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DEADLINE: 12/1/23

We’re looking for individuals who are highly independent, engaged and curious. We do not limit our residency to any specific medium, but rather are looking for diverse artists who can creatively interact with The Mill.

We host three sessions annually and accept 2 – 4 residents per session. Accepted residents receive a stipend of $2,000 for 5 – 7 weeks, a $500 travel grant and private housing. We work with residents to share their work with the community (a gallery show, public workshop or other).




DEADLINE: 12/1/2023

The 42nd Symposium d’art contemporain de Baie-Saint-Paul (Quebec, Canada) will take place in 2024 with the theme Inhabiting the World: Art and Ecology. We invite artists in the visual arts to submit a proposal to create a project in one or a combination of the following media: drawing, painting, photography, video, sculpture, installation, digital technologies, sound art and natural elements (earth, wood, water, etc.). The projects can be produced indoors in a studio or outdoors on a chosen site according to the needs of the projects.

GRANT: $4,500




DEADLINE: 12/1/2023

Launched in 2019, The Schaufler Lab was initiated with the goal of exploring and elucidating the complex relationships among humans, machines, technology and the world from the perspective of the arts, humanities and social sciences. The Lab consists of the two pillars Schaufler Kolleg@TU Dresden (a research training group) and Schaufler Residency@TU Dresden.

The first funding phase (2020-2024) focused on Artificial Intelligence as factor and consequence of societal and cultural change. The resident artists were Christian Kosmas Mayer (2020), Anton Ginzburg (2021), Esmeralda Conde Ruiz (2022) and Rosa Barba (2023/24). In the second funding phase of the Lab (2024–2027) the central topic is "Data↔Worlds. Sociotechnical and cultural syntheses of new realities“. Fellows from the humanities and social sciences and the resident artists will conduct research on this theme in close exchange with scientists from the university's STEM disciplines (mathematics, natural sciences and engineering).

The Schaufler Residency@TU Dresden includes:

  • Access to a competitive array of institutes and workshops for artistic research

  • A stipend of € 3,000.00 (net) a month for 6 months

  • A studio at TU Dresden

  • Production support of up to € 10,000

  • Solo exhibition at the Gallery of the Office for Academic Heritage of TUD at the conclusion of the residency with a catalogue by a respected fine arts publishing house (Sandstein Verlag Dresden)

  • Assistance finding accommodation



In 2021, the city launched its first Participatory Budget. In this context, the inhabitants of Beaucouzé voted for the creation of an artistic journey including three works. Located at the green corridor of Echats, the artistic trail links several districts. The works were created by Benoit Pavie, Philippe Pousset and Stéphanie Abline.

The municipality wishes to be able to extend this route to make it a place of culture surrounded by nature. This is why it is launching a call for applications.

GRANT: $10,000




DEADLINE: 12/3/2023

Foundation House, located in back country Greenwich, CT, will open its doors for 10 days to six residents, allowing residents the time and space for concentrated creation in beautiful and inspiring surroundings. Foundation House’s mission as a non profit center for learning is to focus on health, wellness, the environment, and social justice. To that end, we will host residencies, workshops, lectures and other meaningful gatherings on these topics. At Foundation House, we believe that conversations about these critical topics are not complete without the input of artists and designers, and it is our privilege to be able to offer the space for creative people of all disciplines to work and therefore be a part of those conversations.

Each resident will be given a stipend, private bedroom and private or semi-private bathroom, all meals plus full kitchen access, and access to studio space, a wide variety of common areas, and 75 acres of land to explore and enjoy. Residents will eat dinner together every evening to ensure that they are building relationships and are familiarizing themselves with each other's work, facilitating feedback and collaboration. Our residency is a working residency.




DEADLINE: 12/3/2023

The SUBS support contemporary creation by welcoming around fifty artistic teams in residence each season. Theater, dance, music, circus, visual and digital arts... all the diversity of the contemporary scene has its place at SUBS, especially the aesthetic adventures that shake up our habits as spectators.

The SUBS welcome artists who are just starting out in their professional career as well as more experienced artists, independent artists and established teams, local artists and international artists.

The residency arrangements are deliberately variable to adapt to the needs of the artists, the nature of their project and their level of achievement.

GRANT: €4,000




DEADLINE: 12/4/2023

SU-CASA is a community arts engagement program that places artists and organizations in residence at senior centers across the five boroughs of New York City. The program provides selected artists with a stipend in exchange for creating and delivering arts programming for seniors. The program has two components: 1) artists will engage participating seniors in an art project or series of cultural programs over the course of the residency, and 2) the residency will include a public program component – exhibits, readings, performances, open houses or other cultural interactions open to the surrounding community.

Selected artists will work with the senior center where they are placed to refine project goals and coordinate a schedule for residency activities and the use of facilities.

Bronx Council on the Arts is proud to be part of this program on behalf of the borough of the Bronx. BCA will accept applications from individual artists seeking residencies at participating senior centers in the Bronx only.

Individual artists-in-residence will receive a stipend in the amount of $6,000, an additional $ 2,000 materials/supplies budget, and access to materials and supplies from Materials for the Arts. Individual artists are expected to provide 25 contact hours of activity and can apply directly to participate in the program without a fiscal sponsor.

