If your gross annual income does not exceed the amount of 12.000€ you can apply for the Program.
Yes, you can apply as long as you have a Greek identity card or passport.
Unfortunately, for the pilot program we will not accept applications from postgraduate students in Greece or abroad.
You can apply as long as you live and work in Greece.
Please refer to your participation in exhibitions, festivals, contests, publications, artist residency programs and other achievements you have accomplished as an artist.
You are encouraged to re-apply for the second cycle of the program. The dates will be announced upon completion of the pilot program.
Please make sure you have entered a valid email address and also check your spam. If you still haven’t received a confirmation e-mail, allow 24 hours from submission before contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remember to contact us within the deadline on February 24, 2019 otherwise we will not be able to process your application.
All material supporting your application can only be submitted online.
Of course, if you think it could strengthen your application.
It is a personal statement that describes your practice, aspirations and areas of focus through your work.
All participants will be notified via e-mail by June 15, 2019.
Following the announcement of the participants, you will sign an official agreement with ARTWORKS within 15 days, that sets out all the terms and conditions of the award. Participation at the SNF Artist Fellowship Program requires attending workshops, seminars, artists talks and other skill-sharing events.
The seminars and workshops will be held in Athens between September 2019 and May 2020. The exact dates will be announced at the end of July 2019, shortly after the pilot program kicks-off.
Attendance is not mandatory. However, we strongly encourage you to participate.
No, the SNF Artist Fellowship Program does not require your daily presence.
ARTWORKS doesn’t provide any additional funds apart from the monetary prize.
Unfortunately, we do not offer online seminars and workshops.
Even if you don't have new work to present at the end of the Program, you will be required to present your work-in-progress and describe how the award helped you to further develop your work.