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 workstation 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.
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 closed.
For a look at previous festivals, click here.