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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.

Bass Harbor, United States
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Non-member

The Mohawk Arts Collective provides a summer residency program on Mount Desert Island in Maine for artists developing work in all disciplines of live performance. Resident artists create and perform in The Barn, the collective’s waterfront performance space in Bass Harbor and live as a

Milwaukee, WI United States
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Residency Length: 1 year
Emerging Program member

The Pfister Hotel, known for its expansive Victorian art collection – the largest of its kind of any hotel in the world, proudly continues its artist in residence program for the third year. The program, which features a working art studio and gallery that is open to hotel guests and visitors to

Providence, RI United States
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Emerging Program member

The Steel Yard’s Residency Program is designed to assist emerging to mid-level artists in growing and strengthening their art practice in a supportive, cooperative environment through access to the Steel Yard’s studios and facilities. Participating artists have the opportunity to work together,

Sinthian, Senegal
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Organizational member

Thread is a site for artists from around the world to live and work in Sinthian, a rural village in Tambacounda, the southeastern region of Senegal. It houses two artists’ dwellings, as well as ample indoor and outdoor studio space.

The residency program facilitates the traveling to and

Columbus, OH United States
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The John E. Nance Adult Writer-in-Residence program was begun in 2012 by Sally Crane, in honor of her late husband, John E. Nance, a critically acclaimed photojournalist. As Associated Press Bureau Chief in the Philippines, Nance wrote 'The Gentle Tasaday', about a primitive tribe in the

Columbus, OH United States
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Organizational member

The Thurber House's Children's Writer-in-Residence offers one talented author to a month-long retreat in the furnished third-floor apartment of Thurber House in Columbus, Ohio. Besides having time to focus on his/her own writing project, the resident spends up to ten hours per week teaching

New York, NY United States
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Emerging Program member

Residency at the Crossroads is a new cross-disciplinary and collaborative residency program, in which artists are invited to experiment and engage with Times Square’s unique urban identity and users. Launching in Summer 2015, the program will host a series of 4 three-month residencies for New

Ely, MN United States
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Residency Length: 1-2 weeks
Emerging Program member

Tofte Lake Center is a creative retreat center for artists, scholars and thinkers of all disciplines located on the shores of Tofte Lake. From June through September, TLC offers 1-2 week creative residencies for individuals, artistic groups, and organizations who seek to create

Tokyo, Japan
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Non-member

Tokyo Wonder Site is a creative and communications platform for the city's arts. It develops more than conventional cross-cultural ex-change programs, as part of its role as a creative communications base supporting artistic activities that contribute to building of a new metropolis of

Toledo, OH United States
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Non-member

Since its opening in 2006, the Glass Pavilion has uniquely combined its role as the home of one of the world’s great glass collections with its place as a working glass studio born from Toledo roots. As the birthplace of the Studio Glass Movement, Toledo continues to play a pivotal part in today