Sleppa leiđarkerfi.

center For Icelandic Art


[in progress]


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IBK is an independent non-governmental organisation and functions as a support center for anyone in Flanders professionally involved with visual arts. IBK was founded in 2001. One of the IBK´s goals is to promote Flemish visual arts abroad.



NICA is an independent not-for-profit resource development centre for culture and the arts located in Yangon. Established in early 2003 , NICA has the main objectives to identify and support those aspects of arts and cultural practices within Myanmar that are in need of resource-building to facilitate their development and to facilitate access and exchanges between Myanmar arts and cultural practitioners with counterparts, organizations and opportunities outside Myanmar.


LabforCulture, an initiative of the European Cultural Foundation and many key partners across Europe. This new online platform provides an unprecedented range of information on cultural cooperation across Europe, including practical information on funding, networks, news, case studies and an online community space for discussion and sharing. More information can be found here:


islandbilderfestival 2005
is a festival which will take place in November 2005 in Cologne. It will focus on the wide spectrum of contemporary Icelandic culture.


Künstlerhaus Bethanien Berlin is a service enterprise whose goal is to further contemporary art and contemporary artists. It is responsible for the lodging and assistance of international guests; for offering advice in general questions concerning art and its practical issues; for the running of the workshops; for the planning and realization of its residents’ events; and the development and organization of artistic and cultural projects both in and outside of Berlin.


FRISE - Kuenstlerhaus Hamburg is a Center for art production. The institute offers residence spaces for 8 - 10 artists. The institute is run by the artist associations "Kuenstlerhaus Hamburg" and "Abbildungszentrum".


lothringer13/spiegel is an artist- and videoarchive in Munich. In screenings on an big sized semi-transparent mirror the institution introduces international videoartists. “spiegel" is part of the art institution lothringer13 which focuses on contemporary art and provides an exhibition space and an artist run space for experimental activities. It is run by the City of Munich.


nifca - Nordic Institute for Contemporary Art
creates a variety of new opportunities for artists, audiences, curators and critics to experience, enjoy and explore contemporary visual culture in the Nordic countries and internationally. NIFCA's extensive residency networks and exchange programmes in the Nordic region and throughout the world are open for artists and curators.



The CCA - Center for Contemporary Art Tel Aviv was founded in 1998 to promote time-based and contemporary artistic practices in Israel. CCA initiates and produces Blurrr – The International Performance Art Biennial and VideoZone – International Video Art Biennial; it has established the Fund for Video-Art and Experimental Cinema distributing grants for Israeli video art and experimental film, and produced Artattack – a television program dedicated entirely to video art, broadcast for over four years on community TV channels throughout the country.

The CCA also maintains an archive of video pieces by Israeli and international artists, with works from the 1960s to the present. It is accessible to students, curators, video professionals, and the general public upon request.

Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten Amsterdsam
is an international meeting place, production and research platform for young emerging artists from all over the world.They can work for one or two years on research, projects and production. Every year approximately 25 new artists are invited for a residency. The work period runs from January through December. Residents have their own studio and a modes work budget. There are several large project spaces available for try-outs, collaborations and presentations.


IASPIS – International Artists Studio Program in Sweden
is an artist-in-residence program based in Stockholm and a government funded institution supporting Swedish artists exhibiting abroad. The main purpose of IASPIS is to facilitate creative dialogues and collaborations between artists from Sweden and from other countries.


Migros Museum for Contemporary Art, Zuerich.
The museum views itself a centre for ongoing arts production. The exhibitions at the migros museum für gegenwartskunst define art history as an itinerant process that is open to reassessment, correction and variation.

Platform Garanti International Art Center
was initiated in September 2001. Platform acts as a central meeting point in the city for cultural exchange between contemporary artists, curators and critics. The building contains an artist archive, research and lecture spaces, Istanbul Residency Program and on street level a gallery committed to exhibiting contemporary art.


is dedicated to the realization of binational collaborative arts partnerships among nonprofit and public institutions in the San Diego-Tijuana region. Operating through a unique collaborative structure that is based on the active participation of cultural and educational institutions in the US and Mexico; inSite is focused on promoting artistic investigation and activation of urban space.



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