Call for Applications: Asian Graduate Student Fellowships 2019 (6 weeks In-residence) at Asia Research Institute, NUS, Singapore

The Asia Research Institute (ARI) of the National University of Singapore (NUS) invites applications from citizens of Asian countries currently enrolled in a fulltime Master’s or PhD degree at a university in an Asian country (except Singapore) for consideration for the award of Asian Graduate Student Fellowships. Offered to graduate students working in the Humanities and Social Sciences on Southeast Asian topics, the fellowship will allow the recipients to be based at NUS for an ‘in residence fellowship’ for a period of six (6) weeks. The aim of the fellowship is to enable scholars to make full use of the wide range of resources held in the libraries of NUS and the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies.



A limited number of students may be selected to take part in a two-week long intensive course on English academic writing. This program is specifically intended for students who struggle with writing and/or communicating in academic English. You are asked to indicate in your application if you see a need for participating in this course. If you have already received training in this field or if you are a (near) native speaker you might not benefit from this course. Please note that those students who enroll in the English academic writing program will thus have two weeks less time to conduct research locally. Please consider carefully what is more important to you at this stage of your career.



The fellowship will commence on 17 June 2019, and scholars are expected to finish a paper of 8,000 words and make a presentation on their work at the “Singapore Graduate Forum on Southeast Asian Studies” to be organized from 22 to 26 July 2019. You are requested to have a draft of your paper and to submit it not later than two weeks before commencing the fellowship program (04 June 2019). This paper will be shared with your local mentor in preparation for your interactions with her/him.


Successful candidates can expect the following benefits:

  1. A one-time allowance of SGD500.00
  2. A one-time round trip travel subsidy by the most economical and direct route (via budget airline if available) on a reimbursement basis upon being accepted for the fellowship.
  3. Access to library and computer resources on campus. You can look forward to excellent library and internet computer facilities at NUS’ main library (, the library at the Institute of Southeast Asian Studies (ISEAS) ( and the Lee Kong Chian Reference Library at the National Library ( to facilitate your research for the dissertation. NUS’ main library has 2 million volumes covering all topics while ISEAS’ library has 200,000 on Southeast Asian topics, half of which are in Southeast Asian languages.
  4. Exposure to seminars by various experts in the field.
  5. A mentor/advisor will be appointed based on candidate’s research topic.
  6. The Training Employment Pass and Visa will be arranged for by ARI.
  7. On-campus accommodation will be arranged by ARI.



Interested applicants are invited to e-mail:

  1. The Application Form, click here for Application Form.
  2. A 2-page outline of your research proposal in English. The 2-page research proposal must include the following details:

a)      whether the data collection or fieldwork stage of the research has already been completed;

b)       how the fellowship will contribute to the research

c)       the types of sources to be consulted in Singapore

d)       proposed work plan during the fellowship.


  1. One letter of reference from your principal thesis supervisor must be sent confidentially to the same e-mail address by the deadline of 15 December 2018. Since this fellowship offers the opportunity to enroll in an English Academic Writing Course specifically targeted at graduate students who might benefit from this, make sure  your referee addresses how and why you would benefit from such a programme. If your wish is to conduct research locally in Singapore please make sure your referee addresses the usefulness and feasibility of this.



  1. Eligible candidates must have completed their fieldwork by the time the Fellowship starts in June 2019.
  2. Basic proficiency of the English Language.


Please send the completed application documents to Mdm Kalaichelvi at by 15 December 2018. Referee must send the letter of reference in confidence to the same e-mail address.

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Call for Applications | Beyond Anthropocene: Banff Research in Culture (BRiC) Visual + Digital Arts

Program Overview

Successful societies learn to live sustainably by adapting to their environment and naturally imposed resource constraints. Our society may no longer be able to mitigate global warming and its widespread ecological impacts without significant structural change. Some climate scientists have begun to use the tricky vocabulary of “adaptation” to suggest we can modify our ecological systems, instead of our social ones, to ensure our future existence. Others refer to “transition” — a slow nudging of humanity to a better course. Adaptation and transition are becoming accepted narratives of ways forward, yet revolution may be needed to overturn the many inequalities that shape our society and its impact on the environment.

The Beyond Anthropocene program asks how adaptation, transition, and revolution might prescribe our future realities. Together we will investigate the capacities and limits of our imaginations to conceive of what lies beyond the climate crisis. The residency is for artists, cultural theorists, researchers, scientists, architects, and writers engaged with these topics as they struggle to understand how to respond to 21st Century challenges. Throughout this intensive program, participants will engage in productive dialogue, expand their knowledge and understanding through collaboration, and develop a critical collection of creative research, writings, musings, designs, and solutions for addressing the next epoch of human existence.

What does the program offer?

Participants will engage in group discussions, lectures, seminars, and workshops offered by visiting faculty and guests.

Through peer interaction, collaboration, and conversation, participants will gain new insights and approaches that can be applied to the development of their work and the program theme. The program will also forge lasting networks among researchers and artists, and become a basis for future engagement.

Who should apply?

We invite compelling and original proposals from mid-career thinkers, researchers, architects, writers, curators, scientists and social scientists, and artists.

Researchers should be working at a post-doctoral level or beyond. Artists, architects, and writers must have completed formal training in their discipline and demonstrate a commitment to exhibition, publication, and professional practice.

About Banff Research in Culture (BRiC)

Banff Research in Culture (BRiC) is a research and conversation based residency program designed for scholars and artists engaged in advanced theoretical exploration of topics in culture.

