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DePOT Artist in Residence Program 2024 🏭

The DéPOT Artist in Residence (DePOT AIR) program supports creative engagements with the historical roots and lived experience of deindustrialization.

We are interested in proposals that range across the performing, creative and visual arts, are rooted in deindustrialized areas in Italy, France, Germany, the UK, the US or Canada and that speak to the impact, and legacy, of mine, mill and factory closures. (more…)

Québec-Acadie Residencies 2024 ⚜️⭐️

Fonderie Darling, Gare de Matapédia, Galerie Sans Nom, and Projet Borgitte are thrilled to announce the launch of a new artist residency program between Montreal, the Gaspésie and Acadie.

Image of the shoreline. Text: Open call for residencies for Quebec and New Brunswick Artists. Deadline May 28, 2024.

Deployed in five parts, the Québec-Acadie Residencies aims to strengthen ties between Canada’s French-speaking communities, while showcasing Acadian culture and fostering closer ties between the two provinces’ art scenes through collaboration between artist-run centers and residency spaces. (more…)

artsnb’s Artist in Residence Programs 🏠

artsnb’s Artist in Residence Program is intended for individual artists to participate in residencies and New Brunswick public or private institutions and organizations to host professional artists, and enable them to pursue specific projects relating to their creative work.

The artists in residence are also to contribute to the promotion and understanding of the arts by means of the artists’ contact with the clientele of the establishments. (more…)

artsnb Artist in Residence Program Deadline March 1, 2024 🏠

artsnb‘s Artist in Residence Program is intended for individual artists to participate in residencies and New Brunswick public or private institutions and organizations to host professional artists, and enable them to pursue specific projects relating to their creative work.

The artists in residence are also to contribute to the promotion and understanding of the arts by means of the artists’ contact with the clientele of the establishments. (more…)

Kluane National Park Residency 🏔️

Presented in partnership with the Yukon Arts Centre and the Arctic Institute of North America’s Kluane Lake Research Station, the Kluane National Park Artist in Residence Program invites Canadian visual artists to pursue work that brings together science and art through connection with the spectacular landscape of Kluane National Park and Reserve.

Artists are housed at the Kluane Lake Research Station on the shores of Kluane Lake (Lhù’ààn Mânʼ) and are given valuable time to retreat, reflect, and focus on their work with access to researchers, Parks Canada staff and scientists. (more…)

The Glenfiddich Artists in Residence 2024 🦌

The Glenfiddich Artists in Residence program offers Canadian artists a $25,000 residency prize, a chance to collaborate with other celebrated international artists, and the opportunity to live and work at The Glenfiddich Distillery in Scotland.

We annually host a small group of visual artists from around the globe, who work in a diverse array of media from print and photography to animation, performance and installation. (more…)

The Pierre Lassonde Artist-in-Residence 2025-26 🏠

The Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts at Mount Allison University invites applications to its 2025 AND 2026 Artist-in-Residence program.  This annual non-recurring residency will support research, development, and creation of a project proposed by a successful professional artist.

Artists who are engaged in visual arts, digital arts, performance, social and community-based artistic practices are invited to apply. To increase the degree of diversity within the Mount Allison community, we particularly encourage applications from (more…)

2024 Fogo Island Arts Young Curator Residency 🏠

Fogo Island Arts and The Hnatyshyn Foundation are seeking applications from young Canadian curators for a six-week residency in 2024.

Deadline: January 15, 2024

The Hnatyshyn Foundation – Fogo Island Arts Young Curator Residency provides an opportunity for a young Canadian curator to work in residence for six weeks at Fogo Island Arts, a contemporary arts venue on Fogo Island, Newfoundland. (more…)

andNow Residency ⚡️

Deadline: December 8th, 2023 | 11:59pm

Factory Media Centre is seeking submissions from multimedia and experimental film artists for our annual &NOW Production Residency & Scholarship (PR&S) program set to begin this upcoming Winter 2024!

Recognizing that our communities are still impacted by the pandemic, this year’s &NOW Residency Program structure will take on a new model. Artists will select their residency structure: in-person at the FMC gallery and studios, remote online on a platform of the artist(s)’ choice, or a hybrid mixture.

This year’s &NOW Residency term will accept three artist(s) from February to mid-March.

FMC welcome submissions from artists or artist teams working in a variety of digital or media art forms including:
Film – Animation – Expanded cinema – 360 cinema – Immersive video – Augmented reality – Virtual reality – Live coding – Electronic literature – Interactive mediums – Video games – and other forms and definitions of media artwork.

Full details are here.

ThisGen Fellowship 2024 📃

Why Not Theatre in partnership with the National Arts Centre is excited to announce the 2024 iteration of ThisGen Fellowship. Eight Fellows will be selected as part of the 2024 cohort, and applicants may apply to participate in either the Directing Stream or the Design Stream. The program will begin in May 2024 and run until August 2024 (exact dates of activity TBD).

 

Running over the course of four months, ThisGen Fellowship 2024 commences with a 1-month online paid training program featuring a faculty of internationally renowned arts leaders, followed by an in-person residency in Ottawa hosted by the National Arts Centre. Fellows will then develop a research proposal as the fellowship will culminate in a 2-week lab designed to allow each Fellow to explore and apply all that they have learned to their research question.

ThisGen is a paid training program. Each fellow will receive a fee of $8,000 CAD for their participation in the program.
Full details are here.