The Plumbing Museum in partnership with J.C. Cannistraro (Boston’s largest mechanical construction company) invites one visual artist from the New England area to apply for a three month residency program. Selected artist will receive a 24/7 non-living studio space, $2000 stipend, full access to the Plumbing Museum’s collection and library archive, as well as recycled fabrication materials and access to mechanical construction equipment available upon request. The focus of the program is to support independent projects exploring the relationship between art and technology. A museum exhibition of the artist’s work will take place at the end of the residency.
Watertown, Massachusetts: United States
- Residency Length: 3 months
- Average number of artists in residence at a time: 1
- Artist Status: Emerging Artists
- Application type: Open application
- Geography: Open to US artists, Open to non-US artists
- Additional eligibility information:
Any artists 21 years old or older and not currently enrolled in an undergraduate or graduate degree program may apply.
- Application deadline: January 01
- Application Ongoing: No
Facilities & Services
- Meals: No meals/food provided
- Computer/internet access: Computer and internet connection provided in common area (shared), Computer and internet connection provided in living or studio area (private), Wireless Internet
- Companions: Pets Allowed
- Accessibility: no
- Studios/special equipment: Exhibition / Installation, Heavy metals / Blacksmithing, Painting, Photography (digital), Sculpture, Woodworking
- Additional studio information:The program provides resident artists access to the J.C. Cannistraro metal fabrication equipment (plasma cutters, welding and woodworking facilities) as well as recycled fabrication materials available upon request.