Kintai Arts is announcing an Open Call for artists, curators, researchers and other practitioners working in the cultural field to apply for a residency programme offering workspace and accommodation to develop individual projects.
The residency dwells in a former school of Kintai town. Situated in the coastline of Curonian Lagoon, Kintai is surrounded by unique historical heritage and a picturesque nature. The residency programme offers full accommodation and space for work in serene and rural surrounding.
The residents are welcome at the residency from 15th September to 15th December. Applications are welcome until the 1st December.
The duration of the residency is from 2 weeks up to 3 months.
Applicants, willing to apply are invited to submit:
Motivational letter, describing the individual project to be developed during the residency, applicant’s goals to be achieved during the stay as well as their motivation to come to Kintai.
Arrival and departure dates
Any specific conditions related to accommodation and workspace.
Please send the application to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please also visit our website to get acquainted with the living and work conditions available at Kintai Arts residence: http://www.kintaiarts.lt/en/residency-apply/
Selected artists get a discount for accommodation: a single room costs 20 eur/night; a double room costs 25 eur/night per person, 14eu/night per person in case 2 persons are hosted; and a triple room is 40 eur. There is a common kitchen in the building; some rooms are also equipped with a small kitchenette.
Up to 10 people can fit in the residency at the same time.
Selected candidates will be informed by email.
Selection criteria: a clearly defined individual project description, substantiated by the relevant career experience. Candidates must have good knowledge of English language.
Applications are evaluated by Kintai Arts Board.
Following the requirements and restrictions of the Lithuanian Health Ministry, all selected applicants arriving to the residency, must provide a proof that they are not sick with Covid-19 when arriving to the residency (this can be a negative test result, a vaccination record, etc.).
This residency program is supported by the Lithuania Cultural Council.