CopenhAustin Residency Application Support Workshop

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Join us to learn about the open call and application for CopenhAustin - a Danish residency and exchange program supporting queer artists working in live performance in the Greater Austin area. There will be time to ask questions, get support, and work on your application in the company of peers. We'll break down what the residency opportunity is, who it's for, and how to submit a successful application.Computers available, or bring your own. There will be snacks! Please reach out to with “Transportation Support” in the subject line if ride share credits would be supportive to access this workshop. This workshop will take place at The Museum of Human Achievement and a recorded version will be placed online at UP_MoHA_WH9_Exchange.

Computers available, or bring your own. There will be snacks!

Opportunity Type Description Start End Link
UP MoHA WH9 Exchange Open Call Warehouse9 (Copenhagen, Denmark), Unlisted Projects (Austin, TX) and The Museum of Human Achievement (Austin, Texas) have come together to offer a residency exchange of one artist from Texas and one artist from Denmark. This international residency opportunity is intended for queer artists working within live performance and designed to support network building, the creation and sharing of new work in an international context. Residents are given the time, space, freedom and financial support to concentrate upon the development of their own work. This residency programme is funded and has a fixed duration of one month. This residency opportunity will be awarded following an open call and application process. Residency artists will be selected in partnership with participating organizations and host a public sharing of work created during their residency at both their host and home organization. The purpose of this residency programme is to support artistic development and facilitate cultural exchange, and long-term connections between artists, organizations and the greater communities of Texas and Denmark. A unique dimension of the call is a commitment to the intersection of LGBTQIA+ issues and environmental sustainability practices. 03.01.24 03.31.24 Link