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Esplanade Contemporary Performing Arts Residency

Singapore’s national performing arts centre, Esplanade – Theatres on the Bay has opened for applications for its inaugural Artistic Research residency. Artists, curators, programmers, writers, researchers and practitioners across all disciplines in the performing arts are invited to apply.

The residency offers two types of support: Artist-in-Residence and Researcher-in-Residence. Artists-in-Residence can apply for a residency period of one to three months, while Researchers-in-Residence can apply for a residency period of two to four weeks. All residents will receive either a stipend (for artists) or an allowance (for researchers), a shared-working space, studios when required, as well as accommodation and international travel to and from Singapore, if from abroad. The thematic focus for 2022 is Potential Territorialities: Body, Space and Identity in Performance.

Further information is available at: https://www.esplanade.com/get-involved/contemporary-performing-arts-research-residency

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