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Hub-Bub Artist in Residence, Chapman Cultural Cente
HUB-BUB is an artist-in-residence program hosted by the Chapman Cultural Center in Spartanburg, SC designed to provide time and space for emerging artists to live free and create.

Two residencies will be offered to studio artists for 11-months, from September – July, during which the artists will receive a monthly stipend, studio space, and housing with utilities paid. During their residency, we expect our resident artists to hold regularly scheduled open studio hours for 15 hours each week during which they will be available to discuss their work and their process with the public. To be eligible, applicants must have received a relevant degree (BA, BFA, MA, MFA, or PhD with some emphasis on studio art) within the last 5 years or be scheduled to complete their degree in the spring when they apply.
alumni  SouthCarolina  residencies  Public  community 
4 days ago by risdgrants
Rasmuson Foundation
Rasmuson Foundation honors the merit and significance of a life dedicated to serious artistic exploration and growth. The Foundation believes an artist’s energy, ideas, and creative drive cannot bear fruit without time devoted to experimentation, education, and personal reflection. We also acknowledge artists need opportunities to explore at various stages of their artistic careers.

With these guiding principles in mind, Rasmuson Foundation has created three award programs for individual artists living and working in Alaska:

Project Awards: Awards of $7,500 for emerging, mid-career, and mature artists in all disciplines for specific, short-term projects that have a clear benefit to the artist and the development of his/her work. Approximately 25 Project Awards are granted annually. Project Awards are available in all 11 artistic disciplines.
Fellowships: $18,000 awards for mid-career or mature artists to focus their energy and attention for a one-year period on developing their creative work. The Fellowship program awards grants in 11 artistic disciplines that rotate on a two-year cycle. Approximately 10 Fellowships are awarded each year.
Distinguished Artist Award: A single $40,000 annual award for a mature artist of recognized stature with a history of creative excellence and accomplishment in the arts.
alaska  grant  residencies  award  unrestricted  projects 
10 days ago by risdgrants
Rhode Island Arts and Health Network Artist in Residence
The Rhode Island Arts and Health Network believes that embedding artists within a state department of health will help to drive creative arts-based approaches to achieving health equity, addressing the social determinants of health, and attaining population health goals. Ultimately, the arts have the power to create healthier individuals and thriving communities. The AIR project is a pilot program of the new state plan for arts and health.

The selected artist will be embedded at the Rhode Island Department of Health (RIDOH) and will work from associated community locations for a project period of 5 months between June 1 and December 31, 2019. The specific 5 months will be mutually selected between the artist the RIDOH staff involved. The AIR will work with selected RIDOH staff to create one or more public projects which respond to a public health issue identified at the onset of the program.

Professional artists, at least 18 years of age, with significant experience in providing arts to health-based projects and/or settings are eligible to apply. Applicants must be Rhode Island residents at the time of application and throughout the project. Artists in any arts discipline are eligible to apply. The stipend for the residency will be $15,000, paid by a Network partner agency over the course of the residency. There will be additional budget items for supplies and materials, and a researcher/evaluator. The daily work schedule will be negotiated between the artist and relevant RIDOH staff.
health  residencies  grant  publicart  rhodeisland  Professional  alumni 
17 days ago by risdgrants
Mission & History - Signal Fire
Signal Fire provides opportunities for artists and creative agitators to engage with our remaining wildlands.

Our projects foster resilience, creative energy, and interdisciplinary collaboration. We utilize public lands to advocate for equitable access, and protection of, wild and open places.

Signal Fire was started in 2008 by activist Amy Harwood and artist Ryan Pierce. Both wanted to find a way to bring their communities closer to foster more collaboration. As avid backpackers, ...
art  opportunities  nature  residencies  collaboration 
23 days ago by yankeh
Artist residency portal.

"We are an association of over 650 centers, organisations, and individuals in over 70 countries. Each of our members is dedicated to offering artists, curators, and all manner of creative people the essential time and place away from the pressures and habits of every-day life, an experience framed within a unique geographic and cultural context.

Through Res Artis, organisations become part of a global community of colleagues engaged in dialogue through our face-to-face meetings and virtually through our online presence.

Those interested in attending a residency can use the information and resources on our website, gaining insights into the profiles of our members and staying informed about their events and application deadlines.

