Welcome to China Residencies! China Residencies is a non-profit platform operating a freely accessible database of artist residencies and work opportunities in mainland China and Hong Kong. Here's a list of deadlines for residencies, call for papers, job opportunities & lots of different things you can apply for that have a connection to China.
RESIDENCIES + FUNDING:
The Goethe Institute is funding up to 25,000 euros for coproductions by artists in the fields of theatre, dance, music, performance art, and digital media between Germany and non-European countries including China. Apply before 15 April 2019.
Bosch-Siftung's Crossing Borders funds up to 15,000 euros in international research trips for authors, filmmakers and photographers from German-speaking countries as well as China (including Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao), India, Indonesia, Japan and Vietnam. Apply before 30 April 2019.
Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance is having an open call for the collective residency program Artist Lab, an invitation for artists to meet, exchange ideas and invent new collaborative possibilities. Artists from all kinds of disciplines, with or have had community-based art practice and are interested in collaborative research, are invited to apply. Residency covers round-trip flights to Taipei, living allowance and accommodations for the entire residency period (arrival on 22 July and departure on 19 August 2019). Apply here before 21 April 2019.
The Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada (APF Canada) is having an open call for its 2019-2020 Media Fellowship Program. It offers two up-and-coming and established Canadian journalists the opportunity to spend time in Asia researching and preparing stories for Canadian audiences. The Foundation will award two fellowships in 2019-20, each valued at up to C$10,000 for in-country travel and expenses, and coverage of trans-Pacific travel with support in part from Cathay Pacific Airways. Apply here before April 26, 2019.
yi:project space is hosting its 2019 Open Call for Beijing22 Research Grants. The grants are intended for Beijing-based researchers, covering topics about utopia, urban development and the ongoing transformation of Beijing under the influences of the city planning strategy "Jing-Jin-Ji" and the upcoming Winter Olympics in 2022. Apply here before May 12th, 2019.
The Beijing International Jewelry Art Exhibition is an international and academic biennale exhibition for art jewelry. that is currently accepting submissions for 2019. Apply here before June 15th, 2019.
The Fresh Milk Art Platform, China Residencies, The Barbados Museum and Historical Society, I: project space, and Alice Yard are holding an open call for recent film and video works by contemporary artists practicing in the Caribbean, China and their diasporas to be included in the third edition of Transoceanic Visual Exchange (TVE), a series of programming taking place between Barbados, China, and Trinidad & Tobago. You can read more about here. Apply before June 28th, 2019.
The Sunny Art Prize competition is seeking submissions. It offers a selection of thirty artists the opportunity to take part in international activities, including exhibitions and a residency. Apply before June 30th, 2019.
YAC in Tianjin is inviting artists for printmaking residencies.
The Hong Kong Art Gallery Association's Artist Residency Abroad Funding Scheme provides up to HK$15,000 for Hong Kong artists seeking artist residencies abroad. Applications accepted on a rolling basis and reviewed quarterly, and artists should apply to their own residency programs prior to applying.
The Prince Claus Mobility Fund, in cooperation with Asia-Europe Foundation (ASEF), accepts applications throughout the year to support travel within Asia and between the Bangladesh, Pakistan, Cambodia, Philippines, Lao DPR, Vietnam, Myanmar, China, India, Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Thailand and Europe. It is specifically intended for emerging artists and cultural practitioners living in and travelling from countries listed above.
PAPERS, WORKSHOPS, RESEARCH:
Museum 2050's second annual symposium, "Defining Institutions: Proposals for Museums of the Future," is taking place April 28th-30th at the Zhi Art Museum in Chengdu.
Para Site is inviting proposals for the 5th edition of Workshops for Emerging Curators, which will take place on 10-12 October, 2019. This 9-day intensive programme is designed to provide learning and thinking opportunities, as well as opportunities for networking and enhance the development of systems intending to nurture the participants’ careers. Para Site will offer a limited number of scholarships to support the participation of outstanding young professionals. Read more about the application here and apply before May 19th, 2019.
JOBS + INTERNSHIPS:
NYU Shanghai is seeking post-doctoral fellows in Human-Computer Interaction & Computer Music, and Interactive Media Arts. Read more about the positions here. The review process will begin April 26th and will continue until the positions have been filled.
UCCA in Beijing is seeking an experienced English Editor.