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Mediocracy Art Residency

Başiskele, Kocaeli, Türkiye

Helikon Art Center is the first international art residency of Türkiye has been organising art residencies, hosting exhibitions and engaging in several art activities since 2014. It is located near Izmit city of Kocaeli province, Başiskele district in Turkey. Helikon Art Center aims to host artists from all over the world in order to exchange ideas, create artworks together, open exhibitions and organize art events. Helikon has four bungalow style houses, which can accommodate twelve artists. All houses have  a bathroom and an open kitchen. Center also has two terraces, two tree houses, a big garden, common kitchen, dinner area, an atelier, art gallery and an office.

Contact

Düzlük Caddesi 29
41245 Başiskele/Kocaeli
Turkey

Year Founded
2014
Context
Rural
Residency Structure
Stand-alone
Embedded in a non-profit inn and retreat center
Residency Program Type
Studio-based (with housing)
Residency Length
15 days - 17 days
Languages
English
Average Number of Artists in Residence at a Time
12
Collaborative Residency
Must apply and be accepted individually
Discipline
Drawing
Installation Arts
Interdisciplinary Arts
Painting
Sculpture
Companions
N/A
Country of Residence
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Family Friendly
N/A
Stage of Career
Any stage of career
Additional Expectations/Opportunities
Donate a work of art
Participate in open studio with fellow residents
Give artist talk or presentation
Lead a skill share
How does your residency program support artists?
Access to studio space to create new work
Access to equipment, specialized facilities and/or technical support
Inspiration from natural environment
Inspiration from cultural context
Opportunities to exhibit or perform new work
Additional Eligibility Information

Is it the mediocracy that caused the society wide mediocrity, or the other way round?Hanna Arendt had already revealed and warned us about what ‘the banality of evil’ would unleash. So, what would happen when banality is itself banalized, when mediocrity itself becomes the standard mediocre? Mediocrity, will it entrench us into idiocracy or has it already done so? In this context, we would like to invite artists to our residence in order to question above.

Please send your CV, project plan, portfolio (preferably personal webpage) and statement of intend to helikonartcenter@gmail.com until 31st of May, 2024.

Number of Artists Accepted in Most Current Year
10
Total Applicant Pool in Most Current Year
16
Artist Stipend
0
US Dollar (USD)
Travel Stipend/Material Stipends
0
US Dollar (USD)
Residency Fees
27
US Dollar (USD)
Fee Details

Selected artists should pay 27 USD  for confirmation to their places in advance (last two years we encountered last time cancellations ungraciously. Please consider this amount will be for unlimited tea & coffee service.)

Grant/Scholarship/other Funding Support
0
US Dollar (USD)
Application Fee
0
US Dollar (USD)
Application Type
Open application
What does your program provide during the residency experience?
Pre-orientation
Orientation upon arrival
Is your campus wheelchair accessible?
N/A
Caregiver/Aide/PCA
Housing available on campus
Accessibility Contact Name
Alp Aslan
Accessibility Contact Email
helikonartcenter@gmail.com
Type of Housing
Shared bedroom
Accessible Housing
Inaccessible
Housing for Companion And/or Caregivers
No housing accommodations available
Accessible Communal Spaces
N/A
Additional Housing Information
Access to laundry in housing
WIFI available in housing
Meals Provided
All meals
Residents have access to private kitchen
Additional Meals Information
Vegetarian meal options can be requested
Computer/Internet Access
Wireless Internet (WIFI)
Studios/Special Equipment
Shared Studios
Exhibition / Installation Space
Painting Workspace (Oil)
Drawing Benches
Woodworking Tools
Wood Vises And Wood Working Table
Studios/Facilities Accessibility
Universally designed
Studio Support/Tech
Studios/facilities Details

Helikon Contemporary Art Association

Location

Düzlük Caddesi 29
41245 Başiskele/Kocaeli
Turkey

Helikon Art Center is the first international art residency of Türkiye has been organising art residencies, hosting exhibitions and engaging in several art activities since 2014. It is located near Izmit city of Kocaeli province, Başiskele district in Turkey. Helikon Art Center aims to host artists from all over the world in order to exchange ideas, create artworks together, open exhibitions and organize art events.Helikon has four bungalow style houses, which can accommodate twelve artists. 

