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DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

During a 10-day residency at Wave Farm, artists develop new transmission artworks, informed by access to a research library, equipment, unique workspace resources, and on-site staff support. 

In 2024, the Wave Farm Residency Program will emphasize “Live Performance for an Expanded Studio Audience.” Each residency will conclude with a public event at Wave Farm, which is also a live radio broadcast on Wave Farm Radio: WGXC 90.7-FM Radio for Open Ears in NY’s Upper Hudson Valley.

An artist fee of $1,000 will be provided to each resident artist.




DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

De Ateliers is open for applications for the next working year, starting September 2024.

De Ateliers is an artists’ institute open to artists at the beginning of their professional career. It offers a two year studio and tutoring programme that is best tailored to the needs of highly motivated artists who wish to strengthen their artistic foundation, develop their ideas and deepen their practice in a focused, critical environment among peers from around the globe. The programme is centered around weekly individual studio conversations, with regular and guest tutors, most of whom are practicing artists. The aim is to create a better understanding of one’s artistic position and process by offering a multiplicity of perspectives and critical feedback.

The individual and intensive nature of the De Ateliers programme, with weekly one-on-one studio visits by tutors on Tuesdays, demands a highly motivated and committed attitude. For those artists who are actively looking for regular critical feedback and who have an open attitude towards a wide range of artistic voices and opinions, the generous time and space the De Ateliers programme offers, can produce a life-changing experience.

De Ateliers is a small scale institution with 20 spacious studios, housed in a monumental building in the center of Amsterdam. In addition to the individual studio spaces, it offers access to basic workshop facilities, a library, public programs and connections to relevant art and knowledge institutions in Amsterdam and beyond. To facilitate and support their stay in Amsterdam, participants at De Ateliers are able to get access to shared housing, and stipends to cover basic costs of living.





DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

The California Institute of Technology (Caltech) seeks applications for an artist residency, which is part of the Caltech-Huntington Program in Visual Culture, managed by Caltech’s Division of the Humanities and Social Sciences in coordination with The Huntington Library, Art Museum, and Botanical Gardens (“The Huntington”). The Art + Research Residency Program provides an artist the opportunity to develop a project in conversation with the Caltech and Huntington research communities and to work especially with Caltech students. It supports artists and other creative practitioners whose work involves research and experimentation and engages art, humanities, science, and technology in society. We are particularly interested in artists whose work engages with social justice issues. 

Residency duration and dates: four months full time during Academic Year 2024-2025 (September 30, 2024-June 18, 2025), starting approximately one month prior to one of Caltech’s three academic quarters (Fall, Winter, or Spring).

FOUNDING AND RESOURCES : The maximum support available for the 4-month residency is an all-inclusive stipend of $35,000. The selected applicant may request a lower stipend in exchange for housing support and/or reimbursement for expenses. Housing is not provided, though the artist-in-residence will have access to Caltech rental properties (availability varies).




DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

The Hayama Artist Residency application is open to any visual artist over 21 years old, working in any medium—based anywhere in the world, regardless of race, gender, culture, or religion. We can only accept applications in English at this time. It is our goal to offer applications in other languages in the future.

If you are selected for the residency, you will receive a roundtrip flight to Narita International Airport (Narita) or Tokyo International Airport (Haneda), and shared accommodations for 4 weeks. Each artist-in-residence will receive a weekly allotment of $200 USD for meals and local transportation.

A key component of Hayama Artist Residency is a group exhibition during your stay to highlight your work and that of the other participating artists. We have partnered with KOKI ARTS, a contemporary art gallery located in Bakurocho, an art district in Tokyo, to host the residency exhibition. If you are accepted into the residency, our curatorial team and the director of KOKI ARTS will coordinate the selection of your work, a consignment agreement, shipping and insurance. 




DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

The Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown has supported emerging writers and artists for over 50 years, granting 10 annual fellowships to visual artists and 10 annual fellowships to writers for a seven-month residency that runs from October 1 - April 30. Fellows are selected through a rigorous jury process. Visual Arts Fellows are provided with a private furnished apartment and a separate work studio of approximately 400 sq ft. Fellows are awarded a $1250 monthly stipend plus a $1000 exit stipend to support relocation at the end of the Fellowship. The Fine Arts Work Center Visual Arts Fellowship counts among its alumni Sam Messer, Sarah Oppenheimer, Tala Madani, Troy Michie, Jennie Livingston, Jennifer Packer, Ellen Gallagher, Firelei Báez, and other critically acclaimed artists, many of whom have gone on to receive the highest commendations in contemporary art.




DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

Contemporary Craft offers two types of National Residencies (for artists living outside of a 100 mile radius of Pittsburgh, PA).  A Short Term Residency for a period of one month, and a Long Term Residency for a period of six months.  All National Artists-in-Residence will receive free furnished housing in a four bedroom home just a quick three-minute drive from Contemporary Craft, a private work space at Contemporary Craft, and access to our fully equipped Studio spaces.




DEADLINE: 2/1/2024

Providenza is an artists' residence located immersed in nature in the middle of the mountains in Corsica whose aim is to promote contemporary creation by breaking down barriers between disciplines and cultures.

Designed as a life-size field of experimentation, Providenza offers an exceptional working environment where the connection to nature is a source of creativity, concentration, care and rest.

Its flagship program consists of an annual five-week residency open to all disciplines, all nationalities, established artists as well as emerging artists.

Particular attention is paid to projects in cinema, musical composition or other disciplines which maintain a critical and sensitive relationship with the intertwining of contemporary political and environmental issues, particularly in the complex relationships which are woven between the living, human societies and technology.





The call for applications for Villa Albertine’s 2025 residency season is open until February 1, 2024. From January to December 2025, Villa Albertine will support 50 one-to-three-month-long exploratory residencies across the United States. These residences will be primarily anchored in a single city with the option of multi-city stays for select projects.

Through the concept of exploratory residencies, Villa Albertine invites participants to explore a territory and to meet key local actors in order to enrich an original artistic or intellectual reflection which could not be developed otherwise. Such residencies are not intended to be conducted behind closed doors but rather act as probing field work that inspires and forges new bonds.

The project can either be a new proposal conceived for Villa Albertine or a continuation of research that the applicant has conducted before arriving in the US. In both cases, the raison d’être of the project is its relation to  the location of the residency. Meetings, events, and visits should contribute to the work carried out. The exploratory residency should also inspire exchanges and relationships for the future and help refine an approach and deepen reflection. Although the residency involves presenting something, in a particular form, it does not have to be centered on a specific deliverable, notably material, as would be the case for a production residency.

This program is designed and managed by Villa Albertine, a French institution in the United States  dedicated to the arts and ideas, created by the French Ministry of Europe and Foreign Affairs, with the support of the French Ministry of Culture.




DEADLINE: 2/1/2024 

The Cob Award is designed to offer early-mid-career artists of any age and nationality an opportunity to develop their artistic practice and realise ambitious projects within our contemporary London art gallery. 


Award winners will receive £8,000 to produce a new body of work, access to a bespoke on-site studio space, eight-weeks of professional development through curated studio visits with Cob's extensive network and a final presentation of their work within the gallery. 


Each residency cycle will run for eight-weeks and consist of one artist selected by an esteemed judging panel.




DEADLINE: 2/8/2024

Mattress Factory is pleased to announce our International Open Call for artists-in-residence. Each artist will produce a solo exhibition of new work at the museum.  


This opportunity is free and open to artists of any medium from anywhere in the world. A distinguished panel of Mattress Factory alumni artists will jury this call, continuing our commitment to centering artist voices. The Artist Review Panel consists of Jon Rubin, Harrison Kinnane Smith, and Julie Schenkelberg. The panel will review submissions and select artists for residencies and solo exhibitions at Mattress Factory in 2025 and 2026. 

