FEBRUARY 1ST EACH YEAR
Eligibility: Emerging Artist/Established Artist over 18
Media: Ceramics, Digital Media, Photography, Furniture Design, Wood Sculpture, Painting & Drawing, Printmaking, Sculpture
The Anderson Ranch Artists’ Residency Program is designed to foster creative, intellectual and personal growth for emerging and established visual artists. There are no specific educational qualifications for entry into the program. Awards will be made to those, who in the exclusive opinion of the jury, have submitted the best work by the application deadline. (more…)
APPLICATION PERIOD OCTOBER 1 TO DECEMBER 31 EACH YEAR
While artists have historically played in important role throughout the National Park System, the link between art and the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park is unique, as the park’s holdings include nearly 400 paintings and prints that highlight America’s evolving landscape-among them works by Thomas Cole, David, Johnson, and Albert Bierstadt. Such works have helped to encourage the impulse toward conservation stewardship throughout the nation, and the park strives to highlight stewardship through diverse programs. Like these forebears, many contemporary artists are working in ways celebrate the natural world and that inspire their audiences to broaden and deepen their appreciation of, and commitment to, environmental stewardship and the conservation of public land. As part of its mission, the K2 Family Foundation seeks to foster sustainability initiatives and to create opportunities for artists whose work incorporates scientific awareness and concerns. Recognizing the way their missions dovetail, and hoping to foster greater connections between artists, audience, and the national park system itself, the Marsh-Billings-Rockefeller National Historical Park and the K2 Family Foundation are pleased to announce their joint commitment to an Artist-in-Residence Program that will allow one artist per year to work for an extended period at the park.
Open to established artists with a demonstrated interest in environmental issues. A stipend of $15,000 is offered to the artist, and some mony is available to defray expenses incurred in the residency project. Artists are responsible for room, board and travel to Vermont. For more details and a complete application packet, please visit:
apexart’s Inbound residency program is focused on cultural exchange and new experiences, providing an intense, explorative journey into New York. apexart seeks out culturally and artistically diverse residents who represent a wide range of disciplines, from philosophers to artists to poets. Up to eight individuals are invited per season.
The selected residents are invited to New York for a one-month stay for which they are provided airfare, an apartment, a cell phone, and a computer with Internet access. Instead of providing the residents with a studio space apexart provides them with a detailed schedule of daily activities that take them out of their focused activities and provide unexpected new experiences that hopefully act as catalysts in adding new ideas and approaches to their work. (more…)
The University of Maine Museum of Art (UMMA) welcomes submissions from artists for review. UMMA reviews artist materials on a periodic basis and for informational purposes only. The museum’s exhibition programming is determined solely by the Director and Curator. (more…)
DEADLINES: FEBRUARY 28, SEPTEMBER 30
Disciplines: Drawing & Painting, Media Art, Sculpture
Target Group: International
The spirit and programs of the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts are based on the conviction that exceptional talent deserves to be supported. Bemis’ practical commitment to this belief is achieved by providing well-equipped studio spaces, living accommodations and a monthly stipend to artists who are awarded residencies. These artists come from around the world to work within a supportive community of like-minded people.
Raid Projects offers a bedroom and a studio for artists to come to California, make new work, network with galleries and curators, and explore Los Angeles. We host two Artists In Residence at one time for periods of 3 or 6 months. The AIR program for 2009 is $1000 US for the upstairs space and $1200 US for the downstairs space. Please note that we do not offer an exhibition for the work produced during the residency.
AIR has no application form or deadline. Mail a formal proposal to our Los Angeles address and indicate which time period you are interested in, along with a resume, images of your work on CD, CV, artist statement, press reviews and any other relevant materials that provides us with an idea of the breadth of your work and how it will benefit from time spent in LA to: (more…)
18th Street Arts Complex is a nonprofit residential arts center in Santa Monica that supports artists and arts organizations dedicated to issues of community and diversity in contemporary society.
18th Street maintains four programs that reflect its mission:
1) a Residency Program designed to help professionalize Los Angeles-based artists and arts organizations;
2) an International Artist-in-Residence Exchange Program created to foster inter-cultural collaboration and dialogue;
3) an Arts Education Program initiated to develop teaching and community building skills among artists, while at the same time imparting basic arts techniques, appreciation and creative problem solving to area school children; and,
4) a Public Events and Presenting Program to encourage artists to hold slide talks, discussions, or show new work in a relaxed, professional environment. (more…)
This two-year MFA program brings together faculty and students from across the academic spectrum to pursue interdisciplinary artistic and scholarly research. The diverse curriculum includes collaborative research project groups, where small clusters of students work with professors on artistic, technical and theoretical research in one of four focused areas: Mechatronics, Participatory Culture, Performative Technologies, and Playable Media. These collaborations result in publications and exhibitions.
Students also take core and elective courses in the theory and practice of digital media arts that support the development of individual thesis projects that are premiered in the program’s annual MFA Exhibition. The MFA is a terminal degree in the field of Digital Media Arts, qualifying graduates for a variety of career paths including university-level teaching and research.
Information on the program and application process is available at our website: http://danm.ucsc.edu For further inquiries, contact Felicia Rice, Program Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org.