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posted Feb 19, 2018, 4:32 PM by Joonsung yoon

Deadline to apply: 15 March 2018

Applications are now being accepted for the 2019 Scientific Delirium Madness Art/Science Residency, bringing together artists and scientists for a monthlong retreat in the Santa Cruz Mountains of California. Over the course of the residency, artists working in a variety of media will work closely with scientists working in various disciplines to explore and transform the boundaries of art and science. The Scientific Delirium Madness Art/Science Residency is a collaborative initiative of Leonardo/ISAST and the Djerassi Resident Artists Program. Find out more

IMéRA : Call for applications 2017-2018

posted Sep 20, 2016, 5:50 PM by Joonsung yoon

France, Residency providing everything (monthly stipends, free accommodation, transport fees) Digital Crafts Residency in Barcelona

posted Sep 20, 2016, 5:49 PM by Joonsung yoon

OPEN CALL Digital Crafts
Residency in Barcelona

Our Renewable Futures has launched a call for residency on digital crafts: the call will consider projects working with anything that has to do with fabrication-manufacturing, crafts, DIY, digital or computerised materialisation, 3D printing, among others, that need to carry out a phase of research, development, prototyping or production. DeadlineOctober 10apply here. 

The project is funded by a research grant from Stockholm University School of Business

posted Oct 5, 2011, 6:00 AM by Hyunkyoung Cho

Call for 40 young research assistants for international research project

Tony Fang, PhD, Professor of International Business at Stockholm University, Sweden has the pleasure of recruiting 40 young research assistants to participate in his research project “Yin Yang – A New Perspective on Culture” during 2012-2013.

The project is funded by a research grant from Stockholm University School of Business with a number of activities planned including a sponsored travel to Sweden for an intensive global cross-cultural management workshop in the middle of 2012. The 40 young research assistants are expected to come from 40 different countries each of who meet the following criteria:

1. You are currently a PhD candidate or have recently obtained a PhD within a social science discipline (e.g.,management, business, communication, political science, sociology, psychology, anthropology, English literature, and so on); ideally you are under 35 years of age.

2. You have a burning interest in society, culture, human behaviour, language, political institutions, international relations, international business, and globalization;

3. You have intimate indigenous knowledge of your country/national culture and you of course speak the main local language as your mother tongue;

4. You have very good command of English and you have a proven record of conducting academic research;

5. You are expected to come from one of the following countries: Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Egypt, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, India, Iran, Israel, Italy, Japan, Madagascar, Mexico, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Russia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovenia, South Africa, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, The Netherlands, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, UK, USA.

Even if you do not come from the above countries you are welcome to contact us if you are interested.

Applications with the following materials shall be submitted to latest by November 1, 2011 (If needed, more information can be provided by Professor Tony Fang Tel: +46 8163063):
1. Your short CV;
2. Two recommendation letters from academics;
3. Two articles you have written/published which illustrate your academic writing style; and
4. A short essay (three A4 pages) giving your reflection of the five articles in the references list (Fang, 2003, 2005-
2006; Fang, 2012; Fang & Faure, 2011; Tung & Verbeke, 2010).

Fang, T. 2003. A critique of Hofstede’s fifth national culture dimension. International Journal of Cross Cultural
Management, 3(3): 347–368.
Fang, T. 2005-2006. From “onion” to “ocean”: Paradox and change in national cultures. International Studies
of Management & Organization, 35(4): 71-90.
Fang, T. 2012. Yin Yang: A new perspective on culture. Management and Organization Review (Forthcoming).
Fang, T. & Faure, G. O. 2011. Chinese communication characteristics: A Yin Yang perspective. International
Journal of Intercultural Relations, 35(3): 320-333.
Tung, R. L. & Verbeke, A. (2010). Beyond Hofstede and GLOBE: Improving the quality of cross-cultural research.
Journal of International Business Studies, 41(8): 1259-1274.

아르코 레지던스 디렉토리

posted Sep 13, 2010, 9:31 PM by Yonggeun Kim   [ updated Sep 14, 2010, 1:44 AM ]

아르코에서 발간하는 온라인 레지던스 디렉토리 다운 받는 주소입니다.

