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Vermont Studio Center Offering Residencies for Visual Artists Affected by Hurricane Sandy

The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., as part of its Hurricane Sandy Emergency Relief Fund is collaborating with the Vermont Studio Center to assist visual artists who have experienced damage, losses, and/or displacement due to Hurricane Sandy by providing 4-week to 8-week studio residencies at the Vermont Studio Center in Johnson, VT. Eligible professional visual artists can be working in any discipline and must reside in Connecticut, New Jersey, or New York.

By providing a creative community of refuge in Vermont, these Pollock-Krasner/VSC residencies restore normalcy to a creative practice, ease the isolation that often accompanies displacement or disaster, and extend the “artists supporting artists” founding spirit of the Vermont Studio Center to those artists who were directly impacted by Hurricane Sandy. Impacts may include loss of work, loss of or damage to studio space, interruption of creative routine, or displacement.

Applications are accepted and awarded on a rolling basis with residencies scheduled beginning as early as January 2013.

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