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Françoise van den Bosch Foundation Artist in Residence programme 2018 at Studio Rian de Jong

Open call  /  Artist in Residence   Making   Research  /  10 Oct 2017  -  01 Dec 2017
Published: 10.10.2017
Françoise van den Bosch Foundation Artist in Residence programme 2018 at Studio Rian de Jong.
Studio Rian de Jong
Management:
Ineke Heerkens
DEADLINE: 01/12/2017
Margherita Potenza, Artist in Residence. Françoise van den Bosch Foundation 2017.
Margherita Potenza, Artist in Residence. Françoise van den Bosch Foundation 2017

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Intro
The aim of the Françoise van den Bosch Foundation is to promote and stimulate the work of contemporary art jewellery. The Foundation therefore is calling for applications for the Artist in Residence programme at Studio Rian de Jong in Amsterdam from the beginning of May until the end of July 2018.
Since 2011 the Foundation has given jewellery artists this chance to develop new work in one of the most vibrant jewellery communities in the world. This residency not only offers a live/work studio but also the chance to explore the unparalleled museums, galleries, and academies situated in and around Amsterdam.


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
2017 Margherita Potenza, IT/UK

Conditions

The Foundation offers
The Françoise van den Bosch Foundation and Studio Rian de Jong offer jewellery artists three months (May 1st to July 31st) of time and space to do research and/or work out new ideas. Studio Rian de Jong is well equipped and includes a fully-furnished apartment (please see the link for details http://francoisevandenbosch.nl/en/studio-rian-de-jong-2/). There is a grant of 500 € towards material expenses.

The Foundation requires
The resident must be active as a professional in the field and willing to engage with the local jewellery community. The Foundation is happy to assist in this and help make introductions where needed.

The resident is expected to give a lecture at the Jewellery department of the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. The lecture is open to jewellery students and teachers of the Academy, Friends of the Foundation and special invitees.

The resident will install a month-long presentation in a street vitrine in the studio building in July (please see the link for examples http://francoisevandenbosch.nl/en/category/residency-en/).

The resident is expected to document their experience. This can be done visually, showing the working progress in a blog and/or Instagram or as a written report.

The residency does not include:
1. Travel expenses
2. Materials
3. Living Costs
4. Insurance (third-party insurance is obligatory)

- The studio-apartment cannot be used for heavy or dirty work (no gypsum, dust and dirt, no heavy metalworking).
- The studio-apartment is appropriate for just one person; no pets, no smoking and limited guest stay (by request only).
- The artist is expected to leave the studio apartment in a clean state as it was found.
- 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.

 
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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