DEADLINE: DECEMBER 1, 2012http://www.sculpturespace.org/residency-program/
SCULPTURE SPACE, located in Utica, New York invites artists whose focus is sculpture to apply for a two-month residency between September 2013 and August 2014. Eighteen to twenty residents are selectively chosen each year; a stipend of $2000 is awarded to offset costs (dependent on funding).
We offer a 5500 square foot shared studio with specialized equipment in addition to two private studios. The Studio Manager provides ongoing assistance and technical expertise, the Office Manager and Executive Director are available to assist with any other special requirements. Basic understanding and communication skills in English are necessary. Three to four artists are in residence each month; artists are expected to stay for a full two months. Housing is provided a block away in a newly-renovated residence with private bedrooms, washer/dryer, television, free Wifi and shared living space for a small fee (free to New York State residents). Artists are responsible for materials, specialized tools and food. Bicycles are provided; transport for materials purchase and other needs is also available. Artists are required to acknowledge Sculpture Space when works made while in residence are subsequently exhibited or published and must provide high-quality images of works for the website, archives and publications. In addition, we request that artists consider donating an artwork to be sold at our annual CHAIRity art auction, held every September, benefitting Sculpture Space’s programming.
The studio and house are located in downtown Utica, situated in Central New York's scenic Mohawk Valley. Because of Sculpture Space’s long history and presence in Utica, the community is supportive and receptive to community-based site-specific work. Since 1976, Sculpture Space has helped to support the careers and studio practice of over 400 national and international artists from around the world. As desired, artists and arts professionals (including curators and writers) are invited for informal studio visits. The collaborative environment of the studio and the communal aspects of the residence helps foster dialogue, exchange of ideas, creative experimentation and both personal and professional connections. In addition to the CHAIRity fundraiser in September, the public is invited to Works in Progress receptions (held every few months); other visits are arranged by appointment.
Residents are selected by a Review Committee. A guest juror is also included, this year: Tracy Adler, Director of the new Wellin Museum of Hamilton College. Artists are notified in March. Primary criteria for selection are simple: artists are chosen based on the quality, originality and potential of their work.
Our application is now ONLINE. Applications accepted from OCTOBER 1 - DECEMBER 1, 2012 at: http://www.slideroom/sculpturespace.com
We require ALL of the following to consider your application complete:
1. Application Form;
2. Project Proposal for residency period;
3. 5-15 examples of creative work (should include title, date, media, dimensions -- if applicable);
4. Current biography;
5. Two Letters of Reference;
6. Administration fee of US$10 (please send checks or money orders to address below).
For more about Sculpture Space: its history, programming, residents and alumni, please visit: http://www.sculpturespace.org, "like" us on Facebook and/or contact:
SCULPTURE SPACE, INC.
Attention: Residency Application
12 Gates Street
Utica, NY 13502 USA
DEADLINE: OCTOBER 1, 2012
Vermont Studio Center has 35 fellowships to be awarded. Many are open to all. See the link above for detail, and to apply.
DEADLINE: AUGUST 30, 2012
The Studios Inc is pleased to announce that studios will become available in the beginning of 2013. Applications are currently being solicited at www.thestudiosinc.org ; materials must be received no later than August 30th 2012.
The Studios Inc provides a three-year residency to competitively selected mid-career artists intent on moving to the next level of success.
Expansive private studio space provides room to expand the scale of works. A patron underwrites each artist’s studio, building mutually meaningful relationships between local artists, and new and seasoned collectors. The Studios’ programs support the symbiotic relationship between artists and collectors essential for a thriving visual art community. The Studios nurtures symbiosis at a micro level with focus on a selected group of artists and the patrons who support them. Combined, The Studios Inc is a vital part of the visual art community’s unprecedented growth.
A selection panel consisting of a variety of individuals from the Kansas City area is assembled and convenes; it is this selection panel that determines which applicants will be awarded studio spaces in 2013.
Residencies are open to all visual artists. The Studios Inc does not discriminate on the basis of age, ethnicity, gender, economic or social standing, political or religious beliefs, marital status, or sexual orientation.
With seven years behind us, our goal of promoting and providing the tools and resources to the most promising mid-career artists in our area has been extremely successful. Our three-year studio program continues to have major impact, within our local community and on a national and international level, promoting Kansas City as a leader in the visual arts.
