Residency To-Go is a program aimed at supporting young visual artists in their practice and development within the Danish and international art world. The program is part of Artistic Production & Development.
Art Hub Copenhagen (AHC) works to help artists along with their careers. We do this by inviting artists in residence at Halmtorvet in Copenhagen. The program 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 and the Bikuben Foundation NY. Part of Artistic Production & Development.
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.
In 2022 and 2023, Art Hub Copenhagen invites a total of six selected artists to take part in ‘Artistic Practice’ to present a variety of artistic voices in the field of visual art. The program is part of Artistic Production & Development.
Testing Ground is Art Hub Copenhagen’s (AHC) public programme aimed at providing artistic researchers with the possibility to try out ideas and methods in practice. The program is part of Art & Research.
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 program is part of Art & Research.
AHC has entered a partnership with the Department of Culture, Youth and Media of Flanders, inviting one Flemish artist to join a residency in Copenhagen each year. Part of Artistic Production and Development.
Art critic and curator Mathias Kryger has been in the art world for 23 years, but has more questions about it than ever before. That’s why we’re publishing Art Pod together. A podcast about the ups and downs of the art world.