Coming from all disciplines, research interests, and backgrounds, artists, curators, designers – ranging from graphic and fashion to food and social design, – writers, architects, and other researchers are welcome to apply for an 11–month residency period at the Jan van Eyck Academie (Maastricht, the Netherlands) starting on 15 January 2025. Duos, collectives, and artists with child(ren) are welcome to apply.
Number of Participants
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
January 15, 2025 - December 15, 2025
- €2,000.00 material budget (one-time)
- €1,000.00 stipend (monthly)
- €65.00 application fee
- €2,750.00 program fee (one-time)
Co-Working, Darkroom, Desk Space, Film Editing Suite, Individual Studio, Installation Space, Large Format Printers, Library, Piano, Print Shop, Sculpture Facility, Stage, Wood Shop
Discussion, Group Dinners, Open Studios, Visiting Professionals, Workshops
Activists, Animation, Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Ceramics, Choreography, Cinematography, Collective, Conceptual Art, Curatorial, Design, Digital Media, Documentary, Film, Immersive Experiences, Installation, Interdiscplinary Arts, Literature, Makers, Metalsmith, Moving Image, Multimedia, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Printmaking, Public Art, Research, Sculpture, Social Practice, Textile, Theatre, Video Art, Visual Arts
Within an international group of fellow practitioners, each participant can further develop their artistic practice in depth, experiment, collaborate, and exchange. All selected participants will have access to a private studio, a monthly stipend and working budget, expert guidance from staff and (guest) advisers, a chance to shape the institute's public programme of events, access to all academy labs, departments, and facilities: the Library, departments – Art & Society, Nature Research, Research & Education, and labs – Photography & Audiovisual, Material Matters, Food, Printing & Publishing, and Future Materials. The Jan van Eyck Academie is committed to exploring the agency, roles, and civic significance of art, design, and other creative practices in relation to the climate crisis, environmental breakdown, and their manifold effects. This institutional focus aims at creating a common ground that embraces a diversity of practices and allows for a multitude of voices.
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