KWW 예술·학문·경제 거주장학금

posted May 22, 2010, 6:57 AM by 아앜으앜

독일 (Germany)-쉐핑엔 (Schöppingen)
온라인접수 바로가기
KWW 예술·학문·경제 거주장학금은 예술과 학문, 경제 분야의 경계를 넘나드는 간학문적 프로젝트를 지원하기 위해 2008년 처음 시작되었다. 이 프로젝트는 노르트라인 베스트팔렌 주 정부의 시범 프로젝트로서 참가 대상은 전세계의 예술가, 연구자 및 경제 분야 종사자이다. 참가자는 최대 3개월의 거주 기간동안 시각예술과 경제학 또는 학문과 연관된 프로젝트를 진행하게 되며, 지원금과 거주지를 제공받는다.
대상 : 간학문적 연구 프로젝트를 진행하고자 하는 전세계의 예술가 및 학문·경제 분야의 연구원, 학자, 전문가
세부분야 : 회화, 그래픽, 사진, 비디오, 플라스틱, 조각, 설치, 오브제, 퍼포먼스, 참여예술, 혼합매체, 음향예술, 인터넷 아트, 간학문적 예술, 예술 연구, 일반 학문, 경제학 등
프로젝트 주제 예시
시각예술·커뮤니케이션 이론·사회학 : 가상과 현실 세계의 차이를 좁힐 수 있는 하이브리드적 형식을 연구하는 프로젝트
생태학·에너지·예술 : 환경 보호 문제에 있어서 미학의 문제 및 에너지 재생
미래학·시각예술·문학 : 픽션이 어떻게 삶의 새로운 양식을 예상할 수 있는가
조경 건축 및 도시 환경 디자인 : 예술, 건축 및 식물학의 융합
예술사와 공교육의 틀 안에서 이루어지는 예술 교육에 대한 새로운 접근
인식의 문제 : 예를 들어 시각예술과 심리적 인식론, 신경정신학 또는 시각예술과 의학이 특정한 치료 형태를 통해 협동할 수 있는 방법에 대한 연구
미학의 문제 : 과학과 예술에서의 미(美)에 대한 문제제기와 연구
컴퓨터 게임 속의 새로운 아이디어들과 이 영역에서 예술의 성과 및 개입이 갖는 함축적 의미에 대한 연구
 장학금 : 매월 1025 EUR
 모집인원 : 6명


posted Jan 25, 2010, 4:32 PM by Hyunkyoung Cho

"Writing-Up" Predoctoral Fellowship

The Max Planck Institute for the History of Science, Berlin (MPIWG) offers

four six-month predoctoral fellowships

for outstanding students in the final stage of completing their dissertations. Dissertation topics should be related to an ongoing research project (see website below) in Department II (Director: Prof. Lorraine Daston).

The fellowships are open to doctoral candidates of all nationalities and disciplines, except those who have already received three years of Max Planck Society predoctoral fellowship funding. Department II holds a bimonthly colloquium in English, and candidates are expected to be able to present and discuss their work in that language. Applications, however, may be submitted in German, French or English.

Two fellowships run from 1 August 2010 to 31 January 2011, and two others from 1 February to 31 July 2011. The monthly stipend is 1365 €.

Applicants should submit the following materials:

1. Curriculum Vitae and list of publications

2. Brief (maximum 750 words) description of dissertation, in which its relevance to an ongoing MPIWG-Department II research project is made clear.

3. A letter of recommendation from the dissertation advisor endorsing the candidate and confirming that the dissertation will with high probability be completed within the term of the six-month fellowship. This letter may be sent separately.

Applications should be sent by 8 March 2010 to:

Max-Planck-Institut für Wissenschaftsgeschichte
Verwaltung – Predoc II
Boltzmanstr. 22
14195 Berlin

Electronic submission is also possible: Claudia Paaß, Head of Administration

Project descriptions are to be found under Department II.

Questions concerning stipends and the MPIWG should be addressed to the MPIWG Research Coordinator, Jochen Schneider.

Contact in Department II: Fernando Vidal.

Applications from women are especially welcomed. The Max Planck Society is committed to employing more handicapped individuals and encourages them to apply. Candidates may expect a decision by 2 April 2010.

Funware Shared Artist in Residence (Amsterdam, Eindhoven, Bergen) – deadline 23 April 2010

posted Dec 6, 2009, 9:13 AM by Yonggeun Kim

Funware Shared Artist in Residence:
Netherlands Media Art Institute, Amsterdam (NL)
BALTAN Laboratories, Eindhoven (NL)
Piksel, Bergen (NO)


BALTAN, NIMk and Piksel have launched an open call for proposals as part of the exhibition project Funware. We are looking for interesting new software art projects that can be developed in the period of June – November 2010 through a shared residency. The new work developed during the residency will be presented in the Funware exhibition at MU in Eindhoven, at HMKV in Dortmund and as part of the Piksel festival 2010.

