Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program
Set in the high plains of south eastern New Mexico, the residency programme was established in 1967 by Roswell artist and philanthropist Donald Anderson in conjunction with the Roswell Museum and Art Center. International visual artists apply for residencies of one year, including accommodation, a studio, board and a monthly stipend of US $800 along with $100 per month for every dependent living with the grantee. The studios are large, open spaces that measure approximately 20’x25’x10′. These areas are well-lighted and convertible to the artist’s requirements. Currently pay for the cost of art materials. Apply with a submission of fifteen to twenty slides of recent work and up to ten pages of supporting material (CV, reviews, etc), enclosing an SAE for return of submitted material. Application fee: US $25.