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norrkopingair

Konstföreningen Norrköping AIR

Norrköping Air is a new international Residency program with focus on art production in the public space and its relation to the local context of Norrköping and the region Östergötland. Artists visit for a three-month period and engage with the regional art scene and its players. The program is initiated by Linköping University, Vision Forum and Verkstad Art Space. Funding: 2015-2016

   
inkonst

Inkonst and Inter Arts Center

Inkonst and Inter Arts Center (IAC) will together develop a residence program for professional Nordic artists who challenge the conventions and boundaries of particularly performing and visual arts, and give them an opportunity to work with interdisciplinary and experimental projects and collaborations. Funding: 2015-2016

   
cirkuscirkor

Cirkus Cirkör

Cirkör Lab is residency center placed at Cirkus Cirkör’s production and education facilities in Stockholm. Cirkör LAB includes circus arts practice with interaction from other art fields. Funding: 2015-2016. 

   
artlabgnesta

Art Lab Gnesta

Art Lab Gnesta is a place for creating, debating and experimenting with connections between art and society. We are interested in the relationships between art, the local community, schools, art institutions and others involved in the arts or social issues – locally, nationally and internationally. Funding: 2015-2017  Website

   
Seriefrämjandet lite

Serieresidens / Seriefrämjandet

The Comics Residence is organized by The Swedish Comics Association and offers a creative environment where artists from other countries can work side by side with Swedish artists and exchange ideas and collaborate. The residence provides a professional workspace at The Comics Center in Malmö. Funding: 2013-2014

   
Subtopia

Subtopia

Part of photo by Klara G
We offer 2 Nordic and 1 Baltic circus companies a long term residency support program over 2 years when they receive support in developing artistic concepts, accommodated rehearsal spaces, help with financing/grant writing, individualized support in production, as well as marketing, audience relations and sales. Funding: 2012-2013, 2015-2017. Web page

   
bcwt

Baltic Centre for Writers and Translators

Baltic Centre for Writers and Translators is a working and meeting place for literary professionals. The Centre has eleven studios/rooms and is open all year round. Funding: 2007-2009 Webpage

   
dansens.hus

Botkyrka konsthall

Dansens Hus Residency Programme focuses on artistic research and development, offering mentorship and expertise of staff, allowing residence holders to work in studios and/or on the venue’s small stage, free of production demands. Funding: 2010-2011. Website

   
EMS-studio-2

EMS

EMS has a state mission to be part of the composers’ and sound artists’ infrastructure by offering their six studios as a production resource for artistic work. Besides “traditional” composers, who have received training at music colleges, there are now also other artists from other types of institutions at EMS. Funding: 2010-2011. Web page

   
residens_lillith

Lilith Performance Studio

Lillith Performance Studio is an independent arena for practical artistic research, focusing on visual art performance. Funding: 2007-2009. Web page

   
malongen

Malongen Stockholm

The Swedish section of the Nordic Art Association runs the Nordic Guest Studio Malongen since 2007. The apartmet and studio is situated in central Stockholm. Artists, institutions and organisations can apply for longer and shorter residencies. Funding: 2007-2009, 2015-2016 Web page

   
residens_visby

Visby tonsättarcentrum

Visby International Centre for Composers is a work- and meeting place for composers from the Baltic Sea Region and the Nordic Countries as well as the rest of the international world of composers. Funding: 2007-2009 Web page

   
BAC.web

Baltic Art Center

BAC currently has two resident programme categories: PIR (Production-in-Residence) for international artists, AIR (Artist-in-Residence) for artists, curators and contemporary art writers from the Baltic and Nordic countries. Receieved support: 2007-2009, 2010-2011. Web page