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Applications for Arvo Pärt Centre Residency Programme now open

Silence, to the composer, is like a clean canvas to a painter or blank white paper to a poet. Tabula rasa.”
– Arvo Pärt

Arvo Pärt Centre Residency Programme and Scholarships

The peace, the light and the silence at the creative spaces of the Arvo Pärt Centre are welcoming artists from all over the world to work, create and find inspiration. Their spacious residency room with views opening to the surrounding pine forest is open for composers and performers as well as creators from other fields – writers, visual artists, architects, film and dance artists. Centre welcomes solo artists as well as smaller ensembles, collectives or small working groups.

Their aim is to offer the time and space for open-ended, creative processes. During the chosen residency period, the artist is welcome to work and practise at the APC building as well as the surrounding area with no fixed requirement for a completed work or project.

To see in more detail what is available in the residency room, please click here.

Applying for Residency

There are two types of residency available:

APC RESIDENCY SCHOLARSHIP (1-4 WEEKS)
EXTERNALLY OR SELF-FUNDED RESIDENCY (1-4 WEEKS)

To apply for the APC residency scholarship, please fill in this application form. Applications for 2022 can be submitted from January 17, 2022 until March 31, 2022.

To apply for the self-funded/externally funded residency, please fill in this application form. Applications for the self-funded/externally funded residency are accepted throughout the year.

The final selection for the use of the residency room remains with the APC, all residents must comply with the Terms and Conditions.

The application process is open to all.  Incomplete applications will not be considered.

Accommodation and location

The Arvo Pärt Centre is located in Laulasmaa, 35 kilometres from Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, on a beautiful natural peninsula between the sea and a pine forest.
As the centre does not include accommodation facilities, the residency will be combined with hotel accommodation in the area, 800m walking distance from the centre building.

Further information: Arvo Pärt Centre