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18th St. Arts center (Los Angeles, CA)Studio spacehttp://18thstreet.org/2 types of residencies: Visiting artist residencies for 1-3 months for national/international artists, and the Local Residency Program--provides subsidized studio or live and work space for artists that is one-third of the market value rate. The studios range in price from 1 to 2 dollars a square foot depending on the size and functionality of the space. Residents can rent a space for 3 to 5 years,rolling, apply 1 year in advance
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Henry Street Settlement/Abrons Art Center (NYC)Studio spacehttp://www.abronsartscenter.org/for-artists/11 month studio space in NYC to 5 artists and one curator.3/1/2014
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Anderson Center (MN)Artist Residencieshttp://www.andersoncenter.org/residency_program.htmTwo weeks to one month during May through October; painters,sculptors, photographers, printmakers; Each resident is provided room, board, and workspace for the length of the stay during the residency period. Each resident is asked to serve the community of Red Wing or its surrounding area, by giving a talk, lecture, reading, performance, or classroom activity. Special fellowship available to artists from Minnesota and NYC.
Feb 1 and May 1 of each year
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Art Farm (NE)Artist Residencyhttp://www.artfarmnebraska.org/residency.htmlAccommodation and studio space in exchange for 12 hours per week to help renovate and maintain Art Farm’s buildings and ground, other projects. Artist residencies are available between June 1and November 1 for 8 to 12 weeks. Requires one piece of art work, chosen jointly by the director and the artist, donated to to its permanent collection.3/1/2014
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Art Omi (outside of NYC)Artist Residencywww.artomi.org10 writers and artists for a period of 1 week to 2 months in the Catskill mountains. All meals, a studio, and apartment are provided. Noted editors, curators, publishers, gallerists from NYC are invited for critiques and meals. Known as a good program for meeting collectors and selling work.11/30/2013
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Art Students League of New York (outside of NY City) Vytlacil Campus Artist-in-Residency Programhttp://www.theartstudentsleague.org/Residency.aspxPainting, drawing, mixed media, sculpture; one to two months; residency fees are $2,500 per month for a single room for up to two months. Scholarship opportunities are available.
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Artcroft Farm (KY)Residency Programhttp://www.artcroft.org/index.htmFor Visual Artists: The Florence Thorne Fellowships for Visual Artists & The Ed Taylor Fellowship for Visual Artists ; living & studio expenses covered through a work exchange program. Disciplines limted to etchers, painters and sculptors.don’t know (rolling..?)
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Atlantic Center for the Arts (FL) Residencyhttp://www.atlanticcenterforthearts.org/Applicants must request to work with a master artist; $850 residency fee; financial aid available; room & board (3 meals per day) supplied; artist responsible for transportation and materials costs. Master artists have included Will Cotton, Dana Schutz, etc. "Visual art", "installation art" and "digital art" were the only criteria cited; financial aid available for painters & sculptors only; residencies aer 3 weeks duration. new deadlines every month
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Banff Art Center (Canada)Artist Residencieshttp://www.banffcentre.caTuition fee applies. Self directed or thematic residencies.
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Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (Omaha, NE)Artist in Residence Fellowshipshttp://www.bemiscenter.org/residency/index.htmlMonthly stipend, 3 month long program, flexible dates, can accommodate kids, housing, studios and facilities offered; disciplines include painting, photogrpahy, sculpture (clay, wood and casting)
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Bernheim Arboretum (KY)Artist Residencieshttp://www.bernheim.org/Open to artists working in any medium;Bernheim will provide living quarters for the recipient in exchange for an exhibition and at least one work of art left to the Bernheim Foundation, and when possible, an artist-led public program; plus a financial grant of up to $2,500.00 for travel and other expenses - residencies are 2 to 4 months.
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Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence Program, (Woodstock, NY)Artist Residencieshttp://www.woodstockguild.org/artist_in_residence/index.html4 week session has 10 individuals (visual artists, ceramicists, composers, playwrights and writers), tuition is 300$. Studio and housing but not food provided. Fellowships are available: awards free tuition plus a 1,100$ or 700$ stipend. Master artists are available, master artist for 2010 was Joan Snyder.
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Carving Studio (VT)Sculpture Residency or Internshiphttp://www.carvingstudio.org/residencies/residencies.aspAll sculptural dicsiplines. Interns: receive small stipend plus room and board for maintenance of the campus and assistance to instructors, work independently, have access to studios and tools, materials and supplies. Residents: receive free use of studios; housing and board not covered; one week to two months; no stipend for residents.
