Open call for visual artists: Finnish Cultural Foundation x Morpho

Jun 27, 2023 | News, Opportunity

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The Finnish Cultural Foundation and MORPHO present a new residence programme for Finnish and Finland-based visual artists!

Applications are now open for a five-month working grant from The Finnish Cultural Foundation for the MORPHO residency program in Antwerp.

The application period is 10.8.– 31.8.2023 until 4PM EEST.

The working period is August 1st to December 31st 2024, and the grant amounts to €12,500 per five-month residency.

MORPHO is an artist residency and studio provider that organises residencies focusing on local development and international exchange. Residents receive practical and curatorial support to develop their practice or project in an open environment that encourages critical dialogue and artistic experimentation.

A residency includes the use of an individual studio, as well as housing in the residency house (common spaces include kitchen, living room, dining room, courtyard, basement and library).

”We are very excited to expand our residency program, currently covering nine destinations around the world, and for the first time to be able to offer a longer, five-month working period for one artist. I believe that the new cooperation with MORPHO will lead to really interesting new openings and possibilities for Finnish artists.” shares Johanna Ruohonen, Senior Advisor at The Finnish Cultural Foundation.

 

You can find more information about the application procedure here.

 

 

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