Deadline: January 16, 2023
The Artslink International Fellowships 2023 are now accepting applications. This program focuses on the urgent need to address climate change and human rights. Submit yours now!
Candidates whose social practices aim to actively engage communities on issues relating to the current climate emergency and human rights given preference by the ArtsLink International Fellowship program.
They will aggressively support artists and cultural leaders whose work contributes significantly to raising public knowledge, comprehension, and engagement with environmental and/or social justice concerns.
- An initial honorarium provided by ArtsLink International Fellowships awards to Fellows and US hosts to cover the costs of the research residency. Support for the following project also provided in the US to cover visa and travel expenses, living expenses, health insurance, and up to 50% of the project’s production costs.
- Contemporary artists, curators, and arts leaders whose work is influenced by social practice or community engagement procedures eligible to apply to CEC ArtsLink.
- Candidates must be nationals of one of the nations in their network. Please get in touch with CEC ArtsLink personnel if you are temporarily residing outside the area to discuss your eligibility.
- There are no restrictions on age.
- Candidates must speak English well enough to get by on their own in the US.
- Research scholars, non-professionals, and undergraduate students are not eligible.
- Artistic directors and curators must be employed by a non-profit arts organization or be independent, freelance artists.
- Artists looking to work for businesses not eligible. Similarly, Previous ArtsLink International Fellows not eligible to apply again.
Applicants must be citizens of one of the following countries:
Afghanistan, Albania, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Egypt, Estonia, Georgia, Hungary, Israel, Kazakhstan, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Moldova, Mongolia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Palestine, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovak Republic, Slovenia, Syria, Tajikistan, Turkey, Turkmenistan, Ukraine, Uzbekistan
An independent review panel made up of experts in the arts will assess each application for an Artslink International Fellowships 2023 using the following standards:
- the applicant’s work’s brilliance in terms of art or vocation experience and a demonstrable dedication to discourse and community engagement
- Possibility for the applicant to engage in dialogue with the host communities in the course of creating or refining their work Benefit to the applicant at this point in their career from engagement with US artists, arts organizations, and the US host community
- Plans of the applicant for distributing the advantages of the exchange to cultural institutions and artists in their country of residence
- The capacity of the applicant to successfully navigate cross-cultural challenges
For further information, visit Artslink