Open Call

FLACC Workplace for Visual Artists


With Funding
Free / No Costs
Genk, Belgium


Who: visual artists working in a variety of media and disciplines are invited to submit project proposals along the lines set out below. Where: FLACC, Genk in Belgium When:Three month period or around 90 days divided over several periods between February 2020 and December 2020 The call is open for all visual artists. Due to the diversity of our workshops, the application is open for projects in various media and disciplines. Projects with interest in artistic labour, challenging the notion of a 'workplace' or with a focus on experiment are preferable. The work period is three-month full time or around 90 days, divided in several smaller work periods between February 2020 and December 2020. FLACC offers an accommodation, a workplace, covered travel expenses as well as a small production budget.

Number of Participants

Mostly single artists attend the program, but don't hesitate to convince us otherwise.


Selection Results (Announcement Dates)


February 02, 2020 - December 18, 2020


  • €1.00 material budget (one-time)


Ceramic Facility, Computer Lab, Desk Space, Large Format Printers, Wood Shop




No meals


Visual Arts



Program Description

Every year, FLACC facilitates the realization of 10 to 12 artists' projects in Genk, in tune with the contemporary context of art making. The process-based projects are developed independently of any need for presentation, and are in most cases aimed at the realization of new work, reflection or experiment. Core concepts here are equality, cooperation, and space for experimentation.   FLACC provides practical, material and financial assistance through extended collaborations with artists. The selected artists can, in this way, count on an extensive level of long term support. They can fully concentrate on their projects, whose process-driven realization, worked out in collaboration with FLACC, is often just as important as the physical result itself. FLACC suggests that this realization is sometimes even secondary to the deployment of activities which can aid the artistic development of the artist, such as theoretical deepening, experimentation and networking.

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