You may apply for (NB, call will not be carried out for 2022):
- a working grant for one artist for three months
- working period: March 1st to May 31st
- the working grant amounts to €7,000 per three 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
Combining theoretical and artistic practice, IFP aims to nurture cross-disciplinary knowledge and stimulate cultural exchange and production in a collective approach. The residency focuses on visual arts but also artists from other disciplines having a well-grounded research interest may apply.
The rooms are quite basic and family members may not accompany the resident artist. The residency can accomodate three artist at a time. Two studios and a small working space are available for residential artists.
IFP provides a part-time assistant for the grantee to help solve problems concerning everyday situations or the artist's work.
The grantee is responsible for obtaining the visa, insurance and for other similar arrangements.