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Artist-in-Residence under the Pandemic – Remodelling Residencies took place in 26 November 2020, organised by Res Artis member co・iki and AIR NETWORK JAPAN.  In collaboration with: Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio, Natsukashii Miraisozo K.K. (KESEN AIR-ART-LIFE) and A.I.T., Kyoto Art Center.  The transcript is available here or you can watch here.

 

Res Artis member Anastasia Patsey, director of the Музей нонконформистского искусства / Museum of nonconformist art and head of the SPAR program in St. Petersburg has kindly shared this video VIRTUAL RESIDENCES – SHORTENING THE DISTANCE where she talks about the concept of virtual residences and its concrete implementation.

This video was produced as part of the Goethe-Institut Petersburg : Гёте-институт в Петербурге “Kulturcafé” series.

 

Anastasia also convened the virtual panel discussion on 11 November 2020 for “Beyond Distance: How Art Residencies are Migrating Online” with various international participants and including Res Artis Executive Director Eliza Roberts.    The discussion has been captured on a limited edition zine and you can download the transcription from the following link: Beyond distance_panel discussion-2.

 

With their comprehensive Digital Solitude program, Akademie Schloss Solitude have Fellowships and Projects, Schlosspost forum and Web Residencies.

ARCAthens have launched their first Virtual Residency featuring two artists, one in Athens, Greece, and the other in Bronx, New York. They will be in conversation for one month posting daily on Instagram. Mediated by curator and ARCAthens Executive Director Aristides Logothetis, the artists will be working with social media as their medium to create a bridge between two vibrant communities during the COVID 19 pandemic.

Retreat.cz present a curated list of European platforms supporting freelancers to make networking and crossing borders much easier for freelancers in Europe.

Hello World is an international project where artists throughout the world have submitted art works to share with all of us. We hope you enjoy this gesture of goodwill and solidarity from our colleagues around the globe.

IASPIS began online activities initially to accommodate artists who were unwell and unable to visit physically.  IASPIS now have a digital public program including residencies, showcasing creative practices and behind-the-scenes studio visits.