Queen Rose Art House is newly alive in Tulsa’s historic Kendall Whittier neighborhood.
12 Artists Awarded Fellowships by National Arts Club
The 18-month fellowship aims to provide artists with “as much access as possible” to the club’s facilities and networks “at a time and place convenient to artists.”
A Brief Guide on How to Get Your Creative Work Seen, Funded, and Supported
A guide that helps you navigate grants and fellowships, residencies, competitions, and social media.
Artist Residencies Need to Start Thinking About Parents
Amir H. Fallah, Ellen Lesperance, Joyce Kozloff, and other artists share their experiences with residencies.
As ACLU SoCal’s First Artist in Residence, Audrey Chan Emphasizes Immigration Rights
Chan has worked on the ICE Not Welcome campaign and a series of interviews with recently released persons during the pandemic.
In a Former Ghost Town, a Queer Artist Flourishes
During a month-long residency in Utah’s high desert, Tiffany St. Bunny photographed trans and queer models with their trucks.
A New Artist Residency Lands at LaGuardia Airport
Though it’s best known for cramped terminals and perpetual traffic jams, New York City’s smallest air travel hub will soon boast a rather unique amenity.
My Mom Thinks Artist Residencies Are Retreats
But for me, they’re occasions to get a lot of work done.
A Utopian Suburb Where Residents Underwrite an Art Residency
Serenbe, a bedroom community of Atlanta with fewer than 500 residents, boasts an ambitious and unconventional artist-in-residence program.
“In Mexico, Time Is Not Money”: A Residency Pushes Artists to Confront Difference and Colonialism
Arquetopia, which has locations in Puebla, Oaxaca, and, soon, the Peruvian city of Cusco, encourages resident artists to ask tough questions about colonialism, exoticism, and ethics.
Austin Becomes Newest US City to Introduce Artist-in-Residence Program
The nine-month residency will have the artist respond to specific issues identified by a civic department.
Art Center Brings Tourism and Unwanted Attention to a Oaxacan Village
SAN AGUSTÍN ETLA, Mexico — I arrived in San Agustín as if in a dream, after taking an overnight bus from Mexico City that pulled into the sleepy capital of Oaxaca before sunrise.