Aminah Brenda Lynn Robinson (February 18, 1940-May 22, 2015)~ http://aminahsworld.org/meet/
The Greater Columbus Arts Council, in partnership with the Columbus Museum of Art, offers a 90-day artist residency for a U.S.-based professional African American visual artist. The 2020 residency will include a $2,500 unrestricted cash award, a $5,500 stipend and the honor of staying and working in the Robinson home/studio in Columbus, OH.
For full details go to https://www.gcac.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/12/Aminah-Residency-Guidelines2.pdf
Application deadline: March 09 at 5:00 pm
Application Ongoing: No
Housing: Private housing (individual apartment/cabin/house)
Meals: No meals/food provided
Computer/internet access: Wireless Internet
$15 Application Fee
As a fully accredited member of the Alliance of Artists Communities (http://www.artistcommunities.org/) and RES ARTIS: International Association of Residential Art Centres (http://www.resartis.org/en/), the Anderson Center provides retreats of two to four weeks duration from May through October each year to enable artists, writers, and scholars of exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishment to create, advance, or complete works-in-progress.
APPLICATION DEADLINES For residencies during the months May, June, July, August, September, and October apply by 11:59 pm CST on February 15, 2020. Applications must be completed before this deadline in order to be considered in the judging period.
LOCATION: The Anderson Center campus is on 350 acres of the historic Tower View Estate, built by Alexander Pierce Anderson between 1915 and 1922, on the western edge of Red Wing, Minnesota (population 16,500). Many of the buildings are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Center is approximately 60 minutes southeast of Minneapolis and St. Paul.
ACCOMMODATIONS: Each resident is provided room, board, and workspace for the length of the residency period in the historic Tower View residence. Visual artists are provided a 15′ x 26′ studio and are responsible for supplying their own materials. Other workspaces on site include a cone 10 gas kiln and electric kilns, an open-air metalsmith facility, and a print studio (with a Vandercook 219 letterpress and a Charles Brand-like etching press). Practice space is also available for dancers and choreographers.
Costs include $20 application fee, travel expenses, and supplies
Source: The Anderson Center Submission Manager
Create your own masterpiece!
Rijksstudio Award is the biennial art- and design prize from the Rijksmuseum. With this competition the Rijksmuseum invites everyone to create their own masterpiece inspired by the Rijksmuseum’s collection. An international jury of experts will assess who the 10 finalists and the 3 winners of the Rijksstudio Award 2020 are.
Categories~ There are two categories for which you can submit your masterpiece:
The Rijksstudio Design Award
The Rijksstudio Young Talent Award (aged 21 and under)
Process~ You can submit your masterpiece starting 1 November 2019 until 27 February 2020.The jury process will start March 2020. The top 10 will be invited to the Award show on April 16. There the winners will be announced for the 3 prizes.
Prizes~ The winner of the Rijksstudio Design Award will receive € 7.500
The winner of the Rijksstudio Young Talent Award receives € 5.000
The winner of the Rijksstudio Public vote receives € 2.500
On top of that the winning masterpieces might become part of the Rijksmuseum shop.
All art forms are possible, such as photos, videos, animations, products, fashion, collages or poems. The intention is that the design is based on the collection of the Rijksmuseum and that you used images from Rijksstudio. An international jury will assess the entries.
Source: Rijksstudio Award 2020 – Rijksmuseum
Artists in Residence Programs Nationwide at National Parks,
Includes Residencies for Veterans, New Media, Poetry & Music
Apply here: https://www.nationalparksartsfoundation.org/apply-gettysburg-national-2020
Source~ NPAF Artist Residencies at Gettysburg for 2020
The Artist-in-Residence program at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is open to artists and artisans whose work can be influenced by this unique northern wilderness setting. It offers writers, composers and all visual and performing artists and artisans the opportunity to experience the natural beauty of the Porkies and express it through their particular art form.
Now accepting applications through February 14, 2020
Source: Artist-In-Residence | Friends of the Porkies