During their residency, artists are free to explore wherever their process leads them while they live and work on Pittsburgh’s Northside. Mattress Factory supports each artist’s process from development through production, installation, and exhibition by providing the following: 

  • Artist honorarium*  

  • Production and materials budget*  

  • Transportation to and from Pittsburgh  

  • Accommodation in Mattress Factory residence** 

  • Per diem during on-site installation  

  • Fabrication and production support




DEADLINE: 02/8/2024

Künstler:innenhaus Büchsenhausen is a postgraduate center for production, research, and exchange in the fields of visual arts and art theory. Within the framework of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory, the institution provides a platform that facilitates the development and production of artistic and art-theoretical projects in a critical context. At the same time, it provides a forum for direct exchange between professionals – artists, theorists, critics, and curators – from the region and abroad, as well as a point of interaction with local, interested audiences. Künstler:innenhaus Büchsenhausen is a section of the Künstler:innen Vereinigung Tirol, the main association of visual artists from the region.

Büchsenhausen brings together two programs under one roof. On the one hand, it is the site of the Fellowship Program for Art and Theory. On the other hand, it is the location of several studios for artists based in Tyrol who are looking for a working space in a professionally interesting environment. Four apartment studios are used by the participants in the Fellowship Program. The other six studios are available to artists based in Tyrol. The project and presentation space is equipped with multimedia facilities and is at the fellows‘ disposal.


  • a money award of EUR 4,000

  • an individual studio for working and living, furnished with a large shared kitchen

  • a production budget for the realization of the submitted proposal;

  • a budget for inviting experts to Büchsenhausen for the purpose of professional exchange

  • a budget for (at least partially) covering the own travel costs (in relation to the Fellowship Program)

  • the opportunity to present the produced work in a curated group exhibition at the end of the fellowship


  • free access to the Lab, the project/gallery space

  • free use of the available multimedia production equipment in the ‚Lab‘

  • free Highspeed-DSL/WLAN Internet access

  • professional artistic and art-theoretical advice

  • technical advice if required




DEADLINE: 2/10/2024 

About 300 artists in seven disciplines are awarded Fellowships each year and the sole criterion for acceptance is artistic excellence. There are no residency fees, and need-based stipends and travel reimbursement grants are available to open the residency to the broadest possible community of artists.

MacDowell encourages applications from artists of all backgrounds and all countries in the following disciplines: architecture, film/video arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature, music composition, theatre, and visual arts. Any applicant whose proposed project does not fall clearly within one of these artistic disciplines should contact the admissions department for guidance. We aim to be inclusive, not exclusive in our admissions process.





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.  

Foundation House is committed to diversity and inclusion, and we prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind.




DEADLINE: 2/11/2024

For 2024, Utter Nonsense, Original Errant and The Excelsior Trust are partnering with a Residency onboard a Lowestoft fishing smack, the Excelsior, sailing three weeks from Orkney, to the Faroe Islands and Shetland. The voyage to take place between 23rd May to 11th June 2024.

The North Atlantic Islands Residency provides established artists and young innovators the opportunity to explore the emotional dynamics of being at sea, personal disciplines, 

fieldwork study, knowledge exchange, plus working towards a collaborative project, exhibition and publication for 2025.

Life onboard the Excelsior is fully funded. Participants must self fund and arrange travel to and from the Residency, plus all costs while ashore. Participants to make a £200 donation to The Excelsior Trust before taking part in the Residency.




DEADLINE: 2/15/2024 

The mission of the Roman J. Witt Residency Program is to support the production of new work at the University of Michigan. The program awards one residency per academic year for a visiting artist/​designer to develop a new work in collaboration with the Stamps School and University of Michigan community. To make visible the creative process through the creation of a defined work from concept to completion, is a central tenet of the residency. The residency is expected to culminate in the realization of the proposed work, as well as its presentation.

The 2024 – 2025 Witt Residency is organized in partnership with the Stamps Gallery, a public center for contemporary art and design in downtown Ann Arbor, part of the Stamps School of Art & Design, at the University of Michigan. The Stamps Gallery opened in 2017 after years of being located in three disparate campus spaces. Building on the school’s strong tradition of excellence, thought leadership, and community engagement, our goal is to develop innovative and scholarly exhibitions, publications, and public programs that foster inclusive platforms for presentation, discussion, and inquiry into the urgent questions and concerns of our time. The Gallery is an incubator and lab for contemporary artists and designers to explore ideas and projects that catalyze positive social change. A commitment to social justice informs the work of developing exhibitions, programs, and publications with a goal to inspire new ways of looking, making, and thinking. Stamps Gallery also partners with faculty and students to develop and present exhibitions and programs that examine the potential role of art & design to create a more just and equitable community.

