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Francoise van den Bosch Foundation Artist in Residence programme 2017 at Studio Rian de Jong

Open call  /  Artist in ResidenceMakingResearch  /  01 May 2017  -  30 Jun 2017
Published: 18.10.2016
Anna Maria Saar. Photograph: Yab Yum, 2014. Performance, Artist in Residence 2014. Anna Maria Saar
Photograph: Yab Yum, 2014
Performance, Artist in Residence 2014
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Intro
The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation invites jewellery artists from outside the Netherlands to apply for an annual two months working period in a studio in Amsterdam during the months May - June 2017. Since 2000 the Foundation offers this opportunity to live and work in one of the most active jewellery communities in the world.
Interested jewellery artists are welcome to apply year round by sending an email to the board of the foundation. Based on a work plan the board will make a selection. We encourage makers that seek international exchange, for instance by making contacts within the Dutch jewellery community as well as presenting their own work to a Dutch audience. In December of each year we will contact the resident for the upcoming year.

Previous residents were:
2011 Sidney Caldwell Deaghlan, USA
2012 Tracy Steepy, USA
2013 Tota Reciclados (Valeria Hasse and Marcela Muñiz), Argentina
2014 Anna Maria Saar, Estonia
2015 Moniek Schrijer, New Zealand
2016 Rebecca Hannon, USA

Conditions

We offer a studio and apartment from May 1 to June 30 2017, plus a €500 grant.
It is possible to extend your stay with another month at your own expense (but this should be requested beforehand with the landlord).

Not included in the stay are:
1. Travel expenses
2. Materials
3. Living Costs
4. Insurance (third-party insurance is obligatory)

The studio is well equipped and includes a full-furnished apartment. Please see the website of Studio Rian de Jong for more info.

The studio cannot be used for heavy or dirty work (no gypsum, dust and dirt, noheavy metalworking).
Further restrictions: no pets, no smoking! Limited guest stay.
The apartment is appropriate for one person.
The applicant should have a professional practice as an art jeweller and be able towork at the studio on a defined project or body of work.
The applicant is a ‘networker’, e.g. makes contact with the local jewellerycommunity. The Foundation can assist and introduce.
The resident will install a small temporary and improvised exhibition/presentation in a street vitrine in the studio building, either at the start of the stay or at the end.
The resident is asked to give a lecture at the Rietveld Academy. The lecture is open for jewellery students and teachers of the Academy, the members of the board of the Foundation, for the friends and special invitees of the Foundation.
A brief report of the artist in residence experience (preferably on the Foundation’s blog on the Françoise van den Bosch website), would be most welcome.
The Foundation is authorized to immediately terminate the stay in case of complaints from neighbours or the administrator, and if the studio apartment is not used for its intended purpose.
Rebecca Hannon, Artist in Residence 2016.
Rebecca Hannon, Artist in Residence 2016

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Rebecca Hannon, Artist in Residence 2016, window installation.
Rebecca Hannon, Artist in Residence 2016, window installation

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Rebecca Hannon, Artist in Residence 2016, Lecture.
Rebecca Hannon, Artist in Residence 2016, Lecture

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Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam.
Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam

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Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam.
Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam

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Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam.
Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam

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