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Akos Cultural NGO, Yerevan, Armenia

August 22, 2012


Art Disciplines: Visual Arts, Curatorial, Art critical researches, Composing, Crafts, Dance, Fiction, Non Fiction, Theatre, Playwriting, Screenwriting, Film making, other.


The primary aim will be for the artists to work on an agreed project in Yerevan and in the country as well. ACOSS residency program is a project workshop for the promotion of multidisciplinary art and cultural international exchange in and out of Armenia. We call artists from all artistic disciplines to live, work, and collaborate during their preferred time of staying. ACOSS takes care of the studio rent in Djrvej and utility expenses (gas, electricity, hot water, TV-set and internet).

On completion of the residency the artists will get a Diploma about participation in the ACOSS Artist- in-Residence program, Booklet or Catalog on Final Exhibition and will provide a detailed report that gives an account of project completion and of all the professional activities in which the artist has engaged while in Yerevan.

The program consists of a residency up to one year and includes private and sharing studios, housing, and three meals per day by agreement. Private studios are available for artists 24 hours a day. We are sure that the friendships established among artists in residence often lead to collaborations and connections after residency period. Financial aid is available.


We have no deadline, but all potential applicants of ACOSS AIR program have to apply at least one month before their preferable residency date. Minimal duration for Artist Residency is 10 days.


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