The residency will consist of a making period of up to 12 weeks in residence during the 2024 – 2025 academic year, followed by an exhibition period. The culminating exhibition will open early in the fall of 2025 and will occupy the Stamps Gallery— with possibilities for additional programming to extend beyond the gallery space. Plans should show consistency conceptually regarding the inherent overall structure of the project, have a strong visual impact and potential for engagement. This, along with the proposed work, will strongly determine selection of the artist/​designer.

GRANT: $20,000 + $5,000 Budget




DEADLINE: 2/15/2024

Artists will have the opportunity to work in different local artists ateliers and have the accompaniment of the R.A.R.O. team and of a guest curator and, as a closing event, there will be the possibility of showing their work in an exhibition with other residents. Simultaneously, meeting activities will be held, some virtual and some face-to-face, always following the protocols and measures established in terms of public health both for the work in the ateliers of our network, as well as for the closing exhibition.

The residencies must have a minimum duration of 3 weeks + a sample week.




DEADLINE: 2/15/24

This international residency programme organized by the production company FREESAM is a opportunity with a limited capacity for artistic work in an unique environment. It draws on the founders’ many years of experience of working in the field of culture and the arts. Its main goal is to draw attention to the unique, dramatic, and well-preserved nature of the Azores and make it possible for artists across genres to draw inspiration for their work from the specific atmosphere of Pico Island.

The programme is designed for artists who are at least three years out from a school of arts and who have done at least two solo exhibitions or presentations. The residency consists of a one-month stay at Pico Island, during which a unique work of art will be created that reflects Czech-Portuguese relations, the Azores, and their importance in the international context, or whose contents supports protection of the environment of the Azores. The resident will leave the resulting work to FREESAM, which will then use it to present the Programme in the public space at the project venue. 

The residency programme includes:

  • Simple accommodation in a renovated historic mill.

  • Round-trip airfare to and from the Azores.

  • A monthly allowance of EUR 1,000 per person or EUR 1,500 for an artistic couple.

  • A production budget of EUR 200.

  • Basic tools and equipment on site.

  • One paid whale and dolphin-watching trip.

  • Climb to the volcano.




DEADLINE: 2/15/2024

Established in 2021, Long Meadow Art Residency (LMAR) is a passion project of founders David Feldman and Jennifer Herman-Feldman. First and foremost, they are true lovers of art and artists. Their continued support of artists through all phases of their creative journey is unique, championing great artists who, for whatever reason, were underrecognized and providing support to artists eager to make the time to hone their craft and the galleries that support them.

As LMAR enters their third season of a fully supported artist residency, Jennifer and David are restating their mission to provide a home and studio space, supplies and an interactive board for artists to stop, breathe and contemplate. Purposefully, this is a zero-expectation experience for the artists during their residency. The goal is for artists to have uninterrupted time to reassess, experiment, and explore their creativity, try new things while in the most beautiful, serene setting.

LMAR awards residencies’ three months in duration with a stipend of $3,000 per month, and an art supply/transport budget of up to $2,500, provides the use of a car, a house and art studio. The residency offers mentoring, support, interaction from the local community and collaboration from a Board of Directors that includes successful artists, gallerists, art historians, and collectors (please see here for more information about our Board of Directors).




DEADLINE: 2/15/2024

The Philip C. Curtis Artist-in-Residence program is named for the American Surrealist painter, Philip C. Curtis, ‘30. The program was started by his college friends Russell and Wanda Babcock in 1991 during a large Curtis retrospective exhibition in the Elsie Munro Gallery at Albion College. Through the generosity of the Babcocks, the Department of Art and Art History brings artists to campus for up to 10 weeks during the semester. Depending on the length of stay, we bring one to three artists per year.

The artists are chosen based on the quality of their work, the strength of the proposal that they make to the department for the work that they will complete during the residency, and the art and art history faculty’s perception of how well they will work with our students. The artist-in-residence does not teach but is expected to have significant interaction with students in the form of open studio time, visits to classes, participation in critiques, and other informal conversations. The department has been very pleased with the effect that the program has had on the department as a whole and the benefits that students derive from it.

