Artist in Residence Program: Fixing What’s Broken

Application deadline: 12th December 2021

Academy in Exile is pleased to announce its 2021–22 artist in residence program with three fellowships of three months each for a filmmaker/videographer, sound artist, and visual artist to work on the theme of Fixing What’s Broken.

Academy in Exile invites applications for the 3-month residency fellowships in Berlin. Eligible are cultural producers who advocate on behalf of human rights, democracy, and the pursuit of free expression and/or who have been displaced because of their professional work. 

The three artists in residence, funded by a grant from the Allianz Kulturstiftung, will be associated with Academy in Exile’s Critical Thinking Program at the Freie Universität Berlin. Applications will be assessed by members of the Academy in Exile Team and an international jury, and evaluated according to artistic merit, risk assessment, civil society advocacy, and willingness to engage with the fellows and program offerings of Academy in Exile.

Call for Applications & Applicant Information Form

Please find the complete CfA here .

Please find the Applicant Information form here.

Fellowship Information

Fellowship Start: Winter & Spring 2021/2022

Fellowship Period: three months

Monthly Stipend: 2,500 EUR 

Application Deadline: 12th December 2021 

Open to: applicants from within Europe, as well as from overseas 

Location: FU Berlin, Campus Lankwitz 

Contact: aie.artists@uni-due.de

International Jury

Prof. Vanessa Agnew (AiE/ English Studies, Universität Duisburg-Essen/ Australian National University)
Khaled Barakeh (Artist, Berlin)
Assoc. Prof. Andrea F. Bohlman (Music, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
Çağan Duran (AiE/ Turkish Studies, Universität Duisburg-Essen)
Ali Hasan (Musician, Berlin)
Prof. Paweł Leszkowicz (Art History, Adam Mickiewicz University)
Çiğdem Mater (Filmmaker, Hamburg/Istanbul)
Prof. Claudia Tazreiter (Migration, Ethnicity, and Society, Linköping University)