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Kulturstiftung Schloss Wiepersdorf
Bettina-von-Arnim-Straße 13
14913 Wiepersdorf
Annette Rupp
+49 (0)33746 699-0
1-3 months
German, English
monthly cash stipend of €1200 and a one-time grant of €480 to cover material expenses
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Schloss Wiepersdorf is located in a rural area about 75 kilometers south of Berlin, Germany in a village of ca. 150 inhabitants. Fellows are offered a room in the castle and three meals a day. Meals are served in the dining rooms of the castle. In addition to room and board at Schloss Wiepersdorf, all fellows also receive a monthly cash stipend of €1200 and a one-time grant of €480 to cover material expenses. (If the stay is shortened, the material cost grant is reduced by €160 per month.) Other rooms and the gardens are open to all for general use.
A total of 12 living spaces and study spaces are available for individual artists and 14 rooms for group fellowship participants. An atelier, various rooms with keyboard instruments and conference rooms offer ample working space. Fellows receive support for implementing planned projects and related research, networking with local partners and institutions, and for presentations such as lectures, workshops, concerts, readings and exhibitions.
A willingness to participate in events is expressly desired.
Applications and work samples are sent and uploaded online, see the Application Form Fellowships will be awarded in consultation with an independent jury of experts. Artists and writers can apply for either an individual fellowship or a collaborative fellowship. Artists and writers who wish to take up the fellowship on their own can apply for an individual fellowship. Applicants for collaborative fellowships should each name one or two people with whom they will work together on their artistic productions at Schloss Wiepersdorf. The number of fellowships awarded is dependent on the funds available in the budget of the federal state of Brandenburg.