This residency is a collaboration between three labs, based on a desire to investigate the ways and potential of working within a network of labs that support the exchange and sharing of resources and knowledge. The form of this collaboration aims to provide the most specific and relevant support to artists working on art and technology projects in residence. Knowing the capacities and competences of each lab/organisation, the residency exchange will offer targeted support (in the form of resources, space, technical support, local context and time) to be provided at different stages of the research and development of the project specific to each organisation. Off- and online dissemination of form and content via this partnership and the building of structural relationships are crucial to the collaboration.


Funware, conceptualised by Olga Goriunova (, is an exhibition about the fun in software. Making and using what has become known as software is experimental, humorous, and eventful. However improbable it might sound for today’s all encompassing dullness of forms, databases, schedules and processors, “fun” has informed and guided the development of software from its very inception. The rise of net art and the changes the Internet and desktop computers brought to culture gave rise to software art at the turn of the millennia. Performed by amateurs, artists, alternative coders or professional programmers for “fun”, software art as an aesthetic practice questions, tangles and experiments with the materiality of software has subsequently lost its visibility again, as attention is turned to the social web and software applications for third generation mobile phones, which all harness some of the energies constitutive of aesthetic software. Funware reflects on the history of engagement with software, that demonstrates its non-industrial, non-professional, non-commercial, or non-academic character.

The exhibition demonstrates the trajectory of humour and affect as constitutional to software and computing. The exhibition aims to make such an ‘obscure’ technological object as software, open, palpable and approachable, bridging a gap between ‘serious’ production such as technology and ‘non-serious’ production such as different forms of art. The exhibition has a few distinct threads: games; ASCII; code art; a few vectors of AI; computers in popular culture; spyware, conceptual software, hardware modification, hacker/virus approaches, sound, software modification, pranks, participatory web. And as software is intertwined with the hardware it runs upon and the networks that construct the society in which it rules, the exhibition features a lot of projects dealing explicitly with computer hardware or the materiality of hardwareas well as engaging projects experimenting with sound.

We offer:
- Residency period at each of the different labs (residency time at location will be project dependent) in the period of June – November 2010. Specific dates at each location are to be determined in collaboration with the selected artist.
- Artist(s) fee.
- Production budget (including support of travel and accommodation, accommodation is not provided for in Amsterdam).
- Presentation of the project in the Funware exhibition in Eindhoven (MU) and Dortmund (HMKV).
- Public presentation of the results of the artist’s research at BALTAN Laboratories, NIMk and Piksel;
- Support for the documentation of the research and final work, and dissemination of this documentation.

- Proposals are welcome from professional artists worldwide;
- The concept should fit within the theme of the exhibition Funware, in which it will be presented;
- The work should be created using free/open source software;
- The artist should have experience working in collaborative settings with people from different disciplines;
- The artist must be willing and able to travel to Eindhoven, Amsterdam and Bergen for residency periods (exact dates and period will be made in accordance with the artist);
- The artist must be willing to openly and thoroughly document the artistic process.

What are we looking for:
- Outline of the concept underlying the work that you wish to develop (200 words max).
- General outline of the scope of the final work (200 words max – please include visual sketches).
- Outline of the research and development plan for the work (250 words max)
- Motivation for why you would like to work in the context of this particular residency as well as an overview of your interest in the technologies mentioned above (250 words max).
- Indication of your planning divided between the three labs, i.e. what would you like to develop where.
- Up-to-date CV including links to previous work.

Please send your submission to
Deadline for submission is Friday 23 April 2010.

The candidate is chosen by representatives from the three partner organisations. Applicants will be informed by May 10th.


Netherlands Media Art Institute (Amsterdam, NL)

The Artist in Residence (AiR) programme at the Netherlands Media Art Institute supports the exploration and development of new work in digital/interactive/network media and technology based arts practice. The residency provides time and resources to artists in a supportive environment to facilitate the creation of new work that is produced from an open source perspective. We encourage a cross disciplinary and experimental approach. This is a practice based residency designed to enable the development and completion of a new work. The Netherlands Media Art Institute offers an open environment with technical assistance and an active advisory board which will give feedback and support in technical, conceptual and presentation issues. There is access to studio and exhibition equipment, technical support from the Institute's staff and production help from interns. We expect the artist to have knowledge and insight in the technical realisation of the concept.