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Center for Emerging Artists (Philly)Fellowshiphttp://www.cfeva.org/Gallery representation for 2 years--in the second year the program helps artists find and retain a commercial gallery for representation. Helps with career development of all types. Only available to artists living within 100 mile radius of Philly.
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Center for Land Use Interpretation & NEA (Wendover, UT)Wendover Residence Program http://www.clui.org/clui_4_1/alm/wendover/All disciplines - artwork produced must relate to the region; offers $250 per week stipend and travel allowance; warns that living conditions are adequate but rustic.
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Chinati Foundation (TX)Artists Residencieshttp://www.chinati.org/information/becomeartistresidence.phpFurnished apartment & studio provided; stipend of $1,000 to assist with travel & materials; the average residency lasts two to three months; all visual arts disciplines; exhibition offered at end of residency
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CiteCulturehttp://www.ciup.fr/
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Contemporary Artists Center (Troy NY)Artist Residencieshttp://www.cactroy.org/residencies.php3 month summer residency or 4-6 weeks; all media; 95% of artists receive some kind of stipend or award - both merit- and need-based; opportunity to have an exhibition or open studio; self-nominated procedure.
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Cornocopia Art Center (MN)Artist Residencyhttp://www.lanesboroarts.org/cac-artist-in-residence.phpArtists from all disciplines are encouraged to apply but primary consideration given to emerging sculptors & painters. Applicant artists must reside in the United States. Living and working space is provided. Stipends of up to $2,500 for a four-week residency are provided for up to six artists each year.
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Cub Creek Foundation (Appomatox, VA)Ceramics Residency Program http://www.cubcreek.org/Content/Home/Home.htmlSculpture and/or functional ceramics
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Delaware Center for Contemporary Arts (DE_)Artist Residencieshttp://www.thedcca.org/programsair.htmlArtists required to collaborate with under-served community groups - as such may be suitable for MACA grad students; proposals judged by the strength and innovation of the artists’ work, the artists’ experience with community work, and the impact the project will have on the Wilmington community.
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Djerassi Program (Woodside, CA )Djerassi Resident Artists Programhttp://www.djerassi.org/4 to 5 week residencies run from March thru November; all disciplines; no cost to the artist (studios & housing subsidized but artist covers travel expenses and materials). Includes visual artists, writers, choreographers and composers.
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Exploratorium Museum (CA)Artist Residencieshttp://www.exploratorium.edu/about/air.htmlFor Film/Video/Digital Media/Performance 2 to 4 weeks for out-of-area artists;open access to facilities, a budget for materials and food, travel stipend and a monthly stipend
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Fine Arts Work Center (Provincetown, MA)Artist Residencieshttp://www.fawc.org/Residencies run from Oct 1 to May 1; all visual arts disciplines; visiting artists, well regarded program. Applications for visual artists due Feb 1 of each year. Studio and housing provided.
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Fountainhead Residency (Miami, FL)Artist Residencieshttp://fountainheadresidency.comProvides studio, housing and airfare to and from Miami. Rolling deadline, opportunity to network with collectors, Miami gallerists.
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Gyeonggi Creation Center (Korea)http://gyeonggicreationcenter.org
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Hall Farm (VT)Artists Residencieshttp://clients.digitalemily.com/hallfarm/wp/artist-residencies/general-information/Accepting video artists, painters, mixed-media artists, sculptors; up to 4 weeks residency; residents are responsible for providing any supplies; no cost to the artist for the residency: artists are responsible for materials and transportation.
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Hambidge Center (GA)Residency Programhttp://www.hambidge.org/Residency/tabid/62/Default.aspxSummer residencies are 4 weeks. Applications for Book Arts, Conceptual Art, Digital Imaging, Drawing, Environmental Art, Fiber Arts, Film & Video, Installation, Metalworking, Mixed Media, Multimedia Art, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Woodworking, Graphic Design. Housing & Facilities not made clear on website.
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Hamiltonian Artists (DC)Fellowshiphttp://www.hamiltonianartists.org2 year fellowship for artists in Mid-Atlantic. Gallery representation, 2 solo shows and 2 group shows, and inclusion in art fairs in Miami, DC or NY included. Stipend. Artist must be able to come to DC at least once a month for critiques, panel discussions and workshops.
