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Resource Bulletin

The Maryland State Arts Council Online Resource Bulletin

The MSAC Online Resource Bulletin, maintained by the Maryland Art Place, includes regional, national, and international exhibition opportunities, grants, fellowships, residencies, and information on available studio spaces in the area. The Resource Bulletin is updated on a weekly basis and maintains hundreds of listings of arts opportunities, organized by subject and deadline date. If you have information that you wish to have included in the Resource Bulletin, please send it to: caitlin@mdartplace.org

Disclaimer: Maryland Art Place and The Maryland State Arts Council cannot, at this time, screen all bulletin submissions. Artists should carefully consider each listing before submitting materials or sending fees. Bulletin opportunities should be submitted at least two weeks in advance of the listing deadline. 
 
The Maryland State Arts Council Online Resource Bulletin is supported by the Maryland State Arts Council.
 

Residencies

Call for Residency: Bow Arts: The Creative Knowledge Project: 8/27

Bow Arts is pleased to announce The Creative Knowledge Project, a 12-month artist residency based at the new Lakeside Centre, Thamesmead. This year-long residency – with accommodation and studio space – is a rare and exciting opportunity for an artist to live and work on the water’s edge of one of the most iconic Brutalist estates of the 1960s, working with the community to explore the potential for their new library building.

The artist in residence will work with local residents to shape a public building that feels owned by and relevant to its future everyday users. The residency will also aim to create sustainable links between Thamesmead’s two new civic buildings – the newly opened Lakeside Centre and the coming library. With this in mind, the residency might act as a test bed for community driven activity that could find a permanent home in the future library building, taking advantage of its planned community spaces.

Deadline for Submission: August 27, 2019

For more information, click here.

 

Call for Residency: ProjectArt: 8/30

ProjectArt is a national solution to the arts access crisis as the program provides free access to visual arts education to children in their own backyards (libraries). Since 2011, ProjectArt has made arts learning accessible to under-resourced communities, targeting minority youth who do not have adequate access to art in their public schools. 

ProjectArt leverages a comprehensive, research-based benefit zone strategy to target students who are required to enroll to track their progress. ProjectArt classes are held in 44 libraries across NYC, Miami, Detroit, Chicago, LA, Pittsburgh, New Orleans and San Francisco, serving nearly 2,000 youth weekly. 

SF Residency Overview: Resident Artist Opportunity ProjectArt’s resident artists are socially-minded contemporary artists chosen by a jury of regional curators and art world professionals. The residency promotes a symbiotic relationship among artists, the nation’s public libraries, and ProjectArt students, effecting measurable change for youth do not have access to arts education in public schools and for artists, to provide a new platform to develop and culturally responsive aspect of their portfolio. 

Resident artists participate in a 30-week residency from September through June in tandem with the academic school year and during after school hours. 

The resident artists will work at Main SF Library where they teach and mentor youth. Artists also create and display new work in the library, collaborating with library staff and connecting with the community at large. 3 hours are allocated to teaching per week. We encourage each resident artist to spend up to 10 hours a week in the library, developing artwork inspired by the community. 

Resident artists teach students of varying age groups (4-7, 8-12, 13-18) three classes per week using lessons of their design. Artists create their academic year-long curriculum at the beginning of the residency and work with ProjectArt staff on its development, relation to artist’s work, and general curriculum criteria. ProjectArt maintains a 15:1 resident student ratio with 15 students enrolled in each one-hour class; each resident mentors a total of 45 youth per library. 

ProjectArt encourages its resident artists to embrace their creativity and think outside the box. They are not restricted to using the library’s community room – the main library space is often available to artists who wish to install art around the library’s general settings. Using an assortment of non-toxic and library permitted mediums, many resident artists make works that are inspired by the library setting, its patrons, and reference collection. They get to know the library community, students and their families, and branch managers. 

The residency culminates in a professionally curated resident exhibition at a partner gallery, featuring works created by the resident in collaboration with the students during the year.

