call: Art Junction residency in India
Deadline: 10 May 2020
Call for entries
Art junction announcing the Open Call for international artist residency in tribal village badanga, udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
Deadline for application: 10 May 2020
Session: 11th September – 30th September 2020
Session: 6th October – 25th October 2020
Session: 1th November – 20th November 2020
Session: 26th November – 15th December 2020
Session: 5th January 2021 – 25th January 2021
Session: 1st February 2021 – 20th February 2021
Session: 24th February 2021 – 15th March 2021
Working language: English, Hindi
This year Grants are not available at present. 10 artists will be select every session.
Garden – large open space for Installation
Land Art, site specific work, Public Art
for performance artist help for where they want
Sculpture – for artists wishing to work with stone: red, black or white mix granite, sandstone and white or pink, green marble available for minimal charge and all kinds of Tools is available. Painting and graphics – all kinds art materials available. Collaboration with local artists and villagers possible.
We arrange contact with relevant professionals as art historians, curators, local artists, as well as curatorial supports to identify and secure materials (at artist cost), Marketing and publicity through local media, If interested you could attend seminars and meet with the staff and students at the Faculty of Visual Arts, Mohalala Sukhadia University Udaipur.
Artist responsible for:
$500 USD Residency fee
Our organization will provide:
Vegetarian Meals ( breakfast, lunch, dinner included)
First aid kit (medical box)
Accommodation: Self-catering accommodation, own Eco-bedroom\tent with attached bath. basic kitchen, living area, roof terrace , electricity, water, bed sheets and cleaning services included.
Application criteria: Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis, artists will be selected subject to motivation, work sample and availability.
It is compulsory for the artist to arrange his/hers own insurance to cover any possible accident, loss or damage (including but not limited to health insurance and general liability insurance) during their stay in India. It does not cover travel, visa, materials, entertainment and insurance.
Works, equipment or materials, of any description, are brought to, used and left on the premises entirely at the owner’s risk.