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Helene Wurlitzer Foundation (Taos, NM)Artist Residencyhttp://www.wurlitzerfoundation.org/Three months residencies in painting, sculpture, photography and film (video?); paid housing and studio space; summer session is May thru August;
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I-Park Residencies (CT)Artist Residencieshttp://www.i-park.org/residency.htmlAll visual arts; 4-week residencies; living accomondations & studio provided; no stipend;
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International Studio and Curatorial ProgramStudio spacehttp://www.iscp-nyc.org/Studio space in East Williamsburg, Brooklyn. Must apply to the residency AND apply to grant support for a year of living. Particularly good for international artists as many country governments help to pay for the residency. Extremely competitive.
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Jentel Foundation (Banner, WY )Summer Artist Residency http://www.jentelarts.org/sitepages/aboutjentel.htmOne month residencies; living accomodations & studios supplied; monthly stipend of $400; residents responsible for food, supplies, phone charges, materials, travel & shipping.
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Joshua Tree Highlands Houses (Joshua Tree National Park, CA)Summer Residency Programhttp://www.joshuatreehighlandshouse.com/jthh/files/artist.htmlJuly & August - house and workspace provided
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Kala Art Institute ( CA)Artist Residencieshttp://www.kala.org/air/air.html1, 2 or 3 month residencies for artists working in printmaking techniques, photo-processes, book arts and digital media; studio provided, housing is not
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Kalani Oceanside Retreat (HI)Residency Programhttp://www.kalani.comMay through July; 2 weeks to 3 months. Stipends provide 50% of lodging costs and are available from May-July but artist responsible for the rest of costs; "visual artists" cited as eligible
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Kimel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts (NE)Artist Residencyhttp://www.khncenterforthearts.org/residency.htmlResidencies are available for two-, four-, six-, or eight-weeks stays. Each resident receives a $100 stipend per week, free housing, and a separate studio.
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Kohler Company & NEA (Sheboygan, WI)John Michael Kohler Art Center Residencyhttps://www.jmkac.org/ResidenciesChoice of two to six months for sculptural ceramics projects
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LUX Art InstituteArtist Residencyhttp://www.luxartinstitute.org/
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MacDowell Colony (Monadnock, NH)Residencyhttp://www.macdowellcolony.org/apply-appguidelines.htmlSummer residency: June 1st to Sept 5th; Stipends to artists in all artistic disciplines; funding is also available to help reimburse artists for travel to and from the Colony. Studio space, living and food. Oldest artist residency in the USA, very prestigious.
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Marie Walshe Sharpe FoundationStudio spacehttp://sharpeartfdn.qwestoffice.net/Space%20Program.htm17 artists culled from an applicant pool of 1,100. Studio space program in DUMBO, NY.
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Maryland Hall (Annapolis, MD)Artist Residencyhttp://www.mdhallarts.org/generalinfo/artistresources/artistsinresidence.htmlOne to three months; housing, studio & stipend provided
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Mattress Factory Museum (Pittsburg, PA)Residencyhttp://www.mattress.org/index.cfm?event=ResidencyOne week to 3 months. Costs covered are: Air transportation, housing & per diem, all materials & equipment; curatorial support, labor support, marketing & publicity, documentation opening reception, honorarium.
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McColl Center for Visual Art (NC)Artist Residencyhttp://www.mccollcenter.org/site/welcome.cfmThe Center accepts applications from emerging, mid-career and senior level artists. Local, regional, national and international artists are all eligible for the Artist-in-Residence Program. Each artist receives a $3,300 stipend and $1,500 for materials. Each artist is provided with a one-bedroom, furnished condominium with bi-weekly cleaning service, television and internet service.
