Art Programs

Open Residency 2021 - 2023

Open Residency


Our Open Residency is a 3-year program designed for Creatives who work in the digital space interested in exploring Black arts and cultures across African and Diasporan African communities. This program is made of 6 3-week stays in Accra, London, Marrakech, Lome, Capetown and Toronto. It provides resources and unique experiences for digital creatives such as digital illustrators and painters, video game artists, Youtube content creators and other digital arts professionals to create, research, experiment, cultivate new directions in their work as well as execute new projects. A secondary group this program is suitable for are traditional media creatives who are interested in incorporating new media in their processes.

Artists Residency 2019

Artists Residency 2019


The Artnoise Artist in Residence in Karen Village is a fully funded residency program which provides time and space for visual artists, curators, and arts professionals to create, research, experiment, cultivate new directions in their work as well as execute new projects. 

Altreviolett Music Program 2019

Altreviolett Music Program 2019


The altreviolett Music Residency has been designed to meet the needs of emerging or independent individuals or groups who are ready to take the next step in their careers and artistic development. It offers them a unique opportunity to write, rehearse, and record new music in a ten-week stint at exclusive living quarters in Toronto, Canada as a way to plug into the influence of the growing hip-hop and afro music scene, find new inspiration in the city and bring more into day-to-day life. 

Artnoise Residency Travel Program 2018

Art Noise Residency Travel Program 2018


Artnoise is introducing a residency travel program to recruit independent creatives of Africa/Black descent and those of non-African descent as well who have interest in African arts and culture to engage in a three-month travel program in over 3 different African countries for 2018.

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