We are delighted to launch our Venice Fellowship 2024 Programme Partners Open call. Our Fellowship Partners are absolutely central to supporting emerging creatives and future talents and we welcome both returning and new partners each year. Partners recruit and identify the best candidates from your organisation to participate in a one-month residency during the 60th International Art Exhibition – one of the world’s most important art biennales.
Please download the PDF for further details of the Venice Fellowship, our partnership structure and agreement, roles and commitment, timeline, costs, logistics and vision. We also share our hopes for how we can best collaborate with you on this transformational initiative.
Should you have any questions please do not hesitate to be in touch and consider joining us for one of our orientation and questions and answer drop-in sessions. These will also be recorded and available on our website as well. Details are provided below.
Eligibility and Requirements
We ask that you ensure that your organisation meets the following criteria before applying to be a Programme Partner:
- Your Higher Education Institution (HEI) / organisation needs to be a UK-based (England, Wales, Scotland, NI) and a registered HEI, arts organisation, cultural and creative Hub, social enterprise, charity or CIC. Please note we use the terms institution and organisation interchangeably in this document to describe all of the above types of organisations
- Your organisation will have a demonstrated commitment to eliminating discrimination, promoting equality of opportunity and fostering positive relations between people from different groups
- Your organisation is required to measure and assess candidates in accordance with the Equality Act 2010.
- You are committed to the social values and impact of the Fellowship and will encourage Fellows from your HEI/organisation to consider how best to apply those values when planning their own unique project and research, and when collaborating with their Fellow Fellows in the lead up to and during their time together in Venice.
Applications for 2024 Programme Partners can be made through our online form link until the deadline of Thursday 10 August 2023, 23.59 (BST).
Questions and Answer (Q&A) Brief Sessions
These sessions are open to all interested UK Institutions or Organisations that meet the Programme requirements mentioned above.
Tuesday, 4 July 2023, 9:30 - 10:30 (BST) – Via Zoom link, register here.
Wednesday 2 August 2023, 16.30 - 17.30 (BST) - Via Zoom link, register here.
For any queries or requests for information, please contact Juliana Peppl, Venice Fellowships Programme Manager.
For more information, please see our pdf guide.