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Artspace 2019 Summer Residency

Artspace 2019 Summer Residency
Deadline: October 1

Raleigh, NC

The Summer Artist Residency at Artspace provides an artist with a month-long studio opportunity and $2,000 stipend (paid at the end of the residency) to work on a project of his/her choice and to interact with the public and the artist community. It is also an opportunity for an artist to exhibit the work she/he creates immediately following the residency. During the residency period, the artist teaches two classes or workshops in conjunction with the Artspace Summer Arts Program (ASAP), and presents a general lecture or demonstration about his/her own work or a related topic.

Compensation: Artspace offers a stipend of $2000, which is paid at the end of the residency period. Artists are also compensated for their teaching time.

Eligibility:
1. The Summer Artist Residency is available to established, dedicated, working artists.
2. Artists must be U.S. citizens or permanent residents over 18 years of age.
3. Artists working in most mediums will be considered. Artists working with toxic materials, hazardous machinery, etc. will not be considered due to limitations within the building. Oil painting is permitted.
4. Artists must not be currently enrolled in an institutional program of study, including instructional museum programs.
5. Artists must be ready to enjoy working in an open studio setting where the public is able to interact with the artist during public hours. Artists must work in the studio a minimum of 20 hours per week during public hours.
6. Submitting Artists must be experienced in art instruction – preferably with adults and children (ages 8+).
7. Submitting Artists must be prepared to exhibit artwork created during their residency, in addition to and/or of the same caliber as the artwork submitted for application.

Housing: Artspace will work with the artist to find adequate housing for the residency period.

Fees: $25

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Trestle Gallery Visiting Artist Residency 2019

Trestle Gallery Visiting Artist Residency
Deadline: October 1

Trestle Gallery
Brooklyn, NY

This residency is aimed at helping artists find a foothold in the art world while they develop a new body of work as an Trestle Art Space Member. Residents receive a 10% discount on the TAS Membership while getting additional support of 6 months advisory with Jason Stopa or Christina Kelly. Residents are also given the opportunity to exhibit their work at Trestle. Participants receive all benefits of a Trestle Art Space Membership as well as monthly group advisory meetings which include critiques, guest speakers, and studio visits. By participating in this program artists take advantage of networking and community building opportunities in addition to having access to low-cost studio space. The residents give back to the community and get a peek into the administrative end of the art world by volunteering in the gallery or studio for three hours per month. All artists are invited to apply. Applications are accepted twice each year.

Part of the Trestle Artist Residency program is the option to participate in an end of year Residency Exhibition with rotating prominent guest curators. The guest curator for the 2018 residency cycle will be Carmen Hermo (2019 guest curator to be determined), an assistant curator at the Brooklyn Museum. Incoming residents will have the opportunity to meet with her and show her their work before the exhibition.

Who this residency is ideal for: 
1. Artists developing a new body of work
2. Artists entering or re-entering the art world
3. Artists who have graduated with a BFA or MFA within the past two years (note: this residency is open to all artists, Bachelors/Masters degrees are not required). 

Visiting Artist Residency: The Visiting Artist Residency allows artists to explore their practice and share their artistic experience with the Brooklyn Art Space and Trestle community. Each cycle, one artist receives free Brooklyn Art Space Semi-Private studio membership for six months. The Visiting Resident Artist leads one art talk and one critique or workshop during the residency.

Who this residency is ideal for:  Established artists who would like to have a space to make work, while interacting with the Trestle & BAS community.

*Please note: we do not provide housing*

Fees: $10

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Harpo Foundation Emerging Artist Residency at Santa Fe Art Institute

Harpo Foundation Emerging Artist Residency
Deadline: October 1

Santa Fe, NM

The Harpo Foundation’s Emerging Artist Residency Fellowship at the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) was established in 2013 to provide an annual opportunity to an emerging visual artist 25 years and older who needs time and space to explore ideas and start new projects.  Artist Fellows will receive a one-month residency at the Santa Fe Art Institute, which includes a private room and bath, a private studio space, and a $500 travel stipend. Founded in 1985, the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) provides a unique opportunity for emerging artists to pursue creative projects without interruption. SFAI supports over 50 residents per year and offers a cohesive, arts-focused environment that creates the ideal working conditions for resident artists. Living and studio space is located within a nearly 17,000 square foot complex designed by renowned Mexican architect, Ricardo Legoretta. The unique SFAI environment allows residents to be as interactive or private as they wish. There are no requirements on the work produced during their time at SFAI.

One Fellowship is awarded annually to emerging artists who demonstrate:

  • Strong artistic ability and promise

  • An evolving practice this is at a pivotal moment in its development

The Harpo Emerging Artist Fellow receives: $500 travel stipend, a one-month residency at the Santa Fe Art Institute, a private room and bath, a semi-private studio space, access to common facilities and basic tools, breakfast food items, two communal meals.

The residency will take place in September, October, or November 2019. The HARPO Emerging Artist Fellow is not required to engage the 2019 residency theme, “Truth & Reconciliation,” but may do so at their discretion. Ultimately, the semi-structured programming and unique environment at SFAI allows the Artist Fellow to be as interactive or private as they wish with other residents.

This fellowship is open to international applicants who are self-defined under-recognized* visual artists** over the age of 25 and not enrolled in a degree program at the time of the application deadline.

Fees: $35

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Oct
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SEA Foundation Residency

SEA Foundation Residency
Deadline: October 15

SEA Foundation
Tilburg, The Netherlands

SEA Foundation’s AiR Tilburg – invites applicants for its 2019/2020 residency program. The residencies are designed for the 21st-century art professional – visual artists, curators and art theorists/writers – whose work and life demands both a rigorous engagement as well as an urgency to propel progress. We believe that the contemporary art practice requires both flexibility as well as stability, a self-directed approach, and a guided environment.

We seek for candidates who envision a solid plan for development and production during their fellowship period and who are willing to participate within the rhythm, the open participative atmosphere and the artistic challenge which propels our artist-led institute.  The SEA Foundation’s individual shaped residency program is limited to 8 residents per year.