Application Instructions / Public Contact Information

Applicant requirements • Must be based in the city in which you are applying • Must use non-hazardous mediums when creating work in the library space • Must have prior teaching experience OR a demonstrated interest in teaching/mentoring youth ages 4-18.

Duration • The duration of this residency is roughly nine months, from early September 2019 through early June 2020. 

Resident Role & Teaching Time Commitments 

Fall Semester: September-December 2019 (12 weeks) 

Winter/Spring Semester: January- June 2020 (18 weeks) 

Residents are required to teach 3 one-hour long class each week to youth at their assigned library. Classes are held during after school hours (between 3-6pm) and are scheduled in accordance with the ProjectArt calendar.

The Residency Provides: 

1. $60 per hour-long class, 3 classes per week 

2. Library-approved, non-toxic teaching supplies furnished by BLICK Art Materials 

3. Public library resources to conduct research and to further artistic practice 

4. Year-end resident group exhibition at a contemporary art gallery 

5. Visibility on ProjectArt’s social media platforms and PR promotion 

6. Recurring artist organization meet-ups, e.g., trips to museums and artists studios

7. Introductions to ProjectArt’s network of art world professionals 

8. Opportunity to participate/ conduct artist activations with the organization’s corporate partners.

Deadline for Application: August 30, 2019

For more information, click here

Call for Residency: Artist Residency Carpintarias 2019: 8/30

Artistic residency at CSL - Carpintarias de São Lázaro, Lisbon, for Foreign Artists not living in Portugal. AiR CSL 2019 is a three-month residency, taking place at the cultural center Carpintarias de São Lázaro from October 2019 on. It is the 2nd Artistic Residency taking place at CSL with the support of the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, having been created the scholarship “Bolsa Gulbenkian / Carpintarias de São Lázaro” to support the selected artist /or artist double. The artist will be paid 1000 EUR a month and receive money for their flight and return to Lisbon, as well a health insurance will be provided, too.

Deadline for Submission: August 30, 2019

For more information, click here.

 

Call for Residencies: Capitol Hill Arts Workshop’s 2020 Gallery Artist Residency: 8/31

The Capitol Hill Arts Workshop (CHAW) is currently seeking applicants for its 2020 Gallery Artist Residency, a five-week paid residency January 6 through February 10, 2020 in CHAW’s Gallery at 545 7th Street, SE, Washington, DC, 20003. The residency provides an opportunity for a dynamic individual artist or artist team to create a new body of work, evolve an existing body of work, or develop a project in a stimulating, supportive environment. The residency also encourages interaction, dialogue and exploration both within the CHAW artist community and city-wide.

Qualified applicants are professional individual artists or collaborative artist teams over the age of 18; the program is not designed for undergraduate students or commercial artists. Artists must be available to work a minimum of 10 hours a week in the CHAW gallery during the five weeks of the residency. CHAW will not provide housing for Gallery Resident artists. After reviewing all the applications, three artists or artist teams will be interviewed at CHAW by the Resident Gallery Manager and the CHAW co-directors.

Contact: 202- 547-6839

Deadline for Submission: August 31, 2019

For more information and to apply, click here.

 

Call for Residencies: Darkroom Residency Winter 2019: 8/31

Capitol Hill Arts Workshop is proud to announce the open call for their Darkroom Residency for Winter 2019. This residency provides an opportunity for an artist to execute a new body of work, evolve an existing body of work, or develop a project in the CHAW Darkroom and Photographic Facilities. The residency offers three months of time and space to an artist or team of artists to experiment and realize new work and includes a $200 stipend for supplies not provided by the facilities. The residency culminates in an exhibition in the CHAW Main Floor Gallery in March 2020.

The open call will close August 31st and residents will be announced September 20th. Artists working in all media are welcome to apply, but we require proposed projects to emphasize photography.

Deadline for Submission: August 31, 2019

For more information, click here.

