Studio XX regularly launches calls for proposals for its programming, its residencies and festival. Successful projects are chosen by a jury composed of members of the organization’s programming committee. Stay tuned!
Studio XX’s residencies offer artists opportunities to experiment and create a new work (e.g. digital art, installation or performance). For a period of six weeks, resident artists have access to a private work station within a shared work area. Residents receive an artist fee, and enjoy free access to Studio XX equipment and workshops. The works produced during the residencies are presented to the public.
The call for projects for residences is currently closed. The next call will be opened in June and the deadline for applications is October 15 of each year.
For a look at past residencies, click here.
Programming (Events and Workshops)
We are looking for digital art projects that are creative, critical, witty, weird and poetic for our public events and/or our workshops. We seek proposals from artists who identify as women, queer, transgender and gender fluid, as well as from curators, activists, collectives and community organizations.
Examples of media / formats: net art, electronic art, audio, video, installation, bio art, public interventions, practices rooted in the community, performances, workshops, discussions and round tables – or something so out there that we haven’t even heard of it…
For a look at different types of programming events at Studio XX, click here.
Studio XX launches a thematic call for proposals for The HTMlles festival every two years.
The call for projects is currently closed. The next call will be opened in November and the deadline for application is January 15, 2018.
For a look at previous festivals, click here.