Kunst Raum Mitte is calling for applications for a residency program running for two months between June and August 2024 (exact dates negotiable), targeting researchers, artists, curators, writers, and other cultural practitioners. This open call welcomes both individuals and groups with a focus on archival practices. The submission deadline is April 28.


etc. gallery announces an open call for RESIDENCY for artists, curators, theorists or academics who focus on theoretical or practical research and production of the moving image.

etc. gallery systematically supports the work of contemporary artists working with the moving image, provides professional reflection on the medium and contributes to the improvement of its institutional background. In 2024, for the first time, it offers residencies with the aim of developing the contemporary discourse concerning moving image art. 

The aim of the residency programme is not to create a new audiovisual or theoretical work, but to offer an opportunity for sustainable, rigorous and concentrated work and the chance to carry out individual research. The content may include, for example, studying the moving image theory, preparation of a curatorial concept, writing a dissertation, research, preparation of a script or a new audiovisual work. At the end of the residency, an output for the public will take place depending on the nature of the research and experience basis of the residents. The project offers two month-long residencies in July and August. The residency does not include accommodation, merely a workspace and resources to carry out your own research. 


  • gallery space and the adjacent office for a period of one month (including technical equipment)
  • curatorial consultations with the team and collaborators of etc. gallery
  • production support
  • possibility of long-term collaboration
  • royalty: 25.000 CZK (paid on the basis of a contract or invoice)
  • 1st residency block: 1–31 July 2024
  • 2nd residency block: 1–31 August 2024


  • application form submitted no later than 28 April 2024
  • a brief description of the research together with the aim of the residency (1 norm page)
  • CV/portfolio
  • a final output depending on the nature of the research or experience basis of the residents (e.g. lecture, workshop, screening, work-in-progress exhibition, seminar, internal discussion, etc.)
  • a short final report on the residency

The results will be published on the etc. gallery’s website and social media no later than May 13, 2024. Selected participants and participants will be contacted via email. 

We will be happy to answer any questions you may have at mail/./etcgalerie/@/gmail/./com

SHAPE+ platform for innovative music and audiovisual art, co-funded by the European Union, announces a new open call for artist submissions for its next working period: July 15, 2024 – July 14, 2025

SHAPE+ aims to boost the careers of European artists through collaborative residencies, commissioned artworks and performances. SHAPE+ artists will be invited to festivals and venues in Europe and beyond, as well as networking and career development events. Combining an open call and a curatorial selection, the participating festivals and venues select a roster of artists to support each year.

The artists chosen for SHAPE+ should be committed to greener forms of travel when such choice is possible, and are expected to participate in collaborative residencies and one-off performances and presentations as well as publicity activities, educational events and artist meet-ups. 

Artists can see more detailed eligibility criteria in the application form.

Deadline: March 31, 2024 23:59 CET

Apply here. 

The Kunstverein Ost is announcing this year’s KVOST Stipendium, which has been awarded in combination with the Claus Michaletz Preis since 2022. The 10,000 Euros prize is established in memory of the publisher and founder of the Secco Pontanova Foundation, Claus Michaletz. The full amount of the prize money goes to the scholarship holders. Together with the KVOST scholarship, which includes an artist in residency in Berlin with a subsequent solo exhibition at KVOST, the awarding of the Claus Michaletz Preis enables further, sustainable support for the artists.

The scholarship is aimed at artists whose biographical roots lie in Central and Eastern Europe / the former Eastern Bloc.

With the grant, KVOST invites artists to trace the complex network of meanings of Leipziger Strasse / Dönhoffplatz and its surroundings or delve into other geographical and biographical aspects of the East. The works created in this process will be presented in a solo exhibition starting with Berlin Art Week in September 2024.

The application documents are now available: KVOST Stipendium
Application deadline is April 3rd, 2024.

We invite you to participate in the Integration Lab project realized simultaneously by the “Sunflower” Solidary Community Center / Museum of Modern Art (Warsaw, Poland) and Artsvit Gallery (Dnipro, Ukraine). 

The Lab is a three months (March-June 2024) program of meetings, training sessions and workshops for young artists with an experience of war and displacement. The Lab is established to offer a shared space for action and reflection as well as integration into new communities. It will give emerging artists and creators an opportunity to deepen their knowledge of art, performative activities, and collective practice. 

The Lab program will conclude with a common event realized in the frame of the public program accompanying the exhibition “TIGER IN THE GARDEN. ART BY MARIA PRYMACHENKO” at the Museum of Modern Art in Warsaw in June 2024. 

FOR WHOM: emerging visual artists, performers, creatives, and cultural workers with experience of war and displacement, living in Warsaw and Dnipro. Knowledge of English at a communicative level is required to participate in the program. In each city the group of participants will consist of 5 people selected in an open call procedure.

