Here is the Creative residency for Creator-in-residence with Creator residency program.
Residents in this program are expected to be independent, actively pursuing their research upon their own resources. co・iki does try to help as much as possible, offering coordination support of approximately 1-2 days a week, and with the director in residence participants don’t have to call far if they need a hand with something.
The co ・ iki team also provide a coordination service for creative professionals beyond the residence program. If you are visiting Japan with a particular project in mind but need help in realizing it please feel free to contact us. These services are subject to a separate charge.
● Professional Introductions – do you need to be put in touch with other professionals in the field? We can contact key persons and make appointments for you to make your trip as efficient as possible.
● Translation – we are open to consultation on the translation of various documents
● Interview Support – Do you plan to hold interviews or meetings but are worried about the language barrier? We can provide simple interpretation services in the key creative fields.
● Research Assistance – We can also provide assistance in collating resources and connecting you with people, places and documents for your research. ● Exhibition/Event Coordination/Programing
＜Document Production＞ *Option
A small pamphlet will be made as a document of the work and stay of each resident on the completion of their residency, with copies sent on to their forwarding address. *This service is as an option available at additional cost.
In tandem with the residence program co・iki members are also involved in the planning and facilitation of independent creative programs within and without the residence building. Through these programs a wide variety of social topics are tackled, alongside concern for traditional cultures and local community, encouraging collaboration across a wide variety of fields. Members are also able to suggest particular collaborations which might be relevant to the participating resident.