This Artist-in-Residence Programme awards fellowships to artists in which they spend five months at the NIAS working on a project that contributes to cross-fertilisation between the arts and science. The purpose of the residency is to study the theoretical aspects of a subject in-depth. The programme was established jointly by the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Study in the Humanities and Social Sciences (NIAS-KNAW) and the Society of Arts.

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The Artist-in-Residence Programme makes two places available each academic year. One place is available from 1 September to 1 February, and the other is available from 1 February to 1 July.

The Artist-in-Residence receives a monthly stipend for a five-month period (maximum) and temporary housing near the NIAS.

Who is eligible?

  • Dutch artists who work in the Netherlands or abroad, or
  • Non-Dutch artists who live and work in the Netherlands

Who may submit a nomination?

  • Members of the Society of Arts may apply on their own behalf
  • If the candidate is not a member of the Society of Arts, he/she must be nominated by a member of the Society of Arts, the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences, or The Young Academy.

When and how should you apply or nominate a candidate?

The deadline for submitting applications or nominations is 1 April 2019 for both semesters.
Nominations must be submitted by e-mail to avk@knaw.nl using the designated nomination form. You must also submit the candidate’s CV and a link to the portfolio as an attachment.

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Contact

Annelies ten Have, +31 (0)20 551 0746