||Workshop grants for groups of artists |
Each year, the Künstlerhaus Lukas awards two-week workshop grants for groups of up to five participating artists. These workshop weeks give the groups an opportunity to pool their efforts in one place to develop interdisciplinary projects. The Künstlerhaus’ recreation and exhibition room as well as four workshop rooms are made available for them to work and rehearse together.
We are particularly keen to fund interdisciplinary and international projects which are nearing completion or already in progress. The project participants should primarily be artists from the countries bordering the Baltic Sea, or from Norway or Iceland. At the end of the workshop period, depending on the level of progress either the finished project or an interim result is presented to the public at a concert, reading, exhibition or performance during the Ahrenshoop Lange Nacht der Kunst (always held on the third Saturday in August).
Participants may live at the Künstlerhaus Lukas free of charge for the duration of their workshop stay. The workshop grant is endowed with 500 euros per workshop plus free accommodation. Additional funding is also available for the performance – this is up to 600 euros per workshop including travel expenses. If the project involves participants from other Northern European countries, they are welcome to apply for further sponsorship together.
Further information about scholarship requirements can be found by clicking on the following links:
General funding guidelines