WHERE: Artsvit Gallery (Dnipro, Ukraine) and “Sunflower” Solidary Community Center (Warsaw, Poland)

WHEN: The Lab program will run from the end of March to the end of June 2024. Between March and June the participants will take part in 10 online and offline meetings, lectures and workshops with invited experts. All of the meetings will take place on weekends.

During the last week of the Lab program, the participants will focus on practical activities, working on the collective performative action that will conclude the project.

Participation in the Integration Lab program is free of charge.

To participate in the Integration Lab open call, please fill in this form (English or Ukrainian language) until 23:59 18.03.2024.

We will contact selected participants at the end of March 2024.

Deadline: March 20, 2024

Petrohradská kolektiv announces an open call for artists to participate in an international program Artist in Residence for the year 2024.

The resulting outcomes of the residencies will be showcased in Jedna Dva Tři Gallery of Petrohradská kolektiv complex in group show exhibition. The main theme of the exhibition program for 2024 is “Building the Present”, therefore we ask all the applicants to take this into account when submitting their projects.

Who are we looking for?

AiR Petrohradská kolektiv is open for anyone from Czechia and abroad.

The residency program with public outcome is intended for active artists and creators, who desire independence and want space and technical support for working on their projects. That’s what the Petrohradská kolektiv AiR program offers in the heart of a multi-genre cultural center in Prague. The goal of the program is creating an open platform for international artistic dialogue, interconnection of different cultures, and support for emerging artists working with diverse media formats.

  • international, local and czechartists / art collectives working in any medium

Residence is an opportunity for independent professional development, artistic exchange, networking, and experiments. Residencies are intended for creators with an interest in creative exchange and participation and involvement within Prague’s contemporary art scene. 

What do we offer?

  • Accommodation in shared apartment and a studio
  • Covering the material costs (up to 400€)
  • Artist fee 400€
  • Technical support and consultation
  • Presentation of the outcome of the residency as a part of collective exhibition at Jedna Dva Tři Gallery (or an alternative)
  • A programme of studio visits, exhibition and field trips 
  • Free entrance to all events organized by Petrohradská kolektiv

Resident´s work on their projects and actively participate in the final exhibition program of the Petrohradská kolektiv at Jedna Dva Tři Gallery. Since the year 2021 are the results of artist in residence program presented in the form of group exhibitions and their accompanying programs. The exhibitional program of 2024 consists of 5 collective exhibitions presenting the results of the artist in residence program. The artists aplying to this opencall are selected based on concept aiming for collective exhibitions consisting of artists from abroad and artists from the local scene. One of the main factors is to create a dialogue about presentation of artist´s artworks in a form of site specific installations and about the ways of presentation in direct communication with the audience. Since the outcomes of our program are mainly presenting newly created artworks, it is considered as standard that it´s form can change during the residency itself as long it is discussed with the other artist and team beforehand; the dialogue, collectivity and collaboration are very important aspects to focus on in your projects documentation. The results of the group exhibitions with accompanying programmes are experimental in it´s nature and are creating engaging topics for contemporary art scene. 

We know that a convenient working environment is fundamental, therefore we provide a shared studio with a workshop equipped with basic power and work tools with an area of 60 square meters just 30m from the apartment within the art centre compound with direct access to the courtyard. Additionally it is possible to book assisted recording session in a sound recording studio, photo/ video studio,  screen printing workshop within the building based on a request. Each project requires different technical equipment, therefore the technology needed is consulted with each resident individually.

Residency duration

Individual residencies can last from 4 to 8 weeks between May and November. Residents are asked to suggest a preferred length of stay and if accepted, this can be arranged according to studio availability and curatorial concept + schedule of exhibitions.

In the selection procedure there will be up to 10 projects accepted for a residency of duration of 4-8 weeks.

  • a maximum of 10 projects will be selected 

Successful applicants will be selected for recorded online video interviews with the residency admissions jury (Petrohradská kolektiv team and an external member), which will take place within 3 weeks after the application deadline.

Application form and more information: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1nekPTcpEy9NtwNyF8G9p3FOD6ivu_mVvWYsrQs9t8F4/viewform?edit_requested=true

Our international residency is open to any artist who does not have a permanent residence in Czech Republic. Are you interested in discovering the local scene and participating in the gallery’s residency program during the summer of 2024? The residency will end with a final solo exhibition of the selected applicant’s project. The residency is for one or two individuals due to the size of the offered accommodation.

The call is open to:

  • international artists and art collectives working in any medium

The residency will run from 1st of July till September 15th 2024. Divided into a two month long residency and two weeks of installation and preparation for the upcoming exhibition which will take place in the gallery starting in mid September 2024.

