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Vi videreformidler her informasjon fra den østerrikske ambassade om et Artist-in-residence-program i Østerrike. Programmet er åpent for deltakere under 40 år som har utgitt minst to bøker/oversettelser. Informasjonen er på engelsk.

Call for Applications for the Artist-in-Residence-Programme 2018
Application deadline: September 18, 2017

In co-operation with KulturKontakt Austria, the Austrian Federal Chancellery makes available
50 residencies in Austria (Vienna and Salzburg) for the year 2018.
Applications can be submitted via the Artists in Residence online platform
https://work.artists-in-residence-austria.at/. The residency is designed to offer an opportunity to familiarise oneself with the Austrian art
scene and cultural environment and to make contact with Austrian artists. Residents are
expected to complete a project during their stay. In the field of cultural education, the stay
is primarily designed to foster exchanges and networking and not the realisation of a
project.
During their stay, the artists in residence will be made familiar with the art scene and
cultural environment. Activities on offer include visits at galleries, studios and museums,
contacts to the literature and publishing sector, as well as access to Vienna’s or Salzburg’s
music life. Whenever possible, the residents will receive free tickets for art and book fairs,
performances at the Tanzquartier Wien, the international ImPuls Tanz dance festival and
other events. During their stay in Salzburg, the artists in residence will be taken care of by
Kunstverein Salzburg.

There is the possibility of participating actively in the Artists-in-Residence-go-to-School-
Programme of KulturKontakt Austria (the programme includes workshops at Austrian

schools).
This call is open to artists whose permanent place of residence is outside of Austria and who
have completed their training. Austrian citizens cannot apply for this programme.
A high level of proficiency in English or German is required in order to enable participants to
engage in a creative dialogue in an international context. Participants are obliged to submit
a final report about their stay.
The age limit for applicants is 40 years, i.e. the applicants’ date of birth has to be after the
31 December 1977. If an application is submitted by a duo at least one of the artists has to
be under the age of 40.
Artists who have already participated in artist-in-residence-programmes organised by
KulturKontakt Austria, the Austrian Federal Chancellery or the Austrian Federal Ministry of
Education, the Arts and Culture are not eligible for participation.
The artists in residence will be selected by sector-specific expert juries.
When submitting an application, applicants agree to parts of their application file (CV and
examples of work) being forwarded to third parties for the purpose of organising exhibitions,
readings, concerts, lectures etc.
You are urgently requested to heed the sector-specific information on the following pages!

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Applications can be submitted for only one of the following disciplines:  Visual arts *  Art photography  Video and media art **  Composition  Literature  Literature for children and young people  Literary translation  Cultural education ***
* Applications from the sector of performing arts will not be accepted.
** For organisational reasons, the programme cannot accept applications from the film
sector (shorts, feature film, documentary, avant-garde or experimental film, etc.).
*** Cultural education. For an application in this sector please consider that cultural
educators within the meaning of this call are responsible for the pedagogic part of an
exhibition, concert, theater etc. and in charge for the communication between the audience
and the artists or the art. Cultural education can take place in a variety of settings, including
arts education in formal and non formal educational institutions and educational programs in
cultural institutions.
Length of stay varies as a function of the artistic discipline:  Residency of 3 months for visual artists, art photographers, video & media artists,
composers  Residency of 1-2 months for writers and literary translators  Residency of 1 month for arts and cultural educators

The grants are funded by the Austrian Federal Chancellery within the framework of its Artist-
in-Residence-Programme. KulturKontakt Austria acts as an advisor and provides

organisational support.

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What can be expected from the residency?  Residencies are provided in Vienna (all disciplines) or Salzburg (only visual arts,
photography, video and media arts). While requests for a specific place will be
fulfilled subject to availability, this cannot be guaranteed.  Accommodation subject to availability, either in an apartment at the Schloss Laudon
Parkdependance (14th district), a room in a flat in Vienna’s 3rd or 9th district or an
apartment at Salzburger Kunstverein in the City of Salzburg.  The assignment of accommodation in Vienna is made by the residency provider.
Unfortunately, individual preferences cannot be taken into account.  Use of a community studio in Vienna’s 2nd district, at Schloss Laudon or at the
Salzburger Kunstverein.  Contribution to cost of living expenses of Euro 800 per month. In case of absence
exceeding 7 days, a pro-rata share of cost-of-living expenses will be paid.  One-time contribution to art supplies of Euro 300 for visual artists and composers.  The costs of translation for one sample text (no more than 10 pages at 1 800
characters each) from a foreign language into German for writers.  Travel expenses as well as visa fees will not be paid nor refunded.  Accident and health insurance will be provided; insurance cover excludes chronic
disease and dental work.  For the duration of the stay and depending on the place of accommodation, residents
are provided with a mobile internet connect stick including SIM-card or WLAN for the
duration of their residency. Notebooks will not be provided.  For the duration of the stay, a cell-phone with a one-time prepaid credit in the
amount of Euro 40 will be made available to the residents.  Residents will also receive monthly passes for public transport in Vienna or Salzburg
for the duration of their stay.  Regular cleaning service for the living quarters and change of bed-linen and towels
will be provided weekly or monthly, according to the place.  A presentation of works may be arranged towards the end of the residency (subject
to confirmation).  No financial support can be provided for the production of catalogues, translations,
book releases and performances.  Residents may not bring other people (family members, friends, acquaintances, etc.)
or pets to the residency. Only residents may spend the night at the accommodation.  Neither the community studios nor the apartments are equipped for the needs of
disabled.  Compliance with the house rules of the residency is of the utmost importance.