It offers an opportunity for those with similar interests from different disciplinary and professional backgrounds to exchange opinions, ideas, and create. Participants are encouraged to discuss new research, artistic, editorial, and authorial projects, both individually and in connection with others.


For more follow the link here –

Call for Applications: Peers 2018

Deadline: 31 March, 2018

Submit applications to

The PEERS Residency, a four-week residency programme at Khoj Studios, New Delhi provides  emerging artists a unique platform for dialogue, experimentation and exchange. In its 15th year, the Khoj PEERS programme  continues to provide a forum for interaction, creating a network of young artists from various art, architecture, media and design disciplines.

Khoj is inviting applications for PEERS 2018 from young emerging artists, final year  MFA students and  self-trained artists with a minimum of 2 years of experience in the field  to push and experiment with the inter-disciplinarity of contemporary art. Self taught artists may apply.

The call is applicable only for Indian nationals.

Applications are open for

– 5 Artists-in-residence

– 1 Critic-in-residence

To apply, please send the following documents to with “PEERS 2018 Application” in the subject line.

For applications for Artists-in-Residence kindly apply with the following:

– Updated CV

-Images of previous works not exceeding 5 MB (stills) to 25 MB (videos). Each work must have a short concept note or explanatory text accompanying it.

– 2 Letters of Reference from faculty members/ senior artists/other ( with designation)

 For application for Critic-in-Residence kindly apply with the following

-Updated CV

-2 recent pieces of writing (Not to exceed 1500 words each)

-2 Letters of Reference faculty members/ senior artists

Last date to send in applications: March 31, 2018

The PEERS programme is generously supported by Inlaks Shivdasani Foundation.


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ANN: Terra Summer Residency, Giverny

Giverny, France, June 4 – August 3, 2018
Deadline: Jan 15, 2018

The Terra Summer Residency brings together doctoral scholars of
American Art and emerging artists worldwide for a nine-week
residential program in Giverny, France. The program encourages
independent work while providing seminars and mentoring by senior
scholars and artists to foster reflection and debate.

In addition to a stipend, fellows receive on-site lodging, use of
working facilities, and lunches for the duration of the residency.

Candidates worldwide can apply. Applicants must be either:

– A visual artist with a master’s degree or its equivalent at the time
of application.

– A doctoral candidate researching American art and visual culture or
its role in a context of international artistic exchange prior to

For more information about the program, eligibility criteria,
application procedure, please visit the Terra Foundation website:

For more information about applying for the Terra Summer Residency, as
well as invited senior advisor and guest lecturer positions, please

The 2018 Terra Summer Residency will run from June 4 to August 3.

Reference / Quellennachweis:
ANN: Terra Summer Residency, Giverny. In:, Nov 26, 2017.

STIP: Henry Moore Institute Visiting Research Fellowships, Leeds

Henry Moore Institute, Leeds
Application deadline: Mar 5, 2018

Call for Applications
Visiting Research Fellowships (2018–19)

The Henry Moore Institute is a world-recognised centre for the study
of sculpture. We host a year-round programme of exhibitions,
conferences and lectures, as well as developing research and
publications, to expand the understanding and scholarship of
sculpture. Each year we offer a number of Fellowships to enable
researchers to develop their work.

Visiting Research Fellowships are intended for artists, academics and
curators working on historic and contemporary sculpture who can make
particular use of the Institute’s resources: our Research Library,
Archive of Sculptors’ Papers and the Leeds Sculpture Collections.

Up to four Research Fellows will be given the opportunity to spend a
month in Leeds. In addition we will support up to two six-week Senior
Fellowships, which are intended to give established scholars time and
space to develop a research project free from usual work commitments.

Both Fellowships include accommodation, travel expenses and a per diem.

For more information on the Henry Moore Institute Visiting Research
Fellowships visit

To apply for either Fellowship please forward a letter of application,
a 750-word research proposal, that also indicates how you will use our
resources, and a CV by Monday 5 March 2018 to Kirstie Gregory,
Research Co-ordinator,

Reference / Quellennachweis:
STIP: Henry Moore Institute Visiting Research Fellowships, Leeds. In:, Nov 23, 2017. <>.

Call for Resilience: Artist in Residence 2018

This call invites artists and curators who are interested in performance and sound art to register for Resilience: Artist in Residence.

In its second edition, the residence welcomes artists and curators who are interested in developing their work in rural spaces and/or in environmental resilience between the 22 February and 14 March, 2018.

The residence proposes an esthetic study of resilience, whether it is characterized as a place, state, form, or applied to a person, setting, animal or thing.

If interested please send your application documents to: The email subject must state: Registration – Resilience: Artist in Residence. The email must contain:

A PDF document with the artistic proposal, the plan of work, drawings, etc (maximum of 3 A4 pages).
A PDF document with personal data and contact information (name, address, nationality, date of birth, email, telephone) + portfolio + curriculum + homepage link and other references, if there are any (maximum of 10 MB).
The deadline for registration is December 30, 2017.


If selected, each artist will receive: return tickets from their place of origin, lodging (private or shared with one other), shared studios, board and the sum of R$2,000.00 per project.

At the end of the residency we will hold an exhibition with the works, and afterwards release a publication.

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Two-month Vilém Flusser Residency in Berlin – Deadline 30 November

Two-month Vilém Flusser Residency Program for Artistic Research in Berlin – Deadline 30 November

Calling for artistic research projects that actively explore the capabilities and limitations of transdisciplinary and transmedial situations in contemporary culture.

– travel costs to Berlin
– stipend/grant of 1.300 EUR per month
– workspace at the Vilém Flusser Archive at the University of Arts (UdK) in Berlin.
For more follow the link