[Due to the large number of requests, we've extended the deadline to November 7th! You now have another week to apply]
China Residencies is excited to announce the third open call for “Two to Three 二到三”， a program which will send two to three Australian artists to China for 4-8 weeks on funded residencies (covering flights, visa, accommodation, and a stipend) at partner organizations in second and third tier cities.
To qualify, applicant must:
- - Be an Australian citizen or current resident in Australia
- - Be available for a 4-8 week residency period between December 2016 and February 2017
- - Have previously visited China
- There are no restrictions on age, ethnicity, background, or medium of artistic practice. Curators, writers, choreographers, composers, designers, filmmakers & more are all welcome to apply.
Our two partner residencies this year are CEAC & Organhaus:
CEAC (the Chinese European Art Center) is the oldest residency in China, hosting artists working in all mediums on the southern island of Xiamen. Residency dates: December 20th 2016 - February 19th 2017
Read an interview with past artist-in-residence and previous Two To Three 二到三 recipients Astra Howard and Joshua Hoare, and an interview with residency directors Ineke Guðmundsson and May Lee.
Organhaus is an artist-run space in the central city of Chongqing, with a focus on nurturing emerging experimental and mutli-media artists. Residency dates: February 1 - March 31 2017
Read an interview with Ni Kun, Organhaus' co-founder and curator.
Application fees are not required, however we are requesting a suggested donation of USD$25 to support administrative costs for this initiative. Applications are due by midnight in your local timezone on November 7th, 2016.