OPEN CALL | FAIR | Residency | Copenhagen | 2023
Open Call: Residency for professional visual artists residing in the Nordic and Baltic countries.
DEADLINE: 2. OCTOBER 2022
Applications for a residency in 2023 will be accepted until 2 October 2022 23:59h (CEST).
FAIR is a research residency program at Fonden FABRIKKEN for Kunst & Design (FABRIKKEN) for professional visual artists residing in the Nordic and Baltic countries. FAIR welcomes early career artists, who wish to further and challenge their practice in a generous environment of early to mid-career artists.
The FAIR residency program welcomes 3 artists a year for a duration of 3 months each. The FAIR resident receives a total stipend/grant of DKK 37.500 (approx. 5.040 EUR) to cover living expenses etc., paid return travel up to 2.500 DKK (approx. 335 EUR), shared accommodation in Copenhagen, and a private studio at FABRIKKEN. We encourage sustainable travel and are happy to advise.
The program responds to the individual artistic practice of the resident. Online meetings between the program manager and the artist will be conducted in preparation for the residency.
Applicants are asked to submit a proposal for an artistic research project. The project should contribute to developing new knowledge and insight into the field in question. The project should be new or recently initiated and of a high standard. The resident will receive active mentoring and support during the residency.
FAIR connects the resident with Danish artists and other art professionals through meetings, openings, and other professional and social events. During the residency, a public event is organized in collaboration with the program manager.
Applicants are encouraged to motivate their decision to apply for a residency in a Danish art context.
Fonden FABRIKKEN for Kunst og Design
FABRIKKEN is a not-for-profit art institution that provides studios and workspace for more than 70 professional Copenhagen-based artists and designers. FABRIKKEN is guided by the spirit of professionalism and exchange and contains a 1.000 m2 space, which is mainly used for artistic production and events.
Application procedure and criteria
To be eligible for a residency, the applicant must be a professional artist and reside in one of the Nordic or Baltic countries (Sweden, Norway, Finland, Iceland, Greenland, the Faroe Islands, Åland, Estonia, Lithuania, and Latvia). The program does not accept applications from Danish nationals or residents of Denmark.
A jury consisting of artists and curators assesses the applications.
Only applications that meet the required criteria above and respect the guidelines below will be taken into consideration.
Applicants will receive the jury’s decision within four weeks of the application deadline.
For queries, please contact mb(at)ffkd.dk
All applications must be submitted through the online application form below.
When submitting the application form, the following documents must be attached (max. 10 MB in total)
B) Presentation of the artist’s practice (max. 1 page)
C) Project proposal and residency plan (max. 1 page)
D) Updated CV with link to the applicant’s website/Instagram (max. 1 p.)
E) Image documentation of previous projects (max. 5 p.) in order of priority with relevant links (one per project)
NB! As a resident, a local artist or curator will host you in their home, and you will have access to a private bedroom but share kitchen etc. The FAIR program does not offer accommodation to anyone beyond the successful applicants (i.e., family, assistants etc.).
Please note the following guidelines regarding your application
It is advised that supporting material is stored online and can be accessed via links as mentioned above. Please ensure that the links do not expire before you have received the decision of the jury. It is advised to use tools such as YouTube, Vimeo etc., so that downloading isn’t required to access the material.
FAIR is kindly supported by Nordic Culture Point and The Danish Arts Foundation.