Surrounded by a rich history of Spanish and Native cultures, Nambé Mill House is located along Pojoaque creek bordering the Nambé and Pojoaque Pueblos of Northern New Mexico. Guests have access to the the main house including an open kitchen and living area, an art studio and outdoor work shed that also function as performance and event spaces, gardens, and river access. Currently inhabited by four female working artists, the Mill House serves as a creative refuge that welcomes a breadth of projects and events.
Upon acceptance of your application you will receive an invitation to come to the table with the women of the the Mill House to further discuss how we may collectively design your residency experience to fully integrate your practice and vision with our mission. We look forward to hearing from you!