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Corning Museum of Glass, David Whitehouse Artist Residency for Research
David Whitehouse Artist Residency for Research is open to artists who want to utilize the Museum’s resources, including the permanent collections and the holdings of the Rakow Research Library, to inform their practice. The residency is named for the former executive director of The Corning Museum of Glass, a highly-regarded scholar who worked to build the resources of the Rakow Library, and was a major supporter of artists working in glass today. Learn more about David Whitehouse. This residency gives artists the opportunity to deep dive into topics and further their knowledge or to provide research for a project.

The David Whitehouse Artist Residency for Research is not a “making” residency; no provisions will be made for artists to create work at The Studio. Residencies will be up to three weeks in length. Artists will be provided with transportation, and room and board. Residents will have access to the Rakow Research Library, the collection of The Corning Museum of Glass, and the Museum’s staff experts. The residency manager will facilitate meetings with Museum experts and other resources. During the residency, each artist will give a presentation about his or her work. This event, to be held in The Studio Lecture Room, will be free and open to the public.
glass  research  residencies  NewYork  Library 
january 2018 by risdgrants
RISD Museum Dorner Prize
RISD students are invited to submit Dorner Prize proposals for temporary, site-specific projects at the RISD Museum. This artistic intervention can take the form of a physical, digital, or programmatic encounter, and can examine, critique, or celebrate the Museum’s collections, architectural idiosyncrasies, habits of visitation, and or/web presence.
grant  grants  RI  art  Student  museum  InstallationArt  FineArts  Sculpture  Glass  Ceramics  digitalmedia  Painting 
september 2017 by risdgrants
After a successful inaugural phase conducted by the Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership, The Japan Foundation (JF), is pleased to announce the next phase of funding for the "Japan-America Collegiate Exchange Travel Program" initiative to facilitate exchange and understanding between Japan and the U.S., the Japan Foundation will provide travel funds to Japan primary for undergraduates and one faculty member. Instructors teaching a Japan-related course at U.S. universities or colleges are invited to apply for a grant to help fund a short-term study-tour to Japan, while incorporating the visit into course syllabi and itineraries arranged to build-on and enrich course contents. The goal is to provide students with firsthand experience that will allow them to gain a more nuanced and balanced understanding of Japan.
Study  Abroad  Sculpture  FurnitureDesign  Film/Animation/Video  photography  digitalmedia  LandscapeArchitecture  InteriorArchitecture  Architecture  Illustration  TextileDesign  ceramics  glass  printmaking  painting  FineArts  Design  Japan  Fellowship  grants 
april 2012 by risdgrants
New York Studio Residency Program
The New York Studio Residency Program is a hybrid of structure and flexibility, which results in a meaningful experience and bonding within a diverse community of young artists. The contact with their peers and other artists who are active professionally creates a community that is location-based as well as informational.
The New York Studio Residency Program is a transitional space for a community of peers that provides both support and the taste of independent living as artists in the world beyond academia. The work in the exhibition has a freshness and authenticity that reflects this formula of challenge and support. Although the medium, style, and content of the work is individual, the show as a whole is an important indicator of how young artists are experiencing the world as expressed in their artwork.
Film/Animation/Video  digitalmedia  TextileDesign  Illustration  glass  ceramics  Sculpture  printmaking  painting  EmergingArtist  NewYorkCity  NY  Residencies  Residencies 
april 2012 by risdgrants
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grants  Illustration  Film/Animation/Video  Ceramics  Glass  Printmaking  Painting  FineArts  film  business  crowdsourcing  crowdfunding  funding 
april 2012 by risdgrants
UrbanGlass is a not-for-profit international center that promotes the use and appreciation of glass as a creative medium and makes glass accessible to an increasingly diverse audience through its programs, educational initiatives, and publications.
Glass  Community  Craft  Fellowship  EmergingArtist  Competitions  ny 
june 2011 by risdgrants
Bullseye Glass Co.
-- Bullseye Glass Co. is a leader in promoting glass art worldwide—through quality production of colored glass for art and architecture, research, education, and the presentation of innovative glass art in our fine arts gallery.
Glass  Residencies  OR  Craft  Workshops 
june 2011 by risdgrants
Pittsburgh Glass Center
-- Pittsburgh Glass Center is a public access school, gallery and state-of-the-art glass studio dedicated to teaching, creating and promoting glass art. World-renowned glass artists come here to make studio glass art. People interested in learning more about glass come here to take a class, explore the contemporary glass gallery and watch live hot glass demonstrations. As one of the top glass art centers in the world, we pride ourselves on providing exceptional resources and instruction to expand the skills and knowledge of our students and artists. We strive to foster a new generation of glass artists and enthusiasts here in the Pittsburgh region.
Residencies  Glass  PA  Education  Funding  Scholarships  Workshops 
june 2011 by risdgrants
The EAiR Program supports artists who are making a transition in their professional lives. Whether moving from academia to a professional studio practice, taking up a new medium, or beginning a new body of work, artists find this independent residency ideal for contemplation, research, and experimentation. The program provides artists with a place and the time to develop an idea or project in glass, with the potential for realizing a new body of work.

