1. Applicants must have a minimum of 3 years’ experience or professional practice. Undergraduate students are not eligible to apply. 2. Applicants who have already participated in AIR Taipei in 2018 and 2019 are not eligible to apply. 3. Applicants may only apply for one program in the same year. Applicants who submit both individual and group applications will not be considered. 4. Applicants must have a working knowledge of English or Mandarin Chinese. 5. Applicants can be either individual artists or artistic groups with maximum 4 members. Members of a group are not replaceable and shall provide previous collaboration work samples and each member’s CV.
Number of Participants
A maximum of 25 proposals will be accepted.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
January 05, 2020 - December 26, 2020
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2020 AIR Taipei Open Call provides two different and unique artist-in-residence sites for both international and local artists of different disciplinaries: the Taipei Artist Village located at the center of Taipei City and the Treasure Hill Artist Village, a historical architectural community located by the Gongguan waterside. Since last year, the Thematic Residency Program calling for projects responded to the theme of Contemporary Meets Classical started, aiming to generate the collaboration between foreign artists and the local arts groups in Taipei. There is also a new residency opportunity focuses on projects using the medium of light that will be connected to an exhibition at the Treasure Hill Light Festival in 2020.
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