【終了】Application for Artist-in-Residence 2022
Aichi University of the Arts invites artists from around the world to the university through an artist-in-residence program with the goal of promoting collaboration in education and artistic activities. By inviting artists (including artist groups) who are actively engaged in artistic endeavors, the university aims to enhance exchanges among artists, faculty members and students, and thereby adds some fresh air to the university as an education and research hub with an active atmosphere.
We will invite a residency artist of 2022 as follows:
Number of Resident Artists:
1 person (or 1 group)
Fine Arts (painting, sculpture, installation, print making, design, photography, film, etc.)
June 1, 2022 - December 16, 2022 (30 days or more but 100 days)
December 17, 2021
◆Submission of the application documents by post
The following application document and artworks must be sent by post to Art Information and PR Section of AUA:
1) Application form （Word） [Download from here]
2)Portfolio of Artworks: JIS A4 size; free format; any number can be included.
For video and audio works, they must to be edited and attached as a DVD, CD, etc. as appropriate.
◆Filling in the form on website
After sending the application documents by post, fill in the application form with the necessary information on the AUA website, and transmit the form.
* Please kindly note that the Program may not be implemented as planned under the influence of the COVID-19 infectious diseases.
* Submission of the application documents by e-mail is not acceptable. Be sure to send them by post to reach AUA no later than the deadline.
* The application is completed by both sending the application documents by post and transmitting the application form via website.
More details, please see [the Application Guidelines].
About Artist in Residence
For any question about the application, please contact the following by e-mail
Aichi University of the Arts, Art Information and PR Section
1-114 Yazakosagamine, Nagakute, Aichi, 480-1194, Japan