUNU Gallery project established in 2016 and collaborates with numerous local and foreign partners. The mission of the organisation is to provide a platform for the presentation of the contemporary creations and productions of young Slovak or foreign artists, whether in the gallery or during the audiovisual events organized by the VUNU.
Hlavná 13/20, 040 01 Košice, Slovakia
In collaboration with Inca Town hall and Inquietart artist association. We run a contemporary art festival in the center of Mallorca island. It’s a plural itinerary where one can discover different disciplines and artworks displayed in public and private spaces. The next edition will take place on April 2019. INCART was created 12 years ago in Inca, Mallorca, as an initiative of a group of people related to art. The association Inquietart and the Cultural Area of the City Council of Inca, give life to a project through an open call for creators to present their proposals for the different spaces.
Plaça sant Domingo 2, 07300 Inca, Mallorca, Spain
Gravity Seeks Love is a collaborative platform that explores the role of the artist as a curator. In particular we initiate and promote projects that explore the boundaries between psychoanalysis and art, incorporating philosophical and linguistic approaches.
Liegnitzer Strasse 34, 10999 Berlin, Germany
KaninchenHaus artist-run-organization is glad to announce the new international open call to collect proposals to organize a program of workshops for the year 2019 in the spaces of viadellafucina16 condominio-museo, in Turin, Italy. The call is addressed to artists of any nationality and discipline, experienced in teaching to other artists and interested in exploring the cultural scene of Turin, Italian capital of contemporary art, and the specific context of viadellafucina16, one of the most innovative residency programs for artists in the world. Our goal is encouraging new occasions of international mobility and mutual learning and bringing to our city the most innovative and experimental experiences in every fields of contemporary creation. To the artists who are going to apply is requested to indicate a fee for their workshop session/masterclass comprehensive of roundtrip costs from their town to Turin. Accommodation will be offered by KaninchenHaus within the condominium-museum. Workshops can last from one to three days (Friday to Sunday). They can be addressed indistinctly to professionals, amateurs or both. In case of selection, the activation of all workshops will depend on the reaching of the minimum number of subscribers in order to cover the costs. The project is supported by fUNDER35. […]
Via S. Giovanni Battista la Salle, 16 10152 Torino TO Italy
Kunstverein Familie Montez e. V. is an official art association/artspace/collective which exhibits contemporary independent art, based in Frankfurt am Main. Founded in 2007 by Mirek Macke and Anja Czioska at the Städelhofes, the „Lola Montez“ , has had at times a nomadic existence, but always a fixture of the Frankfurt independent off space scene, it now resides (since 2014) under the Honsellbrücke, in two newly renovated arches of the bridge, directly on the River Main and Osthafen. Kunstverein Familie Montez organizes group and solo shows, talks, book presentations, performances, film screenings, summer schools and music events, and since summer 2018 houses a Hermann Nitsch Archive plus documentation of Contemporary Performance artists that have been invited to the Micro Residency programme.
Vereinsadresse: KVFM – Kunstverein Famile Montez e.V. c/o Mirek Macke Honsellbrücke am Hafenpark Honsellstraße 7 60314 Frankfurt am Main
Raw Art Foundation is an independent arts collective based in Frankfurt am Main for untrained, autodidactic artists, supporting collaborative creative processes. Studio 323 AtelierFrankfurt
Atelier 323 , Atelierfrankfurt , 1-5 Schwedler str , Frankfurt am Main
Pallas Projects/Studios (founded 1996) is a not-for-profit artist-run organisation dedicated to the facilitation of artistic production and discourse, via the provision of affordable artists studios in Dublin’s city centre, and curated projects. Pallas Projects is an umbrella label for a variety of spaces, exchanges, off-site projects, exhibitions, talks, resource programmes, research and publications conceived of and put into practice over a 20-year period. Our research project and publication ‘Artist-Run Europe’ (Onomatopee, Eindhoven, 2016), included contributions from AA Bronson, Transmission Gallery, Gavin Wade, Céline Kopp & Alun Williams, and featured essays, case studies, and an index of over 500 European artist-run spaces. www.artist-run.eu
Pallas Projects/Studios, 115–117 The Coombe, Dublin 8, Ireland D08 A970
