In Ukraine and Online
For Whom: Visual, auditory, and audiovisual artists at risk.
What's Offered: Accommodation with all necessary amenities for 2-3 months, a 3-month living grant, travel expenses coverage, workspace, and materials, among others.
Dates: October 1, 2023 – January 1, 2024.
Location: Horaivka, Bakota Hub.
Organizers: Bakota Hub, Perpetuum Mobile (PM) in cooperation with the Artist at Risk network, supported by the UNESCO Heritage Emergency Fund, UNESCO-Aschberg Programme for Artists and Cultural Professionals, The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, and the Teiger Foundation.
Application: https://bit.ly/3XDypqG. Also, send an email with the subject «residency» to email@example.com.
For Whom: Artists, preferably from the Luhansk and Donetsk regions.
What's Offered: Submit artwork related to Donetsk and Luhansk regions for participation in the collective exhibition Visions of Donbas, with an honorarium of 8,000 UAH.
Dates: Mid-November 2023.
Location: Lviv, Municipal Art Center.
Organizers: Neotodryosh gallery, Municipal Art Center of Lviv, with the financial support of the Stabilization Fund for Culture and Education 2022, the Federal Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Germany, and the Goethe-Institut.
For Whom: Artists, activists, and representatives of organizations working with youth (audience aged 15-35).
What's Offered: Funding for strategic projects (€4,000–€20,000) and volunteer projects (€1,000–€5,000).
Results: Preliminary by October 20, 2023.
Dates: Strategic projects must end until December 31, 2024, and volunteer projects — until December 31, 2023.
Organizers: Ukrainian-Danish Youth House.
Application: In English and Ukrainian.
Guide: In English and Ukrainian.
For Whom: Cultural organizations working with Ukrainian refugees.
What's Offered: Up to €40,000 for the implementation of international collaborative projects aimed at integrating people who have been displaced due to Russia's war against Ukraine.
Results: December 14, 2023.
Dates: Projects should be implemented from December 15, 2023, to July 31, 2024. Reporting deadline is August 31, 2024.
Organizers: Insha Osvita NGO and zusa (Berlin)
Application: Application / Budget Template
For Whom: Artists working in experimental art fields (media art, video, sound and music, photography and bio-art, poetry, dance, and performance); interdisciplinary researchers in humanities and social sciences with critical cultural, ecological, and political themes; organizations in the fields of arts, culture, and science.
What's Offered: Development of practice without the requirement of specific projects—free accommodation (with a partner or family) and a studio.
Deadline: 30.09.2023, 23:59 (GMT).
Dates: 1-2 months from January to December 2024.
Location: Finland, Örö Island.
Organizers: Örö Residency Program, supported by the Arts Promotion Centre Finland, the Swedish Cultural Foundation in Finland, the municipality of Kimito, and Konstsamfundet.
For Whom: Artists, critics, and curators.
What's Offered: Opportunity to experiment and collaborate, develop a network of professional connections, a $500 stipend and travel expenses coverage.
Deadline: 15.10.2023, 23:59.
Results: February 2023.
Dates: June 20, 2024 – July 15, 2024.
Location: USA, Hudson Valley near New York.
Organizers: Art Omi, New York State Council on the Arts, with support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, the Mellon Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Ruth Art Fund.
For Whom: Ph.D. holders, scholars without a doctoral degree, cultural and arts professionals, librarians, museum professionals, journalists, and public figures.
What's Offered: Monthly stipend, additional funds for purchasing literature, health insurance, and travel costs to and from the USA.
Deadline: 15.10.2023, 23:59
Dates: 3-9 months after May 2024
Organizers: United States Government, Institute of International Education (IIE)
For Whom: Professional artists with a compelling career or clear potential, interested in using technology and science in artistic practice—visual arts, media art, film, performing arts, sound art, experimental music, experimental design and fashion, literature, critical and speculative writing.
What's Offered: A three-month residency for innovative and forward-thinking projects at the intersection of art, science, and advanced technology. Practical support includes travel expenses, accommodation, and a shared studio in Lausanne, Switzerland, a monthly stipend of 1500 Swiss Francs, a production budget of up to 1500 Swiss Francs, and curatorial guidance.
Deadline: 16.10.2023, 23:59 (CEST).
Dates: From March 2024 to June 2025.
Location: Lausanne, Switzerland.
Organizers: École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), initiated by EPFL College of Humanities (CDH), supported by EPFL Pavilions, in partnership with the city of Lausanne.
For Whom: Artists, photographers, film directors, film historians and critics, dancers and theater artists, musicians and music historians, cultural heritage conservators, cultural workers, and translators of Polish literature under the age of 40, hailing from Ukraine, Belarus, and other Central and Eastern European countries.
What's Offered: A scholarship of 4500 Polish Zloty per month, accommodation allowance of 3000 Polish Zloty per month, artistic supervision.
Dates: From February 1 to July 31, 2024.
Organizers: Ministry of Culture of Poland.
Application: List of documents to submit.
For Whom: Anyone interested in studying at universities in the United Kingdom.
What's Offered: Tuition fees, a monthly stipend, travel expenses to and from the UK, arrival allowance, homeward departure assistance, one visa application cost, a grant for Chevening events in the UK.
Dates: 2024–2025 academic years.
Location: United Kingdom.
Organizers: Government of the United Kingdom.
Application: Through the website chevening.smartsimpleuk.com.