The Core artist residencies encourage intensive, innovative studio practice. The Core critical studies residencies provide an opportunity to pursue independent curatorial and writing projects. Residents engage with each other and with pre-eminent artists, critics, curators, and art historians. Each resident receives a stipend and studio or office space. Applications due April 1st.
Haystack Mountain School of Craft’s Open Studio Residency, on the Coast of Maine, provides two weeks of studio time and an opportunity to work in a supportive community of makers. Approximately 50 participants—from the craft field and other creative disciplines—who will have uninterrupted time to work in 6 studios (ceramics, fiber, graphics, iron, jewelry/metals, and wood) to develop ideas and experiment in various media. 24-hour access to studios. Participants can choose to work in one particular studio or move among studios. All studios staffed by technicians who can assist with projects.
Application: $35 | Selected participants attend for free. Deadline: March 1 2016
Millay Colony for the Arts offers two-week to 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.
October 1 for April through July of the following year.
March 1 for August through November of the same year.
Ox-Bow Fall Residents are given the time, space, solitude, and support often unavailable to many working artists and writers. Each fall, Ox-Bow welcomes between 30 and 40 artists to participate in our fully funded residency program. Artists enjoy 24-hour access to their studios, an inspirational setting free from commercial and academic demands, and a diverse community of like-minded peers. Located on 115 acres in Saugatuck, Michigan, Ox-Bow continues to unite art and life, connecting artists to: a network of creative resources, people, and ideas; an energizing natural environment; and a rich artistic history and vital future.
Ox-Bow's Fall Residency is fully subsidized and stipends are available. Applications are due May 1st, 2017.
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.
Atlantic Center for the Arts’ Master Artist-in-Residence Program is a three week, interdisciplinary experience for emerging artists. The residency is a mix of mentorship with the Master Artists and ample time to pursue individual work. Weekday meals and private housing are provided, along with 24-hour access to shared studios and resources. Limited financial aid is available.
NPAF is the sole group dedicated to offering a variety of Residencies and Workshops for Artists all over the U.S. at America’s National Parks. Currently with over 100 opportunities available from Hawaii, to the Southwest, the East Coast, the Florida Keys, and an Extensive and exciting program at Gettysburg National Military Park, we offer some of the most exciting landscapes and facilities for art. Some of our residencies include stipends. NEA funded.
Deadlines and application fees vary. Visit our site for more information.