During 2016, the main programme strand in CAPP will focus on Residencies, in line with CAPP’s ambition to support artists to work transnationally and create an International dialogue around collaborative arts practice. These Residency opportunities vary, some offer short-term mini residencies, some are research-focused and others are of longer duration. Residencies are being advertised through open call and a number are by direct invitation. The Residencies seek to explore new models of participation and co-operation and encourage exchange of artists’ methodologies, contexts and ideas.The partners across the CAPP network will host an artist from one of the other partner organisations / territories who works within the field of collaborative arts.
The first Residency opportunity was offered in January by our partners m-cult in Helsinki.