 

Call for Residency: Lower East Side Printshop Keyholder Residency Program: 9/1

Lower East Side Printshop, NY, offers emerging artists FREE year-long studio residencies to develop new work and foster their artistic careers. The application deadline is September 1, 2019 for residencies that begin on October 1, 2019. 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.

Deadline for Submission: September 1, 2019

For more information, click here

 

Call for Residency: Keyholder Residency Program: 9/1

Lower East Side Printshop, NY, offers emerging artists FREE year-long studio residencies to develop new work and foster their artistic careers. The application deadline is September 1, 2019 for residencies that begin on October 1, 2019. 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. Emerging artists without a studio space and artists under the age of 30 are highly 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

Eligibility:

• Only legal US residents may apply (i.e., Social Security cardholders)

• Students enrolled in any kind of degree program at the time of the residency are not eligible

• Keyholder Residencies are limited to emerging artists only. The Printshop defines emerging artists as under-recognized and under-represented artists in early stages in their careers

Deadline for Application: September 1, 2019 at 11:59 PM EST

For more information, click here

Open Call for Art Critic/Curator Residencies: ACROSS Season #5: 9/15

Founded in 2010, thankyouforcoming operates as a platform to devise, facilitate, produce and foster art projects, by working closely with artists, art critics and curators. The association is based in Nice, Alpes-Maritimes (06), France. They launched ACROSS in 2015,  a 7-day research and prospecting project, collaborative and experimental, which aims to: 

  • Invite to reflect on and offer innovative critical approaches to projects developed in Nice and suburb, as well as in the associated towns

  • Counter-balance the logic of centralisation and rebalance the power relations between Paris and the French provinces, centre and suburbs, local and global, national and international

  • Create opportunities for meetings, initiate and enable an environment for exchanges and discussions to foster common and analytical experiments.

The resident is requested to propose a public event during his or her stay. The content and the form of this public event should be defined with and approved by thankyouforcoming at least 60 days prior to the residency period. 

A fully equipped apartment will be provided, as well as travel expenses refunded (up to EUR 250). A grant of EUR 250 is offered for the 7 days. 

Deadline: September 15, 2019 at midnight

For more information, click here

 

Call for Residencies: AIR in Tainan: 9/15

International artists participating in the Artists-in-Residence (AIR) Program of Siao-Long Cultural Park (SCP) located in Tainan, Taiwan stay in a vibrant community of artists and have the opportunity to exchange techniques and ideas with other artists; local and international, emerging and established. Artists live in close proximity to local craftsmen and artisans and are encouraged to take the community and the vibrant local culture as inspiration for their artworks. SCP has professional, wheelchair-accessible, air-conditioned, modern studio spaces, galleries and theatres for exhibitions, workshops and performances.

We welcome applicants who are interested in Interdisciplinary, Visual art, Performance and Photography. We encourage artists dedicated to the environment, children’s art education and community engagement. We also encourage artists to develop a resident program on the theme of ‘site-specific art’, based on their specialty. We especially welcome artists to work on art projects which are related to the topic of sugar, candies or fairy tales from cultures all over the world.

Deadline: September 15, 2019 at 23:59 (Taiwan time)

For more information and how to apply, click here.

Call for Artist in Residence: Kavli Delft: 9/30

A position at Kavli Institute of Nanoscience Delft (KIND) located in the Netherlands known as ‘the Artist in Residence’ will be offered annually to one artist with an outstanding reputation. The Artist-in-Residence fellowship offers talented artists working in the fields of conceptual art, visual art, photography, music, design, dance, film, theatre, or poetry an opportunity to work on a project within the international and interdisciplinary academic setting of KIND. He/she will be invited to come to KIND for a period of about 3 months, in which he/she will have the opportunity to closely interact with the scientists at the institute, join in work discussions, experience lab work, and the like. The expectation is that the Artist-in-Residence fellowship will result in a piece of art that relates to the nanoscience at KIND.