Two selected residents for the 2019-2020 program will be offered a fully funded fellowship which includes access to all facilities, mentoring, a weekly stipend and a production budget. Funded by SEA Foundation: Studio and private living quarters; Heating, water and electricity; Bespoke mentoring and training; Use of shared kitchen and common residency rooms; WIFI everywhere on the premises; Breakfast; Use of workshop and equipment; Use of art-related library; Interaction with local peers and other residents; Office facilities and printers; PR activities; Free parking (road side) Bike on loan; Stipend of 200 euro (approx $233 USD) per week; Production budget 1500 euro (approx. $1745 USD) depending on project costs. Paid by the resident: Travel costs & personal expenses.

Fees: $35

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Oct
15
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Museum of Arts and Design Artist Studios Residency

Artist Studio Residency
Deadline: October 15

Museum of Arts and Design
New York, NY

The Artist Studios Program hosts artists and designers daily in a live studio environment. Artists and designers are selected for a six-month session (February–July, August – January). Each artist is assigned one day each week to work, along with a selection of Thursday evenings. Artists receive a daily honoraria of $125. Artists have access to a variety of tools and materials, as well as the museum galleries, and are given professional development opportunities throughout the year. Selection is conducted by a committee of eight to twelve museum staff members and outside professionals in the fields of art, craft, and design. 

Successful applicants have a mature body of work that reveals a mastery of techniques, methods, processes and/or materials, as well as demonstrates developed concepts, ideas, and/or themes. Proposals need to address a clear direction or question for pursuit in applicant’s work and take into account the public-facing nature of the program (we highly recommend applicants visit the museum and talk to current residents). Successful applicants also have an artistic practice that aligns with the mission of the museum to celebrate creative processes through which materials are crafted into works that enhance contemporary life. Key attributes for practices that align with the museum’s mission are: Innovation that drives 21st century creative production, the highest level of skill and workmanship, and an emphasis on cross-disciplinary approaches to production.

Fees: FREE

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Nov
19
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Lucid Art Foundation Artist-in-Residence

Lucid Art Foundation Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: November 19

Inverness, CA

The Lucid Art Foundation encourages exploration of nonrepresentational art through multimedia, conceptual, ecological, and interdisciplinary approaches. During the three-week residency, artists will have the opportunity to explore the practice of lucid art, with special emphasis on the integration of art, process, and inner awareness. Through this practice, a deeper foundation is created that fosters individual artistic growth and development, as well as the understanding of the artist’s role in society.

The goal of the Lucid Art Residency Program is to provide artists from Canada and the United States with a serene, retreat-like natural environment for creative exploration and inquiry into arts and consciousness. Eligible artists must have an MFA or equivalent in independent studio work. Artists working in the visual arts, video/new media, music composition, and choreography will be considered.

The residency provides a space to live in (the former studio of the late writer Jacqueline Johnson) and a 650-square-foot art studio called “the Ark.” The Ark was built in 1960 and was a former studio of painter Gordon Onslow Ford and mixed media artist Fariba Bogzaran. The large studio pictured above has a wood burning fireplace, restroom, sink, high ceilings with upper loft, wood walls, skylights, and a private deck off the sliding glass patio doors. The cottage has WiFi, a bedroom, a living room, 2 bathrooms, wood burning stove, continuous wooden deck, and a full kitchen stocked with necessary cooking utensils. Parking and laundry facilities are on-site. There is also a print shop with a Sturges press available for use by artists who are experienced printmakers. Only water based mediums may be used on the press.

During the residency, artists have the opportunity to meet and dialogue with a Lucid Art professional artist associate who will give feedback on the work created during the residency. Artists will have access to the Foundation’s extensive Library Resource Center. The Library contains books by many modern, surrealist, and contemporary artists, such as Roberto Matta, Gordon Onslow Ford, Wolfgang Paalen, Remedios Varo, John Anderson, Lee Mullican, and Morris Graves, among others.

Eligible artists must have an MFA or equivalent in independent studio work. Artists working in the visual arts, video/new media, music composition, and choreography will be considered. A short biography and recent résumé of artistic activities (exhibitions, performances, publications, etc.) from the last five years is required with the application, as well as an artist’s statement providing information about the work in relation to the mission of the Lucid Art Foundation (max. 1,000 characters). Submission of ten images of work created within the last two years for visual arts or one video (max 60MB) or one audio file (max 30MB) from the last two years for new media/video, music composition, and choreography is also required.

Artists arrange for their own transportation to and from the Lucid Art Foundation. There is no stipend and meals are not provided during the residency, but artists are welcome to harvest from the Foundation’s organic garden. A weekly lunch will be scheduled with staff, artist associates, or scholars.

Once a year, the Lucid Art Foundation will curate a show of the residency artists’ work at a local community art gallery. The artists will be asked to submit one or two works from the residency period or after. The artists are responsible for delivering the works to the gallery, and when the show ends, the artists are responsible for picking up their artwork or paying the shipping costs for them to be returned. Each artist will receive 50% of the proceeds of any sales. The remaining 50% of the proceeds will be split between the Foundation and the gallery.

Fees: $40

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Dec
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Visual Studies Workshop Project Space Call for Proposals

Project Space Call for Proposals
Deadline: December 2

Visual Studies Workshop
Rochester, NY

The Project Space is a gallery workspace for artists working in photography, book art, and moving images. Accepted proposals will receive up to four weeks time in the Project Space, full access to the collections and studios at VSW, assistance from VSW staff, and a $750 stipend.

The Project Space provides artists the opportunity to experiment with new work, new display strategies, and to have discussions with critics, curators, graduate students, and the community-at-large about works in-progress. Artists open the Project Space to the public in one or more open studio sessions during the residency.

Multiple time slots from March through December 2019 are now open.

Accepted residents from outside the Western New York region will be provided a free furnished studio apartment two blocks away from VSW.

Fees: FREE

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Sep
15
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Jentel Artist Residency

Jentel Artist Residency
Deadline: September 15

Banner, WY

The The Jentel Artist Residency Program offers dedicated individuals a supportive environment in which to further their creative development. Artists and writers experience unfettered time to allow for thoughtful reflection on the creative process in a setting that preserves the agricultural and historical integrity of the land. The program welcomes visual artists in all media, writers in fiction, creative nonfiction, and poetry and playwrights.offers dedicated individuals a supportive environment in which to further their creative development. Artists and writers experience unfettered time to allow for thoughtful reflection on the creative process in a setting that preserves the agricultural and historical integrity of the land.

Eligibility:  Any visual artist or writer over 25 currently residing in the United States or any U.S. citizen living abroad is eligible. Individuals currently enrolled in an academic institution are ineligible to apply until after they complete their program. Age, ethnicity, gender, or religious associations are of no significance in considering individuals for residency awards.

