Daily: Artist Residency Opportunities


Here’s a few residency deadlines on our radar!

OPPORTUNITY: Two-month residency at Sculpture Space, Utica, New York.
DETAILS: Artists focusing on sculpture are invited for a two-month residency between February and November 2018. Up to 20 residents may be selected each year, contingent upon funding.
WHY IT’S WORTH APPLYING: Each artist is offered a $1,500 awarded and will have access to a 5,500 square foot shared studio with specialized equipment. There are five private studios. Housing is provided. Residents benefit from the technical assistance and expertise of the Studio Manager.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Selection is based on the quality, originality, and potential of artwork and proposed project. For more information, visit the residency website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: through January 31, 2017 via Slideroom.

OPPORTUNITY: Residencies for Faculty (adjunct or full-time) at Ox-Bow, Saugatuck, Michigan.
DETAILS: Two-week residencies takhttp://www.ox-bow.orge place between June 4 – August 19, 2017 for 5 artists at a time. The program is designed to provide teaching artists with the necessary time to focus on their own projects.
WHY IT’S WORTH APPLYING: You get a free studio space, private room, three meals a day in a fully-funded environment. You may even apply for additional funds to help cover the cost of travel, supplies, and time away from work.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Visit the residency website.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: February 1, midnight via online process.

OPPORTUNITY: John Michael Kohler Artist Residency, Sheboygan, WI.
DETAILS: The program connects artists of all disciplines with the resources, technology and materials of the Kohler Company. Up to sixteen artists will be selected for residencies in Pottery or Foundry areas of the factory. No experience is needed in these areas, so this is a great opportunity to learn new techniques. Two to six month residencies available.
WHY IT’S WORTH APPLYING: Residents have 24-hour access to studio space, materials, use of equipment, technical assistance, photographic services, housing, round-trip transportation, and a weekly stipend.
FOR MORE INFORMATION: Contact the Arts/Industry coordinator at (920) 694-4548 or artsindustry@jmkac.org or visit the application site.


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