Join us in Hungary! – Res Artis regional meeting in Debrecen, May 23-26
The main theme of the conference will gather around the notion of Horizon. Thinking of Hungary, we are reminded of one of its symbols, the national heritage of the country, the Hortobágy, The Great Plains with its unending horizon. The topics discussed at the conference will all gather around the theme of Horizon, as a scale of unending possibilities for art residencies.
Different Models of art residencies
Across the border-a geographical comparison
Mobility and its restrains
Expectations from an artists’ point of view
What is a successful art residency
Visual arts vs. other disciplines
International and EU institutions: introductions, working structures
Res Artis has three member organizations in Hungary. Two in Budapest and one in Debrecen.
The Hungarian Multicultural Center invites interested visual artists and writers to submit applications for its residency programs in downtown Budapest, Hungary. The goal is to provide a supportive community with uninterrupted time to work. The residencies offer participants a unique opportunity to interact with other artists representing a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Exhibitions and Artist Talk/Seminars/Workshops of public events organized along with the residencies. Next exhibition:
9 X 12 (22.9X30.5cm) – Budapest AIR/HMC International Artists Residencies (works in a variety of media) Ferencvarosi PinceGallery, IX. Mester u. 5. Budapest 1095 May 26 – June 19, 2011 Opening reception: May 26 at 7:00pm Opening remarks: by Peter Baky Curator: Beata Szechy – HMC
Areamodul Kft – In 1983 Modulok-ids Studio opened its office and studio in the heart of Budapest. The studio's design practice has connections with education, interior design and architecture. Their residency program aims to develop unique arts and culture at an international level in Hungary by inviting contemporary visual artists and promoting exchange with local artists and creators.
The MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Art is one of the largest and most up-to-date modern and contemporary art centres of the country and its greater region. It is located in the historical city centre, in the recently formed Baltazár Dezső Square. The three-storey gallery spreads on 4650 square metres of space. It will host the upcoming Res Artis Regional meeting from the 23rd to the 26th of May.
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Res Artis Members – Update your Profiles
It is really important that you take a moment to look over your profile page on the Res Artis website. Our new website has a different member’s profile system, resulting in a better search tool, but it only functions well if your residency’s information is re-entered. So please! Take a look.
If you have any questions about this, or need your log-in information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
What’s new in the member’s section?
12 listings of funds, grants and programs especially supporting residency programs
14 reviews of online tools especially useful for residency programs
23 reports and research, essays and books relevant to the field
Member’s Forum – start or join a conversation with your peers
Cooperation – join a fellow member in a project or apply together for a grant
What are you looking for? A Residency? Conferences?
News – In this section on the Res Artis website, you will find the latest news from Res Artis and its members regarding conferences, festivals, exhibitions, grants etc.
Upcoming Deadlines – Here you will find residencies, workshops, opportunities… deadlines and open calls directly from our members
New Residency: Medea Electronique Koumaria Residency, Greece
Where is it? Selassi, Sparta in an organic olive oil farm at the foot of Mount Taigetos in Sparta.
What is it? The artist collective Medea Electronique organizes every year, since 2009, the experimental artist residency Koumaria, which is based on improvisation and the practices of new media, taking place near the area of Sparta in Greece. Avant-garde artists from all over the world, inspired by the Greek natural landscape, create a multicultural and cross-media ‘dialogue,’ which leads to a collective presentation of an outcome.
Whats going on now? Our target with this residency is the creation of an educational experience for the participants, inspiring and exalting their future work. Through the multicultural association a cross-cultural dialogue can create new speculations or solidify older. In the past years, friendships and concepts for new artworks were formed between the residents, resulting in their further artistic cooperation. Medea Electronique, as an original art collective, is interested in the experimentation of the residency as a means of promoting new ways to work and cooperation among people with diverse cultural backgrounds. For us this experience works as a model for future creative contacts.
Where is it? ISIS Arts studios are based on a quiet square in the centre of Newcastle upon Tyne, North East England.
What is it? ISIS Arts is an artist led, visual and media arts organisation, which runs an international programme of commissions, residencies and events. ISIS Arts’ core ethos is to support artists to make critically engaged visual and media art, which is locally significant and internationally relevant, and to share the learning and relationships we gain. ISIS is committed to showing work within the public realm, engaging as wide an audience as possible in dialogue with artists and artworks, making our projects accessible to a diverse public.
Whats going on now? Currently ISIS Arts is developing a series of Nomadic Villages with partners from Austria, Bulgaria and Macedonia for artists who consider themselves to be without borders. The villages will support collaborative practice and exchange through engagement with rural communities who are usually excluded from creative discourse. The villages will be self-directed residencies during which artists will create visual artworks of social relevance influenced by their surroundings.