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Lützowplatz 9, 10785 Berlin, Germany
Schierker Str. 8, 12051 Berlin, Germany
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
Mareschstrasse 1, 12055 Berlin, Germany
Schöneberger Ufer 57, 10785 Berlin, Germany
Perleberger Straße 60, 10559 Berlin, Germany
Stromstrasse 38, 10551 Berlin, Germany
Baerwaldstr. 49, 10961 Berlin, Germany
Grünberger Str. 13, 10243 Berlin, Germany
Schönleinstrasse 7, 10967 Berlin, Germany
Schönhauser Allee 28, 10435 Berlin, Germany
Müllerstraße 133, 13349 Berlin, Germany
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
KuBa: kulturbahnhof is an independent non-profit art project. With our Artist in Residence program, we want to create a specific space for inspiration, dialogue and cooperation, open to the challenges of our time. KuBa: kulturbahnhof is located on the site of a former train station in the town of Klein Warnow (Brandenburg), on the Berlin-Hamburg railway. The residency program offers artists, writers and cultural scientists a place to work, create and experiment. The interaction with this unique location is an essential element of the project. The artistic directors of KuBa: kulturbahnhof are Sharon Horodi and Cheb Mika Kammerer. The two are artists, active in the field of video, photography, performance-art and creative writing. Both have many years of experience in curating exhibitions and artistic events, community based art projects and transcultural exchange programs. Vision: A train station is a space comprised of motion and of emotions, arrivals and farewells, a place of joy and longing. Like art, the station forms the thin line between the private and public spheres. Our vision is to create within this space a place that inspires one’s own work, and invites artists to interact with one another and the place itself. KuBa – Art Residency […]
KuBa: kulturbahnhof Am Bahnhof 13 Klein Warnow 19357 Karstädt (Prignitz), Germany
EYES ONLY is a non-profit art space with the focus on an exchange of ideas and international art projects, in which the classical distribution of roles between artist, gallery, museum, curator and collector are (to be) disbanded.
Schellingstrasse 48, 81675 Munich, Germany
Berlin Sessions Residency Program is a platform conceived to offer curatorial expertise, network building and logistic support in the art sector to artists and cultural professionals who are interested in gaining an insight into Berlin’s vibrant art scene. We offer three personalized programs: Residency program, Study visit, Project management How we work Our programs and residencies are conducted in collaboration with funding bodies such as universities, art councils, private companies or foundations who, together with our staff and selected participants, first draft aims and objectives of the program and second, take care of the successful finalization of the project. Please note Berlin Sessions does not offer direct financial support. Experience Berlin Sessions is an initiative that draws from the experience of Berlinerpool, a not-for-profit platform for artists, curators, art managers and spaces of Berlin supported by a physical documentation archive of its members, that is taking shape of a research center on Berlin-based art. The team of Berlin Sessions collected knowledge in an organization of artist-in-residence programs during a former project Culturia, that has been active in the years 2005 – 2014, hosting more than 200 artists, curators, creatives from around the globe.
Anton Saefkow Platz 13, 10369 Berlin
The independent and non-commercial project initiative stay hungry was founded in 2014 in Berlin by the artists Michel Aniol and Meike Kuhnert. stay hungry was founded to provide national and international artists and creative artists a non-hierarchical, independent platform for exchange and experimentation outside of commercial structures and supports alternative and self-organized forms of presentation. Since 2016 stay hungry expanded the exhibition program by a new conceptual element and established Mobile Menu, an interventional food series, that has become an integral part of all ongoing projects. Mobile Menu aims to create various dinners interrelated to the concept and topic of the current exhibition and is served at the finissage.
Selected by Artslant Magazine as one of Berlin’s most interesting non-profit art spaces, SomoS finds meaning in a pragmatic innovative hybrid of art-presentation, production, education and reflection that engages with, and celebrates an ever-changing community; living and working together in a multi-generational, multi-cultural setting. Organizing an Artist-in-Residency program and an ambitious exhibition and event schedule, SomoS closely works with artists, organizers and curators to realize their projects. SomoS’ mission is to create an international open framework for innovative arts and creative cooperation.
Kottbusser Damm 95 10967 Berlin, Deutschland
Kleine Humboldt Galerie is a student-run initiative from Berlin curating bi-annual contemporary art exhibitions at the atrium of Humboldt-Universities main building. Past exhibitions have dealt with diverse subject matters such as educational politics, feminism, the dream of a universal language, cultures of political protest and scientific methods of visualization.
Humboldt-University, Lichthof Ost, Unter den Linden 6, 10099 Berlin, Germany