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Sector-specific application requirements

Visual arts, photography, video and media art
The grant is designed for individuals who have completed their artist training and/or have
been working as free-lance artists for at least five years. Whereas students are not eligible
for application, post-graduate students are welcome.
For organisational reasons, the programme can neither accept applications from the film
sector (shorts, feature film, documentary, avant-garde or experimental film, etc.) nor from
performing arts.

The following application documents need to be submitted electronically via the www.artists-
in-residence-austria.at online platform within the respective deadline.

Applications by post or email cannot be considered.
An application portfolio contains mandatorily the following documents:
1. a completely filled-in application form,
2. portrait photograph (standard quality, e.g. passport picture),
3. CV and/or artist resume, (if two artists apply both must document their artistic career),
4. a motivation letter (no more than 1 page) specifying current artistic interests and
projects,
5. a description of the project planned for the stay in Austria; projects with some
reference to Austria will be appreciated (1 page max.),
6. one (1) letter of recommendation (e.g. from a university institution, an art college, a
gallery or other institution related to art and culture etc.),
7. information about all previous residencies, study visits and traineeships in Austria
within the last 5 years,
8. documentation of previous artistic work (portfolio), meaning a representative cross
section of no more than 10 pages (no catalogues, no photo books, no posters, no
originals!); in case of video and media artists: no more than 1 DVD with a max.
presentation time of 10 min.
Applications can be submitted as of now until no later than September 18, 2017, 24.00,
upon registration at www.artists-in-residence-austria.at. The electronic timestamp will be
used to determine whether the submission was within the deadline (Central European
Summer Time – CEST).
Jury meetings will be held at the end of October. The jury shall only consider complete
applications.
Applicants will be informed in writing of the receipt of their submission and of the result of
the jury meeting. Reasons given by the jury will not be communicated.

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Please address queries to
Charlotte Sucher
application@artists-in-residence-austria.at Telephone queries under 0043 (0)1 53115 – 206860.
www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at
www.kulturkontakt.or.at
www.artists-in-residence-austria.at

Literature, literature for children and young people, literary translation
The grant is addressed to writers with at least two published works, as well as to literary
translators who have completed their training and have published at least two literary
translations (students are not eligible). Translators are only eligible if they translate Austrian
literature into a foreign language.

The following application documents need to be submitted electronically via the www.artists-
in-residence-austria.at online platform within the respective deadline.

Applications by post or email cannot be considered.
An application portfolio contains mandatorily the following documents:
1. a completely filled-in application form,
2. portrait photograph (standard quality, e.g. passport picture),
3. CV and/or artist resume, including a detailed list of publications or translations,
4. a motivation letter (no more than 1 page) specifying current artistic interests and
projects,
5. a description of the project planned for the stay in Austria; projects with some
reference to Austria will be appreciated (1 page max.),
6. one letter of recommendation (e.g. from a publisher, an editor, an author, a
university institution or other institution related to art and culture etc.),
7. information about all previous residencies, study visits and traineeships in Austria
within the last 5 years,
8. a representative selection of texts or translation samples (10 pages max., sorted,
clearly legible photocopies). The texts need to be submitted in German or English
translation (do not send courtesy copies of publications!).
Applications can be submitted as of now until no later than September 18, 2017, 24.00,
upon registration at www.artists-in-residence-austria.at. The electronic timestamp will be
used to determine whether the submission was within the deadline (Central European
Summer Time – CEST).