Studio:  In a low tech and equipment free environment, the studios offer visual artists a place that is only limited by the imagination. The space honors the creative process with time to explore, experiment, refine, and develop in the world of ideas without the need to fully realize a product. The cozy and comfortable writer studios, the visual artist studios and the residence have Wifi access.

Stipend:  Each resident receives a $400 stipend distributed in weekly increments to help defray living and meal preparation expenses during the program. Residents are responsible for transportation to and from Sheridan and for transporting or shipping personal items, materials and equipment needed for creative work. Residents also shop and prepare meals and purchase personal items.

Fees: $23

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Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts Residency

Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts Residency
Deadline: September 1

Nebraska City, NE

The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts awards up to seventy juried residencies per year to established and emerging visual artists, writers, composers, and interdisciplinary artists from across the country and around the world. Residencies are available for 2 to 8 weeks stays. Each resident receives a $100 stipend per week, free housing, and a private studio. All residents are selected by a discipline-specific panel of professionals with decisions based on the quality of the proposal and the support materials submitted. Nebraska artists and those transitioning from graduate school receive special consideration by the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center. Each year, some residencies are reserved for these artists. 

Fees: $35

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Latitude Chicago Residency

Latitude Chicago Residency
Deadline: September 1

Chicago, IL

Since August of 2012, LATITUDE has welcomed more than 30 artists to the lab as residents! We have helped these artist produce work for exhibitions and books, coordinate public events, and share our knowledge and community. In turn, residents have generously lent their creative energy to the lab, and have participated in staff critique groups, artist talks, book discussions, workshops and more!

Residents receive:

No-cost access to and use of the lab for 1 month. (This includes: ink charges, scanning, and daily membership.)

Project consultation and oversight from the Lab Director and Lab Technician.

Customized education on lab equipment, software and other production needs.

24/7 access to the lab (at the Lab Director's discretion, after an initial training period).

Assistance from LATITUDE staff with professional development, coordinating studio visits with curators, writers, and other local artists, and programming support.

Residents provide:

Open studio hours when they are available to discuss their projects and practice with the lab community.

One piece of free public programming (e.g. a workshop, artist's talk, etc.), produced with the assistance of the LATITUDE staff.

Donation of one print to LATITUDE's Residency Collection.

A commitment to LATITUDE's mission of open, collaborative learning.
 

Fees: FREE

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Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Residency

Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Residency
Deadline: September 1

New York, NY

Lower East Side Printshop, NY, offers emerging artists FREE year-long studio residencies to develop new work and foster their artistic careers. Residencies that begin on October 1, 2018. Printmaking facilities are available for intaglio, relief, monotype, waterbased silkscreen, digital processes, and other techniques that employ the tools at hand.

Keyholders work independently in the Printshop’s shared Artists’ Studio and have access to a vibrant community of peers. Artists from all disciplines are eligible to apply; printmaking skills are not required, but some familiarity with the medium is recommended.

Participation is limited and competitive. Applications are evaluated by a panel of seasoned artists, curators, and art professionals based on the quality of submitted artwork. Artists currently without a studio space are encouraged to apply.

Keyholder Residency includes:

  • 24/7, one-year access to a shared studio with printmaking facilities
  • $1,000 stipend
  • One free printmaking class at the Printshop
  • Free career development workshops and salons
  • Group exhibition opportunities
  • Consultation hours with Printshop printers

Fees: FREE

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Aug
31
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Marin Museum of Contemporary Art 2019 Residency

Marin Museum of Contemporary Art Residency
Deadline: August 31

Novato, CA

Residency Term: January 15th – December 31st, 2019

The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art (MarinMOCA) invites applications from local, national, and international artists for a one-year studio residency at the Novato Arts Center in Novato, California. This Artist in Residence program is designed to encourage the creative, intellectual, and personal growth of emerging and established visual artists. The residency offers the artist the gift of time to experiment and realize new work while giving the community opportunities to connect and learn from the artist’s art practice and knowledge.

The artist will be provided with 24-hour access to a private, enclosed studio (227 square feet) at MarinMOCA. This studio is equipped with lighting, heat, and a table and chair. The artist will have access to the on-site kiln, if needed, and the larger classroom space, as available.  There is a small kitchen on site with a refrigerator and a microwave.

The selected artist(s) will receive a stipend of $1,000 during their stay, with $500 provided at the start of the residency and the balance provided at the six-month point. All other costs for material or travel will be covered by the artist. The artist chosen will be a valued and integral part of MarinMOCA’s programming and outreach to the community, and in this spirit resident artists are expected to commit themselves for the entire residency awarded to them.

Resident artists are required to offer 6-8 hours per month of public programming to the community.

Fees: $40

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Yaddo Residency

Yaddo Residency
Deadline: August 1

Saratoga Springs, NY

Yaddo is a retreat for artists located on a 400-acre estate in Saratoga Springs, New York. Its mission is to nurture the creative process by providing an opportunity for artists to work without interruption in a supportive environment.

Yaddo offers residencies to professional creative artists from all nations and backgrounds working in one or more of the following disciplines: choreography, film, literature, musical composition, painting, performance art, photography, printmaking, sculpture, and video. Artists may apply individually or as members of collaborative teams of two or three persons. They are selected by panels of other professional artists without regard to financial means. Residencies last from two weeks to two months and include room, board, and a studio. To protect the privacy of our guests, we do not allow or arrange visits to the private part of the estate. The Yaddo Gardens are free and open to the public year round.

Five admissions panels consider applications to Yaddo in the following disciplines:

  • Literature, including fiction, nonfiction, poetry, drama, translation, and librettos
  • Visual Art, including painting, drawing, sculpture, printmaking, photography, mixed media, and installation art
  • Music Composition, including instrumental forms, vocal forms, electronic music, music for film, and sound art
  • Performance, including choreography, performance art, multi-media and/or collaborative works incorporating live performance
  • Film & Video, including narrative, documentary and experimental films, animation, and screenplays

    Artists who qualify for Yaddo residencies are working at the professional level in their fields. An abiding principle at Yaddo is that applications for residency are judged on the quality of the artist’s work and professional promise. Yaddo accepts approximately 200 artists each year. There are no publication, exhibition, or performance requirements for application.

