Studio 170 | GERMANY

Studio 170 | GERMANY

TRAVEL STIPENDS TO GERMANY FOR NEW ENGLAND ARTISTS

Studio 170 │ Germany encourages artists of all disciplines, living and/or working in New England, to consider traveling to Germany for an artist residency or cooperative project. Artists can apply for stipends that cover travel, accommodations, transportation and visa costs up to $1500.

The application deadline is April 30, 2024. Decisions will be communicated by May 15. We expect to fund at least two stipends in 2024.

TRAVEL STIPENDS TO GERMANY FOR NEW ENGLAND ARTISTS

Studio 170 │ Germany encourages artists of all disciplines, living and/or working in New England, to consider traveling to Germany for an artist residency or cooperative project. Artists can apply for stipends that cover travel, accommodations, transportation and visa costs up to $1500.

The application deadline is April 30, 2024. Decisions will be communicated by May 15. We expect to fund at least two stipends in 2024.

CURRENT STIPEND WINNERS

HEATHER KAPPLOW, from Allston, is doing an artist residency at ZK/U Center for Arts and Urbanistics (Berlin) in November/December and then will continue to Hamburg to collaborate with performing artist, cultural worker and researcher Danja Burchard to develop a project that lays the artistic research groundwork for a future-oriented project exploring ephemeral artistic interventions that pay tribute to our subtle ways of creating culture in our daily lives.

CHAIA (KAIA BERMAN PETERS), from Cambridge, works on and performs a three-part immersive audio-visual installation with visual jockey Dan Tombs. The installation, Hofn Stantsye reflects on Jewish nationalism and homeland: past, present, and future. Each part of the installation includes live electronic music performed on a SP-404 sampler, visuals projected on the ceiling and walls, and audience participation. The installation will premiere at the Shtetl Berlin Festival in December.

CURRENT STIPEND WINNERS

HEATHER KAPPLOW, from Allston, is doing an artist residency at ZK/U Center for Arts and Urbanistics (Berlin) in November/December and then will continue to Hamburg to collaborate with performing artist, cultural worker and researcher Danja Burchard to develop a project that lays the artistic research groundwork for a future-oriented project exploring ephemeral artistic interventions that pay tribute to our subtle ways of creating culture in our daily lives.

CHAIA (KAIA BERMAN PETERS), from Cambridge, works on and performs a three-part immersive audio-visual installation with visual jockey Dan Tombs. The installation, Hofn Stantsye reflects on Jewish nationalism and homeland: past, present, and future. Each part of the installation includes live electronic music performed on a SP-404 sampler, visuals projected on the ceiling and walls, and audience participation. The installation will premiere at the Shtetl Berlin Festival in December.