call: Arcus Project 2017 Ibaraki Artist-In-Residence (Japan)
Deadline: 20 April 2017
Call for entries
Arcus Project 2017 Ibaraki Artist-In-Residence Program
We are pleased to inform that the call for the Artist-In-Residence Program of ARCUS Project 2017 IBARAKI has been opened.
We look forward to receiving applications of artists those who have enthusiasm for realizing their creative projects at ARCUS Project.
For applying, please download Program Outline and Application Guideline first, and read them carefully.
NOTICE : The application deadline is April 20, 2017 (24:00 UTC-12)
Artist-In-Residence Program of ARCUS Project which aims to support the artistic activities of emerging artists was launched in 1994 by Ibaraki Prefectural Government as its main organizer. In its 23 years history, ARCUS Project has invited 97 artists from 31 countries / regions, and supported their artistic projects and researches during the residence. A number of previous resident artists are now known as cutting-edge artists in the international art scene.
ARCUS Project Artist-In-Residence Program has focused more on the “process” of activities. Therefore, we are looking for a project which does not regard final presentation as a goal, but tries to conduct a site-specific research / project within a certain period of time. It is also expected that the research / project is open to public for sharing the process and collaboration. The proposed projects are supposed to be temporary works with which the applied area can be returned to its original state. Since our program is aimed at promoting international exchanges, applicants should possess national of a country other than Japan. Not more than one artist will be selected from one country / region.
II. PROGRAM OUTLINE
ARCUS Project 2017 IBARAKI Artist-In-Residence Program
Period of Program
The end of August through the middle of December, 2017 ( 110 days)
** The detailed schedule is informed after it is fixed.
** Program period includes official programs, which are indicated in section IV.
The Number of Artists
3 Artists / Groups
ARCUS Project Administration Committee
(Ibaraki Prefectural Government, Moriya City, Ibaraki International association)