Since 1993, through the volunteer efforts of the Board of Directors, dedicated staff and countless partners and friends, Res Artis has grown to become the largest network of its kind, promoting the role of residential art programs as a vital part of the contemporary arts world, stimulating the creative development and mobility of artists, and furthering intercultural understanding."

Fashionmeetsorganic  Lifesnippets  Association  NGO_NPO  Netherlands  artist  community  Collaboration  events  Research  creation  Creative  Inspiration  Innovation  Culture  Directory_Database  curation  Art  Platform  residencies  grants 
4 weeks ago by eocas
Museum of Fine Arts Houston - The Core Program
Core Program awards residencies to exceptional, highly motivated visual artists and critical writers who have completed their undergraduate or graduate training and are working to develop a sustainable practice. Residents engage with a wide range of leading artists, critics, curators, and art historians who are invited to meet individually with the residents, lead seminars, and deliver public lectures.

Fellows are expected to be active in their own creative and/or critical practice. Core fellows come together for a yearlong seminar, the content of which is driven by contemporary concerns, the interests and work of the fellows, and the Core lecture series and visitors.

The residency term is nine months, from September to May, and fellows may apply for a second term. Because the program is intended to foster intensive participation in an active peer group, including biweekly seminar meetings, Core fellows must reside in Houston for the duration of the Core term.
Texas  residencies  alumni  practice  StudioSpace 
6 weeks ago by risdgrants
Fire Island Artist LGBTQ Emerging Artist Residency
Fire Island Artist Residency, which is exclusively for artists identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender or queer, offers a prestigious and internationally recognized summer program. in the secluded community of Cherry Grove, NY, an historic LGBTQ settlement of Fire Island. Emerging artists will share a live/work space for a four-week program marked by intimate studio visits with, and public lectures by, renowned leaders in contemporary art and curation.
residencies  LGBTQ+  summer  NewYork  StudioSpace 
7 weeks ago by risdgrants
Elsewhere Studios Art Residency
Elsewhere Studios is an artist residency in bucolic western Colorado, hosting artists from around the world to have time and space to focus on their work in a unique and supportive environment. We welcome visual artists, writers, composer/musicians, performance artists at any stage of their careers as well as scientists, activists, teachers, students, or any kind of creative thinker interested in exploring and expanding their work in a unique and supportive environment. Elsewhere consists of artistically crafted and unique living and studio spaces. Time spans are individually based - 1 to 6 months, accommodating 4 to 6 artists at a time.

Elsewhere is a choose-your-own-adventure style residency. Situated in downtown Paonia, the spaces are versatile, providing residents with opportunities to connect and interact with other artists in the community, to create or participate in art exhibitions, and to teach classes or workshops.
residencies  Colorado  StudioSpace 
8 weeks ago by risdgrants
Monson Arts Summer Design Residencies
Monson Arts is a new arts center in Monson, Maine. Programs include residencies for artists and writers, intensive shorter workshops, and educational partnerships with area secondary schools.

Monson Arts is partnering with RISD to offer two, month-long, design focused summer residencies. Design residents will focus on developing prototypes and designs, and experimenting with materials.

Both RISD residents will receive a $1,000 stipend, room and board, a private studio, and access to Monson Arts’ wood and metal working shops. Monson Arts has a studio technician on staff 20 hours a week who will provide support. In addition, residents have access to digital fabrication equipment at the Innovative Media and Research Center (IMRC) at the University of Maine in Orono, a partner of Monson Arts.

Monson is located at the edge of Maine’s North Woods, a 3.5 million acres of forest bordering Canada. It is the last town on the Appalachian Trail before the beginning of the 100-Mile Wilderness that leads to Mount Katahdin. Since it was founded in 1822, the community has had an economy based on natural resources. In the late 19th through the early 20th centuries, slate quarries supported a thriving industry. Moosehead Manufacturing produced wood furniture from the 1945 until its closure in 2007. The region also has a rich arts tradition: Henry David Thoreau wrote about the area in The Maine Woods, photographer Berenice Abbott lived in Monson and nearby Blanchard, and traditional makers are well establish in the area including the North Woods Canoe Company, Atkinson.
Student  alumni  Maine  design  Industrial  FurnitureDesign  architecture  residencies  summer 
8 weeks ago by risdgrants
Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Artists in Residence (at Pratt)
The Munson-Williams- Proctor Arts Institute Artists in Residence program (AIR) is an education based residency which allows two emerging artists from different disciplines to live and work on the MWPAI and PrattMWP College of Art & Design campus in Utica, NY for one academic year.