What we offer:

  • The selected candidate will get a stipend of 2 000 euros (including travel and living costs) + installation budget (up to 500 euros)
  •  Accommodation (for max. 2 people)
  • PR & promotion on social media (professional photography of the installation, posting on online curated platforms,
    video reports, articles etc.)
  • Technical support & installation assistance for the final show
  • Garage Gallery organizes professional meetings with curators, local artists and other cultural workers in order to connect the visiting artist with Prague’s art scene

Residency conditions:
The residency includes a final presentation of the artist’s work in the form of a final exhibition in Garage Gallery. We ask each resident to leave one art piece in the gallery’s collection.

Accommodation information:
We offer a free residential space for max. 2 people above the gallery space. The apartment is furnished, has two separate small bedrooms (one single and one double bed), a fully equipped kitchen and a washing machine. The shared bathroom is accessible from the hall.

Application guidelines:
To submit the application, please send the following documents in one pdf file (files sent through file transfer companies will not be accepted):

1) CV
2) Short project proposal that you would like to develop for the exhibition at Garage Gallery
3) Portfolio

Send to: residencygarage/@/gmail/./com
Subject line: Open call 2024 

Deadline: March 15th 2024

Selection Process:
We reserve the right not to notify each applicant separately about the selection process. The selected applicant/s will be notified by email and announced by April 15th 2024 on our Instagram and website.

For questions and additional information please write to: residencygarage/@/gmail/./com

The International Center for Contemporary Art MeetFactory together with Schaumbad Graz are opening a new call for applications for a three-month residency for an artist working in the territory of the Czech Republic Schaumbad Graz.

The residence includes:

  • accommodation in Graz;
  • studio in Schaumbad Graz;
  • return transport from the place of residence in the territory of the Czech Republic to Graz in economy class;
  • fixed allowance for expenses related to the residence in the amount of 2,000 euros (1,000 euros per month gross). 

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Schaumbad is a non-profit organization based in Graz that was founded in 2008 and aims to operate studios, workshops and organize events focused on the production and presentation of contemporary art. This also includes the conception, organization and implementation of artistic projects (exhibitions, performances, concerts, film screenings, workshops, symposia, etc.), publication and cooperation with domestic and foreign initiatives and institutions.

There are 23 studios and workspaces in Schaumbad, including a darkroom and a workshop with access to wood, metal and ceramics for all. The size of the studios varies from 20 m2 to 100 m2 and they are used by individual artists and collectives in all sectors.  

Between 2013 and 2018, eleven studios and a film studio were installed in the 1,100 m2 factory hall, which corresponds to the construction of three family houses. Eight studios are located in the former office spaces on the first floor and in the western wing. 

Studios are granted indefinitely after a six-month trial period, one studio is reserved for temporary use (e.g. Artist in Residence). The workshop for working with metal and wood is rented in accordance with availability to all artists.

Residency period:
The residency will take place from May 1 to June 30, 2024. It is not possible to complete the residency in multiple parts.

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • demonstrate a professional career of at least 5 years (including realized solo and group exhibitions and project proposals);
  • have completed studies;
  • have a good command of English; good knowledge of German welcome;
  • to be freed from their professional obligations for the duration of the residency.

The challenge is not age-restricted. A presentation of research results is required at the end of the residency.

The application, written in English, must contain:

  • curriculum vitae;
  • portfolio?
  • motivation letter with a maximum of 1,800 characters with motivation for the stay, possibly with a project proposal and an idea of ​​its implementation, especially with regard to the question of how the residency can benefit the applicant’s artistic practice. 

Selection procedure:
The application will be evaluated by a commission composed of the curators of the residency program MeetFactory and representatives of Schaumbad Graz.
The Commission reserves the right to reject any project without giving reasons for its decision. The commission’s decision is final and cannot be appealed.
The partner institutions reserve the right to suspend, shorten, extend or postpone the Call for Applications: Residency in Graz.

The deadline for submitting applications is January 15, 2024 inclusive. Applications sent after this date will not be accepted for the selection process.
The results of the call will be published no later than January 31, 2024 on the MeetFactory website: www.meetfactory.cz

Applicants will not be contacted by phone about the results of the procedure.

Send applications to the curators of the MeetFactory residency program, Kateřina Pencová and Piotr Sikor, with an accompanying email in English at opencall/@/meetfactory/./cz.
Put “OPENCALL Graz 2024” in the subject line

Open call for artists (2 spaces available)
Residency period (3 weeks minimum): between 25th November 2023 and 25th April 2024

Deadline for applications
for November/December: 20th November
for January/April: 31st December

Artists, theorists, writers, translators, cultural workers, art professionals & enthusiasts are welcome to apply for a residency programme at our Belgrade studio between November and April. 
The residency is self-funded, flexible and self-directed/ you can start a project, continue an existing one, do a custom research or mingle and get to know the art scene of Belgrade. Footnote centre is a community-oriented space with a strong emphasis on books, zines and self-publishing, but all other creative pursuits are welcomed and supported. 


