AIR 3331, in Tokyo (Japan), is currently seeking applications for residences between September 2, 2019 – May 31, 2020. Deadline to apply is August 5, 2019. Residency Length: Short-term – 1 month (28 days) and Long-term – 2 or 3 months.
“AIR 3331” is an AIR (Artist in Residence) program established by 3331 Arts Chiyoda – a Tokyo-based artist-run center based in a repurposed school, whose former classrooms house 4 floors of exhibition space, independent galleries, workshop facilities and more. With various programs and a diverse influx of visitors to connect with, 3331 Arts Chiyoda is well situated as a base for creative practitioners from around the world.
3331 welcomes individual and group applications from all fields of creators and researchers. There are no restrictions on the method of expression, but the following are requested at the time of application:
- AIR 3331 is a self-funded residency. Applicants (individuals or organizations) must cover the costs of facilities, travel and living expenses, as well as production costs. 3331 cannot provide grants or scholarships.
- Japanese is not a requirement. However, a conversational level of English will help. Coordinators can offer basic support in either English or Japanese.
- Participants are sought with clear project goals, including a schedule for the completion of the proposal, keeping in mind the larger context of 3331 and the community (Tokyo’s Chiyoda City in particular). Participants should take full responsibility for the overall planning and results of their project.
- Participants must abide by Japanese national law when engaging in activities.
For more information and to apply go to the website https://residence.3331.jp/en/.