  • Artists enrolled in graduate or undergraduate programs at the time of application are not eligible to apply to Yaddo.
  • Artists may apply once every other calendar year. For example, if you applied in 2017 (January or August), you will be eligible to apply again in either January or August of 2019.

Fees: $30

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Jul
31
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Bryan Artist Residency

Bryan Artist Residency
Deadline: July 31

Bryan, TX

The Bryan Artist in Residence will have an opportunity to live and work in one of the newly-built Kasparov Lofts, generously donated by BCS Modern. This program allows the artist to spend their time creating, experimenting, adding to their portfolio, while also providing the artist their own retail space. The term of each residency is roughly one year. The selected artist will live in a 750 square foot apartment with a downstairs work/retail area.  Housing will include utilities (water, electricity, and internet). The artist will also receive a $3,000 stipend from The Arts Council to assist with groceries, fuel, and supply purchases, paid in $250 monthly installments over the year.

Eligibility: Any artist is eligible to apply. Applicants must be artists who concentrate in one of the following areas: 2-D Mixed Media, 3-D Mixed Media, Ceramics, Digital Media, Drawing, Fiber Arts, Literature, Music, Painting, Poetry, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture.

Applicants must be available to live in Bryan for the entire one-year term of the residency. Applicants must be fluent in English, have reliable transportation they will bring with them, and be eligible to live in the United States for the entire term of the residency program.

Preference will be given to sculpture/3D artists.

Fees: FREE

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Jul
31
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Willapa Bay Artist-in-Residence

Willapa Bay Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: July 31

Willapa Bay, WA

Willapa Bay AiR, situated on 16 acres in coastal southwest Washington state, launched its residency program in March 2014. The Residency has been specifically designed, from the site selection to the architecturally specific building concepts, layouts, and materials, to combine the opportunity for solitude with the opportunity for daily community that fosters creative endeavor.

We offer month-long, self-directed residencies to emerging and established artists, writers, scholars, singer/songwriters, and musical composers. The Residency provides lodging, meals, and work space, at no cost, to six residents each month from March 1st through September 30th of the year. Applications are evaluated by selection committees comprised of working artists and professionals in the applicants’ respective fields of discipline.

Fees: $30

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Jul
27
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Residency 108

Residency 108
Deadline: July 27

New York

Residency 108 invites emerging and established artists, writers and thinkers of all disciplines to immerse themselves in their creative practice. We particularly welcome those who work with nature, ecology and the installation of temporary outdoor land-art works. The residency is free apart from the cost of travel and material expenses which must be assumed by the individual.

Two four week-long residencies are offered each year, one during the month of October and one in May. The program accommodates three artists at a time. Each resident is provided with a room, working facilities and a weekly stipend for food, participants are responsible for cooking their own meals. Each resident will be asked to present their work during the residency and weekly critiques are held as a group, sometimes with a visiting critic.

The program takes place on 108 acres of pastoral land which was used as a horse farm in the last century. The property features rolling hills, mowed paths, meadows, densely wooded forests, wetlands with a few ponds of varying size and a seasonal stream. In addition to these ecosystems a variety of native plant species host habitats for birds, reptiles and amphibians. Frequent visitors include coyotes, deer and wild turkeys. The barn is home to chickens, sheep, horses, goats, cats, a cow and a pig. There is also a private residence on the property, which is not available for use by residents.

The residency is located in a remote area; the closest village is a 7-minute drive or 25-minute bike ride. There is no public transportation in the area, and we do not have a vehicle available for resident use apart from a bike. We do however provide weekly trips to shop for supplies and food. Our program is ideal for artists who wish to engage with the landscape and prefer isolation to interaction. If you require constant contact with “civilization” this may not be the program for you.

Fees: FREE

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Jul
9
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The Studios at MASS MoCA Residency for Artists & Writers

Call for Artists & Writers
Deadline: July 9

The Studios at MASS MoCA
North Adams, MA

Application for Sessions from October 10th, 2018 – April 2nd, 2019

MASS MoCA invites artists and writers to apply for residencies from 1 week to 8 weeks in length.

Residents (10 per session) will receive:

  • A private studio in attractive space on MASS MoCA’s re-purposed mill campus, with generous natural light, 24-hour studio access, plywood floors, a work table and chair in each studio, and shared slop sinks and bathrooms. (Certain applicants, depending on their projects, will be invited to share a communal studio space at Makers’ Mill — the printmaking and fiber arts studio — located a few blocks from the studios on the MASS MoCA campus, instead of a private studio.)
  • Housing across the street from the museum, in newly renovated apartments (private bedroom/Queen bed + shared kitchen and bath). These are lovely apartments, but note that it’s communal living (4 people to an apartment) in an active downtown location — sensitive sleepers be advised.
  • One communal meal per day, in the company of other artists-in-residence.
  • MASS MoCA member benefits for the duration of the residency, including free access to the museum’s galleries and discounts on performing arts events and museum store purchases.
  • Free access to Makers’ Mill, a printmaking and fiber arts makerspace on Main Street in North Adams (a short walk from the museum), offering shared use of relief press, etching press, silkscreen and book arts equipment, as well as looms, sewing machines, small tools and work tables.
  • Optional one-on-one artist-focused financial and business coaching through the staff of MASS MoCA’s Assets for Artists program (www.assetsforartists.org), helping artists and writers in all disciplines strengthen the business side of their artistic practice.

Eligibility: We welcome applications from artists in all career stages, income levels, and disciplines (painters, writers, fiber artists, printmakers, performers, designers, photographers, filmmakers, etc.) whose practice allows them to work quietly (no power tools in the private studios, and no music out loud – headphones only). Groups/collectives may apply to work on joint projects. The studios have light-duty ventilation, so an art practice generating strong fumes cannot be accommodated.

Fees: $650 per week

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Jun
6
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McColl Center for Visual Art

McColl Center for Visual Art Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: June 6

Roswell Artist-in-Residence
Charlotte, NC

McColl Center annually awards residencies to approximately eighteen artists. Regional, national, and international artists are selected through a combination of open applications, invitations, and solicited nominations. The Artist-in-Residence Program is open to artists working in architecture, drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, film, video, new media, design, music, theatre, social practice, community organizing, urban agriculture, culinary arts, or interdisciplinary practices. The residency program provides a space for creative inquiry and exploration among a dynamic group of artists, thinkers, and practitioners.

