The Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s 2022 Residency Program
Owing to the ongoing pandemic, the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s 2022 Residency Program, which was announced last year, will no longer take place. For all those interested or who have already applied, we kindly ask for your understanding and for you to please check our website at the end of 2022 for further information about our program.
The aim of the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s residency program is to help artists, particularly those working in the visual and performing arts, develop their work by offering them a living/working studio and the support of a professional team in the vibrant city of Berlin. In alignment with the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s central value of maintaining an openness with regards to its program, the Residency Program is developed individually in discussion between its team and each participating artist. The same applies to the final presentation of work, for which the Project Space of the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen can be used.
Spaces and Dates
Successful applicants will be offered an 80 sqm apartment that includes a work space. Each residency period lasts between 8 to 10 weeks and takes place during the following weeks:
• April 11th – June 5th, 20XX
• July 18th – September 11th, 20XX
• October 4th – November 27th, 20XX
At the end of each residency period, artists will be given a space of approximately 75 sqm for the presentation of an exhibition, performance, or similar project, for up to 10 days.
What We Offer
• A free space to live and work in
• An exhibition space to accommodate the artist’s final presentation (to be included in the Stiftung Reinbeckhallen’s program)
• On-site organizational, curatorial, and communication support
Who Can Apply
The Stiftung Reinbeckhallen residency program is open to artists who reside outside of Germany and work in the fields of the visual and performing arts.
Special consideration will be given to LGBTQI+ people, socially disadvantaged individuals, and artists who include printmaking or printing techniques in their practices. Applications from mothers with small children are welcome and there are no set age limits.
How to Apply
Please provide us with your CV, a letter of intent (up to 500 words), an artist statement (up to 500 words), and a portfolio with a selection of works (max. 5 works, max. 10 MB).
For the requested documents, we ask that you make a folder with your full name containing the files (in PDF format). Please upload it to your own server or a file sharing service (such as WeTransfer or Dropbox) and provide us with the download link.
The final selection of participants will be made by a committee comprised of curators, art historians, foundation members, and advisers, and announced by the end of January.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.