Shelter for Ukrainian Artists
»Office Ukraine. Shelter for Ukrainian Artists« has been set up for Ukrainian artists and cultural workers in all disciplines fleeing war in Ukraine and seeking shelter in Austria. It serves as a liaison between them and the Austrian art scene.
We help to connect Ukrainian artists and cultural workers with cultural institutions and initiatives as well as artists all over Austria: residencies, galleries, museums, off-spaces, design studios, film organizations, literature and music venues, funds, etc.
We assist in finding accommodation, studio places, residencies, and internships; provide information on applying to university as well as exhibition, concert, and other opportunities; and try to help in finding jobs and grants. As a mediating platform, our aim is to connect those who offer support with Ukrainian artists in need.
»Office Ukraine. Shelter for Ukrainian Artists« is operated by independent arts institutions and has offices in Vienna (MuseumsQuartier), Graz (< rotor >), and Innsbruck (Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen). We have a broad network and are happy to share information and contacts.
Our foremost goal is to enable displaced artists and cultural workers to pursue their practice and to fuel artistic collaboration between artists from Ukraine and Austria on a long-term basis.
Your donation allows us to help quickly in difficult situations!
»Office Ukraine. Shelter for Ukrainian Artists« has been created in cooperation with civil society, tranzit.at, < rotor > Center for Contemporary Art, Künstlerhaus Büchsenhausen, springerin, and other initiatives. We closely cooperate with the BMKÖS (Austrian Federal Ministry for Arts, Culture, the Civil Service and Sports), tranzit.at, BMEIA (Austrian Federal Ministry for European and International Affairs), the MuseumsQuartier Wien, and FREIRAUM UKRAINE.
If you are a Ukrainian artist or cultural worker looking for shelter in Austria or an Austrian person or institution who wants to help, please get in touch via email. To help us respond as effectively as possible, please fill in the respective questionnaire. Given the specificity and amount of requests, we might not always be able to reply immediately, but we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Larissa Agel, Michaela Geboltsberger, Natalia Gurova, Johanna Hierzegger, Oleksandra Horbatiuk, Susanne Jäger, Anastasiia Khlestova, Iryna Kurhanska, Anton Lederer, Margarethe Makovec, Simon Mraz, Veronika Riedl, Stephanie Sackl, Georg Schöllhammer, Andrei Siclodi, Karin Zimmer, Ania Zorh.
CONTACTS FOR INSTITUTIONS AND INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO HELP:
Vienna, Lower Austria, Upper Austria:
Styria, Carinthia, Burgenland:
Tyrol, Salzburg, Vorarlberg: