[artinfo] Curatorial residencies in Bucharest

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Curatorial residencies in Bucharest

ARC Bucharest is excited to announce the kickstart of its curatorial 
research residency program with an open call for curators working and 
living outside Romania to explore the effervescent art scene in 

ARC Bucharest aims to spark new opportunities and exciting exchanges 
both for artists based in Bucharest (and beyond in Romania) and arts 
professionals from the international art world while forging durable 
personal and institutional connections on the long run.

Even if many of the artists living and working in Bucharest exhibit 
internationally, the multilayered and complex visual art scene is 
still under the radar. Insider in the labyrinthine Bucharest art 
scene, ARC will act as guide for curators willing to discover or to 
deepen their knowledge on local artistic practices.

ARC Bucharest offers short-term and intensive residencies, typically 
spanning from 5 to 14 days, aimed at both freelance and 
institutionally affiliated curators. Reflecting the local art 
context's multifaceted nature, we welcome applications from a wide 
spectrum of curatorial practices, research interests and professional 

While the residency is based in Bucharest and focused on the city's 
artistic context, ARC also aims to create connections also to other 
cities across Romania which foster strong artistic communities, like 
Ia?i, Cluj and Timi?oara.

ARC Bucharest residencies are fully funded, covering travel and 
accommodation expenses, a fee for a public event such as presentation 
or workshop and additional expenses for trips to other cities in 

Please send your residency application form to 
<mailto:pply at arcbucharest.ro>apply at arcbucharest.ro before midnight, 
30 June, 2017. For more details and guidelines see: 
We look forward to receiving your application.

ARC Bucharest's 2017 program is co-financed by The Administration of 
The National Cultural Fund and supported by UniCredit Bank.

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