The Wrangell Mountains Center (WMC) is a nonprofit organization whose mission is connecting people with wildlands through art, science, and education in the Wrangell Mountains. The Wrangell Mountains Residency Program aims to support artists of all genres, writers, and inquiring minds. Our organization and community will provide a unique and rustic workspace located in heart of the nation’s largest national park. We invite applicants with creative and inquisitive minds who will both add to and benefit from the interdisciplinary efforts at our community hub in McCarthy, Alaska and the surrounding Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. https://www.wrangells.org/residencies/
Entry Deadline: 3/1/19
Images – Minimum: 6, Maximum: 10
Audio – Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3
Video – Minimum: 0, Maximum: 3
Total Media – Minimum: 6, Maximum: 10
Entry Fee (2019 Wrangell Mountains Center Residency-McCarthy, Alaska): $30.00
via Residencies — Wrangell Mountains Center
CALL OPEN: Sept 1 – Oct 31 on http://www.CallforEntry.org
Bunnell Street Arts Center presents Alaska AIR, an Artist in Residence program for international, US and Alaskan artists to create artwork that promotes community engagement and creative place-making strategies. Bunnell seeks artists who aim to strengthen the social, physical and economic fabric of Homer through the arts by addressing pertinent themes. This may include decolonization, resource management and sustainability, accessibility, inclusion, skills sharing and exchange, enhancing the safety and security of local residents, and/or artistic strategies to build connections between local and global communities.
Bunnell seeks artist-led projects featuring community engagement through social and civic practice, sculpture, creative writing, moving image, movement, music, painting, performance, ephemeral art, installation, poetry at the arts center and surrounding community.
via Artist in Residence application – Bunnell Street Arts Center
NEXT DEADLINES: April 20th, 2018
Hawaii Volcanoes, Death Valley, Fort Union, Dry Tortugas, Chaco Culture, and Aztec Ruins
OPEN NOW 2018-2020 ~ Stipends Available!
National Parks Arts Foundation~ A Non-Profit Foundation offering Artist in Residence Programs, Museum In-Loan Programs, and Workshops in conjunction with National Parks.
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Byrdcliffe offers several types of residency ranging from four weeks to five months for artists in multiple disciplines…Visual artists and craftspeople in all media, writers, musicians, composers, architects, filmmakers, actors, and artists in other disciplines are invited to apply. Emerging as well as established artists are invited to apply.
Fellowships are available for artists in need, including a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation for artists displaced or otherwise affected by natural disaster.
Byrdcliffe is also offering the following fellowships with the support of our granting partners for the 2018 AiR season:
-The annual Mantooth/Morabito Fellowship for an artist of color.
-The annual Monica Coleman/Kate Pierson Fellowship for a self-identified woman artist.
To be eligible for these fellowships, simply check the appropriate boxes in the Fellowship section of the application.
Read more: Artist Residencies – WOODSTOCK BYRDCLIFFE GUILD
Skowhegan has a long tradition of offering artists the opportunity to engage fully with their studio practice, with their peers, and with distinguished faculty and mentors. The experience has proven to be transformative time and time again for those artists who are able to take full advantage of the experimentation and critical discourse possible in this unique community in Maine.
While on campus, participants are given individual studio spaces, as well as access to a sculpture studio, a fresco studio, a media lab, a library composed of over 10,000 volumes, over 300-acres of farmland, forests, and lakefront, and a rich community of artists. Alumni often report that the intensity of the Skowhegan experience has had a profound effect on their work and their lives. In order to allow others entry, no participant is allowed to return for a second summer. It is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
2018 Summer Session~ June 9 – August 11 ~ Deadline January 10, 2018
Program Overview~ https://www.skowheganart.org/overview/
2018 Application Information~ https://www.skowheganart.org/applicantinfo/
The Studios at MASS MoCA Residency Program Spring/Summer 2018
Artist & Writer Residencies hosted by MASS MoCA’s Assets for Artists Program
Application for Sessions from April 4, 2018 – October 2, 2018
Application Deadline: January 8, 2018 11:59pm. No application fee. (Please note that if you are eligible to apply for a free 6-week residency — with travel assistance — for artists in Puerto Rico affected by Hurricane Maria, please go to http://bit.ly/2B27wST to apply by December 18, 2017.)
MASS MoCA invites artists and writers to apply for residencies from 1 week to 8 weeks in length…We welcome applications from artists in all career stages, income levels, and disciplines (painters, writers, fiber artists, printmakers, performers, designers, photographers, filmmakers, etc.) whose practice allows them to work quietly (no power tools in the private studios, and no music out loud – headphones only). Groups/collectives may apply to work on joint projects. The studios have light-duty ventilation, so an art practice generating strong fumes cannot be accommodated.
