ISCP, New York


ACAX | Agency for Contemporary Art Exchange calls for applications for a 3 month residency at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP), New York

ACAX collaborates with the most significant institutions specialized in organizing residency programs around the world in order to support the Hungarian artists’ international appearance, the realisation of their projects and to build up their international carrier.

The ISCP from New York and ACAX issue an open call for applications for:

participating in a 3 months’ residency (2010 september – november) program at the International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) in New York

The 3 months-long fellowship includes the travel, accommodation and living expenses as well as the rental of a studio in ISCP.

The residency is open to Hungary-based contemporary visual artists working in all disciplines.

High standard of English knowledge

The application should include:
Curriculum Vitae in English
Digital portfolio (which will be reserved for the archive of ACAX)

Applications should be sent to

Application deadline: 30 June 2010, 12 pm

The final decision is to be made by a professional jury called upon by ACAX.
Artists will be notified by 15 July 2010.

For further information:
(+36 1) 501 4111 


International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP):

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) located in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn is one of the most significant residency programs in the United States. 

ISCP is a microcosm of New York’s cultural diversity: multi-national, multi-lingual and multi-faceted. Precisely for this reason ISCP makes a concerted effort to build up an intensive relationship between its artists and curators, and the local art community, while connecting the local art community with contemporary art practice from all over the world.

Participating artists are given the opportunity to meet with many of the international and local visitors to the program. ISCP welcomes, from over 50 countries, curators, gallery owners, journalists, writers, artists and personnel from foundations and residency programs who can meet the artists within the framework of open studio programs and studio visits.

The program offers support for the artists’ adaptation to the local art scene and helps them to make connections. Participants are continuously informed of the most recent art programs as well as invited to various professional and social events throughout their residency.

More than 500 artist and curator have participated in the program of ISCP. As the result of the ISCP’s professional work most of them have built up intensive connections with the participants of the art scene in New York and had the opportunity to exhibit in the United States and abroad.

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