Jan van Eyck Academie

General information

Brief description of organisation

The Van Eyck is a multiform institute for fine art, design and reflection. International artists, designers, curators, photographers, architects and writers stay at the academy to work on their projects. We are a multidisciplinary institute that furthers experiment, research, study, production and exchange

De Jan van Eyck Academie was founded in 1948 as a national institute for higher education in the visual arts. Since 1978 a residency programme has been put into practice at the academy, in which a teaching situation is replaced for a collaboration with and guidance from more experienced colleagues according to the participant´s individual needs.

Organisation founded in

1948

Brief description of residency program

At the Van Eyck you have a studio of your own to write proposals, work on your project, investigate. In our view, the studio equals the classic vita contemplativa. The programme stands for the vita activa. Both are correlated and as such strike a perfect balance.

The programme is the sum total of the general programme and several more specific programmes. The generic programme consists of regular studio visits by advisors and guests, of lectures, debates, presentations. The specific programmes comprise what happens in the Labs, the In-Labs, the Mirror projects and what you individually contribute and develop. Leitmotif of the annual programme is set by the artistic and content-related needs of the participants.

The Van Eyck boasts well-fitted Labs, an auditorium, gallery spaces and a café-restaurant. The facilities are available to participants and all interested parties. The comings and goings of visitors and Lab users provide ample opportunities for interesting encounters.

Residency program since

1978

Disciplines and media
  • Visual Art
  • Sculpture
  • New Media
  • Printmaking
  • Curatorial
  • Film Making
  • Architecture
Type of organisation
  • Independent Association/Foundation

Residency conditions

Duration of residencies
  • between 6 months and 1 year
Number of artists resident at one time

more than 20

Companions allowed
  • Other
Grants available

stipend, production budget

Expenses paid by artist
  • Travel
  • Housing
  • Food
Expectations of the artist
  • Presentation
  • Exhibition
  • Other

join an In-Lab or a project initiated by Van Eyck Mirror - our project agency

Expenses paid by the organisation
  • Allowance/Stipend
Application who/how

Digital Application

Selection procedure

By Committee

Presentation of artists' work

Exhibition at end of Residency

Description of residency

Setting

Urban

Resources
  • Internet Connection
  • Library
  • Office
  • Kitchen
  • Computer
  • Printmaking Facilities
  • Woodworking Tools
  • Metal Working Tools
  • new media Lab
Number of studios

more than 20

Type and size of studios

Private Studio

Accomodation
  • Private Room
Working language(s)
  • English
Other activities happening at the space
  • Workshops
  • Presentation
  • Films
  • Exhibitions
  • Cafe/Restaurant

How to reach

By train

Central station Maastricht.
See for a map: www.janvaneyck.nl

By plane

Schiphol airport, Amsterdam; Maastricht/ Aachen airport.
Eindhoven Airport - Brussels Airport - Duesseldorf Airport - Cologne Airport
See for a map: www.janvaneyck.nl

By car

Via motorway A2/E25.
See for a map: www.janvaneyck.nl

Nearest airport

Maastricht-Aachen Airport - Eindhoven Airport - Brussels Airport - Duesseldorf Airport - Cologne Airport

Contact information

Jan van Eyck Academie
Academieplein 1
6211 KM Maastricht
Netherlands

solange.roosen@janvaneyck.nl
http://www.janvaneyck.nl

Phone: +31-43-350 3737
Fax: +31-43-350 3799

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