Slovene Arts & Culture Residency, Vienna


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Contact info
Umetniško stanovanje MK, Vienna
Ziegelofengasse 21-23, 1050 Vienna
Phone43 (0) 680 558 3466 (mobile)
Founded byMinistry of Culture
Managed byOffice for European Affairs and International Cooperation, Ministry of Culture
 Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna
Barbara Koželj Podlogar, Head of Slovenian Culture and Information Centre, Vienna
Embassy of the Republic of Slovenia Vienna, Kolingasse 12, A-1090 Vienna
Mojca Sfiligoj, Office for European Affairs and International Cooperation, Ministry of Culture
Maistrova 10, SI-1000 Ljubljana
Phone386 (0) 1 369 5926

In residence

    2020 Vienna

  • March 2020
    Bratko Bibič
    Musician and performer. Accordionist. CV
  • June 2020
    Tomaž Grom and Špela Trošt (Sploh Institute)
    Musician and performer (double bass). Sound Art production. CV More info
  • August 2020
    Carlos Arturo Pascual Nevarez (Pocket Teater Studio)
    Performer, author, art producer. CV About
  • September 2020
    Piera Ravnikar (Ravnikar Gallery Space)
    Curator, art producer. CV
  • October 2020
    Tina Bilban
    Author, literary critic. CV
  • November 2020
    Lara Paukovič
    Author, publicist. CV
  • December 2020
    Katja Povše (Miss Bazilika Narrative Theatre)
    Animation. Narration. CV

    2019 Vienna

    2018 Vienna

    2017 Vienna

    2016 Vienna

    2015 Vienna

    2014 Vienna

    2013 Vienna

    2012 Vienna

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Established in 2012, the Slovene Arts & Culture Residency in Vienna is the most recently established destination within the Slovene Arts & Culture Residencies Programme offering one-month stay for Slovenian creators, facilitating their international projects.

First the residency was located at the Student Residence and hotel Korotan (owned by the Slovene state), then in spring 2014 it moved to a new location at Ziegelofengasse in the Wieden/Margareten District, near the centre of Vienna.

The AiR programme complements the activities of the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre (SKICA) in Vienna.

Slovene Arts & Culture Residency Vienna 2014 living room.jpeg


The residencies host Slovene artists, writers, translators, curators, critics, producers, etc., regardless of discipline. Following the open call, the residents are selected by the ministry's expert committee for the following year, considering the submitted proposals that should outline an art project or a research developed in partnerships with local organisations or experts.

The Ministry of Culture covers the rental, maintenance and travel costs. The residency is co-managed by the Slovenian Culture and Information Centre (SKICA) in Vienna.

Current and past residents

See the list of current residents in Vienna in the right-hand column, and follow the link below for the Archive of the Residencies.

See also

External links

Recommended by former residents


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