Shtatëmbëdhjetë is pleased to announce the call for participation for the first edition of INFRARED Art Residency.
INFRARED Art Residency is a short term thematic residency that encompasses all sorts of approaches, for the purpose of the residency beyond artistic development. Young artists of all genders are invited to contribute to the theme of: social inclusion, human rights and community issues. The residency is laid out in the format of multi-day workshops, work sessions, talks and discussions. The format of the training residency will allow artists to identify a theme, work on the idea and conceptualization phase under the guidance of the mentors. Conceptualized works will be supported to be presented/ exhibited at the going local artistic intervention.
Alongside the residency program, young artists will continue working individually and explore their ideas independently. INFRARED also runs a one-to-one mentoring scheme, as an optional add-on to the residency program.

Who can apply?

Shtatëmbëdhjetë is committed to bringing together young artists of all genders and backgrounds up to the age of 29 from around Kosovo. We welcome applications from artists working in a wide range of creative disciplines, including: animation, architecture, ceramics, dance, design, drawing, film making, literature, music, new media painting, performing arts, photography, playwriting, printmaking, sculpture, sound art, textile art, video art, visual arts and those who practice a range of creative disciplines. The residency is suited towards creative individuals at various stages in their careers – up to the age of 29.

How to apply?

If you are interested in applying to INFRARED, please fill in the form below.

Deadline for application: 30 October 2019

This grant is funded by the project ‘Luxembourg support for Civil Society in Kosovo’, financed by the Government of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and managed by Kosovar Civil Society Foundation (KCSF).

This project is also supported by the Culture for Change program that is funded and managed by the European Union and is implemented by Qendra Multimedia and Goethe Institute.

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