Selected project calls
An exciting investigation of the world of cooking below 0°C, carried out by an artist who likes to play with perception, spike curiosity and question believes, traditions and expectations. Investigation unfolds in the field of experimental gastronomy, science and art.
Artists & Archivists meetup #2, 22 November Meertens Institute
The Artists & Archivists meetups aim to engage artists, archivists and other researchers in a dialogue on their research approaches, methods and results, to learn from each other’s experiences and to explore future research collaborations. Organised by ARIAS & the Humanities Cluster of the KNAW.
This call involves a research trail that involves glass in all its aspects, and I welcome all possible connections that are related to this world: physical, visual, metaphorical, cultural, historical– anything!
‘Artist in Residence’ program @ Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft
Deadline for applications: December 31, 2018
Theatre and Systems Biology
The idea is to create a theatre environment and a set of plays that help humans understand how systems biology works, i.e. how Life emerges from molecular interactions, and how health can be maintained and obtained by tuning those interactions with individualized therapies.
Diversity in Dutch Museums
I would like to compare the gender and race diversity of Dutch museum staff with the museum’s audience and the artists within its collection. Taking as an example the Guerrilla Girls, I need these statistics visually interpreted by an artist.
Mingler Scholarship – call for applications, deadline June 8, 2018
The Mingler Scolarship is now open for applications for a collaboration project between a scientist and an artist who are participating in Mingler.
Open for nominations: Artist in Residence Fellowship @ NIAS. Deadline 12 May 2018
Want to spend 5 months working on a project that contributes to cross-fertilisation between the arts and science at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies? Apply now for the NIAS/Society of Arts Fellowship.
Artist in Residence @ KNIR Rome, deadline for nominations 1 April 2018
The KNIR Artist-in-Residence Programme is meant for artists (painters, sculptors, architects, photographers, writers, poets, filmmakers, choreographers, couturiers, actors and so on) who would like to spend three months in Rome working on a art/science project.