Tag Words
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Languages
English

KODA Mental Health Residency

Governors Island Ferry View

Governors Island Ferry View

KODA on Governors Island

KODA on Governors Island

Exhibition view of Rowan Renee: Solo Exhibition. 2022. Photo by Argenis Apolinario.

Exhibition view of Rowan Renee: Solo Exhibition. 2022. Photo by Argenis Apolinario.

Exhibition view of Cynthia Tobar: We can’t be replaced/Nosotres no podemos ser reemplazades. 2022.

Exhibition view of Cynthia Tobar: We can’t be replaced/Nosotres no podemos ser reemplazades. 2022.

Exhibition view of Mildred Beltré: Working to get there. 2022. Photo by Argenis Apolinario.

Exhibition view of Mildred Beltré: Working to get there. 2022. Photo by Argenis Apolinario.

KODA on Governors Island

KODA on Governors Island

Governors Island Ferry View

Governors Island Ferry View

Governors Island Ferry View

Governors Island Ferry View

KODA Mental Health Residency

New York, NY, United States

KODA offers an artist residency program for two mid-career, female-identifying and/or non-binary artists who create conceptual and socially engaged work. The Fall 2024 residency will span from August 1-October 31, 2024. The program is placed under the theme of Mental Health.

Selected artists receive:

  • Studio space from August 1-October 31, 2024 on Governors Island
  • Optional residency exhibition on Governors Island
  • Honorarium in the amount of $1,000
  • Studio visits with art world professionals such as curators and art historians
  • Public engagement opportunities, with an additional honorarium of $250 per event
  • Professional development credit of $200
  • Monthly curatorial and production consultancy with KODA team
  • Networking and collaboration opportunities
  • Access to Materials for the Arts

APPLY: The Open Call for KODA Fall 2024 Social Practice Residency program placed under the theme of Mental Health opens on March 5, 2024. Proposals will be accepted between March 5, 2024 at 10:00 AM ET and April 10, 2024 at 11:59 PM ET. Two selected artists will be notified of the residency offer by May 3, 2024.

Contact

Governors Island, KODA/RU House 407b on Colonels Row
New York, NY 11231
United States

Year Founded
2019
Context
Urban
Suburban
Residency Structure
Stand-alone
Embedded in an arts or cultural organization (including theater + gallery)
Embedded in a national park or land trust
Embedded in historic site
Residency Program Type
Studio-based (no housing)
Thematic
Community-engaged
Research
Residency Length
3 months - 3 months
Languages
English
Other
Average Number of Artists in Residence at a Time
2
Collaborative Residency
N/A
Discipline
Acting
Animation
Architecture
Art Conservation
Art Education
Augmented Reality
Blacksmithing
Book Arts
Ceramics/Clay Arts/Pottery
Choreography
Computing
Costume/Fashion Design
Criticism
Dance
Digital Fabrication
Digital Media
Documentary
Drawing
Electronic Arts
Environmental Arts
Environmentalism/Conservation
Fiction
Film
Fine Metals/Jewelry
Glass Arts
Graphic Design
Illustration
Industrial Design
Installation Arts
Interdisciplinary Arts
Journalism
Landscape Architecture
Literature
Literary Nonfiction
Mixed Media
Moving Image
Multimedia Arts
Music
New Genres
Nonfiction
Opera
Painting
Paper Arts
Performance Art
Photography
Playwriting
Poetry
Printmaking
Public Art
Screenwriting
Sculpture
Social Practice
Sound Art
Storytelling
Symphony
Textile & Fiber Arts/Weaving
Theater
Translation
TV + Radio
Urban Planning/Design
Virtual Reality
Visual Arts
Woodworking
Writing
Country of Residence
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Family Friendly
N/A
Stage of Career
Mid-career
Additional Expectations/Opportunities
Participate in public programming
Participate in open studio with fellow residents
How does your residency program support artists?
Opportunity to be in another context
Unstructured time
Unrestricted funding
Access to studio space to create new work
Inspiration from natural environment
Professional development support and/or trainings
Opportunities to develop relationships with local or regional artists/arts organizations
Opportunities to collaborate with local or regional artists/arts organizations
Opportunities to collaborate with other artists/residents
Opportunities to develop relationships with other artists/residents
Opportunities for work with the local community
Opportunities to exhibit or perform new work
Additional Eligibility Information

