AIR 3331 OPEN CALL
Presentation(exhibition, performance, and open studio)Available
Grants and subsidies for travel expensesNot available
Grants and other financial supports/ Support by coordinators and art professionalsNot available
Art genresVisual arts/ Fine arts , Performing arts , Craft / Applied arts , Film / Video , Others
|Application period||Regular call|
|Description||Providing an intensive period of stay and production, the AIR 3331 program has hosted artists, curators and researchers who act as “magnets”, interlinking their respective bases of activity through art. The program aims to facilitate discovery and the mutual exchange of diverse values at a local level, inspired by the unique culture, history and stories of the immediate Tokyo (Chiyoda City) community. The program openly welcomes participants from Japan and overseas who work in a diverse range of genres, including visual and media art, design, performing arts, music and architecture. Our program places no limit on the form of media or the resulting production of work, making it ideal for those looking to create freely and independently.|
|Residency location||Iwamotocho Residence & Studio|
|Residency period||Duration: 1-3 months (May be adjusted)|
|Qualification||AIR 3331 welcomes individual and group applications from all fields of creators and researchers. There are no restrictions on the method of expression, but we do ask the following at the time of application:
AIR 3331 is a self-funded residency. Applicants (individuals or organizations) must cover the costs of facilities, travel and living expenses, as well as production costs. AIR 3331 cannot provide grants or scholarships.
Japanese is not a requirement. However, a conversational level of English will help. Coordinators can offer basic support in either English or Japanese.
We seek participants with clear project goals, including a schedule for the completion of the proposal, keeping in mind the larger context of AIR 3331 and the community (Tokyo's Chiyoda City in particular). Participants should take full responsibility for the overall planning and results of their project.
Participants must abide by Japanese national law when engaging in activities.
|Pay by artists / Support for artists||¥210,000 - ¥264,500/1-month (*depends on plan)|
|Selection process||By selection committee made up of program coordinators and manager|