The AIR program is designed for emerging artists or recent visual arts MFA graduates interested in art education on both a community and college level while receiving support to develop a vibrant, self-directed studio practice. Artists receive financial support, housing, meals, studio, and two-person exhibition in the museum's PrattMWP Gallery.
MFA  Graduate  alumni  Education  community  Teaching  residencies 
9 weeks ago by risdgrants
TRAVERS is a laboratory for artistic practice and theory, and a journey of exploration into cross-artform creation. Three separate ‘camps’ provide professional artists, scholars and other people involved in the arts, with an opportunity to come together and take part in an event that crosses disciplines and borders. TRAVERS is an encounter with the participants’ own practice: a confrontation with their strengths and weaknesses. The camps will scrutinise their habits and turn them inside out. In TRAVERS, the journey is the goal, and that journey features a cornucopia of meetings, surprises, shocks and challenges. With luck we will lose our way and discover new travelling companions in a totally unfamiliar landscape.
– You can apply personally or as an artistic team. If you apply as a team, all team members must make individual applications.
– TRAVERS will contribute to travel expenses for anyone who is not based in Aarhus. However, your accommodation during your participation in the camp will be your own responsibility.
Denmark  residencies  interdisciplinary  theory  practice  Travel 
9 weeks ago by risdgrants
Anderson Center at Tower View, Red Wing, Minnesota
The Anderson Center at Tower View serves writers, poets, visual artists, sculptors, composers, dancers, archaeologists, anthropologists, scholars, and others. The interdisciplinary nature of the Center inspires creative dialogue among the disciplines and places the Center at the forefront of thoughtful exchange. In addition to 20 on-site artist studios, the Center offers a black-and-white equipped dark room, an outdoor kiln, glass blowing studio, blacksmith shop, printmaking facilities, and a press-in-residence. The Anderson Center provides retreats of two to four weeks duration from May through October.
Minnesota  residencies  StudioSpace 
10 weeks ago by risdgrants
Imagine a place with no distractions—no IM, no Twitter, in fact no internet access at all. Within, you find a group of a dozen or more developers, designers, thinkers and doers. And a lot of a food.

Now imagine that place is a fort.

Fort Clonque
uploaded by Niqui Merret
/dev/fort is band camp for geeks. It is a week away from the rest of the world to learn, to think, to play and to build. The aim is to make something—it could be a website, a game or a world-conquering robot—from scratch, in a week.

But it is equally about enjoying the company and the scenery, a working holiday. Past forts have seen people exploring World War II tunnels, raising the property’s flag each morning to the sound of a bugle, swimming out to deserted islands and investigating medieval artefacts.
residencies  labs 
10 weeks ago by gwijthoff
Gate33 Milan Historical Center Residency Printmeking Art Prize
PRINTMeKING 2019 Art Prize is an opportunity for artists, printmakers, designers and illustrators in the contemporary art world whose practice and research involves, but is not necessarily limited to, the medium of printmaking.

We wish to award an individual with the possibility to travel to Italy, where they can experience a new culture, access the necessary facilities to express their ideas, engage in meaningful conversations, and gain visibility amidst new audiences. PRINTMeKING is aimed to those who are self-sufficient in one or more of the following traditional printmaking techniques: etching, photopolymer etching, silk-screen, woodcut, and lithography.
residencies  italy  Printmaking 
12 weeks ago by risdgrants
Ucross Foundation Residency Program
The Ucross Foundation Residency Program offers the gift of time and space to competitively selected individuals working in all artistic disciplines. The Foundation strives to provide a respectful, comfortable and productive environment, freeing artists from the pressures and distractions of daily life.
The Ucross Foundation provides living accommodations, individual work space, and uninterrupted time to approximately 85 individuals each year. Typical residencies are one month in length but can vary from two to six weeks. At any one time, there are up to ten individuals in residence, a mix of visual artists, writers and composers.
residencies  Visual  Wyoming 
12 weeks ago by risdgrants
Ucross Foundation Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists
The Ucross Fellowship for Native American Visual Artists is open to disciplines that include but are not limited to painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, video, performance art, installation, ceramics, and collaborative projects involving multiple disciplines.

Recipients will be offered a four-week residency, a stipend of $2,000 and will be featured in a gallery exhibition at Ucross within the following year.
residencies  Wyoming  Visual  nativeamerican 
12 weeks ago by risdgrants

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