Eligibility:

  • KODA’s residency program is targeted to mid-career artists working in all media and creating conceptual and socially engaged work. While the term “mid-career” is up to interpretation, we consider artists aged 30 years old or older, having a significant body of works spanning several years, with minimum 10 years of experience as professional artist, and minimum two solo exhibitions, as “mid-career”. They are often without current gallery representation.
  • Artists must be 30 years old or older.
  • We invite female-identifying and/or non-binary artists to apply.
  • Our 2024 residency theme is Mental Health.
  • KODA does not provide housing, transportation, or visa sponsorship.
  • We do not accept applications from students currently enrolled in school.
  • We do not require a BA, MA, BFA, or MFA.
  • We do not yet accept applications from collectives/collaborative groups.
  • We require the artist to devote a minimum of 20 hours per month to the Artist Residency.
  • We require Artists-in-Residence to participate in open studios at least once during their residency term.
  • We require Artists-in-Residence to attend monthly residency meetings.

 

Selection process: We will be accepting two Artists-in-Residence for the Fall 2024 Mental Health season. A jury of experts in the field, and KODA staff and board will take part in the selection process. Short-listed candidates will be notified by April 22, 2024. Accepted candidates will be notified by May 3, 2024, and announced on May 15, 2024.

 

APPLY:

https://koda.submittable.com/submit

Number of Artists Accepted in Most Current Year
2
Artist Stipend
1000
US Dollar (USD)
Travel Stipend/Material Stipends
Residency Fees
0
US Dollar (USD)
Grant/Scholarship/other Funding Support
Application Fee
0
US Dollar (USD)
Application Type
Open application
What does your program provide during the residency experience?
Orientation upon arrival
Is your campus wheelchair accessible?
Inaccessible
Caregiver/Aide/PCA
No housing accommodations available
Accessibility Contact Name
Klaudia Ofwona Draber
Accessibility Contact Email
klaudia@kodalab.org
Type of Housing
No housing provided
Accessible Housing
N/A
Accessible Communal Spaces
Inaccessible

Kaatsbaan Subsidized Residencies

A group of six actors rehearsing a movement sequence in a large studio space

A group of six actors rehearsing a movement sequence in a large studio space

Kaatsbaan Subsidized Residencies

Tivoli, NY, United States


Kaatsbaan residencies are in service of Kaatsbaan's mission to provide opportunities for artists of all genres to create, live, and collaborate in the idyllic countryside of the Hudson Valley. Providing a productive and creative working environment, Kaatsbaan residencies are individually designed between the artists, Kaatsbaan, and partners to fit the needs of the artists or company. Kaatsbaan is a year-round operation. All facilities are heated and air-conditioned.

Contact

120 Broadway
Tivoli, NY 12583
United States

Year Founded
1990
Context
Rural
Residency Structure
Stand-alone
Embedded in a non-profit inn and retreat center
Residency Program Type
Studio-based (with housing)
Residency Length
5 days - 21 days
Languages
English
Average Number of Artists in Residence at a Time
10
Collaborative Residency
May apply as a team
Discipline
Acting
Choreography
Dance
Digital Media
Drawing
Ecology
Electronic Arts
Environmental Arts
Environmentalism/Conservation
Fiction
Film
Interdisciplinary Arts
Literature
Literary Nonfiction
Mixed Media
Moving Image
Multimedia Arts
Music
New Genres
Opera
Painting
Performance Art
Philosophy
Photography
Playwriting
Poetry
Printmaking
Public Art
Screenwriting
Sculpture
Social Practice
Sound Art
Storytelling
Symphony
Theater
Visual Arts
Writing
Companions
Pets are not allowed
Country of Residence
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Family Friendly
N/A
Stage of Career
Any stage of career
Additional Expectations/Opportunities
N/A
How does your residency program support artists?
Opportunity to be in another context
Immersion in new culture and/context
Unstructured time
Access to studio space to create new work
Access to equipment, specialized facilities and/or technical support
Inspiration from natural environment
Opportunities to collaborate with other artists/residents
Opportunities to develop relationships with other artists/residents
Additional Eligibility Information
Number of Artists Accepted in Most Current Year
25
Total Applicant Pool in Most Current Year
75
Artist Stipend
0
US Dollar (USD)
Travel Stipend/Material Stipends
Residency Fees
10000
US Dollar (USD)
Fee Details

