ROOSTERGNN Global News Network (RGNN.org) and its Artist Residency in Madrid, Spain, non-profit solidarity organizations, promote creativity and emotional intelligence.
Thanks to the support of our benefactors, we are offering need-based scholarships for our Artist Residency.
We hope that this scholarship policy will allow talented artists, who otherwise would not have the financial means to afford the full residency fee, to participate in our Artist Residency.
Our benefactor, FACTHOUS, a digital communications and marketing agency, is offering need-based scholarships for artists participating for our Artist Residency in Madrid, Spain.
Need-based scholarships of five-hundred (500) Euros each, for the Artist Residency, to be applied towards the final Residency Fee payment of the program.
How to Apply.
To apply for the scholarship, students must submit the following documentation:
- Scholarship Application Form, online at https://rgnn.org/residency/scholarships. The applicant must meet the following requirements: “A day in my life at the ROOSTERGNN Artist Residency in Madrid, Spain”. Throughout the stay at the Residency, the candidate will prepare and shoot a video about how his or her day is at the ROOSTERGNN Artist Residency in Madrid, Spain. ROOSTERGNN will provide technical support for shooting the video.
- Application Form for the Residency, online at: https://rgnn.org/residency/madrid/application
All scholarships are subject to availability and to the selection process of RGNN Residency. RGNN Residency reserves the right to modify the conditions for scholarships, and the updated version of the conditions will be available at https://rgnn.org/residency/scholarships. Note. In the event that ROOSTERGNN has provided you with a translation of the Spanish version of this document, you accept that such a translation is provided solely for your convenience, and in your relationship with ROOSTERGNN, the Spanish version of this document prevails in any case.
Please consult the following links for information about third-party funding.