Open to both established and emerging artists and designers, the Roman Witt Residency Program is designed to support the production of new work made in collaboration with the students and faculty of the Stamps School of Art & Design and the larger university community. Both individuals and creative teams are encouraged to apply.
A singular feature of the 2020-2021 Witt Residency is the Stamps School’s collaboration with the Institute for the Humanities, who will provide their central campus gallery space as a home for the Witt Resident’s cumulative exhibition.
Witt Residents receive an honorarium of $20,000 in addition to housing, studio space, and up to $10,000 funding support for project materials, installation, and de-installation.
The Witt Residency Program’s application process is conducted using SlideRoom, an online review system. A nominal $15 submission fee applies which goes directly to Slideroom to cover the costs of hosting the service.
Applications for the Roman Witt Residency Program are due by January 31, 2020. For more information, visit stamps.umich.edu/witt.
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