Active City(ZENS): art residency in Berlin

Sector: Culture and creative industries
Type: Residency
Location: Berlin, Germany
Deadline: Finished
Organiser: Creative Europe

This is a three-week residency at ZK/U, a residenсy, research platform and exhibition space that has been operating for over ten years in a former railway depot in Berlin's urban garden.

The Active City(ZENS) residency allows you to apply your experience and knowledge in researching the role of art and culture in the attention economy. You can participate in research, design, production, documentation or reflection.

The project is co-financed by the Creative Europe Programme. This is one of thousands of EU opportunities for Ukraine.

More about the residency

What do I get?
  • A residency at the Center for Art and Urbanistics (ZK/U) in Berlin from 10-30 June or 1-21 July.
  • Free accommodation and per diem.
  • Coverage of travel expenses.
  • Networking with colleagues from around the world.
Can I apply?

This residency is for artists, researchers, theatre actors, scenographers, playwrights and video makers who:

  • Have Ukrainian citizenship.
  • Are of full age. 
  • Have an open account in a Ukrainian bank.
  • Know English well.
  • Want to implement an artistic project that rethinks human attention.
What do I need to apply?
  • Completed application form.
  • Motivation letter — up to 1 page.
  • CV.
  • Portfolio.
How do I apply?

By 14 May, submit the form via the IZOLYATSIA application portal

You will find out the results on 18 May. Unfortunately, the organisers cannot explain why your application was not selected.

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