The Artist-in-Residence will be expected to be available as a resource to the faculty and students in the department. The artist will be expected to establish a predictable working pattern and to work on a regular basis. The Department of Art and Art History will provide a space suitable to execute work, with 24-hour access to our facilities.




DEADLINE: 2/16/2024

While Maui is justly famed for its coastline beaches and resorts, humpback whales, surfing and snorkeling, it is also a gem of biodiversity and watersheds that span the entire island. But at the center of it is Haleakalā National Park, a dormant volcanic erosional valley that is also a cultural treasure for the Hawaiian people. The park’s landscapes are unique and beautiful in their unique color and textures — and the park is also a perfect place for watching the night skies blaze out as well as the legendary sunrises over the Pacific from the summit of Haleakalā. NPAF’s past artists in residence include Astrophotographer Stan Honda, Landscape Pianist Hunter Noack, among others.




DEADLINE: 2/16/2024 

In partnership with Residency Unlimited, Voices of Multiplicity (VoM) is pleased to announce the 2024 Open Call for VoM III – An Environmental Justice Artist Residency Program.

Acts of environmental injustice, such as air, land, and water pollution, demand urgent grassroots and government intervention. Tackling these issues involves understanding the intersection of structural and systemic problems, local cultural histories, and current environmental insights. Artists and cultural workers are uniquely positioned to blend these diverse knowledge areas to visually foster activist movements within their local and international communities.

VoM III is dedicated to cultivating the growth of creatives who are traditionally underrepresented in the arts and is accepting applications from artists and culture workers who identify as Black, Indigenous, and People of Color (BIPOC) and are passionate about addressing environmental justice in NYC neighborhoods.

The residency will take place from April 3 – October 31, 2024, in collaboration with RU Guest Curator Ayelet Danielle Aldouby. 




DEADLINE: 2/16/2024 

The Martin House Creative Residency Program is a project-based residency that provides creative individuals a designated time and space to develop new works of the imagination inspired by one of the great examples of 20th century architecture. The primary goals of the program are to:

  • Nurture creativity by offering individuals from multiple disciplines a thought-provoking environment in which to produce works and present them to our community.

  • Expand interpretation of our site through active solicitation of diverse perspectives and voices.

  • Provide audiences across racial, ethnic, and economic lines an opportunity to discover and engage more fully with the Martin House and the creative arts.

  • Strengthen the Martin House and the region as a center for architecture, art, design, and culture.

The residency is a competitive program that is open to applicants who seek the resources to support ongoing projects or the creation of new work. Creative makers who are selected to participate will generally spend 2-4 weeks onsite either consecutively or incrementally within the specified residency term. Length of stay is project-based and determined by the needs of the applicant and in alignment with the Martin House schedule.

Residents will have wide-ranging access to our architectural campus composed of three Wright-designed homes set within a historic landscape, as well as an award-winning contemporary glass structure conceived by architect Toshiko Mori as an exhibition and visitor space.

Residents will receive a stipend of $5,000. 50% of the stipend will be provided upon arrival to Buffalo; the other 50% will be offered upon completion of the project. Travel expenses of up to $1,000 will also be provided to residents who are from outside the Buffalo-Niagara region.

Individuals selected to participate will room on campus at the Gardener’s Cottage as part of their residency.

Residents will have heightened access to Martin House collections and collections information. Other locally-accessible research resources are available through:

  • University at Buffalo Archives Darwin D. Martin + Frank Lloyd Wright Collections

  • Buffalo + Erie County Public Library Special Collections

  • Buffalo History Museum Research + Artifact Collections




DEADLINE: 2/16/2024

We are looking for an artist/artists to work with communities along The Super Slow Way over the next year to create an audio platform, which could be anything from a digital archive or radio station to a sound installation or live performance.

It is hoped that the residency will facilitate collaboration across districts and activate relationships between communities to paint a picture of East Lancashire in 2024, working with participants to explore the relationship between environmental and social justice in neighborhoods along the Leeds & Liverpool Canal from Blackburn to Pendle and share their experience of it. 






