Each year Akiyoshidai International Art Village, an arts complex set within a national park in Japan, opens a call for international transdisciplinary residencies.
The residency has a different theme each year, but the core principle is to 'provide a time and place for artists to experience new encounters and carry out experiments to guide their future projects' and to support artists to 'go beyond cultural borders and expand their outlooks, exchange their unique understandings and establish relationships with fellow artists'.
The residencies are open to artists working in all disciplines and are for 55 days spread over January-March. The Village provides travel expenses, accommodation, a studio, production expenses, and a per diem.
For more information and to apply see here.