kepes fellowship/ mq artist in residence/ summer academy salzburg/

kepes fellowship/ mq artist in residence/ summer academy salzburg/

CALL FOR APPLICATIONS 2016 now open until 3 April 2016
Fellowships for Curators and Artists at Salzburg Summer Academy 2016 /
Every summer, some 300 students from more than 40 countries worldwide participate in over 20 classes on art projects at the Summer Academy of Fine Arts in Salzburg. The Academy is renowned for the the outstanding quality of the teachers and for the high number of international participants.

For the selection of the fellows, ERSTE Foundation forms a jury together with its project partners,, and

The Fellowships for Curators and Artists at Salzburg Summer Academy
• are designed for artists and curators at the beginning of their career
• address candidates from Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovak Republic
• cover room and board, travel expenses and the participation fee for the course
• are worth between EUR 1.000,- and 1.500,- each, depending on the different length of courses for artists or curators

The participants can choose from various courses taking place at Summer Academy Salzburg between 18.07. – 27.08.2016.
More information about the course program here

Curators have the option to choose between these courses:

08.08.2016 – 13.08.2016
18.07.2016 – 23.07.2016
25.07.2016 – 30.07.2016
Applications have to include the following documents:
• Complete digital application form, inlcuding the following information:
Your contact information (name, address, e-mail, phone, website)
Letter of intent explaining why you apply, what you expect from taking part in the course and why you think you are qualified for participation (max. 5000 characters)
Brief informative curriculum vitae (max. 1 page)
• Portfolio (max. 10 MB)

Please note
The application form (download below) is required, other formats cannot be accepted. All documents must be sent as PDF.
Applications are accepted only in English and by e-mail until 3 April 2016

tranzit is a network of non-profit civic associations working independently in Austria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and the Slovak Republic to strengthen the local art scenes and cultural activities. The network forms a platform which aims to inform all those who are active in the international art world about the developments of the contemporary art scenes in Central and Eastern Europe. Within the collective of autonomous local units each tranzit cooperates across various borderlines – between nations, languages, media, mentalities, histories and methods. For further information click here

ERSTE Foundation
In 2003, ERSTE Foundation evolved out of the Erste Oesterreichische Spar-Casse, the first Austrian savings bank. Currently, ERSTE Foundation is the main shareholder of Erste Group. The foundation invests part of its dividends in the development of societies in Austria and Central and South Eastern Europe. It supports social participation and civil-society engagement; it aims to bring people together and disseminate knowledge of the recent history of a region that has been undergoing dramatic changes since 1989. As an active foundation, it develops its own projects within the framework of three programmes: Social Development, Culture and Europe. For further information click

For further questions please contact Michaela Geboltsberger /
External Links
Downloads: 2016_APPLICATION_FORM_SSA-2.rtf (rtf, 3 kb)

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