On the Move: Cultural Mobility Info Network for Artists

Artists interested in gaining influences and impressions from outside cultures, by taking up an artist residency program in another country, will find many such opportunities listed on the On The Move–Cultural mobility information network site. Find details on residency opportunities in Asia and Europe — here.

For Latin America there is special focus on the countries of: Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and the Caribbean region here.

As an example of an International Residency Program hosting international contemporary artists, a new space in Dublin, Ireland, in newly converted stables, (as shown in the photos below), has a rolling deadline for artist applications here. The residency is associated with an artist run gallery.

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Transart, Your Guide to Artist Residencies

The Transart organization site provides artists with residency news and even has a map feature to help you locate residencies in specific geographic areas. Sign up on the site for the AIR newsletter to receive up to the minute email notifications of residency opportunities.

Free Crowdfunding Guide for Photographers, and 3 Residencies

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For artists are looking for residencies, here are a few interesting calls for artists to apply to a residency–via links below:

CALL FOR ARTIST SOWING SEEDS2011(INTERNATIONAL ARTIST VILLAGE RESIDENCY) RAJASTHAN,INDIA 
http://kamanartfoundation.com/programme.php
 Acme Studios International Residencies  http://www.acme.org.uk/assoc-artist-res.php

Artists Talk @ International Artists in Residency

Hi Marie,

I would like to send you few events and program below for your website.  Thanks, Beata
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Artists Talk 1. 
AIR-HMC, International Artists in Residency, Budapest 2011
MAGYAR ÍRÓSZÖVETSÉG Klubterme
Budapest VI. ker. Bajza utca 18. I. emelet
Saturday, June 11. 2011
Program:
10:30- Benjamin Page, CA — mixed media
11:15- Elaine Byrne, Ireland — mixed media
12:00- Julia Hitchcock, TX — mixed media
14:00- Michal Gavish, CA — mixed media
14:45- Pip Brant, FL — mixed media
Please join us to learn more about the artists!
An artist in residence at the HMC has the opportunity  to live and work here at the studio in Hungary . Many artists find this a valuable time to experiment and investigate new directions in their work.  Many artists come here to complete a specific project or work for a major exhibition or just to be able to work in an environment with other creative artists.
The aim of this program is to investigate and showing of contemporary art, develop theoretical and practical self-help through critical development.
HMC is 501©3 non-profit organization dedicated to promoting international art and the understanding of world cultures, through high quality art exhibitions, cultural exchanges and related educational programs. Based in Dallas and Budapest, the organization operates throughout the world.  Incorporated in 1990.
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Ferencvarosi PinceGallery, AIR/HMC & 9X12, Budapest exhibition, 2011
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AIR/HMC, Budapest – International Artist Residencies, 2011
“understanding of world cultures”
Session 4: Tuesday, August 2, 2011 – Thursday August 25, 2011
Open
Session 5: Tuesday, December 26, 2011 – Wednesday, January 11, 2012 (Artist fee $950)
Deadline: (must be received) by August 6. 2011

Beata Szechy
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com
http://www.hungarian-multicultural-center.com/beataszechysgallery/