Yaddo Artists in Residence Programme
websiteaddressYaddo, PO Box 395, Union Avenue, Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 USA
Yaddo is set in a woodland estate and provides a working environment for artists, writers and performers. Open to international visual artists and other art form practitioners, residencies of two weeks to two months are offered with accommodation, studios and meats provided. Residencies vary in length – the average stay is five weeks. The minimum stay is two weeks; the maximum is eight weeks. Artists are eligible to apply once each calendar year – either January 1 or August 1, but not both.There is no fee for residency. Yaddo's nonrefundable application fee is $30, to which is added a fee for media uploads ranging from $5 to $10, depending on the discipline. Application fees must be paid by credit card. Funds exist to provide limited financial aid to artists, based on need. Only individuals who have already been invited for visits may apply for financial assistance
Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
addressKimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, 801 3rd Corso, Nebraska City, NE 68410telephone00 1 402 874 9600
Artist residencies to both U.S. and international artists. Residencies range from 2-8 weeks. Residents are provided with housing and studios and receive a stipend of $100 per week. The Center can house up to five artists at any given time. There are two deadline dates: 1 September for January-June and 1 March for July-September.There is a $35 application fee.
Rakow Grant for Glass Research
telephone00 1 607 937 5371addressCorning Museum of Glass, One Museum Way, Corning, NY 14830-2253 USA
The Corning Museum of Glass sponsors a program which makes available one or more annual grants totalling up to $10,000. Individuals and institutions may apply. There are no national residency requirements, and the results of the research may be reported in any language, but preference may be given to projects which will bring researchers to Corning to study the Museum's collections or to use its Library. Also to projects which will be completed with the funding available, rather than to projects which will only be advanced by this grant. Projects which are a portion of a larger program, and which are already being funded by others, are unlikely to receive the award. To summarise: The judges are looking for a project which will lead to a finished product within the funding limits and whose research will bring the recipient to Corning.
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) / Workspace Residencies
addressLMCC/ Workspace, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, 125 Maiden Lane 2nd Floor, New York, NY 10038, USA
Workspace is a nine-month studio residency focused on creative process and professional development for emerging visual artists and writers. Through the program’s offerings, which include studio space, studio visits, talks and seminars, access to a network of peers, and public programs, Workspace encourages creative production, professional development, and community building in the early stages of an artist’s or writer’s career. Selected residents are expected to be active in their studio throughout the nine months—using it as a space for experimentation and dialogue.
LMCC has been able to address the critical need for affordable studio space in Manhattan by securing and adapting temporarily vacant office space Downtown in partnership with generous real estate owners. Since its inception in 1997 at the World Trade Center, Workspace has provided hundreds of artists and writers with studio space in some of the city’s most noted landmarks. Workspace studio locations change frequently, but are always located in Lower Manhattan. There are other types of residences available please refer to the website for more information.
Atlantic Center For the Arts residency programme
address1414 Art Center Avenue, New Smyrna Beach, Florida 32168telephone00 1 386 427 6975
Atlantic Center for the Arts is an innovative nonprofit artists-in-residence community that provides artists with an opportunity to work and collaborate with some of the world's masters in the visual, literary, and performing arts. The residency program brings together three Master Artists from different artistic disciplines (Master Artists may accept up to ten midcareer artists who engage in this cross genre exchange. The program includes master classes, individual critiques, opportunities for collaboration, and private studio time. It is an ideal setting for the exchange of ideas, the inspiration for new work, and the cross-fertilization of disciplines. The residencies last 3 weeks, and there are three deadlines a year, all international applications must arrive at ACA within 7 days of the deadline date posted. Participants are required to pay an $800 residency fee and a $100 administration fee. ACA is able to provide financial assistance to approximately 95% of participating Associates.
Elsewhere Artist Residencies
address606 & 608 S. Elm Street Greensboro, NC 27406
Elsewhere Collaborative, a living museum in downtown Greensboro, set within a three-story former thrift store, boarding house, Elsewhere residencies invites experimental creators to join our collaborating community in utilizing this immense collection of objects, no longer for sale and instead circulating internally, as material or inspiration for site-specific projects that become part of an endlessly transforming environment of objects and works. Each resident pays a $500 fee, funds their own travel, and participates in their food co-operative every week. Funded residencies are currently available through a small number of education fellowships and curated residency events. Residencies range in length from 3-5weeks.
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