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Summit AIR

Summit AIR is a hybrid artist residency program focused on creative entrepreneurialism, social practice and group efficacy that invites ten individuals annually to explore ambitious artistic endeavors while living in beautiful Eden, UT. Visiting artists will immerse themselves in the surrounding nature of the expansive Wasatch Mountains while also connecting with visiting members of the Summit community comprised of the worlds top business leaders, innovators, athletes and philanthropists.

The Summit AIR program is a unique opportunity for working artists to develop their careers in the arts and meet new friends and collaborators while directly influencing the cultural fabric of the Summit Powder Mountain village. Each residency includes on-campus lodging with a kitchen and Wi-Fi, travel stipend, materials stipend, ticket to a Summit Mountain Series weekend and Ski or Mountain biking packages depending on season. Visiting artists are supported to engage with the local community in Ogden Valley by leading free workshops or lectures on Powder Mountain

Location

Eden, Utah: United States

Summit Powder Mountain is a new kind of residential community - one designed to be a locus of global inspiration and progressive change in the heart of the Wasatch Mountains. Set in a spectacular environment with four-state views and four-season recreation, Summit Powder Mountain will feature 500 single family homes; a central village of comparable scale; an extensive trail network; boutique hotels, lodges, condos, shops, and restaurants; innovation incubators; and education, music, science, art and micro-conferencing facilities. Within this community, the Summit AIR program will be the catalyst for artists to meet new benefactors, collaborators, patrons and friends.

Statistics

  • Residency Length: 14 Days
  • Average number of artists in residence at a time: 1-3
  • Number of artists accepted in most recent year: 10
  • Total applicant pool in most current year: 100

Eligibility

  • Artist Status: Mid-career Artists
  • Application type: Open application
  • Collaboration: Must apply and be accepted individually
  • Geography: Open to US artists, Open to non-US artists
  • Additional eligibility information: 

    http://www.summitair.org/apply/

  • Application deadline: November 15, May 15
  • Application Ongoing: No

Past Residents & Quotes

Past residents: 
Daniel Arsham, Shantell Martin, Hank Willis Thomas, Jenny Wu, Gemma O'Brien, Simon Beck, Mary Welcome, Jane Kim, Souther Salazar, Jeremy Collins, Frances Bodomo, Lily Kwong, Dallas Clayton
“I wrote music, contemplated existence and where I fit into the world as a human being.”
— Candace Lee Camacho
“Arts and culture are a key part of Summit and they will be a vital part of the DNA at Summit Powder Mountain.”
— Marshall Birnbaum

Facilities & Services

  • Housing: Private housing (individual apartment/cabin/house), Private bedroom in a shared housing facility
  • Meals: Some meals are provided
    Monday through Friday Lunch Program. 5 Star meals during Summit Hosted Weekend
  • Computer/internet access: Computer and internet connection provided in common area (shared), Computer and internet connection provided in living or studio area (private)
  • Companions: Pets Allowed, Spouses/partners allowed for full stay, Children allowed for full stay
  • Accessibility: no
  • Studios/special equipment: Book Arts, Ceramics / Pottery, Dance / Choreography, Exhibition / Installation, Painting, Photography (digital), Sculpture, Woodworking
  • Additional studio information: 
    4,000 Square foot workshop

Residency Fees

$25 to apply during open application periods.

Stipends / other support

$750 Travel Stipend, $2,000 Project Materials Stipend, 14-day Lodging, M-F Lunch Program, Admission to Summit Mountain Series Event.

Additional expectations / opportunities

Contact Information

3923 North WolfCreek Drive
Eden, Utah 84310
United States
Tel: 201 923 3450