Open Call : Residency To Go 2022

If you are a recent visual arts graduate and based in Denmark, you can apply for a place in Art Hub Copenhagen’s ‘Residency To Go’. The Residency runs from 1 August 2022 until 1 February 2023.

Held (2021) by Linda Lamignan in the windows of Hartz Pickles & Salater as part of the exhibition This is a Meat City. Linda Lamignan was part of the To Go programme in 2021. Photo: Christian Brems.

Applications are now being accepted for the Residency To Go programme, which runs from August 2022 until February 2023. The deadline for applications is Thursday 31 March 2022.

Below, you can read more about the programme and the criteria for selection as well as the application procedure.

Art Hub values diversity very highly. Therefore, we encourage everyone regardless of ethnicity, gender, identity, and sexuality to apply.

We look forward to receiving your application!


Residency To Go is not a traditional residency, but a programme that takes place in the artist’s own studio. This means that the programme is open only to artists who already have their own studio, but who would benefit from feedback and welcome support in the development of their practice as artists.

An important part of Residency To Go is the development of networks and discussion/feedback sessions with curators and mentors based in Denmark and Skåne County (Sweden). Art Hub’s team of directors will also provide feedback, and artists will be given an advisory course with an art consultant.

The advisory course will be based on the artist’s current practice, featuring both individual conversations and joint workshops with the other artists in the Residency To Go programme. The workshop courses will be based on topics such as sustainable practice, sales and marketing, communication, interpretation/audience engagement, goals and the development of self-management competencies.

As part of the process, artists will have the option of organising an ‘open studio’, and of collaborating with the 2023 Roskilde Festival. There will also be a programme of visits to a number of selected institutions throughout Denmark.

Previously titled ‘Atelier TO GO’ and organised by the Bikuben Foundation, Residency To Go has previously been organised by the Bikuben Foundation, but is now a part of Art Hub.

Residency To Go consists of a 6-month programme from 1 August 2022 to 1 February 2023. The programme features the following elements:

• A 10-15-hour advisory course
• 2-4 studio visits with curators/mentors based in Denmark/Skåne County
• 1-2 studio visits with Lars Bang Larsen and/or Jacob Fabricius (Directors of Art Hub)
• A fee of DKK 15,000 per month
• Option of organizing an ‘open studio’
• Option of collaborating with the 2023 Roskilde Festival
• Programme of visits to a number of selected institutions throughout Denmark. Two days in mid-October

In order to be considered for Residency To Go, you must either be a graduate of the Jutland Art Academy, the Funen Art Academy or the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, or have completed a visual arts programme at a similar art school abroad. There must be a minimum of 2 years and a maximum of 5 years since you graduated. You must also have your own studio somewhere in Denmark. There are a total of six Residency To Go places. You can apply no matter where in Denmark you are based.

Your application must be in English and contain the following elements, which must be submitted as a single PDF file of no more than 5 MB.

• Letter of application including wishes for possible curators/mentors (Max. 1 A4 page
• CV (Max. 1 A4 page)
• Visual material (Max. 4 A4 pages)
• Contact information

Send your application to and mark it in the subject field “Recidency To Go”

Deadline for sending us you application is midnight 31 March 2022.

All applications will be reviewed by a jury of artistic professionals. In collaboration with Art Hub, they will select the final candidates for Residency To Go.

The programme coordinator/project manager Marie Braad Larsen will take care of the day-to-day running of Residency To Go, and will also serve as a contact person for the residents throughout the programme.

If you have questions about the residency, please email Marie at

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