Fellowship – Künstlerhaus Schloss Wiepersdorf

Every year, the ARSB enables one visual artist with a Rhineland-Palatinate connection* to spend three months in Schloss Wiepersdorf, Brandenburg. The person lives and works there as part of a residency program with scholarship holders from the fields of literature, visual arts, music and research.


Profile of the partner residency

The Kulturstiftung Schloss Wiepersdorf is an organization that promotes art, culture and science through an interdisciplinary and international residency programme. It awards scholarships to individual artists and scientists as well as to groups from the cultural and academic fields. It organizes programmes with scholarship holders, guests and partners, for in-house experts and with and at partner organizations. At the same time, it commemorates the history of the house with a current focus through exhibitions and programs on the epoch and mindset of Romanticism and German-German history. The Kulturstiftung Schloss Wiepersdorf sees itself as part of Brandenburg’s cultural landscape and aims to strengthen democratic civil society structures through debate, engagement and communication.


  • Dauer: three months
  • Start: Spring
  • Scholarship money: 1400 euros plus
  • Additional costs 720 euros per month
  • Material costs 100 euros per month
  • Travel allowance covered up to 500 euros

The place and the rooms

Schloss Wiepersdorf
Tankhalle innen, April 2022 © Tilman Hecker
Gartensaal © Dirk Bleicker

How to apply

An application form is available online for each scholarship during the application period (mid-April to the end of May).


completed artistic degree (M.F.A. or comparable) followed by at least two years of artistic practice.
Balmoral strives to support artists whose work still shows potential for artistic development. Candidates should be released from all professional obligations for the duration of the residency and be proficient in English.


NOTE: This scholarship is not tied to the annual theme.

*Reference to Rhineland-Palatinate: The scholarship is aimed at (and/or) applicants who were born, live, work or have studied fine arts with a degree in Rhineland-Palatinate. Proof of temporary residence in Rhineland-Palatinate as part of a scholarship stay in the region is not considered a fulfilled condition.

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