Coventry Biennial celebrates and promotes contemporary art, producing high quality exhibitions, activities and events in one of the UK’s most creative and industrious cities. This biennial festival is deeply connected to Coventry, its histories and wider context, but also retains an outward looking perspective, ensuring that the programme has wider appeal, significance and impact. Now working towards our second festival in 2019, we are also looking forward to contributing to Coventry taking the title of UK City of Culture in 2021 and we intend to play a significant part in attracting local, national and international audiences to experience the distinctive voices, rich culture and diversity inherent to Coventry. Our programme occupies unexpected sites in the city such as historic buildings, community centres, empty retail units, theatres and public spaces as well as more traditional gallery and museum spaces. This invites new audiences leading to distinctive interactions with both the works on display and the city. The biennial is artist-led, meaning that it was founded by, is owned by and is run by artists and aims to provide meaningful opportunities for practitioners at all stages of their careers, from recent graduates to established artists, with peer-to-peer development opportunities embedded into […]
Artist-run studio and exhibition space located in the old meat packing district in Copenhagen. We are interested in collaborating with other artist-run exhibition spaces worldwide. Contact through our Facebook page: https://m.facebook.com/staldgade74/
Staldgade 74, 1699 Copenhagen, Denmark
Arts Letters & Numbers (ALN) is a non-profit arts and education organization dedicated to fostering creative exchanges across a broad range of disciplines including architecture, visual arts, theatre arts, film, music, humanities, sciences, and social sciences. Operating globally, regionally and locally, ALN seeks to bring together artists of diverse backgrounds, practices and ages. It conducts programs in educational and cultural institutions worldwide, collaborating with universities, high schools, museums, theatre companies, and community organizations. In addition, the organization runs an ongoing interdisciplinary artist-in-residence program, as well as educational workshops, sessions, exhibitions and events, taking place year-round at ‘The Mill’ located in Upstate, NY.
1543 Burden Lake Road, Averill Park, NY 12018
BRASHNAR CREATIVE PROJECT Skopje, non-profit association for contemporary interdisciplinary art and ecological development, aims to engage directly in the support and creation of an environment for contemporary artistic expression and the development of an ecologically sustainable community for the purpose of enriching and conserving Macedonian culture. Goals of the association: -The organization, preparation and realization of art projects (national and international exhibitions, art fairs, art festivals, competitions, site-specific exhibitions and residencies). -To engage and strengthen the local community bond through organized public cultural events. -To introduce traditional and contemporary artistic practices to the local community to further the appreciation of the arts from diverse cultures and backgrounds. -To promote, conserve and enrich local Macedonian culture and customs. -To develop, organize, manage and produce cultural activities that encourages art, cultural exchange and ecological awareness. -To enrich the local structures by encouraging dialogue between artistic communities and other members of society. -To foster artistic development of established, emerging, and aspiring regional, national, and international artists. Brashnar Crative Project, as an artist led project from May 2 to September 30 each year, organizes an international Artist-in-Residence program BRASHNAR located in the neighborhood Hrom on the west side of Skopje, Republic of Macedonia. BAiR is […]
Panko Brashnarov 17, Skopje 1000 R.Macedonia
WE AIM TO SURVIVE! SUPPORT! ATTRACT ATTENTION! CENTRE THE ARTIST! MAKE CIVIC SPACE! Eastside Projects is an artist run multiverse, commissioning, producing and presenting experimental art practices and demonstrating ways in which art may be useful as part of society. Eastside Projects provides vital infrastructure, supports best practice and works to expand the role of the artist run space. Alongside imagining, testing and modeling a free public gallery, we are engaged in an expanded range of public activities – we make art, curate exhibitions, programme events, devise public art strategies, serve as commissioning agents, create production facilities, produce public art projects, generate and apply research, develop talent, train future art leaders and create structures to support artists locally, nationally and internationally. Our ESP programme supports and exercises new models for artists and curators to research, produce and thrive, and develops regional talent positioned in productive local and national contexts with an international viewpoint. Eastside Projects is a practice, a process and a tool. We believe in working collaboratively towards change and do so to support the cultural growth of Birmingham. Our programming aims to create active audiences by generating opportunities for deep engagement where individuals have agency and are […]
86 Heath Mill Lane, Birmingham, England, B9 4R