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.


Call for Residencies: Studio Residency Grant: 6/30


Women’s Studio Workshop has initiated Studio Grant. This is a six- to eight-week residency for artists to create new work in any of our studio disciplines: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screenprinting, photography, or ceramics. WSW invites applications from artists at any stage in their careers.


This grant includes a stipend of $350/week, up to $500 for materials used during the residency, up to $250 for travel within the Continental US, free onsite housing, and 24/7 studio access. WSW can also provide technical advice and production assistance.


This residency has a two-step jury process: a rotating, impartial jury selects the finalists and then WSW applies for NEA funding for the chosen projects.


Deadline for Submission: June 30, 2019

Notification date: October 30, 2019

Length of residency: 6-8 weeks

Residency occurs: 1-2 years after application, September through June


For more information and to apply, click here.


Call for Residencies: Studio Residency in Malmö, Sweden: 6/30


Women’s Studio Workshop has initiated a studio residency exchange with two not-for-profit collaborative workspaces: KKV Grafik Studio and Sculpture Workshop Monumental. Artists can choose to work in one or both studios, depending on their projects. Orientation to each studio is provided, however selected artists must be able to work independently and be familiar with the printmaking and/or sculpture processes they’ll be utilizing. Additional charges may apply if the selected artist needs professional assistance.

Both studios are located in the same building, and artists have 24-hour access to the facilities. Housing is provided in the building’s Sculpture studio section. Artists will pay travel costs, food, and materials.

The KKV Grafik Studio is a 3,000 sq/ft printmaking studio, professionally equipped for intaglio, silkscreen, lithography, and letterpress printing. The open space layout encourages dialogue and the cross-pollination of ideas. A small private workspace for preparatory work is also available. The Malmö KKV Grafik Studio was founded in 1973 and is self-governed by its 125 members, all of whom are artists. The municipality of Malmö is the fiscal sponsor of the workshop facility.

KKV Sculpture Workshop Monumental is a 10,000 sq/ft professional studio for woodworking, pottery, enamel, glass art, metal casting, metalworking, and model making. The Sculpture Workshop Monumental was established in 1973 as a foundation. Today, its members include about 300 artists and friends.

Deadline for Submission: June 30, 2019

Notification date: August 15, 2019

Length of residency: 4 weeks

Residency occurs: July of the year following application

For more information and to apply, click here.


Call for Residencies: Zion Artist-in-Residence 2020 Application: 7/31

The Artist-in-Residence Program at Zion National Park offers professional artists the opportunity to pursue their artistic discipline while being surrounded by the park's inspiring landscape. The selected artists will be given rent-free use of a furnished park house in the main canyon. Artists must be self-sufficient and provide all of their necessary supplies. Selected artists will receive a $300 stipend to assist with travel and supply expenses when their donated piece of work has been received by the park. This call applies to all sessions offered in 2020. Artists moving on to the second round will be contacted for phone interviews in late September and the ultimate selection will be made by late October.

In addition to uploading examples of your work, you'll also need to submit a statement of purpose for your residency (no more than one double-spaced page) and your resume.


Deadline for Submission: July 31, 2019

Entry Fee: $30


For more information, 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 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, 201


For more information and to apply, 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 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.


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.

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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