Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder is a an artist’s workshop located in a former school building in the east of Trondheim in northern Norway. In addition to 41 studios and shared workshops, we also run and international trans-disciplinary artist residency to facilitate international mobility and collaboration opportunities with the local art scene.
Who can apply
The residency is open to professional artists of all fields, i.e. visual artists, curators, writers, film makers, dancers, choreographers, performance artists, composers, musicians and others. Artists can apply for a 1-3 month residency.
What we offer
LKV has four newly renovated apartments available for our guest artists, as well as two studios for visual artists. In addition, the LKV compound consists of artist’s studios and shared workshops. We have workshops for wood, metal, print-making and analogue photography. As a guest artist, you have access to an apartment and shared workshops at LKV. You will also have the possibility to book working periods in one of our two project rooms (subject to availability and a small fee).
The staff at LKV is available to help make your stay as productive as possible. Please specify in your application what your needs are, for example if you need us to put you in touch with a local collaboration partner. You are also welcome to apply for the residency if you already are in a collaboration or production with an institution or organization in Trondheim.
We also offer the possibility to have a presentation of your work at our art space Babel/ bookstore Babel Bok (www.babelkunst.no). We can arrange an exhibition, concert, literary event, etc. If interested in having an event at Babel please write a project description and attach this to your application. The project leader for Babel will communicate further information and decisions regarding this.
The residency period can be 1-3 months.
There is a separate call for interdisciplinary projects residencies (period of residency: 2 weeks – 3 months)
LKV will cover expenses for studio and accommodation. All other expenses, such as living costs, travel, materials, insurance and transport must be covered by the artists themselves. We encourage all artists to apply for funding in their own home country.
We are especially encourage you to apply if you are an artist interested in engaging in the local community, either socially or through professional collaboration.
For more information please visit the – Website