You may apply for:
- a working grant for three months for visual artists and curators
- working period: April 15th to July 14th (exceptionally, for the year 2021, from July 1 to August 31)
- the working grant amounts to €7,000 per three months' residency (exceptionally, for the year 2021, €4,500 per two months' residency)
- in addition to the working grant, the grantee also receives a grant to cover travel costs, the amount of which depends on the selected means of travel. A higher travel grant is awarded to grantees travelling by rail or sea instead of flying. Further information on travel grant
In recent years, the key concepts discussed in the programme have centred around Holism and Well-being, while various lectures observe wider contexts and circumstances relating for instance to art brut, spirituality, meditation in art, alternative education for the younger generation, and care in the community. In parallel, the residency programme invites artists, curators and practitioners whose work and fields of study and pedagogy are interdisciplinary, and it primarily encourages their artistic/curatorial research with links to expanding networks in the Japanese art scene. With the contribution of its guests’ artistic expression and professional knowledge, AIT aspires to incorporate shared concerns emerging from different programmes into a sublimated experience and collaborative involvement.