All components of the application must be received no later than 11:59 PM on December 4, 2023. Applicants will be notified of their application status and, if selected, which senior center they will work with by the end of January 2024. Residencies will take place between January 1, 2024, and June 30, 2024.




DEADLINE: 12/6/2023

Pedantic is an arts residency that brings together an artist, a curator, and a writer under one roof for a collaborative arts experience. It is a unique invitation to open greater and more cross-disciplinary dialogue within the arts by re-embracing the significant impact that education, study, and structured contemplation can have on artistic output. It is focused on fostering artistic connections rather than production.

CDCP is seeking applicants with practices in either visual art, curating, or arts and culture writing. Individuals working across multiple practices are welcome, though we request you identify one field you are most keen to engage with while participating. Applicants must be non-Pittsburgh residents* and must be available to live in Pittsburgh at the Pedantic apartment for the duration of the program dates.

GRANT: $2,000




DEADLINE: 12/8/2023

The Newport artist residency, AiR/Newport is designed to encourage the creative, intellectual and personal growth of emerging to established visual artists and designers by giving them the time, space and solitude needed to create, apart from the daily demands of production and deadlines. Our hope is that some aspect of Newport County’s architecture, flora, history, or ocean front geography will result in resident artists further developing their current practice or the creation of new work. And in turn, we anticipate learning from those creatives who join us. In addition to having access to the Newport Art Museum’s collection and archives, we will introduce resident artists/designers to the leaders and rich holdings of other cultural and history museums in Newport, as well as Rhode Island’s universities and art schools. From its founding in 1912, the Newport Art Museum has valued art and artists as essential components of a vibrant, healthy and informed community and therefore we consider a community engagement activity, to be determined by the resident artists, a priority. We are committed to cultivating a culture of inclusion and believe the collective sum of our individual differences, life experiences, knowledge, identities, and histories help ensure that our Museum is, and will continue to be, a welcoming place for all.

Residency Length: 1 month (April, June, and October of 2024)

Number of Artists / Designers accepted: 3

Stipends/Other Support:

• $600 Honorarium

• $600 Travel Stipend

• $600 Meals/food shopping

• $600 Materials/Supplies/Equipment (any purchased equipment will remain with the Museum)




DEADLINE: 12/28/2023

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is pleased to announce an open call for four fully-funded residencies plus living and materials stipends of approximately $3,000 per month for talented, culturally diverse, economically disadvantaged young artists who are New York City-based. Applicants must be aged 30 or younger, identify as a person of color, and demonstrate financial need. Applicants cannot have received a grant from the New York Community Trust Van Lier fund prior to applying to this residency. Applicants must reside in one of the five boroughs of New York City.

The residency program includes 24-hour access to a private furnished studio space; and an exhibition or public project supported by ISCP staff and funding from the New York Community Trust. Residents will receive significant individual support for the development of a solo exhibition or public project, working with a curator. The curator will be selected in the early months of the residency.

Chosen residents also have the following additional benefits: regular studio visits from visiting critics; field trips to museums, galleries and other cultural venues; participation in public artist talks and semi-annual Open Studios; access to Materials for the Arts for free supplies and materials; and participation in professional development activities led by artists on topics such as the marketplace, legal matters, and funding. In addition, Program Interns will be available to assist artists when scheduling allows.

Residents become part of a growing network of international artists and curators who are ISCP alumni. ISCP residencies have often led to critical advancement in the practices of artists and curators in residence. Residents engage with ISCP’s unique and dynamic programming and creative community and join the roster of accomplished ISCP residents funded in the past by the Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund of the New York Community Trust, including Njideka Akunyili, Kevin Beasley, Abigail DeVille, Steffani Jemison, Martine Gutierrez, and Camilo Godoy, among others.

ELIGIBILITY: Visual artists who identify as a person of color working in all media are invited to apply. Applicants may not be ISCP alumni, residents in another studio program at the same time as The New York Community Trust Van Lier Residency, or enrolled in school. Artists must be age 30 and under, residents of one of the five boroughs of New York City, for a minimum of one year prior to application date, be eligible to work in the United States, and demonstrate financial need. All applicants should be a United States citizen or legal Permanent Resident of the United States, 18 years or older.




DEADLINE: 12/31/2023

The artist residencies are open to professional Visual Artists working in any discipline including but not limited to: sculpture, photography, painting, installation, and video.

Artists in residence must be available for four weeks between March and December 2024. (This can be split into two or more visits.) During the residency artists are expected to develop new work or new ideas responding to the unique site and surrounding areas, and engage with local artists and Artlink members. Resident artists are expected to actively create within the studio space for at least 20 hours a week and be willing to hold open studio hours with the public for a minimum of one day a week. Public engagement could be through presenting artist talks, workshops, demonstrations or other events.

Artists will be paid a residency fee of €7500/6000 for undertaking the residency. The residency fee covers all flights, accommodation, transport, materials, living expenses and artist’s fee. The selected artists are responsible for arranging their own accommodation and travel arrangements and managing their budget as appropriate.

There are two residency positions available. The residencies and the associated fees are allocated as follows:

1 x Visual Artist living anywhere in the world [INTL] €7500

1 x Visual Artist living and working in Ireland[IRL] €6000

The [INTL] residency is available to any artist living and working outside the Republic of Ireland, and the [IRL] Residencies are open to any artists living and working in the Republic of Ireland.


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