Residency Session: January 7th–April 30th, 2019

Support
● $6,000 living allowance
● $2,000 materials stipend (prorated for residencies shorter than three months)
● Furnished one-bedroom condominium with Wi-Fi
● Private workspace (230–819 square feet) with Wi-Fi
● Participation in a group exhibition on the second or third floor of McColl Center
● Photo and video documentation
● Technical and administrative services
● Reimbursement for one round-trip economy-class flight
● Opportunities to engage with McColl Center audiences via public programs

Eligibility
● Minimum 21 years of age
● Matriculating students are not eligible.
● Past artists-in-residence of McColl Center should wait five years before applying for another residency. Artists are limited to two residencies at McColl Center.

Fees: $35

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Jun
1
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Roswell Artist-in-Residence

Roswell Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: June 1

Roswell Artist-in-Residence
Roswell, NM

The Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program provides year-long residencies for visual artists. A stipend, or living allowance, of $800 per month is offered along with $100 for a spouse/partner and $200 per child living with the grantee. The additional stipend for children is sponsored in part by a grant from the Sustainable Arts Foundation. A generous materials stipend is also available through a grant by the Frederick Hammersley Foundation.

In-residence grants are offered to artists involved with painting, drawing, sculpture, installation, printmaking and other studio-based art making. Grants are not made in the disciplines of performance art or production crafts.

The studios are large, open spaces that measure approximately 30 ‘x 25 ‘x 10’. These areas are well-lighted and convertible to the artist’s requirements. Artists are housed in a complex of six houses and 10 studios located on fifty acres of land. Each artist is provided with a house that can amply accommodate either a single person or a family. Rent, utilities (except telephone), repairs and maintenance costs are borne by the Program. Houses are furnished with major furniture items, appliances and utensils within reason. The printmaking facility is a small, fully operational studio – basically lithographic/etching in nature.

Fees: FREE

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May
31
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The Image Flow Artist in Residence Summer 2018

The Image Flow Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: May 31

The Image Flow
Mill Valley, CA

The Image Flow invites applications for a 2 – 3 month Artist Residency program to support a visual artist working within photography and/or image-based media. This is a work-only residency; artists not local to the area are welcome to apply but will need to secure housing arrangements independently. The time frame for the residency is flexible, ideally taking place between the months of June and September 2018.

The selected resident photographer will gain access to our photo studio and lighting, a dedicated workspace with Epson 7880 and 3880 printers, traditional and alternative darkrooms, and a limited supply of inkjet papers for printing purposes. Participants in the residency program are expected to use their time to pursue their own personal projects, which may include photographing, printing, or other work inherent to their specific endeavors.

At the close of the residency, participants will donate a selection of work to The Image Flow’s Artist in Residence Collection, the details of which are negotiable upon acceptance. The resident photographer may also choose to present a lecture on their work to the community, though this will be voluntary. There will also be the possibility for the chosen resident photographer to mount an exhibition of work created during the course of the residency.

Note: Residents will need to provide their own primary camera(s), as well as a personal laptop or computer for use with the Epson printers. When using the darkroom facilities, residents must provide their own chemicals/papers.

Eligibility: All artists living or working in the United States working in photography and/or image-based media.

Fees: $30

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May
15
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Maine Media Workshops: 2018 Book Artist in Residence

2018 Book Artist in Residence
Deadline: May 15

Maine Media Workshops
Rockport, ME

Since 2015, Maine Media has offered a month-long Book Arts Residency that provides time, space, and funding for artists creating a new, small-run, handmade book that features letterpress printing. We encourage the use of both traditional and new technologies in book arts and, as a media arts school, value the interplay between word and image. 

The 2018 Residency will be awarded to one artist and will run from October 1-29. The residency includes: 

  • weekly stipend (for four weeks) of $350
  • materials support of up to $500
  • travel stipend
  • beautiful accommodations overlooking Rockport Harbor
  • meals on campus at MMW+C
  • full access to our Book Arts Studio

To apply, please send the following ELECTRONICALLY to bookarts@mainemedia.edu, compressed into one folder labeled with the artist’s name

  • Artist Statement and CV
  • A one-page description of the project, including anticipated materials and studio needs
  • A materials budget
  • Ten images of recent work, along with short descriptions of the work (images should be 72 pixels per inch | 800 pixels on the longest side | jpeg format | Adobe RGB 1998 color space)

Fees: FREE

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May
15
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Montgomery College Rockville Art Department Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence
Deadline: May 15

Montgomery College Rockville Art Department
Montgomery, MD

We encourage proposals that cultivate collaborative work between artists and students. The three-week Artist in Residence program (AIR) of the Rockville Art Department augments the studio arts curriculum by providing students with direct hands-on experience in the arts that is guided by visiting artists. This is accomplished by: Enabling students to work with contemporary artists other than faculty, Fostering a vested commitment between artist, student and the educational setting of the College, and Enhancing the Department’s curriculum.

We are seeking individuals or groups with a wide range of artistic practices outside the traditional studio arts foundation curriculum. Proposals should offer a mutually supportive creative learning environment between students, classes, and Artist.

Professional artists or Artists Groups in all visual arts disciplines who are interested in working with students are encouraged to apply. Preference will be given to applicants whose work and proposal expand on the working range of foundation level teaching.

A stipend of $2000 will be available for the three-week AIR, which includes transportation, installation of work and compensation of time. Student materials for any proposed collaboration with students will be supported through a separate budget and will be determined based on the size and scope of the work.

Candidates should submit a proposal for collaborative processes and programming that provides foundation level students with direct hands-on experience in the arts that is guided by the Artist. Programming may include an exhibition of the Artist’s work, workshops, talks, field trips and/or any other areas of student art engagement.

The selected Artist/Artist Group will be expected to be available during scheduled class times over the three-week programming. The Artist/Artist Group will be provided with a calendar of the Art Department’s scheduled classes and will consult with the Special Projects Coordinator in preparing a program that is compatible with this schedule.

Fees: FREE

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Apr
29
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PlatteForum Artist in Residence

PlatteForum Artist in Residence
Deadline: April 29

PlatteForum
Denver, CO

PlatteForum, as an artist community, supports the creation and presentation of new art and ideas by contemporary artists. By supporting working artists, PlatteForum generates dialogue in the larger community about the role of the artist in society. Located in a rich urban context, PlatteForum’s dynamic, artist-centered residences are built upon the notion of engaging the broader community in the creation of new work, where artists, youth, and the public collaborate. Each resident artist becomes a catalyst for innovative and expanded thinking about what art is and can be.