Full Cost~ $650/week
Financial Aid~ All applicants will be considered for subsidies based on artistic merit, readiness to benefit from the residency, and financial need.
Application Deadline~ January 8, 2018, 11:59pm. Click here to apply.
Independent Residencies in the Leighton Artists Studios
The nine unique studios are each designed by a distinguished Canadian architect and provide a perfect setting for individuals and collectives from a wide variety of artistic genres to create new work. Leighton artists contribute significantly to culture and the arts in Alberta, throughout Canada, and around the world.
Although all studios are equipped with kitchenettes, artists do not live in their studios; on-site accommodation and meal plans are provided separately.
Artists with a professional standing in their field and emerging artists of promising talent are encouraged to apply. Applications are accepted from a variety of disciplines: writers, composers, singer-songwriters, visual artists, screenwriters, playwrights, literary translators, curators, art theorists, and professionals working in theatre, dance, and film at the conceptualization or research stage of a project.
Applications are being accepted for the following time periods in 2018: May 1 – June 30, 2018 and August 1 – December 31, 2018 (no availability in July 2018).
Residences must be at least one week in length to a maximum of four weeks.
Fees, rates, and how to apply~ https://www.banffcentre.ca/programs/independent-residencies-leighton-artists-studios/20180501
Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity~ https://www.banffcentre.ca/
The New York Art Residency and Studios (NARS) Foundation Artist in Residency Program supports emerging and mid-career artists and curators working across all disciplines through three and six-month residencies. The program is open to both International and US-Based artists, creating a shared space for artistic dialogue and international cultural exchange for an extended period of time.
NARS offers 24/7 access to furnished, private or shared studio spaces (280 – 325 sq ft) in our diverse artist community in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. Residents are provided with administrative, curatorial, and professional support to explore and expand the scope of their artistic practice through research, dialogue, and production of new projects. Public presentation opportunities include a curated exhibition in the NARS gallery, bi-annual Open Studios, and the Entree/Encore program, through which artists can introduce and share research and work through artist talks, discussions, screenings, workshops, and performances.
Please note: The studio is a work space only – housing is NOT provided.
How to Apply Online applications must be submitted by the date specified. Applicants will not be able to access the application past that the deadline.
ELIGIBILITY: The program is open to all international and national visual artists with an active professional practice of at least three years. All information submitted on the application form, C.V. and support materials must be in English. Current students are not eligible.
APPLICATION FEE: A non-refundable application fee of $35 (US) is required with each application. Payment must be submitted via credit card through the online application form payment system.
Read more here~ http://www.arpnewyork.org/about.html
For additional information or questions, please contact email@example.com
The National Parks Arts Foundation (NPAF) in association with Aztec Ruins National Monument of the National Park Service now offers a RESIDENCY in northwest New Mexico. Aztec Ruins National Monument is a tightly clustered Chacoan complex made up of a Pueblo, a reconstructed Great Kiva and plaza and several close-by ceremonial ruins. Pueblo tradition claims this settlement as an important waypoint in the ancient settlement of the Rio Grande Valley. Aztec Ruins is hidden away in tree filled hills near the Animas River and the picturesque town of Aztec, NM. This is the perfect time of year to experience this amazing area.
The One-month September residency is open to all Classic & New Media Artists. So Video Art, Installation, Collage, Photo-manipulation, Poetry, Sound Sculpture, Performance, Dance, Screendance, are encouraged, anything that can free the mind, give insight and still connect people to the Monument experience in tangible and intangible ways.
More information and application here~
September Term Applications Due: January 12th, 2018
September Finalist & Alternates Selection(s) Announcement Date: June 30th, 2018
September Artist in Residence Term: September 1st – September 29th, 2018
Public Programming: (Lecture/workshop/presentation), TBD
The Harpo Foundation’s Emerging Artist Residency Fellowship at the Santa Fe Art Institute (SFAI) was established in 2013 to provide an annual opportunity to an emerging visual artist 25 years and older who needs time and space to explore ideas and start new projects…Living and studio space is located within a nearly 17,000 square foot complex designed by renowned Mexican architect, Ricardo Legoretta…There are no requirements on the work produced during their time at SFAI.
One Fellowship is awarded annually to emerging artists who demonstrate:
~Strong artistic ability and promise
~An evolving practice this is at a pivotal moment in its development
The application deadline is Wednesday, November 1, 2017. Artists must apply online.
US Citizen / 25 years and older
Visual Artist (e.g., Painting, Illustration, Sculpture, Photography, Printmaking)
Artists who are students at the time of the application deadline are not eligible
Details here~ https://sfai.org/residencies/fellowships/
Apply here~ https://sfai.slideroom.com/#/login/program/39117