East European Performing Arts Platform (EEPAP) supports the
development of contemporary performing arts (dance and theatre)
in 18 countries of Central and Eastern Europe.

Call for artists: Residency at Glasslåven Arts Centre (Norway)


Applicationn deadline: 15 September 2015


Glasslåven Arts Centre welcomes artists in the fields of visual arts, performing arts (dance, theatre, contemporary circus), literature, arts and crafts, acoustic music and composition to apply for residency in the fall of 2015/spring 2016. 

Glasslåven Arts Centre is a colocation of artists located in historical and scenic surroundings approximately one hour north of Oslo. Glasslåven (the ”glass barn”) is a barn building from 1880 conserved and rebuilt following ecological principals. The building offers production space for artists to rent on a short or long term basis. It consists of a glass blowing studio, 14 production rooms, one big production/performance hall, a gallery, shared workshop with standard equipment, high speed fiber internet, kitchen, showers and toilets.

Accommodation is offered free of charge in our residency house next door to the centre.


You can apply for residency in either

  • a standard production room (17 m2) for residencies between one to two months or
  • a large production room (100 m2 and 10 meter high ceiling) for residencies up to 14 days

Access to your workspace, use of all the facilities at the centre and accommodation in our residency house is free of charge. Travelling expenses and living expenses (food etc.) are not covered.

Work grant

In addition to your residency, you can apply for a work grant. Glasslåven have three grants of NOK 25.000 for the fall ’15/spring ’16 program. In return, grant recipients commit to making a relevant contribution to our artistic community at the centre such as a presentation, performance or exhibition of their work.


To find out more read the open call here (in PDF), visit the Glasslåven Arts Centre official website or fanpage.