Bakelit Multi Art Center164. Soroksári Road, Budapest, Hungary, 1095 Tel: 0036/1 347 08 03
Provides international artists and curators time and creative space for work, contacts and interaction with Budapest art scene. Gives special opportunity to artists and curators whose interests lie with contemporary culture. Focuses mainly on Music, Performing and Visual Arts. Residency program is open to professionals in numerous creative fields, such as Dance, Physical Theatre, Circus Arts, Theatre, Music, Visual Arts.
BetterARTs RESIDENCY31060 Cottage Hill Road, Redwood, NY 13679 Phone: 315-482-2536
Seeking to provide artists with opportunities for exploration and growth within the context of Better Farm’s dynamic environment. Residencies are from two – four week periods. Situated on 65 acres with pond, gardens, and a 1,400-square-food studio and gallery space. Room, board, food, linens and towels, wireless Internet, and 24/7 studio access are included in a low stipend. betterArts residents are asked to interact and help with farming or participate in art-related community outreach projects.
Byrdliffe Artist in Residence Program34 Tinker St, Woodstock, NY, 12498 Tel: Tel: 845-679-2079
The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild offers month long Artist in Residence (AIR) opportunities for visual artists, composers, playwrights/screenwriters, and writers of fiction, nonfiction and poetry. Longer residencies are available for ceramic artists. Sessions are typically 4 months long (generally during the months of June, July, August, September, and October 2011) and are limited to 3 individuals. The cost per session is $350 USD. Candidates may apply for one month or up to five months.