Collaborations

Residency Programme Partners and Collaborators

RESIDENCY PROGRAMME PARTNERS / 2019

HIAP residencies in 2019 are realised in collaboration with Academy of Fine Arts – University of the Arts Helsinki, Academy of Fine Arts Foundation, AIR Antwerpen, Alkovi, ARKO Arts Council Korea, Australia Council for the Arts, AV-arkki – the Distribution Centre for Finnish Media Art, British Council, EKKM, Embassy of Finland in Moscow, Bioart SocietyCity of Helsinki, Design Museum, Finnish Comics Society, Finnish Cultural Foundation, Finnish Cultural Institute in New YorkFinnish Institute in LondonFinnish Institute in St Petersburg, Frame Contemporary Art FinlandGeneralitat Valenciana, Goethe Institut FinnlandGoverning Body of Suomenlinna, Helsinki Design WeekKünstlerhaus Bremen, Mustarinda, Perpetuum Mobile, Production and Exhibition Platform basis e.V, Ramallah Municipality, Saastamoinen Foundation, SeMA Nanji, Strelka Institute, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios, Tokyo Arts and Space , Ujazdowski Castle Center for Contemporary Art and Zodiak – Center for New Dance.

THEMATIC RESIDENCY PROGRAMMES

AR-Safe Haven Helsinki

AR-Safe Haven Helsinki is a residency programme for artists “at risk” co-organised by Perpetuum Mobile & HIAP and funded by the City of Helsinki. The programme is curated by Perpetuum Mobile.

Helsinki Design Residency

Helsinki Design Residency is a residency programme for practitioners in design and adjacent fields who have an interest in investigating design as a complexly interfaced cultural practice. The residency is realised by HIAP in collaboration with Helsinki Design Week, Design Museum, British Council, Finnish Institute in St Petersburg, Embassy of Finland in Moscow and Strelka Institute. The programme is curated by Martin Born.

INTERNATIONAL RESIDENCY EXCHANGES

HIAP is involved in numerous international residency exchanges, more information here: International Residency Exchanges.

FUNDERS

The main funders of HIAP are Taike Arts Promotion Centre Finland, Ministry of Education and Culture, City of Helsinki and Kone Foundation (Post-Fossil Transition Project)