Nová síť has launched a programme supporting residencies for artists and cultural management teams. The programme is part of the Czech Cultural Network Nová síť funded from the Norway Grants 2014–2021.
The support is intended for the Czech based artists and cultural management teams for their artists residencies in Norway – Surnadal Billag.
Deadline: 15 April 2021
Artist residency: The programme focuses on supporting creative process and development of new projects in performing arts. A special attention will be given to projects exploring the boundaries of theatre, dance, performance, and visual arts. Each residency should result in a work in progress / intervention in space / artwork specific for the site of residency.
Manager residency: The support of cultural management teams is intended for teams which operate primarily in the area of regional cultural development. The result of the residency should include a progress report on a research theme or a report on sharing know-how with the partner organization. Research themes should be discussed with residency venue in advance.
Artists and cultural management teams operating in Norway on a long-term basis are encouraged to apply.
The call is proposed for residencies taking place from 1 October to 1 November 2021, and from 1 March to 30 April 2022. Travel expenses of four people shall be reimbursed within each residency programme (czk 1 000,- /day/person).
Manager residency shall run from 1 week to 10 days.
Artist residency shall run from 2 to 3 weeks.
The partner host residency venue in Norway is Surnadal Billag. All information about the place you can find HERE.
To apply for artist residency, click HERE; for manager residency, click HERE.
For more information, please contact Magdalena Špačková, coordinator of the ART-IN-RES programme which includes this open call, at firstname.lastname@example.org, phone +420 775 117 000.
The Czech-Norwegian residency programme shall support the total of four residencies—two in the Czech Republic and two in Norway. The residency programme is supported from the Norway Grants 2014–2021.