You may apply for:
- two working grants for three months for visual artists
- working period: April 1st to June 30th and September 1st to November 30th
- the working grant amounts to €7,000 per three months' residency. In addition to the working grant, the grantee also receives €500 to cover travel costs. The Finnish Cultural Foundation encourages artists to select low-emission means of travel.
The Fabrikken art center is located in Amager, the southern borough of Copenhagen, which is located 2,5 km from the city center. The setting is industrial; the building used to house a commercial laundry.
Fabrikken welcomes visual artists from all levels of experience who wish to further and challenge their practice in a peer environment. The art center brings together 60-70 professional artists and designers at any time. Fabrikken is guided by the spirit of professionalism and exchange, which is nurtured through an event program and a weekly communal lunch.
Fabrikken provides each resident a studio with 24/7 access. In addition, the site has a shared production- and event space spanning 1.000 m2 as well as basic workshop facilities (multipurpose woodworking machine, welding machine, ceramic kiln, spray booth, printing press), which accommodates artistic research. Open spaces are mainly used for artistic production and events, such as the public showings of the residents' work.
The program responds individually to the distinctive artistic practice of the resident. Online meetings between the program manager and the artist will be conducted in preparation for the residency. The artists-in-residence will be matched with a mentor or a peer from the local art scene and engaged with professional networks for sparring and support. Furthermore, the residents will be engaged in a curatorial support program which is organised in collaboration with the SixtyEight Art Institute.
Please note that for accommodation, the resident will stay as a personal guest of a Copenhagen-based artist or curator.