Art Hub Copenhagen’s work covers  a series of programmes and events. Below you will find all of our current program activities. Former programs and activities is listed here.

Residency To-Go

Residency To-Go is a programme aimed at supporting young visual artists in their practice and development within the Danish and international art world. The programme is part of Artistic Production & Development.

Art Hub Residency

Art Hub Copenhagen works to help artists along with their careers. Among other things, we do this by inviting artists in residence at Halmtorvet in Copenhagen. The programme is part of Artistic Production & Development.


Summerworks is Art Hub Copenhagen’s residency program in New York, founded in partnership with the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (EFA) and the Bikuben Foundation New York. The programme is part of Artistic Production & Development.

The Nordic Alliance of Artists’ Residencies on Climate Action

Art Hub Copenhagen is part of the Scottish-Nordic collaboration NAARCA. The aim is to create a long-term collaboration on research, institutional change and public education with a focus on climate action.

Artistic Practice

In 2022 and 2023, Art Hub Copenhagen will invite a total of six selected artists to take part in ‘Artistic Practice’. The goal of this programme is to present a variety of artistic voices in the field of visual art. The programme is part of Artistic Production & Development.

Research Hosting

As part of Art & Research Art Hub Copenhagen functions as a hosting institution for PhD and postdoc projects within practice-based research on art and curating. 

Testing Ground

Testing Ground is Art Hub Copenhagen’s public programme aimed at providing artistic researchers with the possibility to try out ideas and methods in practice. The programme is part of Art & Research.

Guilt and Debts

Guilt and Debts is a forum for discussions about identity politics and decolonisation.

Micro Institute

Art Hub Copenhagen’s micro institute is a unique format for practice-based research that consists of a two-year research residency for an artist or a curator. The micro institute programme is part Art & Research.


In our efforts to give time, space and voice to artists and the artistic experiment Art Hub Copenhagen presents the three publication series Interview, Theory and Other.

Art Hub Film Club

Art Hub Copenhagen invites you to enter the darkness of the cinema to experience the new season of Art Hub Film Club – presented and curated by the artist, Jane Jin Kaisen.


Art Hub Copenhagen works with a number of objectives, the most central of which is to offer up-coming artists and curators facilities and support to develop their practice, among other things by offering a temporary exhibition platform.

Free Lunch Series

Art Hub invites the art world and public to a free lunch where they can enjoy an informal conversation with a young, professional visual artist.

Art + Architecture

The programme Art + Architecture frames our interdiciplinary collaborations within the junction of art and architecture.


Art Hub invites an artist or art group to present or perform a work of art.


Partly is an event platform and publication project uniting literature, performance and visual art and facilitating the translation of Nordic literature into English.

Art Hub : gives time, space and voices to artistic experimentation