Residencies at PlatteForum are competitive with over 100 applications and only five slots awarded each year. Each residency gives the artist the time, space and support to extend their work and share their ideas with the public. Artistic excellence, innovative ideas for engagement and collaboration with the public, and a diversity of ideas, genres, and methodologies are paramount in selecting artists for only four available slots in the Artist Residency program each season. Residencies are 6-8 weeks in duration.

The Artist Residency program is open to artists in all genres. Applications from established professional artists, emerging artists, and graduate students are welcome. We encourage local, national, and international artists to apply. Artistic excellence, merit, and creative ways for interacting with the public as articulated in the application are important criteria in the selection process. Applicants must be able to speak and understand English. There is a three-year waiting period for former residents (for example, an Artist Resident from the 2012-13 season is not eligible to apply until the 2015-16 season).

Stipend: PlatteForum provides our facility, a stipend ($250/week) to help defray artist expenses, staff support, program administration, workshop support, youth workshop supplies, opening event, press releases, and invitations.

Fees: $35

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Apr
22
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Philadelphia Photo Arts Center Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence
Deadline: April 22

Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
Philadelphia, PA

The intentions of the program are to assist talented, self-directed and committed artists in the creation of work by providing necessary financial support, access to high-end facilities and proper technical assistance and education. Our hope is to create a transformative experience that enriches the individual artist and the community of PPAC.

Artists should propose projects that benefit from the dialogue and education that will take place in PPAC’s Artist Lab and the month-long residency should be used to advance your artistic practice in a meaningful way. Artists may submit proposals that include the continuation or completion of work already in process, or the creation of new work.

Accepted artists will be required to work collaboratively with PPAC to design two public program events. These programs are open to interpretation and have no bearing on final selections. Please do not include proposals for these events in your application.

The length of each individual residency is restricted to a month, but the timing is flexible. Artists should propose a project that fits within the residency term of June 1, 2018 to May 1, 2019.

Our Artist Residency program is intended to support working artists, students are not eligible to apply.

Accepted artists will receive a $3,000 honorarium, will have printer and scanner hourly rental fees waived and will receive a $1,500 credit to be applied to ink usage fees and paper in the Artist Lab. If necessary, a $1,000 stipend will be provided for travel and/or housing.

Fees: $25

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Apr
13
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Brookline Arts Center Artist in Residence

Artist in Residence
Deadline: April 13

Brookline Arts Center
Brookline, MA

The Brookline Arts Center is seeking proposals for an eight-week artist residency in our historic firehouse turned art center in Brookline, MA. One dynamic solo artist or small collaborative group will have the opportunity to experiment and grow their body of work with the support of the BAC. Artist(s) selected will design, create and exhibit an installation or series of work in our unique gallery space. The residency will provide five weeks of artistic development and culminate with a three-week public exhibition.

Eligibility:  All artists residing in United States are eligible to apply. All applications must be entered online through the BAC’s submission form. Entry fee.

Residency Details:  Selected artist(s) will receive a stipend of $1,000 for the residency.Benefits of the program include:

  • Studio space.
  • 24-hour access to 2D, ceramics, small metals studio (when classes are not in session) and gallery space to be used for art-making.
  • A formal critique at the mid-point and end of the residency.
  • Use of equipment, machines and tools (with proper instruction).
  • Opportunities to take classes with our faculty.
  • Administrative staff support.

Expectations: Artist(s) are expected to create a site-specific, original installation or series of work for our gallery while in residence at the BAC. A site visit prior to submission is strongly encouraged. Artist(s) are encouraged to intereact with the environment of the BAC and the greater community of Brookline throughout the eight-week program. Exploration of and interaction with the community includes an open studio experience and a culminating reception showcasing the work. Two or three public talks and/or workshops will also be developed and presented, led by the artist(s) in residence with the goal of enriching the community through artistic engagement. Artist(s) are responsible for procurement of materials, furniture and supplies. Projects should be self -directed.

Fees: $30 for up to 10 images.

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Feb
1
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Emmanuel College Artist-in-Residence

Emmanuel College Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: February 1

Emmanuel College
Boston, MA

The Emmanuel College Art Department offers an eight-week artist residency to four artists each summer. The residency supports a diverse group of artists, providing time and space for established and emerging artists to develop their work.

However, the Art Department specifically aims to award a residency to one individual from each of the four categories: Ceramics, Photography, Printmaking and Social Justice. We strive to foster a supportive environment to achieve creative and artistic excellence. The residency also plays an important role in advancing the visual arts on the Emmanuel campus, providing an important educational program on contemporary art accessible to students, staff, and faculty. Residents should be willing to support and interact with each other, students, and faculty.

The residency defines Emmanuel College as a leader in the visual arts and brings greater visibility to that leadership role beyond the confines of the College.

  • Artists must not be currently enrolled in any academic program.
  • Residency is from mid June to mid August 2018
  • Artists will receive a stipend of $1000 dollars and reimbursement for travel and visa up to an additional $1000.
  • Lodging is provided in the college dorms or apartments, with access to a small kitchen
  • Artists may be invited back to give a presentation or demo during the 2018/19 academic year. This will be based on teaching needs.
  • Residents have access to communal college studio facilities with ample space sharing – ceramics, wood shop, print shop, darkroom, design lab and drawing studio.
  • Artists must devote 3 hours to Emmanuel’s summer art history course, Contemporary Art and Artistic Practice, discussing their own process.
  • Emmanuel will host a closing exhibition for all resident artists to participate in and show the larger community the end result of your work.
  • Artists are responsible for all material and food costs during the residency.
  • Artists will donate one piece to Emmanuel College at the end of the residency

Fees: FREE

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Jan
31
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Good Hart Residency Program

Good Hart Residency Program
Deadline: January 31

Good Hart Residency
Good Hart, MI

The Good Hart Residency Program in Good Hart, Michigan offers 2-3 week residencies to dedicated visual artists and writers. The residency provides a live/work studio space, food, a $500.00 stipend, and a quiet setting to concentrate on creative work. The residency works in partnership with several local community organizations.

