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Asia-Europe Residency

Stop. Look Back. Look Ahead. Proceed, is a virtual Asia-Europe residency for emerging artists from the music, new media, film, comics, visual arts and photography sectors to reflect on the role and contribution culture can have in tackling climate change and and co-create a joint project, under the guidance of a mentor.

What is the place of culture in the climate change discourse and how can artists contribute to tackling this issue?  
What impact can artists have on the urgent need for awareness and action around the climate change crisis?
How can cultural heritage be taken into consideration in this conversation? 



  • 4 selected artists will work in pairs. Each pair will work with the mentor and will collaborate online over a period of 8 weeks (1 August to 25 September 2022). 
  • Applicants are encouraged to apply in pairs from Asia and Europe. For individual applicants, the pairing will be done by the organisers. 
  • Each pair will work on a final output that could take the form of a photo documentary, podcast, video, publication, object, amongst others. The final output will be published on  and Casa Asia website and social media channels
  • At the end of the residency, each pair will take part in a webinar about the collaborative process as part of a wider sharing of their residency experience. 
  • Selected artists will have to submit weekly video diary updates that will be published on culture360 Instagram channel and shared on Casa Asia’s channels.


Climate change and global warming caused by human-induced degradation to our planet continue to be a persistent global concern.
What is the place of culture in the climate change discourse and how can artists contribute to tackling this issue?  


Eligibility criteria

  • National of ASEM Asian countries and nationals of any ASEM countries currently residing in Spain. 
  • Artists between the ages of 21 and 30 with a background in the following disciplines: music, new media, film, comics, visual arts and photography;
  • Good written and fluent spoken English. 


Each participant will receive a fee of SGD 750 for their participation in the residency. This fee can contribute to the implementation of their project idea (e.g. research fee, purchase of materials or any other necessary service fee). 


Deadline to apply: 15 July 2022.


Read more here.