Residential fellowships in Eastern Europe and Zug

Artist's studio at the Convent Maria Opferung in Zug

In Budapest, Bucharest and Sofia, the Landis & Gyr Foundation offers living and studio space to Swiss artists and writers in the form of a residential fellowship.

Residential fellowships

In return, authors, translators and humanities scholars from (South-)Eastern Europe may be invited for an extended stay (six months as a rule) to live and work in one of the Foundation’s studios in Zug. Occasionally, visual artists from Eastern Europe are also offered a residential fellowship in Zug.

These grants are offered on an invitation basis alone; applications are not accepted.

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