Art Futures has received generous donations, from which the Board decided to initiate a Fellowship programme, to be located in Athens, Greece and Zutphen, the Netherlands
Art Futures Fellows 2023
On the Call published in 2022 we received over 170 applications globally. The shortlisted applications were of a high quality, and after an additional round of personal interviews we selected the the artists Tami Izko and Federico Clavarino as Art Futures Fellows 2023.
In addition to the selected Art Futures Fellow an Art Futures Research Fellow was appointed, Georgios Papadopoulos. Through his research and as a ‘resident’ facilitator he will ensure the residency is well embedded in the local context, provide ongoing research into the discourse around artist residencies involving inclusive, socially engaged practice, and contribute to the sustainability of the project. Please click for a first report on the residency.
The residency with an exhibition (click for poster) in the gallery of SIC with over 100 enthusiastic visitors. Please click for images of the final works and the accompanying text.
An event with the Critical Friends and the Art Futures Fellows will be organised in Athens 6 and 7 October 2023. For more information contact email@example.com.
Art Futures Fellowship 2024
Artists from all arts disciplines are invited to apply for a fellowship, which includes a two-month residency in Athens and a two-month residency in Zutphen in 2024, both in a fully equipped studio-apartments. Successful applicants will additionally receive a total fee of 8000 euro which is intended to cover travel costs/expenses, a visa (where necessary) and subsistence over the residency period.
Athens: [sic] Space for International Cooperation, is an independent, non-for profit, project-space in the heart of Athens. It is privately run by a group of international friends that each bring in their professional background and networks to host, support and facilitate co-operations among local and international partners. Artistic residencies, exhibitions, symposia, workshops or longer-term projects explore new ideas and new forms of knowledge and policies across the usual divide of cultures, disciplines and sectors.
Zutphen: Dat Bolwerck is a multi-disciplinary art space, focussing on contemporary art, contemporary music and philosophy, offering a carefully curated programme of high-quality exhibitions by (inter)national contemporary artists, concerts, lectures and workshops. Dat Bolwerck is located in a sixteenth century monument in the historical centre of Zutphen, a city 115 km East of Amsterdam.
Art Futures is grateful for the generous the support of its donors and the City of Zutphen. The grant from the city of Zutphen was made possible through a stipendium in memory of the artist Edith Meijering.
We warmly welcome donations for the Art Futures Fellowship in Athens, so we can further develop the project. Art Futures, Serendipity in Action is a non-profit organisation with an ANBI status, RSIN 820943277. Please transfer to: Stichting Art Futures RABO bank: IBAN NL30 RABO 0152 0240 26, BIC: RABONL2U