American arts organisation the Amant Foundation is accepting applications for its 2022-23 studio and research residency programme. The organisation provides an environment for international practitioners to conduct their artistic research in New York for three months.

Interested applicants should submit a specific research proposal outlining their interests and intentions during the residency. The proposal can only be submitted via Amant’s application system, which is available once a year.

The candidates will be selected by a professional committee, which includes director of The Showroom Elvira Dyangani Ose, and London and Amant’s internal senior team.

Note: Due to the large number of applicants, Amant will not provide individual feedback. Only the selected artists will be contacted after the open call.

Amant also supports each resident’s artistic research by facilitating access to relevant institutions, archives, and scholars in New York City,” Amant says. “By listening to and engaging with the many perspectives the city has to offer, each artist has the opportunity to enrich their creative practice and gain access to New York’s world-renowned art scene.”

Who can apply?

Applications are accepted from creative practitioners and academics from a variety of disciplines within the contemporary arts including:

  • Performance
  • Visual arts
  • Cultural theory
  • Writing
  • Filmmaking

Successful applicants will receive:

  • Individual studios, a private communal area and access to outdoor spaces within Amant’s campus.
  • Roundtrip economy flights and airport transfers to New York.
  • A monthly expense allowance of $3,000 to offset the costs of accommodation, transport and day-to-day expenses. Applicants must note that Amant studios are not residential.
  • The opportunity to benefit from the expertise of the artistic team at Amant and New York city’s cultural and academic community.

Applications are ongoing here. 

However, the application deadline for the current phase is 30 November 2021.

View the original call here.

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