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Find out about our locations for residencies:

Antre Peaux has the vocation to propose to all, poly, inter and trans artistic interventions, accompanied by the artists of its choice, from local to international and vice versa, to :

  • Participate in all forms of creation, production, programs and develop artistic creation in multiple ways
  • Encourage the emergence of innovations through the production of objects of artistic research
  • Work towards a better shared cultural development, diversity and cultural democracy, by promoting access to culture for everyone and by everyone,
  • Establish itself as an arts resource centre

Antre Peaux also intends to meet the needs of the territory through:

  • Sharing tools and resources for the benefit of projects of local and regional interest and beyond
  • Transmitting knowledge and skills of everything that participates in the artistic and cultural processes

Ars Electronica Future Lab and Festival

Impakt Works residencies take place at Impakt in Utrecht, The Netherlands. The call is open to international artists and artists from the Netherlands. Each residency period lasts two months. The residency includes: accommodation, a studio, basic technical facilities and equipment.

Image by Miran Kranar.

KONTEJNER residencies for the European Media Art Platform project are organized in collaboration with two prominent Croatian institutions, the Academy of Fine Arts in City of Zagreb and the Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in City of Rijeka. The artist may choose either city for their residency.

LABoral is a multidisciplinary institution which produces, disseminates and fosters access to new forms of culture rooted in the creative use of information and communication technologies (ICT). LABoral has been working in crossovers between arts, science and technology since its creation in 2007. The hybrid nature of the institution is seen through its focus on production, a practice that involves an intense knowledge exchange amongst professionals from different disciplines with a common objective. In this context, the collaboration with all these professionals has always been a new challenge, due to the differences and similarities between practices. Thus, this experience is to be shared, agreed and formalized, with similar hybrid institutions through the production of various research projects and related activities. 

m-cult's EMAP residencies are organised in collaboration with the lovely Eläintarha residency in a wooden villa from 1889, located in a park in central Helsinki. The villa has individual rooms for artists, shared kitchen and spacious living room with a balcony.

Image by Ioanna Chatziandreou.

Onassis Stegi is a cultural space in Athens hosting events and actions across the whole spectrum of the arts from theatre, dance, music and visual arts to digital and hybrid art, with an emphasis on contemporary cultural expression, on supporting Greek artists, on cultivating international collaborations and on educating children and people of all ages through life-long learning.

For many years already RIXC has worked on the edges of art, science and digital technologies, actively developing collaborations in Baltic-Nordic region. By opening up new residencies and exhibition opportunities for artists, working with science and digital technologies, RIXC aims to support new knowledge creation and innovative artistic productions.

Based in Halle in East-Germany, South of Berlin, the Werkleitz-Centre for Media Art facilitates the production and presentation of new media art projects encouraging social and artistic issues.

Werkleitz produces film and media art festivals and other events in various formats, including the Werkleitz Festival, a monthly changing programme of film and video art in public space and offers technical support (facilities)  to local artists and filmmakers, as well residencies to international artists active in media and digital arts.

The WRO Art Center was opened in 2008 by the WRO Center for Media Art Foundation, Poland’s first institution working at the intersection of contemporary art, media and communication. Our original exhibition, educational, research and publication programs are based on experimental arts and organization practices. Culminating in Polish and international projects, they showcase the creative potential of new technologies and explore the innovative relationships of image, sound and perception in the context of contemporary art and cultural reflection.

The WRO Art Center shares much of its history with the WRO new-media festivals. From their inception in 1989, the WRO festivals have been dedicated to audiovisual art created using electronic media. Since 1993 the WRO festivals have been held every two years, and in 1995 their name was changes to the WRO Media Art Biennale, with its 18th edition of 2019.