BALTAN Laboratories (Eindhoven, NL)

BALTAN Laboratories initiates, supports and disseminates innovative research and development activities in the field of art, technology and culture. A two-year pilot initiative located in a space of 500 m2 at Strijp S in Eindhoven, it is a first step towards a broader Art Science Lab in the former NatLab (Philips physics laboratory). BALTAN is a laboratory in-the-making that aims to ‘do things differently’, providing space, a critical framework and support for artistic research into technological culture. The pilot phase is intended to develop a radical and sustainable identity for the laboratory of the future in relation to the current state of technological art and culture, and the total context of BALTAN Laboratories (including its local context, history and peers). The Funware residency exchange with NIMk and Piksel in 2010 is an integral part of this research. BALTAN offers an open and flexible residency context in which we dialogue closely with the artist throughout the development of their project. Interaction with other research projects being undertaken at BALTAN is key to all residencies at BALTAN. We provide support for documenting, disseminating and reflecting on the research process and results of the residency, and offer a unique local context in which to work. BALTAN’s core team includes four artistic advisors: Marc Maurer (Maurer United Architects), Geert Mul, Gideon Kiers and Lucas van der Velden (Telcosystems).

Piksel (Bergen, Norway)

Piksel is an annual event for artists and developers working with free and open source software, hardware and art. Part workshop, part festival, it is organised in Bergen, Norway, and involves participants from more than a dozen countries exchanging ideas, coding, presenting art and software projects, doing workshops, performances and discussions on the aesthetics and politics of free and open source software.
The development, and therefore use, of digital technology today is mainly controlled by multinational corporations. Despite the prospects of technology expanding the means of artistic expression, the commercial demands of the software industries severely limit them instead. Piksel is focusing on the open source movement as a strategy for regaining artistic control of the technology, but also a means to bring attention to the close connections between art, politics, technology and economy.

Netherlands Media Art Institute
Keizersgracht 264
1016 EV Amsterdam
T 020 6237101
F 020 6244423

Media Art Platform:

Vermont Studio

posted Aug 28, 2009, 11:17 PM by 아앜으앜   [ updated Jan 7, 2010, 1:47 PM ]

안녕하세요 다들 잘지내시죠. 방승애입니다.
사이트를 통해서 인사드립니다. 저는 지금 버몬트에 잘 도착해서 레지던시 생활을 잘하고 있습니다. 뉴욕에서 열흘 매우 바쁘게 정신없이 지내다가 버몬트에 왔습니다.
날씨때문에 비행기가 취소되어 12시간 동안 공항에서 계속 기다리다가 겨우 도착했어요.
스튜디오에 와보니 10시간이나 비행기를 기다리느라 다음날에 도착한 사람이 많았습니다.
운이 좋게도 공항에서 만난 친절한 아주머니(이름은 Louise)가 버몬트에 살더군요. 저와 Louise는 결국 새벽에나 버몬트 공항에 도착했습니다. 새벽에 택시타는 것이 위험할 것같다고 Louise가 저를 그녀 집에 초대하여 빈방을 제공했습니다. 그리고 다음 날 스튜디오까지 태워다 주더군요.
어찌나 감동적이던지.. 대체적으로 버몬트에 사는 사람들은 여유롭고 인심이 좋다고 하더군요. 시골이라 그런지.  
아무튼, 매일 유기농 음식으로 건강은 좋아질 것같구요.
여기 Writer들도 많이 와있는데 대부분 박사들이 많더군요. Artist는 학부생부터 프로작가까지 다양한 층이 와있는데 말이죠. 작업에 몰두하기 좋은 환경인것 같으니 관심있으신 분은 여기 오셔서 스튜디오 경험을 해보는 것도 도움이 될것같습니다. 넓은 개인 작업실과 개인방을 제공하더군요. 날씨는 춥고 눈도 1m나 쌓이지만 생각보다 춥지 않네요. 아마 한국의 겨울 날씨가 기분나쁜 추위인 것같습니다.