The artist should have an affinity to the sciences (preferably nanoscience, quantum physics, or life sciences), a research-minded attitude, and excellent communication skills. 

The Artist-in-Residence will be awarded a reimbursement of € 4000 for each month that is spent at KIND, to compensate for lost earnings for the duration of the fellowship. The fellowship includes the free use of an apartment in the historic center of Delft, office space, and other facilities such as assistance by a secretary. KIND will also reimburse reasonable travel costs for the one-time travel to and from Delft. The fellowship must lead to a concrete result, such as a piece of art, a performance, an exhibit, etc, that will be communicated to the Kavli community and//or be made available to the general public. Material costs associated with this must be discussed beforehand with the Kavli staff.

Deadline: September 30, 2019

For more information, click here.


 

Call for Residency: Howard County Arts Council: 9/30

The Howard County Arts Council (HCAC) is seeking applications from artists to fill one available resident artist studio space. The available studio is approximately 380 square feet, rents for $295.13 per month, and has shared access with another artist in an adjoining studio. 

HCAC houses accessible studio space for fourteen resident artists, as well as three resident arts organizations representing a variety of disciplines. Resident artists have 24-hour access, natural light and easy access to water. Heat & utilities are included. 

HCAC resident artists are required to participate in an annual resident artists’ exhibit/showcase, open their studios for up to four open studio events per year, maintain membership in the Howard County Arts Council, use their studio an average of eight hours per week, and carry liability insurance as outlined in their lease. Initial leases are for a one-year period and, upon successful completion of a studio review, lease renewals are offered in two-year, renewable terms to artists meeting the conditions of their lease. 

The Howard County Center for the Arts is located at 8510 High Ridge Road, Ellicott City, MD 21043. 

Deadline for Application: September 30, 2019 at 5:00 PM

For more information, click here

Call for Residency: ArtSpace Pop In Residency: 10/1

The Pop In residency program at Artspace provides an artist with a month-long studio opportunity to work on a project of their choice and to interact with the public and the artist community. It is also an opportunity for the artist to exhibit the work they create immediately following the residency. During the residency period, the artist must engage with the Raleigh community through a collaborative project. Teaching opportunities are also available.

Eligibility: 

~ The Pop In Residency is available to established, dedicated, working artists.

~ 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.

~ Artists must not be currently enrolled in an institutional program of study, including instructional museum programs.

~ 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.

~ Submitting Artists must be experienced in art instruction – preferably with adults and children (ages 8+).

Artspace offers an honorarium of $1,500. The stipend is paid at the end of the residency period. Artists are also compensated for their teaching time.

For more information, click here.

Call for Residency: Radar Sofia: 10/15

Radar Sofia and the Drama Pact platform are offering a playwright/dramaturge/performer/ theatremaker the opportunity to come and stay in Sofia, Bulgaria, meet local theatre operators and form the basis of future partnership(s) or joint new project(s).

The selected resident will receive a scholarship of 600 EUR, plus accommodation for a period ?f between one and four weeks in a shared flat in central Sofia. The resident has to arrange his/her own travel to and from Sofia. A letter of invitation will be provided. Of course, the scholarship holder will also be able to partially or fully reimburse their travel expenses from the amount of the scholarship.  

The residency has to take place in the period between Nov 25, 2019 and March 30, 2020.

Preferred applicants will be those who are now working (or starting to work) on a project that could strongly benefit from a period of creative stay in Sofia, or draw from its local specifics, or may involve Bulgarian theatre makers, or could have a significant impact on the local context if it takes place or plans presentations in Sofia in the future. 

Deadline: October 15, 2019

For more information, click here.

And to apply, click here.

