Visual Arts, Photography/Media Arts, Sculpture, Print
*Especially Asian contemporary arts
Residency Period / Application Period
30-90 days for artists, 30-90 days for researcher/curator
Number of Resident Artists
total 1-3 invitees per year
Conditions / Provisions
* Applicant for the artist’s in residency program should be a visual artist with sufficient experience in presenting their artwork/project, and should demonstrate their potential in their field. Applicant must be based in and holds a nationality of one of the following countries or regions:
Bangladesh, Bhutan, Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Korea, Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Maldives
* Applicant must have sufficient proficiency in Japanese or English sufficient to communicate with the people and to carry out the proposed project.
* No age limit
Traveling expense: Not Available
Production fee: Not Available
Studio: Not Available (the process of studio practice is made open to the public for standard residency)
Living expense: Not Available
Professional and staff support: Available (with cooperation by local artists, art universities, program staff, and volunteers)
Opportunities for presentations/exhibitions: Available
Publication and distribution of a program report: Available (Art Exchange program report)
Open call from FY 2007
*Committee members consist of the FAAM Selection Board of the Artist and Researcher/Curator in Residence Program
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum: Artist and Researcher/Curator in Residence Program
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
Fukuoka Economy, Tourism & Culture Bureau, Fukuoka city (Art Exchange Program, Curatorial Office, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum)
Open Studio, Research Rooms for resident artists and researchers
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 8th floor
○Open Studio (223.3 sq. m.)
○3 Research Rooms (32.79sq. m. each)
●Exhibit space： Available (369.54 sq. m.)
●Accommodations: Not Available (Monthly apartment available)
Located on the 7th and 8th floor of a commercial complex in the downtown area.
A short walk from the Fukuoka City subway “Nakasu Kawabata” station.
The residency program was conceived in conjunction with the inauguration of the new museum of modern and contemporary Asian art. In addition to exhibiting its rich Asian art collection, the museum aimed to operate in a new model of an “interactive art museum,” and facilitate the audience to familiarize with the contemporary expressions in Asia. In support of this concept, the residency program support artists and researchers who are active in Asia.
Year of (Program) Commencement
The FAAM support program aims to support the work of Asian artist and researcher/curator specialized in Asian art. Through supporting their activities, the program seeks to create a platform for art exchange in Asia. The program also aims to initiate cultural collaboration among artist/researcher/curator and local communities for broadening and deepening the public understanding of Asian art, and thus cultivating rich regional culture.
The visiting artists, researchers, and curators are encouraged to conduct art exchange program(s) such as workshop and public talk during the residency.
*FAAM covers the expenses relating to the exchange program.
Between 1998 and 2016, the program supported 14 artists and 22 researchers/curators from 21 countries and regions in Asia.
* The creative activities of the artists/researchers/curators have provided various opportunities to the local communities to be exposed to art and develop their cultural understanding.
* Though interacting with local artists and art professionals, the resident artist/researcher/curator has cultivated a meaningful network to develop artistic exchange in Asia.
* Through sharing their experience in their own country, the resident artists/researchers/curators have simulated the regional art scene in Asia.
Ki Seulki, Phuttiphong Aroonphen
Organization:Fukuoka Asian Art Museum
Address:7th & 8th Floor, Riverain Center Bld.,3-1 Shimokawabata-machi, Hakata-ku, Fukuoka City 812-0027 Japan
TEL：+ 81-92-263-1103 / FAX：+ 81-92-263-1105
Contact Person: Tomomichi Nakao, Yuko Yamaki, Masae Kamachi
January 24, 2017