What can I expect when I arrive?

You can expect a warm welcome! We’ll collect you at the Aarhus Airport, which is 15 kms from the residency, and we’ll make sure you are looked after. You will be shown around your new home at Maltfabrikken and introduced to the people there and the surrounding area. The programme for your time here includes several visits to Kunsthal Aarhus and The Danish Art Workshops in Copenhagen, where you will also be introduced to the art scene in the area. We are many people who are looking forward to meeting you!



Will I get pocket money?

Yes, you will receive amonthly stipend of 1070€ / 8,000 DKK to cover living expenses, local transport and cost of materials and production. 135 € / 1000 DKK of this monthly allowance is to be used to cover your transport and accommodation expenses in relation to networking activities in Denmark.



Do you accept multidisciplinary artists and/or performance artists in your programme?

If you are predominantly showing your work / sound pieces / performances in professional visual art contexts such as art museums, exhibition spaces, artist run project spaces, art biennials and art festivals, you are eligible for the MALT AIR residency program. If your praxis has predominantly been unfolding in other professional performative art / music contexts, you are not eligible.

What activities can I expect to participate in during the programme?

We will tailor a programme relevant to your research and practice, within which you will be able to meet institutions and individuals from the Danish art scene. This could be in the form of exhibition visits, meetings with artists and curators, participating in seminars, etc. We would like to plan your programme with you before the commencement of your residency. Some of your excursions and visits will be with a guide, others will be on your own.

The programme will also include three artist talks in our institutions: Kunsthal Aarhus, The Danish Art Workshops and Maltfabrikken. You will also be matched with a peer – a professional Danish artist – who will give you two mentoring sessions. You will also be offered curatorial guidance from Kunsthal Aarhus and coaching about artistic production processes at The Danish Art Workshops.



Where will I live?

You will share an apartment with three other residents. For a description of the facilities, click on this link: RECIDENY



Are meals included?

No, but you will receive an allowance of 1070 pr. month to cover food and local transport expenses. You can prepare meals in the kitchen in the shared apartment.



Are there other artists in the residency?

The MALT AIR programme has two artists at a time, for a four-month period. There will also be two designers in residence. In other words, there will be four residents at a time, sharing the apartment, which has one kitchen, two bathrooms, one living room and four bedrooms.



Will I have my own studio?

Yes, you will have your own 'private' studio, that is in the same building as the apartment in Maltfabrikken. You will also have access to our workshops with equipment for working with wood, metal and digital production.



Will there be a guided tour of the area?

Yes, this is a part of the programme when you arrive. You will be shown around Ebeltoft – the town where Maltfabrikken is located, and the surrounding nature of Mols Bjerge National Park. Your guide will be part of our local team and the tours will be conducted with the other resident artist with the same residency period as you.



Can I take my dog / my partner / my family with me?

The residency only has space for you. There are, however, various accommodation options in the vicinity for your partner / family.



Can I apply with others / as a group?

For the time being, we only have residencies for individual artists. This fits with the programme’s focus on the individual’s research, process and network building.