 

 

Call for Residency: Starry Night Retreat: 10/15

The Starry Night Retreat Residency Program provides artists, writers, and curators with the opportunity to live and work as part of a small, creative community. The Artist In Residence program offers residencies in the summer and winter, running from May through September and January through March. The program is open to visual artists, writers, filmmakers, and arts administrators. The primary goal of the program is to support self-directed creatives and researchers in the production of new work while offering an environment that promotes self-reflection and experimentation. We believe that the quiet, rustic environment of southern New Mexico is the perfect place for such endeavors.

Residencies are a minimum of 1 week and a maximum of 8 weeks.

The cost to the artist, with a minimum stay of one week, is $900 per week.  Participants may apply to bring their partner, creative partner, or spouse with them for an additional $300 per week. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age. This program is open to established and emerging artists as well as currently matriculated students.

Financial aid and payment plans are available.

No entry fee 

Deadline: October 15, 2019 at midnight

For more information, click here.

Call for Application: Art-in-Ed Workspace Spring Residency: 10/15

The Art-in-Education (AIE) Workspace Residency is for artists interested in working with local school students while creating their own work in WSW’s supportive and immersive environment. This is an opportunity for artists with a range of teaching experience, from seasoned teachers and professors, to those with minimal experience and an interest in gaining skills and knowledge.

The Art-in-Education program is a model for arts education and operates in conjunction with the Kingston City School District. AIE provides a high-quality arts experience by bringing students to WSW’s professional artists’ workspace and giving them concentrated time to learn. Our staff and AIE program manager work with the school’s teachers and the resident artists to develop and execute a curriculum related to the students’ in-school work.

Resident artists must be able to teach intaglio, silkscreen, or hand papermaking, and are welcome to complete their personal work in any of WSW’s studios: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screenprinting, darkroom photography, or ceramics.

Spring residency: During a five-week residency, artists teach fourth and/or eighth graders in WSW’s studios two days/week for three weeks and visit the students twice in school. In exchange for teaching, residents receive 24/7 studio access during non-AIE sessions and on-campus housing.

Applications Deadline: October 15, midnight EST

Application must include:
A current resume
A description of the project, including the studio(s) you’d like to work in and your teaching experience (no more than 300 words.)
Up to ten images of recent work (digital specifications here)
An image script, which should include the title, medium, dimension, and date of each image

For more information, click here.

Call for Residency: The Bibliothek Andreas Züst Studio Residency: 10/31

Twice annually?—?respectively for the months of April and November?—?, the Bibliothek Andreas Züst offers three studio residency stipends. The length of stay is a total of four weeks. Application for the Studio Residency Stipend is open to national and international cultural workers (individuals or teams of up to a maximum of four persons) across disciplines?—?visual arts, literature, new media, music, theatre, design, architecture, film, photography, and art-related disciplines. For the stipendiaries, the Alpenhof panorama lodge will provide for accommodations. Applicants must submit a statement specifying their specific interests and describing their motivation in seeking a residency. The Bibliothek Andreas Züst is especially seeking projects that deal with the library as a whole or one of its sub-areas. The Studio Residency Stipend program is to be considered in the tradition of libraries as places of knowledge in the sense of diversity. In short: the residency should entail research about what constitutes the fabric of our culture and also what goes beyond it. 

Deadline: October 31, 2019 for a stay during the following April

For more information, click here.  

Call for Residency: Al Ma’mal: 10/30 & 2/29

Al Ma’mal Foundation for Contemporary Art (Al Ma’mal), is a non-profit organization based in a former tile factory inside the Old City of Jerusalem. With its firm belief that a healthy productive society must nurture the creative forces within it and provide its members with opportunities to participate in and be exposed to diverse forms of cultural knowledge, critical thinking and artistic currents, Al Ma’mal will be hosting a number of residencies in Jerusalem for artists, creatives, academics and writers. The residency is open to all areas of knowledge and any applicant who is able to contribute towards a constructive and successful residency is welcome to apply.