$10,000 per week provides exclusive access to state-of-the-art studios, a 160-seat black box theater, 20 guestrooms, kitchen facilities, and a 153-acre campus providing a breathtaking and paradisiacal artistic country home for creative action and achievement. Shared residencies are also sometimes possible.  Please inquire for details. 

Grant/Scholarship/other Funding Support
Application Fee
0
US Dollar (USD)
Application Type
Open application
What does your program provide during the residency experience?
Manual / handbook before arrival
Communication before arrival to discuss accommodations, medical conditions, or other health needs
Orientation upon arrival
Full description of accessibility on campus
Accessible seating
Is your campus wheelchair accessible?
ADA Compliant
Additional Accessibility Information

The Kaatsbaan studios and theater in the Studio Complex are located on one floor at street level in the historic village of Tivoli, New York. The Studio Complex is fully accessible to those using wheelchairs. There are volunteers present at every performance located at both the front door entrance and within the theater to alert for extra care needs. Kaatsbaan is committed to providing access to its website to people of all abilities. Good-faith efforts to comply with ADA guidelines have been taken, however, if you have any questions or trouble navigating our website, please contact us. 

Caregiver/Aide/PCA
Housing available on campus
Accessibility Contact Name
Olivia Shea
Accessibility Contact Email
info@kaatsbaan.org
Accessibility Contact Phone Number
How much of the residency experience can artists with limited mobility participate?

All

Please briefly describe the facilities and areas of the campus that are NOT accessible.

Some of our grounds are not easily accessible by wheelchair.  One of our kitchens is also not accessible.  

Type of Housing
Private housing on campus (individual apartment/cabin/house)
Private bedroom in a shared housing facility on campus
Shared bedroom
Accessible Housing
ADA Compliant
Housing for Companion And/or Caregivers
Housing available
Accessible Communal Spaces
ADA Compliant
Additional Housing Information
WIFI available in housing
Housekeeping services
Air Conditioned Housing
Heat and Cool control managed by resident
Meals Provided
Residents have access to shared kitchen
Residents have access to private kitchen
Computer/Internet Access
Wireless Internet (WIFI)
Studios/Facilities Details

Studio 1: With 160 raked seats and room for more, our black-box theater is ready for full productions, open and technical rehearsals, showcases, and works in progress. Music and dance performances, theater productions, film screenings, and storytelling and experimental events have been featured in this space. The performance stage is the size of the Metropolitan Opera’s stage and can be adjusted to need. Includes sprung floor and marley, piano, hook ups to sound system, video monitor, and stage-sized screen.
Dimensions: 60 ft x 65 ft x 24–14 ft (ceiling). Max occupancy: 342.

Studio 2: With an expansive floor drenched in natural day light, Horses Studio (named after the mural that hangs inside) is a dazzling rehearsal space that accommodates all manner of movement and usage. Rehearsals, special events, stagings, and classes are supported. Includes sprung floor and marley, mounted and portable barres, wall mirror, PA system, disco ball, and piano. 
Dimensions: 52 ft x 52 ft x 24–14 ft (ceiling). Max occupancy: 180

Studio 3: Our rehearsal studio is sized for small groups and gatherings on the lower floor next to our dining area and kitchen. Includes mounted and portable barres, wall mirror, piano, PA system, and rehearsal lights.
Dimensions: 37 ft x 33 ft x 9 ft (ceiling). Max occupancy: 99

Additional writing and visual art workspaces are also available.

