The application period for the Digital Solitude fellowships in 2017 starts on May 1 and runs until June 30, 2016. Young professionals who have an interest in the content of the international artist-in-residence program at Akademie Schloss Solitude and its interdisciplinary network can apply for a fellowship.
he program will offer them the space and flexibility to develop new ideas and formats, which will be published on or in connection with the online platform Schlosspost, a content-focused online platform in English for the Solitude network. The website is simultaneously an online magazine and artists’ portfolio and is aimed at a global audience of young artists and those interested in the arts. The fellowship includes a grant of 1,150 Euros a month (plus a one-time grant for travel costs for the journey to and from Stuttgart from the fellow’s primary place of residence) and a combination apartment/studio, where electricity, water, and heating will be provided free of charge.
- young journalists, designers, artists under the age of 35;
- students are not eligible.
The Digital Solitude program with its fellowships and the online platform Schlosspost are supported by the State Ministry of Baden-Wuerttemberg for Science, Research, and the Arts.