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Residencies

Taking up a residency is still one of the most inspiring and rewarding opportunities for cultural practitioners, artists and their practices to thrive and unfold. Grounding and developing work in a different location and context nurtures creative thinking processes and offers new perspectives on subject matter.
In the UK the Goethe-Institut collaborates with distinguished cultural organisations such as the V&A, LUX, Gasworks, Space, Delfina Foundation, amongst others to create innovative genre-crossing residency programmes.

 

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Our Residencies

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Visual Art / Design
Goethe V&A Residency

In this two to six months long residency selected artists work with the V&A’s collection exploring a particular topic.
Current artist: Arianna Nicoletti

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Film / Moving Image
Goethe at LUX Residency

This three-months long residency offers artists working with the moving image to investigate LUX’s collection in London and Glasgow.
Open call: November 2018
 

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All genres
Residencies worldwide

The Goethe-Institut's worldwide residency programmes invite artists to live and work in a different country for a set period of time.
Browse our opportunities!

 


CURRENT ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE


What's On

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October - December 2018
Open Studios

Catch Arianna Nicoletti, our current Goethe V&A resident, in her studio at the V&A.

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YouTube
Get up close

Find out more about our artists in residence and their practice in our selection of video interviews.
 

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International Opportunities
Open Calls

Check out our selection of current international opportunities for artists, curators and cultural practitioners.

 

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