DEADLINE: SEPTEMBER 15, 2012
Up to 8 Winter/Spring weeks to work uninterrupted. For mature and emerging artists.
$30 application fee
Room, board, studio, financial assistance available for travel
FRANS MASEREEL CENTRUM
CALL FOR APPLICATIONS
for residencies from January till July 2013
DEADLINE : 1 AUGUST 2012
APPLICATIONS CAN BE SEND VIA OUR NEW WEBSITE ONLY FROM 15 JULY 2012 !
Click for more information on how to apply for :
Type A / Type B / Type C
The FMC offers residencies for the development of graphic projects based on artistic production, research or based on an artistic/theoretical discourse. Eligible are professional artists, designers, theoreticians, critics and researchers who can present a consistent curriculum or a portfolio with relevance to the FMC as a graphic competence centre, or with added value for the current visual arts domain.
Residents are both graphic and non-graphic artists who work individually or together.
The FMC welcomes national and international residents to guarantee cultural diversity.
There are two selection stages each year. The FMC issues a CALL for APPLICATIONS mentioning the different forms of residencies and the last date for the submission of applications. A number of admission requirements are associated with the application file.
TYPE A: general residency
A residency of a minimum of four to a maximum of six weeks offers professional artists or graphic designers the opportunity to look more closely at different graphic techniques and/or to explore new graphic applications in their own artistic practise. The FMC makes two technical staff members available, and prior knowledge of the graphic medium is not required.
TYPE B: research-oriented residency
Residency of two months for researchers, artists and graphic designers for the purposes of researching the graphic medium. The residency falls under the Expert Cluster and good knowledge of the medium is a requirement. The residence closes with a public event in the form of a discussion.
TYPE C: Essay
A residency of one month enabling artists, critics and theoreticians to write an essay on the graphic medium. The essay elucidates the graphic work of a resident artist, it relates to an exhibition, or serves as research into the graphic medium.
The selection committee accepts files with a maximum size of 1MB: JPEG, PDF, WORD, PPT and attachments in the form of catalogs and publications. In his application file the candidate demonstrates a permanent (artistic) practice on the basis of his/her curriculum. The application must be fully in conformity with the admission requirements to be considered by the selection committee.
Deadline: July 2, 2012
One year free studio space in Kansas City.
DEADLINE: MARCH 1, 2012
The Printmaking Council of New Jersey (PCNJ) is a non-profit fine art center specializing in print and paper media. For the past 36 years, it has provided activities, exhibitions, events, and classes that support and nurture an appreciation for printmaking, photography, papermaking, and artist books. PCNJ offers an annual 6 week residency to professional artists who are interested in developing new and innovative work in printmaking and its related disciplines. PCNJ welcomes applicants with diverse perspectives, personal narrative and style. PCNJ does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or socioeconomic background. Applications must be post marked by March 1, 2012.
PCNJ's Artist-in-Residence (AiR) is supported by a grant from the Adolf Konrad Foundation. The Foundation, created in memory of the renowned artist, provides an opportunity to one artist each year to utilize the Council's Printmaking Studios. Adolf Konrad understood the many benefits a studio can provide for an artist who needs intense concentration to conceptualize, explore and create a new body of work. PCNJ is committed to helping arrange for the special needs of the artist, publicity for both the artist and the program, and to providing exposure for the artist's work.
Benefits for the Artist-in-Residence (AiR)
*Use of a professional studio and related equipment.
*A $1,000 stipend to support the residency and offset the cost of supplies.
*Uninterrupted time to explore new ideas and techniques.
*Interaction with a new community of artists.
*Publicity in local and regional media.
*An opportunity to exhibit work at the end of the residency period.
Prospective AiRs must forward a packet to PCNJ that includes:
Matriculating students are not eligible to apply. Application materials will not be returned without including a stamped, self-addressed envelope. There is no entry fee.
Applications must be postmarked by March 1, 2012.
Selected artist and one alternate will be notified by March 15, 2012.
Residency period will take place from May 1 through June 20, 2012.
Final exhibition will take place from October 16 - December 25, 2012.
Click here for an AiR application form.
Please send applications to:
440 River Road
Branchburg, NJ 08876
For more information, please call (908) 725-2110
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