Artists' Space

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NEW RESOURCE AVAILABLE TO World Cultures Connect MEMBERS

NEW RESOURCE AVAILABLE TO World Cultures Connect MEMBERS

WCC wouldd like to encourage you to reflect on the benefits of residencies for artists, hosting and funding organisations, local communities, as well as entire cities, regions, and countries. This consideration is particularly vital in times of political and economic tension and when public opinion and attitudes across the world are exhibiting signs of cultural intolerance.

The OMC Policy Handbook on Artist Residencies is an insightful resource now available to WCC members on the Resource page. It provides an analysis of the value of artists’ residencies and identifies examples of good practice. It also looks at recent trends, benefits and success factors to inform policy makers and practitioners of the best way to support and develop residency programmes in the 21st century.

Have you ever considered hosting or participating in an artist residency programme? Perhaps now is the right time! To give you some ideas, there are lots of great organisations listed on WCC who are already offering access to exciting residency programmes for example Ars Electronica Center (Austria), Zaratan Arte Contemporânea (Portugal), Watermill Center (USA), Cove Park (UK), Berwick Visual Arts (UK), Proyecto ‘ace (Argentina), Res Artis (The Netherlands), Green Olive Arts (Morocco).

Find some of the latest opportunities, jobs and events listed on WCC.

Further Opportunities

  • Artquest

    Website offering wide range of information.

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    CEO’s online resources are jam-packed with information to help artists set up businesses, gain further skills, CPD etc, and they also give sector-specific overviews which can be helpful particularly if you’re new to working in the field.  This week’s post… Read More

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