Available studios at LKV

Application deadline: September 30, 2021

Studio 122 – ca 49,3 m2 – ca. kr 1913/month
Available from December 1st 2021

Studio 302 – ca 13 m2 – ca. kr 844/month
Available from December 1st 2021

Studio 316 – ca 19 m2 – ca. kr 1023/month
Available from February 1st 2022

In addition to the rent, kr 260/month in fees applies
Five-year contract with possibility for a five-year renewal.*

Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder (LKV) is a Foundation that runs a production space for professional visual artists, an interdisciplinary artist-in-residence program and the exhibition space BABEL visningsrom for kunst. Here you’ll find 42 studios, in addition to two project rooms and workshops for printmaking, metal, wood, analogue photography and a ceramic oven. The workshops and project rooms at LKV are available for all professional artists in Trondheim.

The application must be submitted digitally as a single PDF-file, max 10 pages. If your application contains audio or video, send this as an online link in the application PDF-file.

Application must contain:

  • Which studio(s) you are applying for
  • Applicant’s full name, registered address, residential address, email address, telephone number, organization number and other relevant contact information.
  • CV and a portfolio
  • Short presentation of your plans the upcoming years
  • Description of how you would like to use the studio and workshops at LKV

Send your application via email to apply@lkv.no, marked «application LKV – and which studio(s) you are applying for». Contact us on mail@lkv.no if you’d like to have a look at the studio and workshops at LKV or have other related queries.

For available studio at Gregus Kunstnerverksteder, send a separate application. For more information about Gregus’ available studio: https://fb.me/e/2wiuKr2Uh

Applications are reviewed by Trondheim Kommunes Studio Assignment Committee. Award criteria can be found here.* (in Norwegian)

* Note: The award criteria are being revised and will be up for political consideration during the autumn. Award will be made according to applicable criteria at that time. If someone wants to change the application as a result of revised criteria, it is possible. Get in touch if this is relevant.

Grant workshop with Erik Friis Reitan – the 1st of October

Date: Friday the 1st of October
Time: 12.00-15.00
Place: Lademoen Kunstnerverksteder

Sign up: Send an e-mail to kurs@lkv.no to sign up
Participants: 30

(The workshop will be held in Norwegian)

Are you having trouble with finding the right words when you are applying for working grants? Which works do you show? Should you be writing in art-speak? And what is “artistic plans”?

In this workshop we will run through some basic tips on how to write the big working grant application. How to prepare the application, how to navigate within the forms, how to organise the visual material, and how to describe your artistic work in a way that increases the chance of success. We will have time for questions and discussions, and are aiming for a relevant workshop fitting for both beginners and experienced artists.

Erik Friis Reitan is a visual artist and PHD fellow at the Art Academy in Bergen. He recently showed the exhibition Teleportation #3 at KODE4, and has received several grants and been a part of different juries and committees. Erik likes to share his experiences, and have held several workshops on application writing and exhibition documentation the last few years.

The workshop is a collaboration betweent VISP and Lademoen kunstnerverksteder, and is supported by Trondheim kommune.