로데스 국제 작가 번역가 센터 / International Writers & Translator’s Center of Rhodes

posted Aug 28, 2009, 5:42 AM by Yonggeun Kim   [ updated Aug 28, 2009, 5:53 AM by maat admin ]

기 관 명

로데스 국제 작가 번역가 센터
Διεθνές Κέντρο Συγγραφέων κ Μεταφραστών Ρόδου
International Writers & Translator’s Center of Rhodes 

문      학 -   문학
시각예술 -   시각예술
공연예술 -   공연예술
문화일반 -   학술, 인문학, 과학
소 재 지
그리스 (Greece)-로데스 (Rhodes) 
사  업  명
로데스 국제 작가 번역가 센터 레지던스 프로그램
Πρόγραμμα φιλοξενίας
Residency Programme 
주      소
Antiploiarxou Laskou 11A
문      의
전화번호 : +302241032510
담당자 : +30224132455
이메일 :

프로그램  개요
로데스 국제 작가 번역가 센터 레지던스 프로그램은 국적과 분야를 막론하고 작가, 번역가, 다양한 학문 분야의 연구원, 시각예술가 및 작곡가들에게 연구와 작업에 몰두하며 아이디어를 교환할 수 있는 기회를 제공한다. 거주 기간은 2-6주이며 참가자에게는 숙박이 제공된다. 선발은 지원자의 경력과 거주 기간 중 진행할 프로젝트의 사회적 중요성·영향력 등을 고려하여 이뤄지며, 참가자는 개인별 프로젝트 진행 이외에도 워크숍(문예창작, 시사문제), 프레젠테이션, 강독회, 번역, 지역 학교에서의 강의 또는 일반 대중을 대상으로 한 공개 강의 등에 참여한다. 여행비와 관리비 등은 지원하지 않으며 여러 명이 함께 지원할 수 있으나 가족 및 애완동물은 동반할 수 없다.
작업 분야에 대한 워크숍, 문예창작 워크숍, 시사 문제(경제, 환경 등) 워크숍 등을 자발적으로 진행하거나 기관에서 진행하는 워크숍에 참여
공동 연구를 하는 학자와 연구원들은 반드시 프로젝트의 진행 상황을 발표하거나 프로젝트 완성 후 레지던스 참가자들을 위한 강연 진행
지역연계 프로그램
지역 학교를 방문하여 강의 진행 또는 일반 시민을 위한 공개 강좌 진행
기관에서 발행하는 문예학술지 에 작업의 일부, 초록 또는 전체 발표 가능 (학위 논문 제외)
기관에서 거주 예술가의 작품 전시
기관에서 거주 작곡가의 음악을 연주하는 음악의 밤 진행

개인  그룹
대상 : 국적 불문, 전세계의 작가, 번역가, 연구원, 사회과학·인문학·자연과학 분야의 학자, 예술가, 시각예술가 및 작곡가 개인과 그룹
제한 : 과거 참가자는 최초 거주일로부터 1년 후 재지원 가능
입주기간 2-6주
제공내역; 스튜디오    주거복합 스튜디오 : 무선 인터넷 제공, 도서관 이용 가능 
숙박; 제공
본인부담 항공비, 거주 기간동안 스튜디오 관리비 
관리규정   거주 기간 중 작업한 프로젝트가 발표될 경우 로데스 국제 작가 번역가 센터에서 작업한 사실을 명시
자신의 저작물을 기관 도서관에 기증할 것을 권장
기관에서 진행하는 워크숍, 강연 및 문화 프로그램에 적극 참여
신청접수 수시접수  
결과발표  서류 접수 후 60일 이내 : 이 기간 중 통보가 없을 경우 탈락된 것이며 다음해 9월에 재신청 가능
언어 : 지원서류는 영어 또는 그리스어로 작성하며, 이력서는 독일어 및 프랑스어도 가능
심사 기준
거주 기간 중 진행할 프로젝트의 수준
거주 기간 중 진행할 프로젝트의 중요성과 잠재적 영향력
지원자의 경력
제안한 프로젝트가 지역 사회에 대해 갖는 중요성과 연관성
온라인 신청서 작성
거주 계획서 및 지원 동기서 : 거주 목적 및 진행할 프로젝트에 대해 간략하고 상세히 작성
프로젝트 제안서
이력서 : 작가의 경우 작품 목록 기재
작업 샘플 : 가능할 경우 영어로 번역
리뷰 : 기존 작품에 대한 리뷰, 가능할 경우 영어로 번역
육필 원고의 사진 : 소설가 및 시인일 경우
DVD, 비디오 테이프 : 예술가 또는 시각예술가일 경우 최근의 공연, 영화 또는 전시를 담은 영상물
CD : 음악가일 경우 대표 작품 샘플
 온라인 접수 온라인 접수 바로가기 
참여작가   관련URL 바로가기 해당 레지던스 프로그램 바로가기

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Aug 28, 2009, 7:13 AM