AiR@SLU Call (closed)
We are excited to host one artist-in-residence (AiR) at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU) in Uppsala in 2022!
The AiR@SLU is part of the Mistra Environmental Communication research program (more info below), and offers an artist the opportunity to investigate and explore environment and sustainability in collaboration with the research program and community. Practically, the AiR@SLU entails a grant, access to SLU facilities, direct and ongoing contact with a local SLU-host and organisational support from the organising team. We hope this opportunity will enable the selected artist to examine how the environment and sustainability are understood and expressed in a politicised, polarised and complex world.
The AiR@SLU is performed on location in Uppsala from the 1st of September until the 31st of October 2022. It is part of a larger residency program and is facilitated by the Mistra Environmental Communication Media & Art team at the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism (ICSJ) at Charles University, with additional support from the NGO Sqridge.
The artist selected for the AiR@SLU will have:
The artist selected for the AiR@SLU is required to;
All output created by the artist remains their intellectual property.
We welcome artists in any discipline, from visual, to sculptural, to digital media, and beyond, to submit an application for the AiR@SLU to email@example.com until the 31st of May 2022.
The application must include:
Before applying, artists are strongly recommended to familiarise themselves with the Mistra Environmental Communication research program at SLU. The program website is at https://www.slu.se/site/mistra-ec/.
|• Application deadline:||31 May 2022|
|• Artist invitation:||Early August 2022|
|• AiR@SLU in Uppsala:||1 September until 31 October 2022|
|• Artists blogpost deadline:||October 2022|
|• AiR@SLU showcase:||Late 2022|
|• AiR@MISTRAEC programme exhibition:||Late 2023|
The AiR@SLU is part of a series of AiRs at the Mistra Environmental Communication research programme. This series of AiRs is coordinated by the Institute of Communication Studies and Journalism at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic. More about the Mistra Environmental Communication research programme at ICSJ
We will have the following three artist-in-residencies:
The programme concludes with a collaborative exhibition in late 2023 featuring (a selection of) work from artworks produced during AiR@CU, AiR@SLU and AiR@USC.