Open Call | Artist-in-Residence Program

Artistic fields
Applied Arts, Architecture, Curating, Dance, Design, Digital, Drawing, Education, Fashion, Film, Installation, Interdisciplinary, Painting, Performance, Photography, Printmaking, Public Art, Research, Sculpture, Social Practice, Sound Art, Textiles, Video, Visual Arts, Writing
1200 EUR Monthly Stipend Allowance
Resident artists will enjoy full access to the Makerspace facilities allowing experimentation with advanced fabrication techniques
Artists may co-organise and host a series of workshops and talks relating to their practice and area of expertise.
⭐ "The CYENS - Thinker Maker Space Artist-in-Residence program should catch the attention of a wide spectrum of creatives who work with science and technology. This funded residency opportunity in Cyprus not only provides an exciting interdisciplinary environment, but also gives residents rare access to 3D scanning and robotics equipment." - ArtConnect's Take The CYENS – Thinker Maker Space is pleased to announce an open call for the Artist-in-Residence Program intended for creative individuals. Aiming to become a creative and innovation hub in Nicosia’s historic centre, the Thinker Maker Space plans to utilise its Artist-in-Residence Program to expand the knowledge and services of the centre through skill sharing and collaboration. They will also have the opportunity to present and exhibit their work at the end of the residency. The Makerspace residencies are hosted on a short-term basis ranging from two weeks and up to six months. The open-call invites individuals from the creative industry (creators, designers, visual artists, academics or others) to submit a portfolio and a project proposal. The Artist in Residency Program has three fixed dates for collecting applications. Interested applicants would be informed by the end of the month for each round. • Winter Round: 15th of December 2021 • Spring Round: 15th of March 2022 • Summer Round: 15th of July 2022 CYENS – Thinker Maker Space is a creative hub where art, science and technology co exists and unites. The space encourages technology led innovation, supporting new ideas and practices through experimentation and a multidisciplinary approach. The aim is to support collaborations and socially engaged activities that inspire, educate, train and inform. Capabilities: • Rapid prototyping • Traditional making processes • Electronics and Robotics • Photography and 3D Scanning • Workstations
Nicosia, Cyprus
6 months
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