Included in the residency award is a stipend of U.S. $1,000 per artist, open studio space, shared cooking facilities, and a private room in a cottage with shared bath. Materials, instruction, food, and travel reimbursement are not provided.
Residencies  Glass  WA  EmergingArtist  Fellowship  Stipend 
may 2011 by risdgrants
Corning Museum of Glass
-- The Corning Museum of Glass is committed to supporting artists and scholars in their work. In this vein, the Museum offers a variety of residencies, grants and competitions for those working with glass for art or for research.
Museum  Residencies  EmergingArtist  NY  Glass  Research  Grants  Scholarships 
april 2011 by risdgrants
Scottish Sculpture Workshop
-- Our Artist in Residence program encourages exchange of technical skills and aesthetic viewpoints with sculptors from around the world. Our organization offers a range of residency opportunities for visual artists.

* Self-funded Residencies
* Subsidized Self-funded Residencies
* Ceramics/Glass Graduate Residency
* Funded Research and Production Residencies
* Internships
* Residencies in Education or Community contexts

-- DEADLINE: see website for further details
Association  Residencies  Sculpture  Scotland  EmergingArtist  International  Glass  Ceramics  metal  FurnitureDesign 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Worcester Center for Crafts
-- The Resident Artist program of the Worcester Center for Crafts is a one to two year appointment designed to meet the needs of pre-professional craft artists by providing studio space, facilities, and guidance, within a supportive studio community. Residencies are offered in Clay, Glass, and Metal studios. Resident Artists contribute through the focused pursuit of their creative work, teaching, and studio support roles, while acting as mentors and actively participating in the diverse studio communities that make up the Craft Center.

--Application Deadline is June 1st
Craft  Sculpture  ArtsEducation  Business  Residencies  Community  Ceramics  Glass  MA  jewelry  teaching  exhibition 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Houston Center for Contemporary Craft
-- Houston Center for Contemporary Craft is a nonprofit organization founded to advance education about the process, product and history of craft. HCCC's major emphasis is on objects of art made primarily of fiber, metal, glass, clay and wood.

-- check site for deadline
Glass  Sculpture  Ceramics  TextileDesign  Association  Residencies  Workshops  FurnitureDesign  jewelry 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Nottingham Center for the Arts
To support and promote the studio arts in Southern California and the North San Diego County area in particular. To implement our mission we offer facilities for artists, workshops, classes, conferences and seminars, exhibits, school outreach programs, arts events, resource library, meeting and event space to allied/related organizations and other activities.
Conferences  ceramics  Glass  Workshops  CA  Scholarships  FurnitureDesign 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass (AACG)
The Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to further the development and appreciation of art made from glass.
Conferences  Glass  Nonprofits  Grants 
october 2010 by risdgrants
Haystack Mountain School of Crafts
-- Haystack Mountain School of Crafts is an international craft school located on the Atlantic Ocean in Deer Isle, Maine. The school offers intensive studio-based workshops in a variety of craft media including clay, glass, metals, paper, blacksmithing, weaving, woodworking and more. Programs range from short workshops to two-week sessions and anyone may participate, from beginners to advanced professionals.

-- see website for current deadlines
Ceramics  MN  Residencies  Fellowship  Travel  Education  Workshops  Glass  jewelry  FurnitureDesign  TextileDesign  ME 
october 2010 by risdgrants

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