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UPDATE REGARDING COVID-19: Please note that the Artists at Risk Connection (ARC) is not a grantmaking program and is unable to assist artists financially impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

However, because we recognize the growing effect that the pandemic is having on artists, we have compiled a growing list of resources for artists affected by COVID-19 and hope that you may find assistance there. Please refer to the "Stories" page to find the list. If you are an artist or cultural practitioner otherwise at risk because of your creative practice, please follow the directions below to contact us.

Please fill out the form to get in touch with us. Submissions are encrypted and ARC understands that your communications are confidential. ARC does not provide direct services, but we will do our best to refer you to organizations that do. You can also find help by exploring our network of resources.

Your message is end-to-end encrypted and will be marked as urgent. You have the option to write this message in Arabic, English, French, Mandarin, Russian or Spanish. Expect a reply within 72 hours.

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Operates in South America

No Lugar

  • Services offered
  • Residencies
  • Disciplines
  • Visual Artists
  • Curators
  • Target demographic
  • People Living in Latin America
Guidelines of assistance

Artists and art scholars whose practices focus on contemporary art may apply. Send an application as a PDF to residencianolugar@gmail.com. Consult website for a detailed list of necessary application materials.


The residence of No Place – Contemporary Art brings together visual artists, curators, researchers, managers, and cultural agents from Ecuador and the world to live and work in the city of Quito. It is a space for artists and curators who visit Quito to develop research and production processes. This means, for example, assembling and dismantling small ephemeral "exposures" as part of the rehearsal process, presentation of portfolios, workshops, open studies, etc.

Last updated Sep 12, 2017
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