Artist Residency Program
From March 2023 we welcome artists to take advantage of our studios and create work in a quiet, focused and engaging setting.
Our application guidelines and other residency information is listed below.
To learn more about our studios and equipment, click here.
We are working towards providing funds for artists participating in this program but, at this time, we can cannot provide any funds for applicants. The cost per week is 5000 NOK (7 days).
What is included?
24/7 Studio access
Pick up from train station
Introductory training on equipment
Proofing papers, ink, sizing, pigments, PVA etc.
What is not included?
Residents are required to arrange for their own transport during their stay if required
Meals (there is a kitchen on the premises with basics available)
Additional materials costs incurred during the residency. (Ink usage over a certain amount, paper, fiber etc.)
Duration of Residency
Your residency can be anywhere between two- to eight-weeks. The studios can accommodate projects that include processes like Japanese, Nepalese Indo-Islamic or European papermaking, letterpress printing, bookbinding, photography, digital printing or any combination thereof.
Application deadline: November 15, 2022
Notification date: via email by February 2023
Residency length: 2–8 weeks
Residency occurs: March–September 2023
The following materials are required for application. Please compile all into one single PDF and email to email@example.com with the subject Artist Residency Application 2023. The PDF must be titled AIR_Application_FirstName_LastName_2023
Application form. Download here.
A complete resume
A 350-word project description, including the media, studio needed, project details
Up to 10 images of recent work (digital specifications here), listing the title, medium, dimension, and date with each image.