Studios/Special Equipment
Private Studios
Shared Studios
Exhibition / Installation Space
Performance/Presentation Facilities
Theater
Dance Studio With Sprung Floor
Piano
Studios/Facilities Accessibility
ADA Compliant
Studio Support/Tech
Studio/facility orientation provided
Studio support provided by staff
Studio support provided by dedicated tech
Tech hours
On-call Studio support provided
Air Conditioned
Heat and Cool control access

Marathons: Intensive Workshops in Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture

Students in NYSS Clay Room making life size figures.

Students in NYSS Clay Room making life size figures.

Students in NYSS Drawing Room.

Students in NYSS Drawing Room.

Student drawing during Marathon.

Student drawing during Marathon.

Students working on collaborative mural.

Students working on collaborative mural.

Students in NYSS Drawing Room.

Students in NYSS Drawing Room.

Students painting in Westbury Gardens, with Graham Nickson.

Students painting in Westbury Gardens, with Graham Nickson.

Marathons: Intensive Workshops in Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture

New York , NY, United States

Marathons engage the practices of drawing, painting, and sculpture as direct methodologies for understanding one’s experience in the world. Open to artists of all levels, courses are taught daily in-person or virtually in real time from 9am–6pm ET. Participating artists are exposed to a wide range of process-driven approaches to making art, new visual languages, and experimentation, guided by extensive group and individual critiques. Marathons are offered five times a year: 10-day In-Person and Virtual Marathons are offered at the start of the Fall (September) and Spring (January) semesters and during Summer Session (June and July); Virtual 5-day Intersession Marathons are held mid-semester (November and March). The innovation and depth of these programs expand participants’ fluency with materials and lead to new ways of thinking that continue far beyond each program’s conclusion. Artists may also be interested in NYSS’ full-time Certificate program (in-person and virtual options).

Contact

8 West 8th Street
New York , NY 10011
United States

Year Founded
1988
Context
Urban
Remote
Residency Structure
Embedded in an arts or cultural organization (including theater + gallery)
Residency program within a school, college or university
Residency Program Type
Studio-based (no housing)
Experiential
Residency Length
5 days - 2 weeks
Languages
English
Collaborative Residency
N/A
Discipline
Drawing
Painting
Sculpture
Companions
N/A
Country of Residence
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Family Friendly
N/A
Stage of Career
Any stage of career
How does your residency program support artists?
Opportunity to be in another context
Access to studio space to create new work
Opportunities to collaborate with other artists/residents
Additional Eligibility Information

Application open to artists of all levels of experience.  

Artist Stipend
Travel Stipend/Material Stipends
Residency Fees
1800
US Dollar (USD)
Fee Details

Two-Week Marathon: $1,800
One-Week Intersession Marathon – $1,450

Grant/Scholarship/other Funding Support
Grant/Scholarship/Other Funding Support Details

Generous partial scholarships awarded during Summer Session Marathons in June and July. 

Application Fee
45
US Dollar (USD)
Application Type
Open application
What does your program provide during the residency experience?
Orientation upon arrival
Contact information and available accommodations for programs, events, and campus
Contact info for accessibility requests for event/programming
Is your campus wheelchair accessible?
Partially Accessible
Inaccessible
Additional Accessibility Information

For inquiries about accessibility, please contact info@nyss.org.

Caregiver/Aide/PCA
N/A
Accessibility Contact Name
Stephanie Bowman
Accessibility Contact Email
sbowman@nyss.org
Accessibility Contact Phone Number
Type of Housing
No housing provided
Accessible Housing
N/A
Housing for Companion And/or Caregivers
N/A
Accessible Communal Spaces
N/A
Meals Provided
No meals are provided
Computer/Internet Access
Wireless Internet (WIFI)
Studios/Special Equipment
Shared Studios
Dedicated Studio/Shop Technicians - Full Time
Exhibition / Installation Space
Ceramics Workspace
Plaster Room
Electric Kiln
Dedicated Metal Shop
Painting Workspace (Oil)
Easels
Drawing Benches
Dedicated Wood Shop
Studios/Facilities Accessibility
Inaccessible
Studio Support/Tech
Studio/facility orientation provided
Studio support provided by staff
Air Conditioned

The Foggy Bee

Location

195 Ficketts Point Road
Milbridge, ME 04658
United States

The Foggy Bee is offering 1-week collaborative retreat residency experiences. Up to 4 creatives may be present during any of the designated periods (or it could just be you).  Whether you are a painter, illustrator, photographer or writer, you'll find a special energy here that ignites your creative spirit. The studio offers 1100 sf of light-filled space on the water.  Retreat/residencies include nightly family-style dinners and accommodations (which has a full kitchen for other meals).

