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September 11, 2017

PROVIDENCE, RI – The Alliance of Artists Communities is pleased to announce the...

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September 05, 2017

Over 100 artists, from as far away as France, England and Italy, have attended the Crosshatch...

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August 31, 2017

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Art Kibbutz is delighted to announce the launch of its first-ever spring residency program at Camp Eden Village – a spectacular 248-acre venue bordered on three sides by the wooded hills of Clarence Fahnestock State Park in the Hudson Valley, 50 miles north of New York City. The pilot residency provides participants with the power to shape an innovative new program, the only one of its kind to explore creative art, Jewish teachings and tradition and environmental awareness....

February 06, 2013

The NEA awarded more than $1 Million to artist residency programs alone in 2012, and the creation of the new Artist Communities category in 2009 has brought a significant increase in NEA funding to Alliance members and other residency programs.

While Artist Communities remains a small division within the NEA, the funding available to our field grows as more organizations apply to Artist Communities. It is truly exciting to have such a strong advocate for our field at the federal level...

Application Deadline: April 1, 2013

The I-Park Foundation (East Haddam, CT/USA) is pleased to announce its fourth international, multi-disciplinary Environmental Art Biennale to be held on September 21, 2013. The event will be preceded by an onsite residency. I-Park is seeking original, site-responsive projects from the following fields: visual arts, music/sound sculpture, performance, moving image/photography, architecture, landscape/garden design, language arts and inter-...

La Napoule Art Foundation (LNAF) will offer eight artists affected by Hurricane Sandy a month-long residency at the Château de La Napoule in Mandelieu-La Napoule, France. This program will bring together artists with diverse experiences of a shared event for reflection, exchange, and creation.

LNAF recognizes that the storm affected artists in a variety of ways. For many, Sandy created a financial burden from damaged studios, homes, materials, or artwork. For others, however, the...

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...