The fellows network cologne/NRW is an intercultural and interdisciplinary platform encouraging dialogue among the various residency programs, fellows and artists in residence in Cologne and North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). It aims to connect the independent art scene with established art and research institutions and functions as a general contact for fellows and artists in residence for any concerns. In order to develop a floating dialogue the network established regular meetings for fellows in various spaces and in close collaboration with our partner institutions in Cologne and NRW. The blog serves as an information pool: listing events, current fellows and artists in residence and providing links and helpful materials.
The network has been initiated by the Academy of the Arts of the World and the City of Cologne in 2013 and is funded by RheinEnergieStiftung Kultur. Current partners are internationale filmschule köln ifs, TanzFaktur, Ausstellungsraum Büro für Brauchbarkeit, Internationales Kolleg Morphomata: Genese, Dynamik und Medialität kultureller Figurationen, ZAIK, CAT-Cologne and the Cultural Office of the City of Cologne as well as its friends Literaturhaus Köln and the Academy of Media Arts Cologne.
The fellows network cologne/NRW is coordinated by Therese Schuleit.
The fellows network is funded by:
Are you a fellow in Cologne/NRW and would like to have information? Are you interested in a fellowship in Cologne/NRW and would like to have assistance? Are you a cultural institution based in Cologne/NRW and would like to partner with the network?
Feel free to send us an email with your questions, ideas, or concerns and we will get back to you.
fellows network cologne/NRW
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