Keramikkünstlerhaus Neumünster Keramikkuenstlerhaus is an artist residence based in Neumuenster in Schleswig-Holstein which has been awarding work and residence grants exclusively for outstanding graduates from the field of artistic ceramics since 1987. In this form it is unique in Germany. The scholarship holders come from Germany and abroad.

Schleswig-Holsteinisches Artist´s House Otte 1

The artists’ residency “otte1” – named after its location at Ottestraße 1 – is a place for artistic work and international encounters. It supports professional artists in the fields of visual arts, literature and music/composition by awarding residency scholarships.

Mecklenburgisches Artist’s House Castle Plüschow When conceiving a new use for Schloss Plüschow following the Reunification of Germany in 1990, the focus was on creating an institution for the modern promotion of artists, saving the historic building from sure decay and providing it with a meaningful use. It was with these objectives in mind that the Förderkreis Schloss Plüschow … Read more

Artist’s House Lukas Künstlerhaus Lukas is one of the oldest artists’ residences in Germany. Its history dates back to the 19th century. Today, the listed studio house built by Paul Müller-Kaempff is an internationally active funding organisation for artistic practice in the fields of visual arts, performing arts, literature and music, as well as a forum for … Read more

M.1 Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung The Arthur Boskamp-Stiftung fosters visual art and culture through three programmes (M.1 kuratieren, Advancement Awards, M.1 Lokal) and takes care of the rated building “Högerbau”.

Künstlerhaus Worpswede The Künstler:innenHaus Worpswede are a place of Art production: A place of abode, a place of work and a Place of debate for Worpswede and the region. Until 2009 the scholarship center was considered to be the oldest and largest in Europe.

Künstlerhaus Lauenburg Two programme lines are combined under the roof of the Künstlerhaus Lauenburg. Promising talents from the fields of contemporary visual arts, literature and composition are supported by the house’s renowned fellowship programme. The exhibition programme is managed by the affiliated Stadtgalerie Künstlerhaus Lauenburg. Here, an independent programme of contemporary art takes place in the … Read more


Warnemünde (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern) From May 1907 to October 1908, the Norwegian painter Edvard Munch (1863-1944) lived in the Baltic Sea resort of Warnemünde. He recovers from a deep life crisis in the fisherman’s house Am Strom 53 and spends 18 artistically extremely productive months here. …..

Studio-House Trittau

The Sparkasse Cultural Foundation Stormarn opened its new studio building in the summer of 2006 in the immediate vicinity of the Wassermühle cultural center in the municipality of Trittau. The studio house provides space for a total of four artists. Click here for the current tenders.