2013 January Res Artis Newsletter
2013: Res Artis’s 20th anniversary year!
What a great time to join our network!
2013 is going to be a great year for Res Artis. As we celebrate our 20th anniversary, we are dedicated to continuing to working on achieving our mission, vision, and values as our focus will be mainly put on:
Our meetings – what could be better than to spend time with organizers of other residencies? We believe this is the best way to learn from each other about the current state of the field, compare programs, and share your successes, failures, and strategies on how to address the ever-changing world of art residencies. Becoming a Res Artis member is an excellent way to meet future project partners, funders, and friends.
Our projects – the ResSupport training and support program for emerging artist-residencies has brought excellent results for our Members. Also, the ResSupport Fellowship is a great opportunity for an emerging Res Artis member organization to experience a residency period with an established organization, which had 3 successful experiences and we are looking for more opportunities.
Our website – If you are not a member, you can join and gain visibility by creating a profile on one of the top sources for international information about artist residencies; your profile, upcoming deadlines and news will be available to the over 40,000 people who monthly visit our webpage, 39.000 Facebook Fans and our 24.000 Newsletter receivers on a monthly basis.
- Organized our 13th Res Artis General Meeting in Tokyo, Japan.
- Held a meeting in Vienna hosted by KulturKontakt addressing the state of residencies in Eastern Europe.
- Put the ResSupport Fellowship program into action with 3 successful cases.
- Launched our Res Artis Mapping project.
-In partnership with the Rockefeller Foundation and the Alliance we began research on the role of assessment in the field of residencies.
- We also welcomed three new members to our board.
- Said goodbye to our invaluable Communications/web editor: Julie Upmeyer - Welcomed a new staff member, Alvaro de Salvo to the office.
- Moved offices into the Rijksakademie.
We want to know what you think
We are very interested in knowing what you think about our website, Facebook Fan page and Newsletter.
It is very important for us to know about your thoughts, ideas or improvements you may want to suggest.
Would you take 5 minutes to help us improve in these aspects?
You can answer our questions HERE
Thanks to our interns and volunteer translators
We want to thank to our interns (from left to right) Katerina Kokesova, Artemis Palaska, Ruth Dyson, Margherita Grassi and Christina Coveou for their efforts in contributing to our organisation’s projects and activities during the past year.
Thank you all for your time, your skills and your generosity.
Are you looking forward to have an artist-in-residence experience?
In the following link you will find the complete listing of upcoming deadlines: