MANIFEST: art residencies in Budapest and Lisbon

Sector: Culture and creative industries
Type: Residency
Location: Hungary, Portugal, Denmark
Deadline: Finished
Organiser: European Commission

This is an opportunity to make an art project that re-imagine the transatlantic trade of enslaved people on the European continent with the help of new technologies.

The project consists of two artistic residencies, workshops and a final exhibition in the city of Nantes, the last center of the slave trade in France. The organisers will provide fees, accommodation, production funds and round-trip tickets.

The programme is implemented by the MANIFEST project and is co-funded by the European Commission under the Creative Europe Programme. This is one of thousands of EU opportunities for Ukraine.

More about the residency

What do I get?
  • A fee of EUR 3,000 that will cover accommodation and travel expenses
  • EUR 1,000 for the artistic work production that uses AR, VR, videography or other new technologies
  • Production session from XR studio KHORA in Copenhagen
  • Chance to win one of three prizes of EUR 3,500 for project development during the final exhibition in Nantes
Can I apply?

This residency is for artists who:

  • Have citizenship or permanent residency in Ukraine
  • Have a good command of English
  • Desire to implement an art project independently or in a team with three colleagues
What do I need to apply?
  • Description of the project you want to implement. Elaborate on the idea, motivation, communication and instruments needed for the implementation — minimum 1,000 words
  • CV 
  • Portfolio or link to personal website 
  • Scan of passport or permanent residency

Read more about participation requirements here.

How do I apply?

Submit application form via online portal by 27 November 2022.  

Organisers will support twelve participants. The winners will be announced on 13 December 2023.

Good to know
  • If you are applying in a team, you need to submit one joint application. Please, indicate a group name and provide documents for all the participants.
  • Except for Ukrainian, artists from the countries within the Creative Europe framework are also eligible to apply.

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