The European Investment Bank (EIB) Institute is looking for emerging European artists and collectives to join the 2018 edition of its ‘Artists Development Programme’ (ADP), a 5–6 weeks long residency programme in Luxembourg in May/June 2018, under the mentorship of British artist Callum Innes.
The EIB launched two calls for applications with a thematic focus on ‘Disruption: The Imprint of Man’ and one on ‘Cultural Heritage: Dealing with History through Art’ open for visual artists (aged less than 35) with the nationality of one of the 28 EU Member States.
The EIB Institute will cover the artist’s travel costs to and from Luxembourg (residency), and to and from Callum Innes’s studio (before the start of the residency). The artist will receive a stipend (100 Euros per day to cover living costs and production) and will be provided with a living/working space. Upon starting the residency the artist will be given an additional production budget of 500 Euros and at the end of the residency will receive a success fee of 1,000 Euros. Upon completion of the residency, the EIB may acquire the artwork(s) produced on-site from the artist.