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Millay Colony for the Arts (Austerlitz, NY )Artists Residencyhttp://www.millaycolony.org/applyOne month residencies; private room, studio and all meals
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National Park Service Weir Farm Historic Site, CT Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/wefa/supportyourpark/artist-in-residence-program.htm2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 2 to 4 weeks residencies
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National Park Service AKDenali Preserve - AK Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/dena/supportyourpark/artist-in-residence.htmJune thru August - 10 days residency; use of a cabin; artist responsible for transportation, food and materials; no stipend; one public presentation required
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National Park Service ARHot Springs Nat. Park, AR Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/hosp/supportyourpark/artist-in-residence-program.htmAll art and craft disciplines including film; 2 to 4 weeks
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National Park Service AZGrand Canyon, AZ Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/grca/supportyourpark/air.htm2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 3 week residencies
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National Park Service AZPetrified Forest Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/pefo/parknews/artist-in-residence.htm2-D, 3-D artists including photo; residencies up to 3 weeks
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National Park Service CORocky Mt. Nat. Park Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/romo/supportyourpark/artist_in_residence.htm2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 2 weeks residencies
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National Park Service FLEverglades Nat.Park, FL Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/ever/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 2 to 4 weeks
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National Park Service IAHerbert Hoover Nat. Historical Site, IA Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/heho/supportyourpark/artist-in-residence-program.htmAll visual & performing artists - 2 to 4 weeks
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National Park Service INIndiana Dunes Lakeshore Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/indu/historyculture/air.htmArtist/illustrator to create line art for publication; 2 to 4 weeks
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National Park Service KYMammoth Cave Nat. Park Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/maca/supportyourpark/air-program.htm2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 2 to 4 week residencies
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National Park Service MACape Cod Seashore, MA Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/caco/parknews/provincetown-community-compact-to-have-short-term-use-of-fowler-cottage.htm2-D arts, photo & sculpture - either one to three weeks, or two weeks, depending on which option available ("C-ScapeDune Shack" or "Margo-Gelb Shack"
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National Park Service MIIsle Royale Nat. Park Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/isro/upload/Art%20in%20Residence%20Brochure.pdf2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 2 to 3 week residencies - mid-June to mid-September
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National Park Service MTGlacier Nat. Park, MT Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/glac/supportyourpark/air.htm2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 4 weeks
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National Park Service NEHomestead Nat. Monument, NE Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/home/upload/new%20AIR%20HOME%20brochure.pdf2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 2 weeks to 3 months residencies
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National Park Service ORCrater Lake, OR Artist Residencieshttp://www.nps.gov/crla/air.htmAll disciplines - 1 to 2 week residencies - covers housing only
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National Park Service SDMt Rushmore Sculptor ResidenciesMAIL: Artist-In-Residence Program, Mount Rushmore National Memorial, 13000 Hwy. 244, Bldg. 31, Suite 1, Keystone, South Dakota USA 57751
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm
Stone sculpture only; summer is 12-16 weeks paid residency
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National Park Service ARBuffalo National River, AR Artist Residencies http://www.nps.gov/buff/air.htm2-D arts, photo & sculpture - 1 to 3 week residencies - covers housing only
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National Park Service MEAcadia Park, ME Artist Residencies http://www.nps.gov/acad/supportyourpark/artistinresidence.htm2-D arts, photo & sculpture - 2-4 week residencies - covers housing only
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National Science Foundation (Antarctica) Antarctic Artists & Writers Programhttp://www.nsf.gov/funding/pgm_summ.jsp?pims_id=12783Painting & Photography - Travel and field support only, including polar clothing & gear and room & board.
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Ox-Bow Workshop for the Arts ( MI)Ox-Bow Fellowship for Degree-seeking Studentshttp://www.ox-bow.org/residency/fellowship.htmlArtists nominated by their school. June 1 to September 1 - residents serve both as staff members and as producing artists
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Ponteloy Creative Residencies
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Portland Institute for Contemporary Art (OR)Artists Residencieshttp://www.pica.org/programs/residencies.aspx
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Ragdale Foundation (IL)Multiple fellowships - see websitehttp://www.ragdale.org/fellowshipsFellowships granted by invitation or through a nomination process; one, two or four week residencies
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Red Lodge Clay Center (MT) Special Project Residencyhttp://www.redlodgeclaycenter.com/residency-info.php1 to 8 weeks special project residency; apartments $350 per month plus all living expenses and materials costs, paid by resident
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Santa Fe Art Institute (NM)Artists Residencieshttp://www.sfai.org/applications.htmlResidencies vary from one to three months. All residents receive private living quarters with a private bath. Visual artists are provided with a semi-private studio space for $1,000 per month Residency Fee. Financial aid packages - need-based scholarships and scholarships made possible by the Warhol Foundation, Witter Bynner Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts, Joan Mitchell Foundation and Pollock Krasner Foundation
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Sculpture Space (Utica, NY)Residency Programhttp://sculpturespace.org/residency-program/20 artists per year selected each year to receive $2,000 stipend; free housing and $100 transportation fee for NY state artists and one NJ artist - two months duration
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Schinkel Progressive Residency http://www.schinkel-progressive.org/Studio and living space in Berlin
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Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture (NY)Summer Artist Residency http://www.skowheganart.orgYounger, “cool” artists, very competitive, tuition fee applies but financial aid is available, reputation as “sex camp”. Very prestigious but more like school--unlike other residencies that give artists only space and time, this includes crits.
