STEIM provides support for various types of residencies. You can apply for support by email. We typically only consider projects which are clearly developed and matured (typically after an introductory meeting). Residencies can be (a combination of) one of the following:
- preparation of new (partly) electronic work
- development, refinement or modification of personal electronic instruments for music performance
- development of hardware/software for new sound artwork or performance
- development of music technologies for healthcare and education
- development and test-driving of workshops
Since project residencies usually put a higher strain on STEIM’s resources, we are rather strict in accepting new projects. Sometimes an Instrument Lab residency is a good alternative, which also offers time in the studios and a good deal of technical and artistic feedback in a shorter time period.