Good Hart is a very small town located on M-119, a scenic heritage route referred to as the Tunnel of Trees, in Northern Michigan. The area’s natural beauty includes the Lake Michigan shoreline, inland lakes and coastal dunes and wetlands. This unique region is home to state parks and forests and more than 25 publicly accessible preserves.

Calendar dates for 2018:

  • May 11th – May 25th, 2018, OR
  • May 30th – June 13th, 2018  OR
  • June 16th – June 30th, 2018  OR
  • August 3rd – August 17th, 2018, OR
  • September 21st – October 5th, 2018 (reserved for writer residency)

Fees: FREE

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Jan
22
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I-Park Foundation Residency Program

I-Park Foundation Residency
Deadline: January 22

I-Park Foundation, Inc.
East Haddam, CT

Residencies are offered from May to December. The typical residency lasts four weeks and includes six artists, all of whom arrive and depart at the same time, ensuring a deeply shared experience. Residents are given a private bedroom in a renovated 1840s farmhouse, a private studio, and chef-prepared dinners four nights a week.

Shared amenities include a communal kitchen, common area, library, wireless internet, and a workshop outfitted with tools, materials, equipment and an electric kiln. The music studios are equipped with pianos, digital keyboards, hardware for recording, sequencing and sound manipulation, and a collection of percussion and obscure instruments.

The residency is self-directed and non-judgmental. You decide what you’re going to work on and when. I-Park’s resourceful staff is devoted to providing each artist with a fulfilling, productive and comfortable residency experience. We welcome ambitious installation projects on the I-Park grounds, and will furnish materials, equipment and labor for approved projects.

Each residency concludes with an Open Studios event, in which members of the public are invited to meet the artists, experience their work and explore the I-Park grounds.

Fees: $35

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Jan
16
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The Center for Photography at Woodstock Artist-in-Residence

The Center for Photography at Woodstock
Deadline: January 16

WOODSTOCK AIR  is a residency program supporting a dialogue around diversity, race, identity and beyond, for US-based artists and critics/scholars/curators working in photography.

WOODSTOCK AIR provides access to facilities, and financial, critical, and technical support. The drive for this program is to free the residents from the busy routines and demands of everyday life – and to provide a sanctuary for creativity. Each year CPW offers seven residencies for artists and one residency for a curator/critic. Residencies are four weeks in duration, with the possibility of two additional weeks, and can occur from May through September. Additional, partially supported residencies may be available throughout the rest of the year, pending funding.

There are  generally  two residencies  per month, May through September. Residents are provided with workspace, critical and technical support, housing, stipends for food and travel, and honoraria. Residents working in photography and related media are invited to embark on new work, continue work on existing projects, and/or contemplate their artistic and/or scholarly goals. Residents have 24-hour access to CPW’s workspace facilities.

The Critical Studies Residency invites critics/scholars/curators to take advantage of the solitude of Woodstock and utilize their time completing scholarly research in the photographic arts (contemporary or historic) with the goal of publication or exhibition. CPW’s library, archives, and collection are available as tools for research.

Fees: $15

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Jan
15
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MacDowell Colony Residency

MacDowell Colony Residency
Deadline: January 15

MacDowell Colony
Monadnock, NH

The MacDowell Colony provides time, space, and an inspiring environment to artists of exceptional talent. A MacDowell Fellowship, or residency, consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for up to eight weeks. There are no residency fees. MacDowell Fellows are selected by our admissions panels, which are comprised of a revolving group of distinguished professionals in each artistic discipline who serve anonymously for three years.

Residency Dates: June 1 - September 30, 2018

Fees: FREE

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Jan
15
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Acadia National Park Artist-in-Residence

Acadia National Park Artist-in-Residence
Deadline: January 15

Art and artists have played a key role in the history of Maine’s Down East Region, and the founding of Acadia National Park. The Artist-in-Residence program is dedicated to creating new ways for visitors to experience the park. In exchange for a two-week immersive experience, artists lead one outreach presentation with the public, and donate within one year one work of art that depicts a fresh and innovative new perspective of Acadia for park visitors.

Artists travel to and take part in the program at their own expense at the invitation of the park superintendent. An online application process is open to all, but is highly selective based upon prior professional achievement and broader program goals to foster innovation, diversity, and relevance with new audiences.  A $25 non-refundable application fee benefits program operational costs, such as artist housing, and the display of art maintained in the program collection.

Three categories of applicants are considered at present: Visual ArtistsWriters; and At-Large Participants working in such forms as music composition, performing arts, indigenous arts, and emerging technologies. Applications are reviewed by appointed juries including park staff, community members, past program participants, and subject matter experts.

While the program seeks to be fair, consistent, and transparent, the total number of residencies, their timing on the calendar, and the variety of specific park locations where they are hosted may vary significantly from one year to the next. During peak visitation, typically June through August, the quantity and complexity of artist residencies tend to be limited due to scarce park housing and staff capacity.

In their statement of objectives and expectations during the application process, artists are encouraged to express preferences for dates and locations that are necessary to achieve their specific residency goals. Final selections are determined by a combination of jury rankings, and whether program managers are able to accommodate preferred residency dates and locations of top applicants.

While Acadia is pro-family and pet-friendly, the rigors intended for the experience allow for each artist to be accompanied only by one adult companion at any given time. Wheelchair-accessible housing is available. Pets and smoking are not allowed. Local transportation is not provided.

Fees: $25

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Jan
14
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Roman J. Witt Residency

Roman J. Witt Residency
Deadline: January 14

University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

The mission of the Roman J. Witt Residency Program is to support the production of new work with assistance from the Stamps School community. The program awards one residency per academic year for a visiting artist/designer to work at the school to develop a new work in collaboration with students and faculty. A centerpiece of the residency is the open studio, a centrally located studio space that is part of the school’s main gallery where the resident carries out work in a public domain. This public visibility of the artist/designer’s process is intended as a teaching tool for the school as a whole. The residency is expected to culminate in the realization of the proposed work, as well as a presentation that summarizes the process and work accomplished.

Eligibility: The Witt Residency is open to both established and emerging artists/designers. The Witt residency provides students a alternative learning opportunity to engage with practicing artists/designers who make use of resources across campus. Therefore, the ideal candidate must value collaboration, have good social and communication skills and be interested in generating creative partnerships across disciplines. It is the goal of the Witt Residency to foster an atmosphere of inventive creative activity that extends throughout the University community.

