Artist-In-Residence Programs

Abrons AIRspace Residency Program

Each September the Abrons awards 11-month residencies to five visual artists and one curator. Studio visits are arranged with critics and other art-workers. A range of career development opportunities are offered throughout the residency, as well as an Open Studios event and a culminating group exhibition. Deadline May 1.

www.abronsartscenter.org/for-artists/ 



The Core Residency Program at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston

Up to five New York-based emerging artists will be offered space, time and support to explore the production of artist's books and related work in year-long residencies. The purpose of this program is to promote experimentation in making book art; artists from all disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Deadline is October 15th annually.

www.mfah.org/core



The Center for Book Arts

Up to five New York-based emerging artists will be offered space, time and support to explore the production of artist's books and related work in year-long residencies. The purpose of this program is to promote experimentation in making book art; artists from all disciplinary backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Deadline is October 15th annually.

www.centerforbookarts.org/opportunities


THE CENTER FOR PHOTOGRAPHY AT WOODSTOCK

WOODSTOCK A-I-R is an artist workspace residency program designed to support artists of color working in the photographic arts who reside in the United States with access to time, facilities, financial, critical, and technical support.

Seven artists and one critic/scholar receive residencies annually to produce new work and break new ground from June–September.

www.cpw.org

18TH STREET ARTS CENTER

18th Street Arts Center is an artists’ residency program that provokes public dialogue through contemporary art-making. 18th Street’s residencies, exhibitions, public events, talks, and publications encourage, showcase and support the creation of cutting-edge contemporary art and foster collaboration and interaction between artists locally, nationally, and internationally.

www.18thstreet.org



MILLAY COLONY FOR THE ARTS

Millay Colony for the Arts offers one-month residencies to visual artists, writers and composers between April and November. Nurturing the work of artists of all ages, cultures, and in all stages of their careers, the Colony provides comfortable rooms, private studio spaces, all meals, and ample time to work.

Deadline October 1.
www.millaycolony.org

Workshops at the Colony and in NYC.
www.millaycolony.org/workshops

OX-BOW: FALL RESIDENCIES

AUGUST 31 –OCTOBER 4, 2014

Ox-Bow provides an inspirational setting, free from the expectations of commercial and academic demands. Located on 115 acres in Saugatuck, Michigan, Ox-Bow has been a haven for visual artists, writers, and thinkers for 100 years.

Cost: $250 / week (room and board and use of studios). Financial Aid available. Applications are due May 11, 2014.

www.ox-bow.org/experience/residencies/fall-artist-residency

SCHOOL OF VISUAL ARTS SUMMER RESIDENCIES IN NEW YORK CITY

SVA's Summer Residencies in New York City offer emerging and mid-career artists and designers time, space and a supportive community in which to develop ideas and focus on their artistic direction. Studio residencies and innovative professional immersion programs provide opportunities for exploration of new areas of social and technological practice.

http://www.sva.edu/special-programs/summer-residency-programs

VERMONT STUDIO CENTER

Year-round 2–12 week residencies for artists and writers. Residents receive individual studios, private rooms and all meals, plus access to prominent Visiting Artists and Writers offering slide talks, readings and studio visits. Three annual fellowship application deadlines: February 15th, June 15th, and October 1st. MFA program available with Johnson State College.

www.vermontstudiocenter.org




VYTLACIL ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM

Building on the esteemed reputation of the Art Students League of New York, Vytlacil gives support and space to emerging, established, and teaching artists through an international residency program (4 or 8 weeks). Just 20 miles from NYC, the 15-acre pastoral setting provides 24-hour access to individual studio spaces along with a sculpture studio, bronze foundry, kilns, forging and welding facilities. Scholarships available.

www.theartstudentsleague.org

WOODSTOCK BYRDCLIFFE GUILD

The Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence program provides visual artists, writers and composers of exceptional talent with 3 to 6-week long residencies, offering uninterrupted time and creative space within the serene natural setting of the Byrdcliffe Art Colony. Artists can apply online and the deadline is March 15, 2014.

www.byrdcliffe.org/artist-in-residence

THE MACDOWELL COLONY

The MacDowell Colony nurtures the arts by offering creative individuals of the highest talent an inspiring environment in which to produce enduring works of the imagination. Fellowships of up to eight weeks are offered. Artists-in-residence receive room, board, and exclusive use of a studio. There are no residency fees.

www.macdowellcolony.org





LOWER EAST SIDE PRINTSHOP: KEYHOLDER RESIDENCY

Keyholder Residency Program serves emerging artists with or without any printmaking experience. Residencies include one year of free 24/7 access to our printmaking studio in Midtown, Manhattan; $1,000 stipend; free career development program; exhibition opportunities; limited technical assistance and storage. Application deadlines are March 1st and September 1st each year.

www.printshop.org/web/Create/
KeyholderResidences/index.html

TRANSART INSTITUTE

Hybrid (campus & online) MFA and practice-based PhD. The low-residency format with summers in Berlin and a winter residency in New York City allows students to keep professional and family obligations while advancing their career, creating their own course of study with support from faculty and self-chosen mentors.

www.transart.org

LIGHT WORK

Apply for Light Work's renowned Artist-in-Residence program in Syracuse, New York. Selected artists will receive a $4,000 stipend, a furnished artist apartment, 24-hour access to our state-of-the-art facilities, and generous staff support. Applications are open to all artists working in photography or image-based media. There is no deadline to apply, submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis.

www.lightwork.org