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Jury meetings will be held at the end of October. The jury shall only consider complete
applications.
Applicants will be informed in writing of the receipt of their submission and of the result of
the jury meeting. Reasons given by the jury will not be communicated.
Please address queries to
Charlotte Sucher
application@artists-in-residence-austria.at Telephone queries under 0043 (0)1 53115 – 206860.
www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at
www.kulturkontakt.or.at
www.artists-in-residence-austria.at

Composition
The grant is addressed to composers who have completed their training and/or have been
working as composers for at least five years. Whereas students are not eligible for
application, post-graduate students are welcome. In case they are accepted, applicants need
to be ready to compose a piece for an Austrian ensemble. A performance during the
residency cannot be guaranteed.
Musical instruments and electronic equipment cannot be provided. If notified to the
organisers well in advance, a recording studio may be made available for several hours.
The organizers ask applicants for their understanding that musical exercises above room
volume are only possible in the community studio of Schloss Laudon. Instruments taken
along must be announced ahead of the residency.

The following application documents need to be submitted electronically via the www.artists-
in-residence-austria.at online platform within the respective deadline.

Applications by post or email cannot be considered.
An application portfolio contains mandatorily the following documents:
1. a completely filled-in application form,
2. portrait photograph (standard quality, e.g. passport picture),
3. CV including a detailed list of works and performances,
4. a motivation letter (no more than 1 page) specifying current artistic interests and
projects,
5. a description of the project planned for the stay in Austria (1 page max.),
6. one letter of recommendation (e.g. from a university institution, a music college, an
orchestra, a music ensemble, institution related to art and culture, a concert
organiser, etc.),

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7. information about all previous residencies, study visits and traineeships in Austria
within the last 5 years,
8. documentation of previous work as a composer (max. 2 exemplary scores, optionally
one CD of a performance of one of these compositions; in case of electro-acoustic
works please submit the score usually used in this medium; graphic scores are
admissible).
Applications can be submitted as of now until no later than September 18, 2017, 24.00,
upon registration at www.artists-in-residence-austria.at. The electronic timestamp will be
used to determine whether the submission was within the deadline (Central European
Summer Time – CEST).
Jury meetings will be held at the end of October. The jury shall only consider complete
applications.
Applicants will be informed in writing of the receipt of their submission and of the result of
the jury meeting. Reasons given by the jury will not be communicated.
Please address queries to
Charlotte Sucher
application@artists-in-residence-austria.at Telephone queries under 0043 (0)1 53115 – 206860.
www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at
www.kulturkontakt.or.at
www.artists-in-residence-austria.at

Cultural education
For an application in this sector please consider that cultural educators within the meaning
of this call are responsible for the pedagogic part of an exhibition, concert, theatre etc. and
in charge for the communication between the audience and the artists or the art.
Cultural education can take place in a variety of settings, including arts education in formal
and non formal educational institutions and educational programmes in cultural institutions.
In the field of cultural education, the stay is primarily designed to foster exchanges and
networking and not the realisation of a project.
Applicants need to establish proof of previous experience and/or work of several years in
this sector.

The following application documents need to be submitted electronically via the www.artists-
in-residence-austria.at online platform within the respective deadline.

Applications by post or email cannot be considered.

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An application portfolio contains mandatorily the following documents:
1. a completely filled-in application form,
2. portrait photograph (standard quality, e.g. passport picture),
3. CV or description of professional career as a cultural educator,
4. a motivation letter specifying current artistic interests and projects as a cultural
educator (no more than 1 page),
5. a description of the expectations as to the benefit of the residence period regarding
contacts and networking as well as future projects (not more than 1 page)
6. one letter of recommendation (e.g. from an institution related to art and culture, a
festival, an art trade fair, an educational institution, etc.),
7. information about all previous residencies, study visits and traineeships in Austria
within the last 5 years,
8. detailed documentation of completed or ongoing projects, meaning a description of
the educational activity of no more than 10 pages (no catalogues, no photo books, no
originals!), no CDs or DVDs.
Applications can be submitted as of now until no later than September 18, 2017, 24.00,
upon registration at www.artists-in-residence-austria.at. The electronic timestamp will be
used to determine whether the submission was within the deadline (Central European
Summer Time – CEST).
Jury meetings will be held at the end of October. The jury shall only consider complete
applications.
Applicants will be informed in writing of the receipt of their submission and of the result of
the jury meeting. Reasons given by the jury will not be communicated.
Please address queries to
Charlotte Sucher
application@artists-in-residence-austria.at Telephone queries under 0043 (0)1 53115 – 206860.
www.kunstkultur.bka.gv.at
www.kulturkontakt.or.at
www.artists-in-residence-austria.at