Phone
Tag Words
Artist-led
Artist-founded
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Communities Served
Adults
General Public
Languages
English

Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts

Location

443 Lakeshore Ave
Toronto Island ON M5J 2W2
Canada

Located on Mnisiing (Toronto Islands) in the former Toronto Island School, Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts offers space for more than 300 artists a year from across the globe to experiment and create art through self-directed and thematic residencies. In addition to hosting residencies, our long-term studios and event spaces provide space for a range of artists and organizations – all of whom contribute to the unique and collaborative atmosphere at Gibraltar Point Centre for the Arts.  

Phone
Tag Words
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Priority given to BIPOC artists (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)
Priority given to Disabled and Deaf artists
Priority given to LGBTQI2A+ artists
Priority given to Parent artists
Communities Served
Adults
Children under 5
Elders
Families
General Public
Indigenous/Native American Community
LGBTQI2A+ Populations
Migrant and Immigrant Community
People with Disabilities
School Groups
Languages
English

Self as Universe: Mending Our Collective Ecosystem

Poet Sunni Patterson standing on the forest with a orange dress

Poet Sunni Patterson standing on the forest with a orange dress

Self as Universe: Mending Our Collective Ecosystem

New Orleans, LA, United States

The climate crisis is an urgent global concern. Self as Universe: Mending Our Collective Ecosystem Residencies at A Studio in the Woods invite artists to explore the connections within our collective ecosystems and use the power of imagination to heal the wounds in the relationship between ourselves and our communities. Southeast Louisiana’s land and inhabitants are continually scarred by the effects of environmental degradation. These injuries – the historical to the present – affect our bodies, families, communities, and cultures, as well as the land and its other creatures.  We encourage artists to guide our collective response as the caretakers and caregivers to our universe while bringing wisdom, integrity, optimism, and even humor to intentional and timely projects seeking transformation for our species and planet.

