INSTINC Residency Programme (Singapore)

INSTINC Residency Programme (Singapore)

This Deadline Expired: Saturday, September 1, 2018

Established in 2004, INSTINC is an artist-run institution that promotes a new language of art to realize a wide array of art forms, including but not limited to installation, performance and video art. In 2009, INSTINC launched its own Artist-in-Residency programme to provide a unique framework for young artists with limited experience to bypass large-scale institutional residences and take on a space where they are able to engage in various experiments, foster dialogue, involve critical discussion, cultivate professional and personal connections and examine the potentials of contemporary artistic production. As Singapore is fast becoming an art incubator; recently named as one of the world’s top 12 cities to watch for exciting contemporary art and internationally recognized for its dynamic, young, contemporary arts scene, since inception, INSTINC has introduced 65 artists of 20 nationalities and a diverse range of disciplines to vibrant Clarke Quay, Singapore, where we are situated.

Our artist residents are welcomed to our building’s facilities, including the gym, pool, and jacuzzi. In addition, we also
commit to assisting our artists with a media campaign and exhibition setup, using our existing connections to the Singaporean art world.

Artists can choose to stay between 1 and 3 months at a reasonable rate.

If you are interested in learning more about INSTINC and the programme, please email ENQUIRIES@INSTINC.COM or
check out our website WWW.INSTINC.COM for further information.

Address: 12 Eu Tong Sen Street #04-163 Singapore 059819
Contact number: +65 6227 9487
Website: www.instinc.com
Email: enquiries@instinc.com

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