The Residency is non-thematic as we encourage creative freedom for our guests; however residency applicants are encouraged to take into consideration the socio-political environment in Jerusalem, while developing existing or producing new works. Al Ma’mal seeks to root itself within the local community and encourage cultural and social development in the area. Through this residency program, the foundation aims to promote Jerusalem’s cultural and artistic scene, create an impact on it, and build bridges for learning and understanding between the city and the world. Therefore, artists-in-residence are encouraged to work directly with the community and are invited to take part in Al Ma’mal’s public program.

Offering:

  • An all-inclusive studio apartment free of rent in the heart of the Old City of Jerusalem. 

  • A per diem as well as contribution towards production costs. 

  • International travel will be covered (up to $700).

  • An opportunity to develop a project with Al Ma’mal and prospect for a future exhibition, publication & workshops.

  • Guidance and feedback regarding your work from Al Ma’mal’s team and their professional network.

Round 2 will be 1-2 months and will take place January - June 2020

Deadline: October 30, 2019 

Round 3 will be 1-2 months and will take place July - December 2020

Deadline: February 29, 2020

For more information, click here.

Call for Artists: Lacawac Artists' Residencies 2019: Ongoing

Call for Artists: Lacawac Artists' Residencies 2019: Ongoing

Lacawac Sanctuary and Field Station is a nature preserve, biological field station, and environmental education center located near Lake Ariel, PA in the Pocono Mountains. Each year professional or aspiring artists are selected to spend time at Lacawac Sanctuary for either one or two weeks. During the residencies, artists are free to produce their artwork using the inspiration of the beauty that is Lacawac. Housing and limited studio space is provided.

Artists are provided: a comfortable, rustic room in the Historic Watres Lodge or the Ice House; access to 545 acres which includes a glacial lake, 2 ponds, shore access to Lake Wallenpaupack, ledges natural area, and forests; interaction with scientists conducting research at Lacawac (May thru early August).

Entry Fee: $10 application fee.

The cost of the residency is $200 per week.

Deadline: Rolling Basis.

For more information, click here.

Contact: email or call 570-689-9494.

 

Call for Residencies: ARTErra: ongoing

ARTErra is a project hosting and encouraging interdisciplinary artistic creation through artistic residencies. The residency comes from a need for physical spaces where artists can create, meet and reflect on the creative processes, and develop their work in an intensive and focused way.

Set in Central Portugal, in the green and friendly village of Lobão da Beira, the residency is a rural and quiet place where to work.

ARTErra’s services and facilities include access to Bicycles, Laundry, Technical Monitoring/management/production, Equipment Rental, Amplifier, Shortgun Mic and accessories, Mic SM 58 and SM 59, Light, Sound, Image, Instruments and Tools, Graphic Work Design, Graphic Work Print, Clay Atelier, Photo lab, Copies/Prints, Translation Services, Curatorial services, and Acting assistance.

Each application calls for a C.V. and short bio of the artist, portfolio, description of the project to be undertaken at ARTErra (including the project's objectives, needs and expectations of residence and all the details necessary to understanding the proposal), dates and duration of residence, and details (need for meals, work characteristics, number of persons, additional information relevant to the work process).

Deadline to submit applications: Ongoing

To access the application form, click here.

For more information about the residency, click here.

 

Call for Residency: Arts Letters and Numbers: Ongoing

Arts Letters & Numbers is a place of creative urgency, a place to create new linkages and pathways of understanding in an interdisciplinary environment. It is a place where people come together to co-construct questions and works, of empathy, of ethics, of imagination.

The Residency is a space for individuals or groups to create new works while developing meaningful relationships with other artists. We welcome artists and thinkers from all disciplines to explore their practice and give them the opportunity to initiate discussions, solo or group exhibitions, performances, film screenings, or workshops. While none of the above is required, sharing has proven to be an integral tool for artists to find inspiration and to allow others to experience in-progress or completed works. 

Residencies may be from 1 week to 12 weeks. All applications are reviewed on a case by case basis. 2019 residencies run between Jan 1st - June 30th and August 15th - December 31st. 

