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The Clay Studio

The Clay Studio Resident Artist Program offers individuals the opportunity to further develop their work, to establish professional contacts and standards, and to work within a community of like-minded individuals in an urban environment for up to five years. One of the longest ceramic residencies in the world, the Resident Artist Program allows artists to become successful members of the Philadelphia art community, while making national and international connections.

Location

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: United States

Statistics

  • Residency Length: 1-5 years
  • Average number of artists in residence at a time: 12
  • Number of artists accepted in most recent year: 1

Eligibility

Facilities & Services

  • Meals: No meals/food provided
  • Computer/internet access: Computer and internet connection provided in common area (shared), Wireless Internet
  • Accessibility: no
  • Studios/special equipment: Ceramics / Pottery

Residency Fees

$175/month, subsidized by a generous grant from the Windgate Foundation.

Stipends / other support

Additional expectations / opportunities

A residency at The Clay Studio includes: Personal studio space (approximately 185-195 sq. ft.) Use of four electric and two gas kilns (specs available upon request) A full stocked glaze mixing area Teaching opportunities One solo exhibition sometime after the artist has been in residence for at least two years Group exhibition opportunities Grant writing support from our development staff Professional support from the curator and other staff

Contact Information

137-139 N. 2nd Street
Philadelphia, 19106
United States