The open call for a residency is aimed at artists at any stage of their careers who want to spend a period of time living and working in Belgrade, Serbia. Our Centre offers a calm place to live and work and a professional support in different areas of visual arts. Footnote Centre is an independent artist-run studio and a community centre situated in Belgrade. It is imagined as a space of encounters of different art practices with focus on visual arts, publishing, photography and text, curating, moving image as well as on different and informal educational formats and collaborations between individual art workers, artist collectives and cultural institutions.


Footnote centre is located in the historical part of Belgrade, near Slavija square. It is situated in a large salon apartment of 100 sqm, consisting of 2 private (residential) rooms, common studio with a library, kitchen, two bathrooms and a balcony.  It is covered with a fast Wi-Fi, and has all the essential facilities. 


The residency fee is 130€ per week. The minimum stay is 3 weeks.  
Since at this stage our programme runs without an institutional support and we are unable to provide funding for the residencies we gladly support applications for external funding/ travel grants/ living stipends etc. 


Applications are free of charge and should be made by email.
There is no application form. The email should contain a CV and a portfolio of selected projects (and optionally a research outline of the residency). The preferred dates of stay should be noted in the email. The applications should be sent to info/@/footnotecentre/./org 


for November/December: 20th November
for January/April: 31st December



U10 Art Space announces its open call for the 2024 annual program. U10 is an artist run space in
Belgrade, Serbia and supports the presentation, promotion and affirmation of young emerging artists
from Serbia, the region and abroad that work in the field of contemporary art. We also welcome
international projects. More information can be found below.

The selection is done by the U10 team consisting of: Lidija Delić, Nina Ivanović, Sanda Kalebić, Sava
Knežević, Iva Kuzmanović, Nemanja Nikolić, Jovana Trifuljesko, and Marija Šević.

To submit your application to the open call, please exclusively use our online application form:



  1. Individual exhibitions
  2. Group exhibitions
  3. Author’s / Curator selected exhibitions
  4. Short, one-day or evening presentations / Screenings / Book Promotions / Discussions / Panels or
    other events in the field of contemporary art
  5. Sound and music events
  • A major section of the program is devoted to the affirmation of young, local, yet unrecognised
    artists from Serbia and the wider region of the Balkans. Cooperation between several regional
    countries is also welcome.
  • Candidates of any citizenship can apply.
  • We welcome international submissions that through their project support the cooperation and/or
    exchange with local artists.
  • U10 is a platform that supports and promotes an innovative and experimental approach to arts and
    culture. In addition, we support transdisciplinary and interdisciplinary ideas and projects where art
    and broader scientific disciplines are expanded, intertwined, researched and critically examined.
  1. A DESCRIPTION of the project that the candidate is applying with, up to 2000 characters with spaces.
  2. CV and/or portfolio (in one PDF file, up to 5 MB).
  • Up to 10 images/visual reproductions (in JPG or PNG format, up to 10 MB in total).
  • In case that the project is not completed, is in progress, or based on time/duration, performance or
    other, please provide an additional description of the appearance and the idea of the project (up to
    1500 characters with spaces), with a preferred visualisation of the project in the form of sketches, 3D
    models or spatial visualisation.
  • Sound and video: Please send us only links to your previously uploaded videos. Please don’t forget to
    include the password if it is a private video. The links should be active until November 25, 2023!
  1. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS (list of technical equipment offered by U10 can be found below)


  1. Exhibition space
  2. PR activities (exhibition promotion via our mailing lists and social networks: Facebook event, Twitter,
  3. Available technical equipment (3 projectors, 3 media players, 2 flat screen TVs, 1 tablet, 2 sets of
    speakers, 3 pairs of headphones and basic tools)
  4. Drinks at the exhibition opening
  5. Printed material (title in wall vinyl, brochures)
  6. Transport of the works to and from U10
  7. Exhibition set-up
  8. Any additional equipment or technical support not provided by U10
  9. Travel costs and accommodation
  10. Dismantling, packing and removing works at the end of the exhibition and restoring the space to its
    original state


  • To submit your application to the open call, please exclusively use our online application form:
  • Applications sent per regular e-mail or post will not be considered.
  • One author can send multiple applications.
  • The artists commit to realising their project in the agreed period! The slots start from January 2024.
  • The deadline for entries is October 20, 2023 (including October 20 until midnight CET).
  • Incomplete applications and applications received after this deadline will not be considered.
  • The decision of the accepted projects will be made by November 25, 2023, after which all of the
    applicants will be notified by e-mail.
  • For any additional information, please write us to: u10/@/u10/./rs

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