Please send a complete PDF in English (max 15 MB) through the application form in the menu on the left side ("Apply"). Please clearly mark the PDF with your name. Applications for workshop and/or Artist in Residence should be submitted in one PDF.
- Personal information
Name, age, nationality, country of residence, email, website
- Short bio/artist statement (100 - 150 words max)
- Introduction to project and motivation (350 - 450 words max)
Introduction to the project you are applying with, and your motivation to participate in the workshop. Include plans for presentation of work; book, specific exhibitions etc.
- Images / portfolio (5 - 15 images)
Include images from the project you are applying with. Please specify whether the images are finished work, research, sketches etc. We welcome projects at all stages of production, but by the time of the workshop it is important to have a selection of images to work with.
- Artist in Residence
If you are applying for the Artist in Residence slot, please write a sentence or two about your motivations to be chosen as a residence artist. Please state what facilities and personal tutorials you are looking for. See overview of facilities available in the menu, 'Artist in Residence'. It is possible to apply to the workshop with or without applying for the AiR.
For other questions concerning the application or workshop: firstname.lastname@example.org
- In order for Participants to secure their place they will be required to pay a deposit of 200 Euros within 14 days from receiving their acceptance email (unless otherwise agreed). Failure to do so, will result in their place being offered to another candidate. The remaining fee 250 Euros (total of 450 Euros) must be paid before the start of the workshop.
- Cancellations are allowed up to 3 months before the workshop start, and the remaining fee will not be collected. However the deposit will not be returned.
- The Participants have to make their own arrangements for travelling and accommodation. It is suggested that they arrive in Bodø one day before the beginning of the workshop, on Sunday the 31th of May. An informal meet and great session will be arranged at NOUA on the Sunday evening prior to the beginning of the workshop.
- All Participants are required to bring printed images from their project.
- Participants will receive additional material about the workshop a few weeks before the start date.
- The working language for the workshop will be English.