18th Street Arts Center is an artists’ residency program that provokes public dialogue through contemporary art-making. We value art-making as an essential part of a vibrant, just and healthy society. Through our artist residencies we are a contemporary art hub that fosters inter-cultural
The new 360 XOCHI QUETZAL artist residency is located in Chapala, Mexico on the shores of the largest lake in Mexico where the perfect year-round climate and stunning lake and mountain views have long established the region as an international artist mecca. Visual artists, musicians and writers
The Artist-in-Residence Program at Acadia National Park offers professional writers, composers, and all visual and performing artists the opportunity to pursue their particular art form while surrounded by the inspiring landscape of the park. In the spring and fall, the park provides housing to
A.I.R. (artist in residence) studio and efficiency apartment, located in Paducah, Kentucky’s Lower Town Arts District. A space for sabbatical and working vacation retreats for creative people. Rates are $850 per month and $530 for 2 weeks. Rates for shorter or longer stays can be arranged
One-month residencies open to are open to artists in a variety of media in the Spring, Winter and Fall. The deadline is March 31st. Visit website for more information, or contact the AIR coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Anderson Center accepts emerging and established visual and performing artists, writers, and scholars of all kinds from throughout the United States and abroad for residencies on its rural, historic estate.
Artist and scientist led, The Arctic Circle is an annual expeditionary residency program. The Arctic Circle brings together international artists of all disciplines, scientists, architects, and educators who collectively explore remote and fascinating destinations aboard a sailing vessel.
Art Kibbutz NY, the international Jewish artist colony will be launching its pilot residency program this spring at the spectacular Eden Village Camp in Putnam Valley, New York. The first season's theme is THE JEWISH WALTZ WITH PLANET EARTH. From May 1-22, 2013, outstanding Jewish artists from
Building on the esteemed reputation of the Art Students League of New York, the Vytlacil Artist-In-Residence Program provides support to emerging, established, and teaching artists by bringing them together with colleagues and masters for intensive focus through an international residency
Literary, visual, and performing artists worldwide are welcome to apply for monthly residencies. The center supports an exchange of ideas through opportunities to participate in workshops and exhibitions. The fantastic landscape offers inspiration to all and subject matter to others.