Contact

13401 Patterson Rd
New Orleans, LA 70131
United States

Year Founded
2024
Context
Urban
Suburban
Rural
Residency Structure
Stand-alone
Residency program within a school, college or university
Embedded in a national park or land trust
Embedded in a non-profit inn and retreat center
Residency Program Type
Studio-based (with housing)
Retreat
Community-engaged
Residency Length
s - 6 weeks
Languages
English
Average Number of Artists in Residence at a Time
3
Collaborative Residency
Must apply and be accepted individually
May apply as a team
Discipline
Acting
Animation
Architecture
Art Education
Art History
Augmented Reality
Biology
Ceramics/Clay Arts/Pottery
Choreography
Computing
Costume/Fashion Design
Dance
Digital Fabrication
Digital Media
Documentary
Drawing
Ecology
Electronic Arts
Environmental Arts
Environmentalism/Conservation
Fiction
Film
Fine Metals/Jewelry
Glass Arts
Graphic Design
History
Illustration
Industrial Design
Installation Arts
Interdisciplinary Arts
Journalism
Landscape Architecture
Literature
Literary Nonfiction
Mixed Media
Moving Image
Multimedia Arts
Music
New Genres
Nonfiction
Painting
Paper Arts
Performance Art
Philosophy
Photography
Poetry
Printmaking
Public Art
Science
Screenwriting
Sculpture
Sound Art
Storytelling
Textile & Fiber Arts/Weaving
Theater
Translation
TV + Radio
Urban Planning/Design
Visual Arts
Woodworking
Writing
Companions
Pets are not allowed
Country of Residence
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Family Friendly
Residents granted leave during residency
Stage of Career
Any stage of career
Additional Expectations/Opportunities
Give artist talk or presentation
Lead workshop for the public
How does your residency program support artists?
Opportunity to be in another context
Opportunity to travel
Immersion in new culture and/context
Research support
Art production support
Access to studio space to create new work
Access to equipment, specialized facilities and/or technical support
Inspiration from natural environment
Inspiration from cultural context
Opportunities to develop relationships with local or regional artists/arts organizations
Opportunities to collaborate with local or regional artists/arts organizations
Opportunities to collaborate with other artists/residents
Opportunities to develop relationships with other artists/residents
Opportunities for work with the local community
Opportunities to exhibit or perform new work
Additional Eligibility Information
Number of Artists Accepted in Most Current Year
10
Total Applicant Pool in Most Current Year
150
Artist Stipend
3000
US Dollar (USD)
Travel Stipend/Material Stipends
2000
US Dollar (USD)
Residency Fees
0
US Dollar (USD)
Grant/Scholarship/other Funding Support
Application Fee
25
US Dollar (USD)
Application Type
Open application
What does your program provide during the residency experience?
Pre-orientation
Manual / handbook before arrival
Communication before arrival to discuss accommodations, medical conditions, or other health needs
Orientation upon arrival
Contact information and available accommodations for programs, events, and campus
Written and or hard copies of text being presented
Staff/volunteer giving directions
Staff/volunteer providing guidance to help locate facilities or activities
Contact info for accessibility requests for event/programming
Is your campus wheelchair accessible?
ADA Compliant
Partially Accessible
Additional Accessibility Information

We are committed to accessibility and have hosted both program attendees and artist residents with disabilities and have made the necessary modifications to our existing facilities to accommodate them. Please contact Cammie Hill-Prewitt at info@astudiointhewoods.org if you have questions about accessibility.

Caregiver/Aide/PCA
N/A
Accessibility Contact Name
Cammie Hill-Prewitt
Accessibility Contact Email
info@astudiointhewoods.org
Type of Housing
Private housing on campus (individual apartment/cabin/house)
Private bedroom in a shared housing facility on campus
Accessible Housing
ADA Compliant
Partially Accessible (50% or more)
Housing for Companion And/or Caregivers
No housing accommodations available
Accessible Communal Spaces
ADA Compliant
Additional Housing Information
Access to laundry on campus
WIFI available in housing
Air Conditioned Housing
Heat and Cool control managed by resident
Meals Provided
Residents have access to shared kitchen
Food stipend provided
Computer/Internet Access
Wireless Internet (WIFI)
Ethernet provided in common area
Ethernet provided in living or studio area
Studios/Special Equipment
Private Studios
Shared Studios
Exhibition / Installation Space
Performance/Presentation Facilities
Ceramics Workspace
Slab Roller
Clay Mixers
Anvils, Stakes + Hammers
Printers + Scanner
Painting Workspace (Oil)
Light Tables
Large Sinks
Quilting Machine
Washer And Dryer
Dedicated Wood Shop
Woodworking Tools
Wood Bending Equipment
Studios/Facilities Accessibility
ADA Compliant
Partially Accessible (50% or more)
Studio Support/Tech
No studio support provided

SUMMER RESIDENCY FOR VISUAL ARTISTS

2021 Fall Resident Julia Forrest in gardens

2021 Fall Resident Julia Forrest in gardens

SUMMER RESIDENCY FOR VISUAL ARTISTS

Stone Ridge, NY, United States

SUMMER RESIDENCY FOR VISUAL ARTISTS
AUGUST 5TH -AUGUST 12TH, 2024

THE HORTUS RESIDENCY PROGRAM IS OPEN TO ESTABLISHED AND EMERGING VISUAL ARTISTS

WHO ARE EXPLORING THEMES OF NATURE AND/OR THE HUMAN CONNECTION WITH NATURE.

 

About the residency – The Hortus Residency is open to established and emerging artists exploring the themes of nature and/or the human connection with nature.

Hortus Arboretum & Botanical Garden is an accredited botanical garden and arboretum located in the lower Hudson Valley.