Honorarium: Witt Residents receive an honorarium of $20,000 for up to twelve weeks in residence served over one academic year. There is flexibility in how the time in residence is apportioned. In addition to the honorarium, residents will be provided with housing, studio space, and up to $4,000 funding support for project materials. The School encourages applications from individuals as well as from creative teams however, please be advised that the resources listed above are finite, including the travel budget. If teams apply the expectation is that the award will be shared among its members.

Fees: $15

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Jan
10
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Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency

Artist Residency
Deadline: January 10

New York Art Residency and Studios
Venice, CA

Founded in 2007, Joshua Tree Highlands Artist Residency (JTHAR) is a nonprofit artist residency, which invites artists from around the world to create work amidst the beauty of Joshua Tree National Park and connect to the vibrant local artistic community. The residency provides scholarship funds, accommodations, studio space and a gallery exhibition. In addition to the 7-week summer program, JTHAR has expanded to offer year-round monthly residencies.

Artists are selected to attend the residency program by the Joshua Tree HighlandsArtist Residency Board Members. The committee reviews all applications submitted for the program. Selection is based on the merit of the artist’s work and residency proposal.

Scholarship Information: All 2018 chosen artists will receive a scholarship/stipend to be used to defer costs of participating in the program. The residency provides studio spaces and accommodations; scholarship funds can be used toward other expenses such as art materials, transportation, food, etc. Depending on available scholarship funds, 2018 scholarships will amount to between $700- $1,000 per artist. Note: The six week solo artist extension program does not have scholarship awards.  Funds can be used towards art supplies, transportation, meals, etc.

Studios and Accommodations: Each artist will be assigned his or her own house in which to live and work for the length of the residency. Artists may choose to work at the JTHAR dedicated studio space- a large shared studio space divided by moveable walls depending on the artists’ needs. Some of the assigned houses are located near the west entrance of Joshua Tree National Park, others are in the areas of Pipes Canyon and Flamingo Heights.

Group Artist Residency Period: Seven Weeks: April 24th – June 12th, 2018

*Additional 6 six week solo artist extension residencies available:
June 18th, 2018 – July 30th, 2018
August 6th, 2018 – September 17th, 2018
September 24th, 2018 – November 5th, 2018
November 12th, 2018 – Decembe 24th, 2018
January 1st, 2019 – February 12th, 2019
February 19th, 2019 – April 2nd, 2019

Fees: $35

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Jan
8
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Candor Arts Reading Residency

Reading Residency
Deadline: January 8

Candor Arts
Chicago, IL

The Reading Residency is a juried program designed specifically for agents of social change to dedicate a full weekend to themselves: to reading and self-care.

The awardee of each residency will receive free housing and amenities on site, in addition to a small stipend for food and reading material.

AMENITIES

  • $150 stipend for reading material, food + drink.
  • ADDITIONAL $150 stipend (contributed by an anonymous donor)!
  • Available Spirits
  • Tea + Coffee
  • Light Breakfast + Snacks
  • Access to Candor Library
  • Heat
  • Guitar
  • NO Internet access
  • NO Television
  • NO Computer

Fees: $6

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Dec
15
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Bermis Center for Contemporary Arts

Artist Residency
Deadline: December 15

Bermis Center for Contemporary Arts
Omaha, NE

Selected artists-in-residence enjoy generous sized, private live/work studios complete with kitchen and bathroom. Located in downtown Omaha’s historic Old Market, the Bemis Center's 110,000 square foot facility accommodates a broad range of artistic activity. Artists-in-residence have 24-hour access to extensive installation and production spaces and the Okada Sculpture & Ceramics Facility, a 9,000 square foot industrial space used for large-scale sculpture fabrication. This independently driven atmosphere and communal environment encourage creative growth and experimentation to confront new challenges. This is a process-based residency; there is no expectation or promise of an exhibition in our first-floor galleries. Artists-in-residence receive a $750 monthly stipend to help with materials, supplies, and living expenses while in residency. An unrestricted $500 travel stipend is also provided.

Fees: $40

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Dec
10
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Navasota Artist in Residency Spring 2018

Artist Residency
Deadline: December 10

City of Navasota & The Arts Council of Brazos Valley
College Station, TX

The Artists in Residence will have an opportunity to live and work in the historic Horlock Home in Navasota, Texas which includes living and studio space for each of the three participating artist as well as a retail gallery space. The term of each residency is roughly six (6) months. The City of Navasota will provide amenities including internet, cable, electricity, retail space and live/work space free of charge to selected artists with the purpose of providing artists the opportunity to create and sell their work. Each artist will also receive a one-time $600 stipend at the beginning of the residency to assist with supply purchases.

  • Any artist is eligible to apply.
  • Applicants must be artists who concentrate in one of the following areas: 2-D Mixed Media, 3-D Mixed Media, Drawing, Fiber Arts, Literature, Music, Painting, Poetry, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics, Digital Media
  • Applicants must be available to live in Navasota for the entire six (6) month term of the residency. Applicants must be fluent in English, have reliable transportation they will bring with them, and be eligible to live in the United States for the entire term of the residency program

Fees: $20

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Oct
31
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Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency

Artist Residency
Deadline: October 31

Georgia Fee Artist/Writer Residency
Paris, France

The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency was established in memory of ArtSlant's Founder who passed away December 8th, 2012. Georgia was dedicated to supporting and investing in artists and writers, and had a deep connection with the city of Paris. 

The Residency selects artists and writers who critically engage with the city of Paris, its history and its potential. It provides an opportunity for awardees to explore the cultural landscape of Paris; to deepen their practice through experimentation and research; and to increase exposure of their work to an international audience.

Visual artists of all mediums, art writers, and critics, 24 years or older are welcome to apply. Selection is made based on the merit of past work, the potential for future success, the ability to independently develop new work, and the proposed project’s relevance to the city of Paris. Recipients will be required to produce a serial, web-based component (blog, visual essay, hypertextual experiment, etc.) which will be hosted on ArtSlant.com.

The Georgia Fee Artist | Writer Residency in Paris provides the recipient with lodging for 2 months in an apartment/studio in the 15th arrondissement, travel to and from Paris, and a $1000/month stipend. Residents are expected to secure their own travel documents and visas. Requirements depend on country of origin.

The Winter Term is from February 1 - March 30, 2018.

Fees: $25

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