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Residencies

Two weeks in the south of France to edit a book of poetry. Three months in a mill building in Massachusetts to work on a film. A year in the mountains to sculpt. A semester in Taiwan to compose. With 100s of residency programs worldwide, the choice is up to you.

Virginia Beach, VA United States
Residency Length:
Non-member

The City of Virginia Beach Office of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the Department of Parks and Recreation and the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s Brock Environmental Center, is looking to engage an artist or artist group for an artist residency to create a site-specific, environmentally

Muncie, IN United States
Open application
Residency Length:
Emerging Program member

PlySpace is an artist-in-residence program in Muncie, Indiana, that is dedicated to offering visual artists, writers, performers, designers, and other creative individuals time and space to investigate and pursue their own practices. Additionally, it serves as a platform for experimentation and

Guerneville, CA United States
Residency Length: One to three months
Organizational member

Pond Farm is a special place, originally started as an artists’ colony in the late 1940s, then transitioned to Pond Farm Pottery, where studio pottery artist Marguerite Wildenhain lived, worked, and taught annual summer workshops. Her work and her teachings had a significant impact on the Studio

Hamtramck and Detroit, MI United States
Open application
Residency Length: 1-3 months
Organizational member

Popps Packing is a "laboratory for artists" - a grassroots neighborhood arts organization founded in 2009. Our mission is to create impactful arts programming and foster cultural exchange between local and international artist communities, while leveraging the unique features of our region,

Portland, OR United States
Open application
Residency Length:
Non-member

Launched in the spring of 2015, through funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, PICA’s Creative Exchange Lab is a residency program that promotes artistic exchange across disciplines, geographies, and fosters the development of new works. Reflecting a field-wide need for in-depth cross-

Peoria, IL United States
Open application
Residency Length: one to two months
Organizational member

The 2019 residency program at the Prairie Center of the Arts is open to printmakers, book artist and screen printers. The Prairie Center has hosted residents from six countries and from almost every corner of the United States. About 200 artists have been awarded a residency since 2003. 20+

Gualala, CA United States
Open application
Residency Length: 2 weeks
Emerging Program member

Project 387 is an Artist Residency located on 150 acres in Mendocino County that provides a multidisciplinary program offering a community-based living and working experience for artists. The project began in 2012 as an idea initiated by Allyson Feeney- an arts professional with experience

Bufallo, NY United States
Residency Length:
Non-member

Project Grant is a socially engaged artist residency program that is operated out of the home of artist, Tina Dillman, in Buffalo, NY. The residency hosts multiple artists over the course of each summer that work collaboratively to produce free public programming for disenfranchised communities

Hyattsville, MD United States
Open application
Residency Length:
Organizational member

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center supports artists working in printmaking, papermaking, and the book arts. The Center hosts artists through two annual residency programs:

Keyholder Residency

Pyramid Atlantic is proud to offer a three month residency opportunity for

Cambridge, MA United States
Residency Length:
Non-member

Through the Fellowship Program, women and men at the forefront of the sciences, humanities, social sciences, arts, and professions—all of whom have exceptional promise and demonstrated accomplishments—convene at the Radcliffe Institute for a full year. As fellows, they focus on individual