Each year approximately 50 national and international artists, researchers, critics and academics are selected through an open call. The focus lies on development and creation within the field of print. No prior knowledge of printmaking techniques is required. We reserve the autumn for artist collectives, master's students at colleges and universities, artistic co-workers, etc.
Our principal residency offers individual artists the opportunity to broaden and deepen their own practice through a multiform, print-related project. The focus is on development and creation in one or more of our workshops.
The Collective Residency is where artist collectives, co-working art professionals or any other kind of (informal) collaboration can develop new, print-related projects or work together on common goals/themes, while learning from each other and fellow residents.
Art School Residency
An Art School Residency is a unique opportunity for master and postgraduate students to develop a contemporary, print-related project, within the framework of their educational program and supervised by their own tutors.