Residency Programs Profiles

A new tool for artists and organizations to find and compare residency programs.

People eating by a window in a dining hall. There are large trees outside of the window.
People dining at Haystack Mountain School of Crafts' Dining Hall. Photo credit: Haystack Staff. 

Artist residencies provide artists, scholars, educators and other creative professionals with time, space and resources to work, individually or collectively, on the research and development of their practice. Click SEARCH on the left side, below the side navigation to access the search functions. Tag words and filtered searches help narrow results.

For Artists

For artists, the residency experience begins with research. By selecting tag words or phrases and filtering searches based on location, discipline, context, and more, artists will better understand differences in programs and determine which residencies might be a good fit. After creating a filtered search, users can save the list of results. This saved list then becomes a resource for artists throughout the research and inquiry process. Artists can learn more about the residency experience here.

For Residency Staff

Residency staff and arts administrators may use the directory to find and connect with similar programs based on geography, typology or context. The directory is also a resource for learning about the policies, strategies, and program design of other organizations. Like artists, residency staff and arts administrators can narrow their searches using tags and filters and save the results as a reference list.

 

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ACRE

Steuben, WI, United States

ACRE’s Residency Program takes place every summer in the Driftless region of Wisconsin.

Application Type
Open application

Art Omi

Ghent, NY, United States
Application Type
Open application

Artist at Sea

Newport, OR, United States

The Artist at Sea Residency provides the opportunity for a visual artist, writer or musician to spend 14 days on an oceanic research vessel interacting with a scientific team gathering data on the size structure and composition of zooplankton in marine food webs  off of the Oregon and Washington 

Application Type
Open application

Artist Family Residency

Shafer, MN, United States

The Artist Family Residency supports Artist Parents and Artist Youth alike with a one-week residency at Franconia during July. We support connection and creative expression for creative families.

Application Type
Open application

Artist Residencies

Newcastle, ME, United States

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts offers residency sessions that provide artists with uninterrupted time to focus on their practices in our state-of-the-art ceramics studio. During a session, up to sixteen artists form a creative community as they live and work together on campus.

Application Type
Open application

Artist-in-Residence Taipei

Zhongzheng District, Taipei City, Taiwan

An artist village is not a temple of high art – it is a forum rooted in real life. To put it more specifically, when you take up residence in an artist village, your line of sight will often shift between a local and an international viewpoint.

Application Type
Open application

Arts/Industry Residency

For more than forty years, Arts/Industry has been connecting artists with the resources, technology, and materials of Kohler Co., and providing a place to explore new ideas, processes, and perspectives. Artists from all disciplines are encouraged to apply.

Application Type
Open application

Athens Residency Program

new york , NY, United States

We are a non-profit organization dedicated to hosting visual artists and curators from all parts of the world to live and create in Athens, Greece, and the Bronx, New York —thereby facilitating a diverse influx of expression, production, and learning.

Application Type
Open application
Residency LengthOpen Calls
sARCAthens: Residency Program

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts

Omaha, NE, United States

Founded in 1981, by artists for artists, Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts facilitates the creation, presentation, and understanding of contemporary art through an international residency program, exhibitions, and educational programs.

Application Type
Open application
Residency LengthOpen Calls
3 months - 3 monthsOpen Call: Spring + Summer Sessions 2023
4 weeks - 6 weeksAlumni Open Call - 2023
3 months - 3 monthsSound Art + Experimental Music Open Call: Spring + Summer Sessions 2023
2 months - 2 monthsBemis Center for Contemporary Arts: Open Call Fall 2023

BLKSPACE

Brewster, NY, United States

Led by an all Black woman team, Interfest (Kristen Adele Calhoun and Nikki Vera) will curate BLKSPACE: two consecutive, weeklong residencies for Black creatives to use the full resources of SPACE on Ryder Farm however they see fit.

Application Type
Open application

CA+MP Residency Program

Upper Jay, NY, United States

CA+MP – creative arts + multidisciplinary performance – is the emergent artist-in-residence program at the Upper Jay Art Center.

Application Type
Open application