For more information, click here.

 

Call for Residency: PINEA A.I.R.: Ongoing

PINEA A.I.R. is an Artist in Residence Program run by the private non-profit organization Linea de Costa. PINEA A.I.R. is located in Rota, Cádiz Bay, Southern Spain.

PINEA A.I.R. is a place for artistic research, production, and exhibition. An A.I.R. program for artists & curators working in site specific projects whose aim is to dynamically contribute to improve the town, by involving the community in an active way.

Our line of work is based on selecting artists coming from different places and creative fields who want to come to PINEA A.I.R. to develop specific projects taking into account the context in which they will act, in an exchange of experiences and artistic and cultural increasing climate. The team keeps periodically in touch with residents, giving them advice & practical tips.

The duration of this residency program is minimum one month and maximum two months.

Artists from any discipline and nationality may apply.

 For more information, click here

Stiwdio Maelor Visual Artists/Writers Residency Program: Ongoing

Stiwdio Maelor Visual Artists/Writers Residency Program

Opportunity for the UK and international artists working in any artistic discipline to apply for a new visiting artists/writers residency programme in Corris, Machynlleth, Snowdonia National Park, North Wales. Stiwdio Maelor is now accepting applications from artists and writers for a new residency opportunity in Corris, Machynlleth, North Wales. Stiwdio Maelor has two visual artists and one writer residency space available. You can enjoy the experience of working in a regional studio community in the beautiful surroundings of the Snowdonia National Park.

Each residency is from one to eight weeks. Applications are accepted at any time.

Deadline: Ongoing

For full details and how to apply please visit their website or email stiwdioemaelor@gmail.com.

Call for Residency: RU Residency: Ongoing

Located in New York, RU Residency is tailored to support the specific needs of artists and curators working in all the visual arts media and disciplines, at varying stages of their practice and career, and from around the world. For artists, residencies usually vary in length from three to six months; for curators, duration is generally one to two months. 

Participants receive critical, production, and administrative assistance. Substantial emphasis is placed on building networking capacity for the residents. This networking aspect is naturally reinforced through the partnering strategies that Residency Unlimited puts into place.

A public space is provided as a work, meeting, and presentation venue. If a studio space is needed by the artists, we will help you secure an affordable space that suits your needs.

For more information, click here.


 

Call for Residency: las dunas AiR program: Ongoing

Because there is a local need for an international platform for art, las dunas AiR program wants to share with others their space, facilities and expertise. Offering the opportunity to simply have space and time to focus on your own work in a place surrounded by an incredible beauty. This residency program is an independent artist run initiative and does not have direct institutional support. We can help you find external funding to different foundations or your embassies in Spain. 

The space is €250 per week, this includes internet, water, electricity, weekly cleaning, bicycles, transport to the airport, art materials, and more. Grants are awarded to 2 artists every year. 

Stays are from October to June. 

Upcoming Deadline: September 30, 2019

Next Deadline: January 31, 2020

Following Deadline: April 30, 2020

For more information, contact application@lasdunas-air.com



 

Light Work Artist in Residence: Ongoing

Each year Light Work invites 12-15 artists to participate in its residency program, including one artist co-sponsored by Autograph ABP. Artists selected for the residency program are invited to live in Syracuse for one month. They receive a $4,000 stipend, an apartment to stay in, a private digital studio, a private darkroom, and 24-hour access to our facility.

While submissions are open throughout the year, the main selection committee review is in late summer for early fall notifications (by October). Applications must be submitted by July 1, 2017, for 2018 residencies. Applicants will receive an e-mail from SlideRoom confirming that we have received an application. Selected artists will be notified when the committee has finished reviews during the fall proceeding the residency year. 

All artists working in photography and related media are eligible to apply to the Light Work Artist-in-Residence program.

Annual Deadline: Ongoing.

For more information and for details about the application process visit their website

 

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