AIR NETWORK: AUGUST 2022
ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
DEADLINE: AUGUST 1
The Bemis Center is a process-based experience-residents have the ability to research, experiment, and explore free from expectations. Bemis residents enjoy generous sized, private live/work studios and have 24- hour access to installation and production spaces; the Okada Sculpture & Ceramics Facility, a 9,000 square foot industrial workshop used for large-scale sculpture fabrication; and a Sound Studio for rehearsing and recording.
CHEEKWOOD ESTATE AND GARDENS
DEADLINE: AUGUST 1ST
The Cheekwood Martin Shallenberger Artist-in-Residence program brings national and international artists to Nashville to create and exhibit site-specific works at Cheekwood, while allowing artists the opportunity to interact with staff, visitors, and the arts community throughout the creative process. With its renowned museum and gardens, Cheekwood offers the Martin Shallenberger Artist-in-Residence a unique resource which broadly reflects nature and sustainability within a global art practice. The residency program provides living arrangements for the artist while he or she are in residency.
DEADLINE: AUGUST 5TH
During each month-long residency, artists are personally introduced to nationally recognized curators, collectors, and gallerists for one-on-one studio visits, offering a one-of-kind opportunity for mentorship, insight, and perspective on their work. They are invited to experiment, investigate, and reflect, while being immersed in the local cultural landscape. Artists
-in-residence receives roundtrip airfare, living and working accommodations and a stipend. They meet local artists and explore Miami’s major museums, collections and galleries. Attorneys, financial professionals and business consultants are available for critical entrepreneurial guidance.
At the end of each month, Fountainhead welcomes the public into the residency to meet the artists, view their work, and learn what inspires them. In pursuit of supporting artists financially, works are made available for sale, and the organization works directly with the artist and honors any gallery representation agreements to facilitate these sales. Fountainhead’s proceeds directly support the program and its artist community, funding artist stipends, honorariums, and artist programs.
SAPPORO TENJINYAMA ART STUDIO
DEADLINE: AUGUST 8TH
This AIR program aims to support art collectives/groups creating and exhibiting new artworks/projects taking Sapporo/ Hokkaido as a starting point for various types of research; for example, learning folk knowledge, field research or engaging with local people.
Through the AIR program, Sapporo Tenjinyama Art Studio also hopes to build an international network of future projects and program partners.
SINGAPORE ART MUSEUM RESIDENCY
DEADLINE: AUGUST 15
SAM Residencies is a museum-run programme committed to supporting the development of innovative artistic and curatorial practices that respond to current global discourses. Developed in line with SAM’s vision of engaging local and international artistic communities across a wide range of disciplines, the programme will feature four residency types to support emerging and innovative practices, facilitate collaborations, and widen public understanding of art. The studio-based residencies will be open to artists, curators, art organizations and artist-run spaces, as well as community and education-focused art practitioners.
Designed to engage both the art community and the public at large, SAM Residencies will actively involve local communities and the public through a diverse lineup of activities. For the art community, it serves as an incubator for new approaches to artistic and curatorial practices through supporting dialogue within and beyond the field of contemporary art. It offers a platform for artistic experimentation and encourages the exchange of ideas and opportunities for future collaboration, as well as network building. The Residents will also be encouraged to interact with or involve local communities and the public in different ways, through presentations and programmes such as open studio visits, talks, and workshops.
These residencies will be open to those based in Singapore or internationally, and will take place in physical spaces in Singapore. Each residency will take place between a period of one and six months.
PETERS VALLEY SCHOOL OF CRAFT
DEADLINE: AUGUST 15TH
Through the generosity of the Maxwell/Hanrahan Foundation, Peters Valley is excited to once again offer fully funded guest artist residencies for the fall of 2022! A limited number of artists will be selected to spend either two weeks or one month each in our fully equipped studios immersing themselves in time dedicated to their craft. Our location in the picturesque Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area provides tranquility and inspiration in a supportive artistic community.
UNIVERSITY OF ARKANSAS AIR PROGRAM
FORT SMITH, ARKANSAS
DEADLINE: AUGUST 15TH
The UAFS Art & Design Artist In Residence (AIR) program, made possible by the generosity of the Windgate Foundation, offers visual artists and designers the opportunity to take up residence in Fort Smith, Arkansas, to meaningfully contribute to and participate in the creative culture of the UAFS Art & Design Department. Recipients will be active professionals in their respective fields and will encourage the growth and development of the UAFS curriculum.
This program seeks to enrich the student experience, breadth of knowledge, and connection to creative communities while providing meaningful support for our residents’ creative practice. Additionally, residents will have access to and can participate in developing interdisciplinary initiatives and interdepartmental programs across the UAFS campus. The AIR program at UAFS seeks to proactively uphold the value of diverse perspectives, identities, expertise, and experience; members of marginalized and historically excluded populations are encouraged to apply.
MAK-SCHINDLER SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
LOS ANGELES, CA
DEADLINE: AUGUST 16TH
The MAK Center Artists and Architects-in-Residence Program at the Pearl M. Mackey Apartments is a six-month residency offered twice annually to a total of six emerging international artists and architects. The main focus of the residency is on the purposeful long-term support of individual young artists and architects, and on creating new interdisciplinary opportunities and confrontations through lively exchange. This unique program is funded by the Federal Ministry of Austria. Arts and Culture, Civil Service and Sport (BMKOES), Division Arts and Culture, in cooperation with the MAK.