Open Call

Gender – Fluid: Evolving Identities Chiangmai artist residency

Studio 88 Artist Residency

No Funding
Doi Saket District, Thailand


Studio 88 encourages artists from all disciplines to participate, including but not limited to: Visual arts: painting, photography, installation, mixed media, digital art, and more Performing arts: theatre, dance, performance art, multimedia presentations, and live events Literary arts: poetry, prose, spoken word, storytelling, and other written forms Film and video: documentaries, short films, animation, experimental works, and multimedia projects Sound and music: compositions, soundscapes, audiovisual collaborations, and sonic explorations

Number of Participants

There will be up to 10 available places.


Selection Results (Announcement Dates)


May 13, 2024 - June 09, 2024


  • €1,200.00 program fee (one-time)


Individual Studio, Wood Shop




No meals

Public Programs

Community Engagement , Discussion


Choreography, Cinematography, Composers, Conceptual Art, Curatorial, Dance, Digital Media, Documentary, Drawing, Film, Interdiscplinary Arts, Literature, Moving Image, Multimedia, Music, Performance Art, Photography, Sound Art, Theatre, Video Art, Visual Arts



Program Description

Studio 88 is now calling for applications from artists in any discipline who are inspired by the topic of Gender – Fluid, for a residency in Chiangmai, 13 May to 9 June 2024. Apply by 30 November 2023. We invite artists from anywhere in the world to explore the concept of gender fluidity. It is an open-ended theme that encourages artists to delve into the multifaceted nature of gender. Creatives are encouraged to examine how gender is perceived, experienced, and expressed in our society. This residency seeks to foster a dialogue on topics such as identity, self-expression, societal expectations, and the intersectionality of gender with other aspects of our lives. director, actor and dancer Thanupon Yindee (Golf). Golf is a driving force behind Makhampom Theatre Group, a community theatre group in northern Thailand. Golf is also an active member of the LGBTQIA+ community in Chiangmai. During this residency Golf will lead a sharing session in the Studio 88 space.

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