Over 80 names of artists and creative practitioners from the Baltic Sea Region,
Database developed according to proposals made by all partners of the project of artists/creative people from their own country and other countries from the BSR.
The UrbCulturalPlanning residencies were dedicated to the creativity and experiment in the field of mapping and participatory collaborations. Thus, there were no expectations for a ready-made projects for a public presentation.
The residencies resulted in:
DURATION // MINIMUM 3 WEEKS
The residency should last at least 3 weeks (ideally 4 or 5 weeks),
The residency’s outcome is a reflection,
The residency conclusion should take place during Local Demonstrator Project’s implementation.
The residency should take place after initial cultural mapping of the communities/neighbourhoods to initiate the process of engagement by addressing identified local needs/societal challenge.
RESIDENTS // MINIMUM 2 PERSONS PER RESIDENCY
Artist + creative person from another field, e.g. architecture, design,
Openness for the cooperation with local artists and/or creative person in the frame of the residency programme.
To integrate the resident into the project’s programme,
To arrange the travel and provide accommodation,
To provide meals and/or per diems,
To cover the fee and the production budget,
To provide translators and residency assistant.
Common terms/rules for residencies,
Principles and standards for selecting creative residents,
Procedures for contracting them and reporting formats,
Documentation formats to describe the different residency models.
SEE THE REPORT ON UCP RESIDENCIES