<p><strong>The Aomori Contemporary Art Centre (ACAC)</strong> was established in 2001. Located in woodland in Aomori, Japan, the residence was designed by ANDO Tadao and its purpose is to help strengthen the arts in the area.</p><p><strong>ARCUS</strong> was established in 1995 and is located near Tokyo, Japan. A converted elementary school with its individual classrooms serves as the artist residency.</p><p><strong>Arts-in-Residence Taipei (AIR Taipei)</strong> was established in 2001 and is located at 3 sites. The Taipei Artist Village is in central Taipei near the bustling main train station. The Grass Mountain Artist Village is in the Yangmingshan National Park. The Treasure Hill Artist Village is located on the Xindian River in what were once KMT soldiers&#39; illegal settlements in the late 1940s.</p><p><strong>Beijing International Artist Platform</strong> was established in 2005. Its mission is to create a cultural exchange in which international artists can learn about China and dialogue with Chinese artists. The residency is for artists, <a href="https://www.thebalance.com/curating-an-art-show-1295610" data-component="link" data-source="inlineLink" data-type="internalLink" data-ordinal="1">curators</a>, designers, writers, and researchers who wish to live and work in China.</p><p><strong>Fukuoka Asian Art Museum</strong> was established in 1999. Open studios and research rooms are provided for artists and researchers in residence.</p><p><strong>Instinct AIR Artist-in-Residence</strong> was established in 2004 by artists and has 2 sites in Singapore. Artists in residence also have the opportunity to exhibit their artwork during their stay.</p><p><strong>International Art Residency Beijing, Where Where Art Space</strong> was established in 2010. It encourages artists to be innovative and to engage with Beijing&#39;s contemporary art community.</p><p><strong>Red Gate Residency</strong> was established in 2001. This international artists residency program is open to artists, curators, researchers, and writers to live and work in Beijing&#39;s vibrant art center.</p><p><strong>Rhizome Lijiang Art Center Artist-in-Residence</strong> was established in 2009 and is located in a historical area of Yunnan Province. It encourages artists who work with the local community and environment, in addition to their own art.</p><b>Shigaraki Ceramic Cultural Park, Artist-In-Residence Program</b> was established in 1992 and is located in a historical pottery village near Kyoto, Japan. This residency is geared for professional ceramic artists.