nctm e l’arte: Artists-in-residence is a scholarship, issued every six months and dedicated to visual artists residing in Italy who wish to participate in artist residency programmes based outside Italy and globally recognized by the arts world. The scholarship was established as part of nctm e l’arte, the project launched by Nctm Studio Legale to support contemporary art.
specific requirements for participation
The intent of the scholarship is to promote international mobility for artists who apply, following admission to international ‘in residence’ programs. The scholarship total amount is Euro 10,000 (ten thousand) per year, to be allocated throughout multiple awards during the two yearly admissions, based on criteria taking into account artistic profile, clarity and significance of the projects, training opportunities offered by the host institution and quality of the project proposed (if any).
Deadline for scholarship applications: 02 December 2018.
Assessment results will be announced by: 10 December 2018.
eligibility criteria and application procedure
Candidates must submit their application to firstname.lastname@example.org complete with:
• description of the international programme which the applicant wishes to join;
• documentation proving acceptance by the host institution;
• indication of the residency period, whose start date shall not be before the announcement of the results and which is due to start within a year;
• total expected costs, possibly highlighting the items for which the scholarship is being sought;
• artistic curriculum;
• exhaustive portfolio;
• copy of a valid identity document;
• privacy release;
• indication of any additional documentation being submitted (see below).
Additional documentation (videos, catalogues, etc.) may be sent, by registered mail, return receipt requested or hand-delivered, in either paper or digital form, to:
Nctm Studio Legale – via Agnello, 12 – 20121 Milan
attention: Mrs. Veronica Tamborini
Submitted materials will not be returned at the end of the selection process.
For each application, an ad hoc panel (“Committee”) will be set up to assess all the documents and
materials received and possibly invite the candidates deemed eligible for an in-depth interview.
The Panel for the XII edition of nctm e l’arte: Artists-in-residence is composed of Gabi Scardi, curator of the project, the members of Nctm Art Committee, one or more of the artists who were awarded the scholarship in previous editions and the curator Andrea Lacarpia.
award of the scholarship
Selection methods may vary depending on the residence procedure selected by each candidate. The amount applied for may be awarded in full or in part. The scholarship will be granted in the year of the residency period.
At the end of the period, the scholarship recipients will have to provide the Panel with a short dossier concerning the period of residence and the activities carried out. The scholarship grant may be suspended for justified reasons.
For any further information please contact:
nctm e l’arte
Gabi Scardi – curator
Veronica Tamborini – coordination