Young artists, scholars, and scientists as well as cultural and economic professionals are invited to apply for the Solitude fellowship in Stuttgart, Germany.
Akademie Schloss Solitude supports young artists, scholars, scientists, as well as cultural and economic professionals via residential fellowships.
Fellows are obliged to spend at least two thirds of their fellowships at the Akademie.
International artists, scientists, scholars, and business representatives are invited to apply for fellowships in the following fields: visual arts and media, music and performing arts, digital art/journalism and programming, architecture and design, literature and language, education, and science.
Fellows will benefit from a free, furnished living/working studio including electricity, water and heating and a monthly fellowship grant of € 1,200. Travel expenses for arrival and departure will be provided.
The Akademie also offers optional additional benefits to cover transport expenses for the carriage of materials, tools, or instruments, project funding, and health insurance for non-EU fellows.
The deadline is on Tuesday 30th November 2021.
The candidates should not be older than 40. Applications from students enrolled in degree programs will not be considered; PhD students may submit applications.
A very limited number of fellowships can be awarded regardless of the applicants’ age. Application rounds for Solitude fellowships are held every two years and the jury awards a maximum of 65 fellows.
Knowledge of either German and/or English and/or French is a prerequisite for application.
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