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Smack Mellon (NYC)Studio spacehttp://www.smackmellon.orgStudio space and $5,000 stipend in DUMBO, New York City.
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Soho20 (NYC)Studio spacehttp://soho20gallery.com/opportunities/artist-in-residence-studio-program/One residency at a time in coop gallery in NY. Women artists. 3 month residency.
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Soaring Gardens Retreat (PA)Artist Residencieshttp://www.lermantrust.org/gardens.htmlPreference will be given to group applications and to applicants requesting residencies of 4 to 6 weeks; emerging women artists encouraged to apply; all disciplines accepted
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Spiro Arts (UT)Artists Residencieshttp://www.spiroarts.org/residencies/eligibilityOffers housing, studio and a $600.00 stipend; fully subsidized live and work spaces; studios are semi-private and provide approx. 600 sq. feet of working space; accepts all visual artists in any media; requests a certain level of public engagement; April & May - month-long residencies;
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Stone Hill Quarry Arts Park (Cazenovia, NY)International Artists Residencyhttp://www.stonequarryhillartpark.org/artist_artist.htmResidencies average 2-4 weeks but an be longer; lodging is free - artist must supply own food, materials, transportation
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Stone House (CA)Artist Residencieshttp://www.stonehouseresidency.org/guidelines.htmUsually for visual arts faculties of colleges, universities and high schools. However, all serious artists and writers with professional standing in their fields or who demonstrate promise will be considered for invitation; four weeks during summer months; painting and drawing, photography, mixed media, sculpture; they maintain an internet presence for each participating resident artist; accomodations & studio provided; no stipend.
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Triangle Residency and Triangle WorkshopStudio space and residency programshttp://triangleworkshop.org/Biennial 2 week residencies in New York City and abroad. Dinner, studio space, living and some materials provided. Also, Triangle Residency provides studio space for long term residents yearly in DUMBO, NYC.
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Vermont Studio Center (Johnson, VT)Fellowshipswww.vermontstudiocenter.org/Multiple residencies usually between 2-12 weeks for painters/ mixed-media, sculptors, printmakers, photographers
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VCCA Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VA)Artists Residencieshttp://www.vcca.com/apply.htmlSummer session is June thru September; painters, sculptors & photography, film & video, performance art; no crafts. Room and board; private studio. Real cost is $180 a day but if accepted, pay what you can.
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VCCA & MAEF Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation (VA)Artists Residencieshttp://www.vcca.com/maaf.htmlOne month artist residencies for artists from 5 Mid-Atlantic states and US Virgin Islands.VCCA makes the selections, MAAF funds the residency, plus $250 travel subsidy. Summer session is month of June. General Fine Arts.
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Wassaic Project, (Wassaic, NY)Artist Residencieshttp://www.wassaicproject.org1 to 4 month residencies, 900$ tuition a month with some subsidized residencies at 300$ and 700$ a month. Provides studio, housing, studio visits and workshops. Lots of ties to NYC.
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Western Carolina University & Asheville Museum (Ashville, NC)Visiting Artist Summer Lecture Serieshttp://www.wcu.edu/pubinfo/news/visitartistsummer05.htm10 week summer residency; visiting artists will work with new MFA students.
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Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild (Woodstock, NY) Summer Arts Residencyhttp://www.woodstockguild.org/byrdclifferesidencies.htmVisual artists' 4 week sessions, June through September; cost $300; covers private bedroom in a lodge and studio space; atist provides own meals but has use of large communal kitchen
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Yaddo Corporation (Saratoga Springs, NY)Artist Residencyhttp://www.yaddo.org/All disciplines; no stipends but free lodging & workspace; usually 2-4 weeks, can be longer
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Yosemite Renaissance, Inc. (CA)Yosemite Nat. Park Artist Residencieshttp://www.yosemiterenaissance.org/artists-in-residence.html2-D arts, photo, film & sculpture - 1 week to 1 month residencies - currently on hold unitl 2009 or 2010
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Vermont Studio Center (VT)Artists Residencieshttp://www.vermontstudiocenter.org/residencies/2- to 12-week studio Residencies for 24 painters/ mixed-media, 12 sculptors/mixed-media, 2 printmakers, 2 photographers per month; private studio space appropriate to the medium, open 24 hours a day , simple, private rooms and board; access to model for life drawing; access to Sculpture Shop, Print Shop, or Darkrooms; the full fee for a 4 week residency is $3,750 but work-exchange-aid is available;merit-based full-fellowship grants available; one merit-based award open to all painters.



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