Res Artis Meeting 2019 Kyoto became the final Res Artis Meeting held before the pandemic. Over 170 artist-in-residence organizers and artists from 30 nations and regions came together for this meeting. New artist in residence models responding to the changing socioeconomic environment were highlighted, and participants discussed topics including how these new models should be evaluated, how artist-in-residence programs should relate to society and fulfill artist needs, and how these innovative models should be launched (report).
We published a booklet containing discussions from meeting contributors including Mami Odai (Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio AIR Director), Heidi Vogels (artist and AiR Platform NL coordinator), and Mariska van den Berg (Curator, St. Joost School of Art & Design).
Res Artis Meeting 2019 Kyoto_Creative Encounters: Reimagining Residencies(PDF, 3.37MB)
01 Mami Odai｜Overview of Artist Residencies in Japan: Considering the Climate, Moving Artists and Their Host Regions, Ourselves at Present
02 Heidi Vogels｜On Artist Residencies in Japan. Site visits, dinner conversations and backyard stories.
03 A selection of Artist Residencies in Japan / A selection of Artist Residencies in the Netherlands.
04 Mariska van den Berg｜Art Residencies: Performing the Margins
05 Res Artis Meeting 2019 Kyoto Document Creative Encounters: Reimagining Residencies
06 Lea O’Loughlin, Eliza Dawson｜Evolution to Adaptation: The Future of International Arts Residencies
Published by Kyoto Art Center (Kyoto Arts and Culture Foundation)
Art Direction by Yusuke Mimasu (ym design)
Designed by Eidai Nagato (ym design)
Edited by Mami Katsuya (Kyoto Art Center)
Subsidized by Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
2021.7.19Artist-in-Residence in the Pandemic