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Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral in Bad Ems, Foundation for Culture of Rhineland-Palatinate, which was founded in 1995, is a place of reflection, artistic production, discussion and meeting. It supports visual artists from all over the world by awarding Artists-in-Residence scholarships.
The conditions for all scholarships with the exception of the curator scholarship are a completed course of study in art (M.F.A. or comparable degree) and two or three years (depending on the respective scholarship) of continuous artistic work after the conclusion of the studies. Applications are also possible for autodidacts distinguished by special artistic achievements, as documented by exhibitions and prizes.
The curator scholarship is awarded to persons who are not older than 35 years or whose university degree (at least M.A., preferably Ph.D.) was completed not more than 5 years ago.
To foster artistic dialog and interdisciplinary collaboration, knowledge of German, English or French is expected. For the curator scholarship, the mastery of the German language and good knowledge of English or French is essential.
I. International Residence Scholarships
Six residence scholarships will be awarded to international visual artists.
Each scholarship lasts six months. All of them begin in April 2012 and are endowed with 1,200 EUR per month. They include free accommodation at the Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral.
II. Project Scholarship
The project scholarship, which is not tied to any site, will be awarded to an international visual artist. The project scholarship lasts for 6 months and begins in April 2012. It is endowed with 1,200 EUR per month.
Eligible are international applicants with permanent residence in the Federal Republic of Germany. The artistic project should be realized within the scholarship period of 6 months so that it can be shown at the annual exhibition of the scholarship holders in Bad Ems, Germany.
III. International Curator Scholarship
To foster dialog between research and art, Balmoral awards a residence scholarship to a young scholar in the humanities (preferably art history) for a curatorial project to be developed by the scholarship holder and the Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral.
The scholarship lasts 6 months and begins in April 2012. It is endowed with 1,200 EUR per month and includes free accommodation at the Künstlerhaus Schloß Balmoral.
IV. Foreign and Exchange Scholarships
The following scholarships are offered exclusively for artists who were born in, studied in, have lived or live in Rhineland-Palatinate:
- One six-month scholarship for TrAIN, University of the Arts London
- One six-month scholarship for New York (Flux Factory)
- Two six-month scholarships for the Cité Internationale des Arts, Paris
- One five-month scholarship for the Künstlerhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf, Brandenburg/Germany
The foreign and exchange scholarships are endowed with 1,200 EUR per month.
Awarding of Scholarships
A jury of specialists will award all scholarships, taking into consideration the developmental potential of the applicant’s artistic or theoretical work. The names of the jurors will be published after the selection.
Additional information and PDF application forms are available on our homepage www.balmoral.de. Applications must be made with these application forms. Other applications will not be taken into consideration.
Call for applications for artists and curators for residencies 2012 in Bad Ems, Germany
4 July 2011
Künstlerhaus Schloss Balmoral