NATIONAL ARTS COUNCIL (NAC)
The NAC Community Arts Residency aims to support practising artists in advancing the field of community arts in Singapore. Through the Residency, artists will have opportunities to inquire, collaborate and co-create with communities to shape communal spaces and reflect collective stories.
NATIONAL LIBRARY BOARD (NLB)
The National Library Creative Residency is a new programme that invites creatives from different artistic disciplines to draw inspiration from the National Library Board's collections, to reimagine or reinterpret the items in ways that provide fresh perspectives and make them more engaging to a wider community of users.
Element is a curated artist residency programme and workshop series with an emphasis on project development and articulation of practice-based research.
Deck’s Artist-in-Residence (A.i.R) is a year-round programme that aims to nurture new, experimental photographic endeavours in Singapore and Asia.
Residencies for both local and international artists from a range of disciplines including design, photography, literature, film and performing arts. For local artists, there is also a month-long exchange programme with Grey Project’s overseas residency
A print solutions company that offers residencies to contemporary artists and in collaboration with its in-house fine art digital print and paper experts.
NTU CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART SINGAPORE
The NTU CCA Singapore Residencies Programme is committed to supporting artists, curators and researchers from Singapore and abroad, serving as a platform for cultural and artistic exchange in Southeast Asia.
Open to artists who incorporate photography and film into their work.
SCIENCE CENTRE SINGAPORE
Broad residency programme for any artist who would like to create work that incorporates the use of science and technology.
SINGAPORE INTERNATIONAL FOUNDATION
SIF offers an Arts for Good Fellowship that comprises webinars and exchange programmes. It is available to arts and culture practitioners, creative professionals, arts administrators or programmers from the social and education sector.