It was established by two artists turned gardeners. This residency was formed to provide opportunities for artists whose work focuses on nature. The residency will allow artists access to the botanical garden as part of their residency experience.

Housing: The Barnette is a small house situated in the hamlet of Stone Ridge located in the lower Catskill mountains of New York state. The Barnette is situated in a rural region on the edge of the Hortus gardens, surrounded by woods and overlooking NY state-protected wetlands. The Barnett is a greenhouse with solar panels, heat on demand, a wood stove, a 1-large bedroom, a modern bathroom, air conditioning, and an outside deck. It has easy access to the Hortus Arboretum & Botanical Garden. The Barnette has Hi-Speed Internet. Smoking is not permitted on the property.

Meals: Residents make and provide their own meals. The Barnette has a fully stocked kitchen.

 

Contact

76 Mill road
Stone Ridge, NY 12484
United States

Year Founded
2018
Context
Rural
Residency Structure
Stand-alone
Residency Program Type
Thematic
Research
Experiential
Residency Length
1 week
Languages
English
Average Number of Artists in Residence at a Time
1
Collaborative Residency
May apply as a team
Discipline
Drawing
Environmental Arts
Illustration
Installation Arts
Mixed Media
Moving Image
Multimedia Arts
Painting
Paper Arts
Photography
Printmaking
Public Art
Sculpture
Sound Art
Textile & Fiber Arts/Weaving
Visual Arts
Companions
Pets are not allowed
Country of Residence
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
Family Friendly
Spouses/partners allowed for full stay (non-collaborators)
Stage of Career
Any stage of career
Additional Expectations/Opportunities
N/A
How does your residency program support artists?
Opportunity to be in another context
Unstructured time
Inspiration from natural environment
Opportunities to exhibit or perform new work
Other
Number of Artists Accepted in Most Current Year
3
Total Applicant Pool in Most Current Year
75
Artist Stipend
0
US Dollar (USD)
Travel Stipend/Material Stipends
0
US Dollar (USD)
Residency Fees
35
US Dollar (USD)
Fee Details

Application fee is $35

Grant/Scholarship/other Funding Support
0
US Dollar (USD)
Application Fee
35
US Dollar (USD)
Application Type
Open application
Is your campus wheelchair accessible?
Inaccessible
N/A
Caregiver/Aide/PCA
N/A
Accessibility Contact Name
Allyson Levy
Accessibility Contact Email
allysonlevyartist@gmail.com
Type of Housing
Private housing on campus (individual apartment/cabin/house)
Accessible Housing
Inaccessible
Housing for Companion And/or Caregivers
No housing accommodations available
Accessible Communal Spaces
N/A
Meals Provided
Residents have access to private kitchen
No meals are provided
Computer/Internet Access
Wireless Internet (WIFI)
Studios/Facilities Details

Although we do not offer a "studio" artists have an outdoor deck with a table that can be utilized. There are also a few tables in the house that can be used as needed. We try to accomodate artists and their needs, so please let us know if there is something that you specifically need for your residency ahead of time.

Studios/Facilities Accessibility
N/A
Studio Support/Tech
Air Conditioned
Heat and Cool control access

Sibyls Shrine

Location

Beyond*
Pittsburgh, PA 15221
United States

Sibyls Shrine is a network of Black artists who m/other in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania— and beyond. We are an art collective and residency program rooted in our own radical care, rest and support.

 

We support Black artists who m/other at all levels in their careers. There is no age limit to join our group. There are no rules, no barriers to entry, and no expectations. All are permitted regardless of their media or discipline, how long they've been making, whether they practice full or part time.

Tag Words
Artist-led
Artist-founded
BIPOC-founded (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)
Open to artists based anywhere in the world
BIPOC-led (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)
Priority given to BIPOC artists (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)
Priority given to Parent artists
Partial Funding Available
Funding available for BIPOC Artists (Black, Indigenous and People of Color)
Funding available for Parent artists
Communities Served
Adults
Families
LGBTQI2A+ Populations
Migrant and Immigrant Community
People with Disabilities
Unhoused population
Languages
English