Takt kunstprojektraum is a small mainly family run project started as a gallery in 2003. We organize frequent art critics and talks (English language is preferred at all. Takt Kunstprojektraum Takt Artist Residency Berlin/ Leipzig. Takt is an Artist Residency. Beside the residency program there is time enough to work and do research individually. 2012 Emerging Visual Artist Award, Wexford Arts Centre (Shortlisted) 2012 2012 Visual Arts: Travel and Training Award, Irish Arts Council. 2010 Takt Residency Program, Berlin, Germany 2008 Cork Printmakers. Explore Takt Residency, Open Call Residencies, and more! Save Learn more at taktberlin.org.
10 rooms are set up as an Artist Residency program, designed to host active artists visiting Berlin. The live/work rooms are the core elements of this effort. The residency arised from the takt kunstprojektraum project, a non. ArtHub is an organization for the arts in Kingman, Arizona. The program includes artist residencies, a studio, public classes and a gallery. Takt Berlin is a small, independent artist run organisation that started as a gallery in 2003 and blossomed into a full residency programme in 2007. The Takt residency project now boasts 18 live/work studios, a family. Artist Residency in Motherhood Kit. TAKT - An Artist Residency program in Berlin that accepts artists and their families. Artist Parent Index - a searchable index of artists making work about their experiences as.
The Takt residency project now boasts 1. Kunstraum Tapir, situated across some of Berlin’s most exciting districts. The Kunstraum Tapir gallery and workspace is central to the Takt residency project and is also part of the local cultural network offering shows, workshops and artist talks. Takt is keen for its residents to get involved with the gallery space and is happy for them to use it for workshops and presentations (please send us your proposals!). At the end of each residency Takt curates a group show at the Kunstraum Tapir, which includes work from all the artists on the 3- month residency programme.
For more information.. Vist our website: www. Find us on Facebook: www. ABOUT US: Antje G. Haas - MANAGER Musician / Piano builder / Occupational Therapist / Web- Designer / Co- founder of Kunstraum Tapir.
Alice Stokes - GROUP COORDINATORArtist / Curator / Art Historian. CURRENT COLLEAGUES AND MENTORS INCLUDE: Olivia Bishop - Artist / Curatorwww.
Antje Blumenstein - Artist / Sculptor / Painterwww. Lena Fliessbach - Curator / Arts- Writer / Arts Journalist www.
David Kantounas - Director / Theatre Maker / Playwrightwww. Isolde Krams - Sculptor / Performing Artist www. Sophia Schama - Artist / Painterwww. Sabine Schr. Through the Takt Academy we offer a vivid programme of weekly classes and workshops including artist talks, group critiques, one on one sessions with visiting artists, German classes, life drawing classes and visits to some of the city’s most exciting galleries and exhibitions. There is also the option to work more closely with some of our mentors who can offer specific and detailed support in their particular areas of expertise. We are here to assist and support each individual artist in making the most of their stay by providing a lively programme which individuals can participate in as much as, or as little as they wish. We understand that people work differently and everything we offer is optional, if you’d rather do it in your own way, that’s ok with us too.
We’re happy for the programme to be influenced by each group that stays at the residency, which is why we encourage you to share your ideas with us. It’s a truly international residency with artists coming from all over the world and it always makes us happy when lasting connections are made at Takt that continue way beyond our programme. Every three months there is a group show curated by a guest artist who is invited by Takt (March, June, September and December). The curator selects the artwork for the show during an inclusive process with each resident artist. We are always interested on new collaborations, fun projects and big ideas, so don’t hesitate to get in touch if you’ve got something in mind. Volunteer and internship applications are welcome.
For more information.. Vist our website: www. Find us on Facebook: www. Residency program since. Disciplines and media.
Visual Art. Educational Programmes. New Media. Animation.
Printmaking. Curatorial. Film Making. Architecture.
Sculpture. Ceramics. Dance. Theatre. Performing Arts. Textile Art. Music. Literature. Design, curatorial residency. Type of organisation.
Artist- Run. Independent Association/Foundation. Part of a Gallery/Museum. Residency conditions. Duration of residencies. Number of artists resident at one timebetween 1. Companions allowed.
The writers residency apartment is also a possibility for artists traveling with their children. Grants available. We offer grants for former Takt alumni to stay and work at Takt for one month. Once a studio is booked we are happy to write letters of invitation for those applying for funding. Expectations of the artist. Presentation. Cleaning. Exhibition. Other.
We have a rotating weekly cleaning schedule for the common areas in each apartment. These areas are also deep- cleaned on a monthly basis, a service paid for by the artists.
Join our program and engage with other artists, weekly critiques, studio visits to Berlin’s many ateliers and participate in our quarterly residency exhibition. We have apartments of live- in studios: Friedrichshain for the painters/sculptors/etc and Prenzlauer Berg for the digital/writers/etc. The hybrid studio+bedroom: live, breathe and create art.
Each apartment has 2- 4 studios with beds. Living with artists is exciting, spontaneous and at times messy in the kitchen. We promote a structure to focus, engage and work. There is no age bias at Takt. Our doors are open to all disciplines including: visual arts, painting, sculpture, ceramics, performing arts, textile art, literature, new media, animation, printmaking, curatorial studies, arts administration, film making, architecture, design, dancers, musicians, playwrights and more. To support, not compete.
Takt is primarily English- speaking. Based in Friedrichshain & Prenzlauer Berg. Friedrichshain: a known slice of Berlin’s street- cred; stuffed with bars, cafes, restaurants and pocket parks. It’s a stone’s throw to Boxhagener Platz weekend markets and Frankfurter Allee’s old Stalin era architecture. We invite writers’ and digital media artists here.
We also cater a space specifically designed for artists accompanied by their partners and children.