Partners & Supporters

Res Artis is an independent network supported by the time, effort and vision of its current voluntary board of directors, it’s part time staff, interns and the financial contributions of its members.

Through the payment of a yearly membership fee, a wide range of foundations, networks, residencies, organisations and individuals, contribute to support the activities run by the network.

Without these individuals and organisations, it would be impossible for Res Artis to live up to it’s vision of being an active, responsive and innovative worldwide network of artist residencies.

1993-2012
 

In the past, Res Artis has also counted with many partners, supporters and contributors in order to develop its meetings, projects and multiple activities.

Res Artis wishes to thank the following organizations for their generous support during 1993 to 2012.

General Meetings

2012 – Tokyo
- Tokyo Wonder Site
- Agency of Cultural Affairs, Government of Japan
- Tokyo Metropolitan Government
- Res Artis General Meeting 2012 TOKYO Japan Committee
- United Nations University
- Tokyo Metropolitan Foundation for History and Culture

2010 – Montreal
- Regroupement des Centres D'Artistes Autogérés du Québec
- Arca, Canada
- Canada Council for the Arts
- Conseil des Arts de Montréal
- Musée Juste Pour Rire

2008 – Amsterdam
- Netherlands Foundation for Visual Arts, Design and Architecture
- Dutch ministry of Culture, Education & Science
- Amsterdam Fund for the Arts
- City Council of Amsterdam
- Prins Bernhard Cultuurfonds
- Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten
- Jan van Eyck Academy
- Trans Artists
- European Ceramic Working Center
- European Cultural Foundation
- HIVOS
- DOEN Foundation
- Mondriaan Foundation
- SICA
- Wieden + Kennedy
- Kunstenaars & Co.
- IFAA foundation
- Thami Mnyele
- SLAK
- Thamgidi Foundation
- Smart Project Space

2005 – Berlin
- Art Forum Berlin
- Arena Berlin
- Max Lieberman
- ufaFabrik
- Künstlerhaus Bethanien
- Sophiensaele
- C/O Berlin
- House of World Cultures
- Berlin City Capital Culture
- Schloss Broellin
- Unesco-Aschberg programme
- Asia Europe Foundation

2004 - Sydney and Melbourne
- Artspace Visual Arts Centre
- Gertrude Contemporary Art Spaces
- Australia Council for the Arts
- New South Wales Ministry for the Arts
- Arts Victoria
- Sydney City Council
- City of Melbourne
- Asialink
- Institute of Cultural Research, UNSW
- Ian Potter Centre, National Gallery of Victoria
- Boomalli Aboriginal Artists’ Cooperative
- Museum of Contemporary Art

2002 - Helsinki
- Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art

2000 - Santa Monica

- California Arts Council
- Los Angeles Cultural Affairs Department
- Getty Trust
- Shoshana Wayne Gallery
- Absolut LA International Biennale
- Patricia Correia Gallery
- Self help Graphics
- 18th Street Arts Center
- International Circle at 18th Street
- LA County Arts Commission
- CAMAC center, France
- Japan Foundation
- Villa Aurora Foundation
- Art Source LA
- Japanese American Cultural and Community Center
- LACMA
- UCLA Hammer
- Watts Towers Art Centers

1998 - New Delhi
- Sanskriti Foundation
- India International Centre
- India Habitat Centre

1997 - Cassis
- Alliance of Artists’ Communities

1996 - Dublin
- The Irish Museum of Modern Art
- The Royal Hospital, Kilmainham
- The Fire Station Artists’ Studios

1995 - Budapest and Tata
- Soros Centers for Contemporary Art

1994 - Barcelona and Sabadell
- Regidoria de Cultura of the City of Sabadell

1993 – Berlin
- Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Regional Meetings

2012 - Vienna
- KulturKontakt
- Kunstforum Strabag
- WUK Kunsthalle Exnergasser

2011 - Debrecen
- MODEM Centre for Modern and Contemporary Arts

2009 - Gyeonggi
- Gyeonggi Museum of Modern Art (the host Gyeonggi Creation Center is an affiliate of this museum)

2009 – Warsaw
- Centre for Contemporary Art Ujazdowski organizer
- Adam Mickiewicz Institute –
- The City of Warsaw
- Koninkrijk der Nederlanden
- British Council
- Goethe Institute
- Swiss Arts Council Prohelvetia
- Polish Culture Institute
- Institute Camoes
- Trust for Mutual Understanding

2006 - Pittsburgh
- Alliance of Artists Communities

2006 – Helsinki
- IETM (International Network for the Performing Arts) and the Mobile Home.
- The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland
- Ministry of Education Finland
- Arts Council of Finland
- Nordic Institute of Contemporary Art
- City of Helsinki, Finland
- Finnish Artists Studio Foundation
- Helsinki International Artists Program (HIAP)
- On the Move
- Visiting Arts
- Fondazione Fitzcarraldo
- Goethe-Institut

2006 - Mexico City
- Gateway to the Americas

1996 - Berlin
- Künstlerhaus Bethanien

Res Artis Mapping

- Residencias en Red (2011)
- Fonds BKVB (2011)
- China Residencies (2013)

Res Artis Awards

- BJCEM Biennale, Skopje, Macedonia (2009)
- Dakart Biennial, Dakar, Senegal (2006)

ResSupport  Fellowship

- 18th Street Art Center (2012)
- Akademie Schloss Solitude (2012)

Operational grants (2008-2012)

European Comission: Education and Culture DG