Interval - Short Term Residency

Deadline
2021-11-28
Artistic fields
Digital, Installation, Sound Art, Video, Film, Performance, Public Art
Eligibility
Location
Montréal, Canada
Nationality
Canada
Other
Open to local artists from the Asian community.
Rewards
Accommodation
Access to a work studio and equipment for up to 5 days (consecutive or not) in the week preceding the presentation.
Exhibition
2022-05-13 - 2022-05-13
The selected project will be presented once as part of OBORO’s programming during Festival Accès Asie.
Montréal, CA
Funding
500 CAD This contribution is for materials, equipment rental, or to hire human resources that may not be available at OBORO but are necessary to the performance (with supporting bills or invoices).
Production
Artist (or artist collectives*) fee of $ 1,000 for production and presentation.
Description
Interval is a short-term artist residency program in digital media set up by Festival Accès Asie and OBORO, creative partners since 1999, to produce and present an artwork. Interval's goal is to support a local artist from the Asian community in the development and dissemination of a new media art project, which may take the form of an installation, a performance, or a public presentation (in person or online). The selected artist will receive an artist fee and a production budget. They will also benefit from OBORO's support in the development of their artwork, thanks to an access to studios and equipment for up to 5 days, as well as occasional assistance from the New Media Lab’s team. Applicants must reside in the greater Montreal area. The selected project will be presented once, on May 14, 2022, as part of OBORO’s programming during Festival Accès Asie. Founded in 1995, Festival Accès Asie promotes Asian arts, cultures and histories through a diversity of artistic disciplines including the visual arts, dance, theatre, video, film, music, literature, performance, new media and culinary arts. The Festival presents events that feature artists of Asian origin and artists whose work is inspired by Asian arts, cultures and histories. Founded in 1982 with the conviction that transcultural artistic experiences contribute to the betterment of humankind, OBORO fosters the development of art practices locally, nationally and internationally. OBORO’s sphere of activity encompasses visual and media arts, performing arts, new technologies and emerging practices.
Location
Montréal, Canada
Duration
5 days
Required documents
Artist Statement
CV
Project Sketch
Project Description
Artwork / Portfolio
Other
The subject line has to mention “Proposal for Interval 2022.” - You may include links for supporting material (WeTransfer, Dropbox, Vimeo, YouTube, etc.)
Application type
Email
Contact
Jury Members
Previous Winners
An-Laurence Higgins
Marites Carino
Chittakone Thirakul (Hazy Montagne Mystique)
Yen-Chao Lin
Cheryl Sim
Khadija Baker
Ila Firouzabadi et PayamMofidi
Parker Mah