California Institute of the Arts brings back its five-week summer residency with visiting artists Dena Yago, Rachel Yezbick, and American Artist.
One of the most remarkable collaborations between art and industry in the United States, the Arts/Industry residency program, is accepting applications through May 31 for its 2019 openings.
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.
Open to both established and emerging artists and designers, Witt Residents receive an honorarium of $20,000 in addition to housing, studio space, and up to $4,000 funding support for project materials.
Serenbe, a bedroom community of Atlanta with fewer than 500 residents, boasts an ambitious and unconventional artist-in-residence program.
SVA’s Summer Residencies offer artists, designers and creative thinkers time, space and a supportive community.
A four-week summer artist residency from the MFA Photography, Video and Related Media Department at the School of Visual Arts (NYC).
Elsewhere invites artists across media to create new work using the resources of a three-story former thrift store. Elsewhere supports experimental, site-specific, and socially responsive artists for month-long residencies.
Reviewers and mentors include: Connie Butler, Chief Curator, Hammer Museum; Meg Cranston, artist and Chair of Fine Arts, Otis College; Sam Durant, artist; Jo Lauria, author and curator, LACMA; Jennifer Steinkampe, artist; and others.
More time. More space. More art. Explore new directions with international faculty and artists. Be inspired by our studio spaces and facilities in an unrivaled natural environment.
LOS ANGELES — Now that I’ve written so extensively about residencies and their benefits, maybe you’re wondering: which residency to join? As mentioned in my series of articles, the Alliance of Artist Communities is a great resource, with well over a thousand sites here and abroad.
Almost everyone I spoke with — and by “almost everyone,” I mean “everyone” — agrees that arts residencies are a great leap forward for one’s art career.