As we enter the fourth year of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development, the need to connect people to our Ocean is more important than ever. The EMBracing the Ocean programme provides 10,000 euro grants for creative individuals/groups from a wide range of disciplines to engage in a two-way co-creation of artwork in collaboration with Ocean scientists. The aims of the programme are to raise societal awareness of the Ocean’s value and inspire behavioral change for a sustainable future, while contributing new insight and/or perspectives to the scientific research process.

The programme is open for applications until 18 February 2024 from creative individuals or groups from a wide variety of creative disciplines. Both emerging and established artists will be considered by the committee. Prior experience in co-creation with scientists and/or communities and working on sustainability topics is desirable. Applications are welcome from across the world, and from a wide range of creative disciplines, including but not limited to:

  • visual arts (e.g. drawing, painting, filmmaking, photography, sculpting, digital arts, installation);

  • literary arts (e.g. fiction, drama, poetry, storytelling);

  • performing arts (e.g. dance, music, theater); and

  • traditional and indigenous arts

GRANT: $10,000




DEADLINE: 2/19/2024

Anderson Ranch’s Artists-in-Residence Program fosters creative, intellectual and professional growth for emerging and established visual artists. Residents have access to world-class facilities and studio time, free from everyday pressures. Residents can pursue interdisciplinary projects among a community of working artists, and gain feedback from prominent Visiting Artists and Critics. The Ranch setting is specifically crafted to aid artists in the production of their work. The residency is designed to allow artists to take risks and pursue new projects and ideas. Residents will be provided housing, studio space and meals. Residencies are offered in ceramics, new media, photography, furniture design, woodworking, painting, drawing, printmaking and sculpture. Spring residents pay a fee of $750 for the five weeks at the Ranch. A select group of the 32 residencies are fully funded fellowships awarded by the jury panel.




DEADLINE: 2/19/2024

Bidasoa Artist Residency is aimed at artists of any nationality and without age limit who can reside for at least 45 days in the Basque Country (Spain / France). 

This call aims to create a residency for creation and/or research in which an artist reflects on the concept of margin. It is intended for artists of any nationality who wish to stay in the Bidasoaldea region. The focus of the programme consists in generating a result that stimulates reflection and the integration of the different perspectives that are produced in/from the margins. 


Bitamine offers a help that consists of: 

  • Advice and accompaniment. Contact with different people from the local artistic and cultural scene will be facilitated. 

  • Accommodation. (private rural flat with studio, one bedroom with double bed, living room with double sofa bed, bathroom, kitchen, parking and garden). 

  • Work space. 

  • Fees (1600 euros gross per month subject to withholding tax). 

  • Transfer from the place of origin to the residence (up to 1000 euros round trip) *. 

  • Production expenses (up to EUR 1200). 

  • Design, editing and printing of the publication with the results of the research and artistic process. 

  • Communication and dissemination. 

  • Bitamine offers the possibility of writing an invitation letter for the selected artist to apply for additional grants in the country of origin. 




DEADLINE: 2/28/2024

Realizing George Kaiser Family Foundation’s vision grounded in social change, Tulsa Artist Fellowship is committed to fostering an equitable environment where a diverse and inclusive community of artists and arts workers have the opportunity to thrive professionally.

Our institutional model is reflective and responsive. We acknowledge that a significant number of artistic practitioners are unable to secure the time required to actualize their creative projects in tandem with maintaining stable housing and studio spaces.

In response, Tulsa Artist Fellowship strives to remove these barriers by providing program participants with three core areas of support:

$150,000 stipend paid over three-years

$36,000 housing stipend over three-years

Fully subsidized studio space in Tulsa's Arts and/or Greenwood Districts with access to shared facilities including a ceramics studio with kilns, woodshop, media lab, roof terrace, performance rehearsal space, and meeting rooms with video/audio capabilities

Estimated resource value of $27,000 over 3 years.

In the spirit of reflectivity, Tulsa Artist Fellowship has expanded additional award support areas to include:

  • Studio assistant stipend (over three years)

  • Health and wellness stipend (over three years)

  • Access to free fitness facilities

  • Childcare reimbursements for Fellowship activities

  • $1,500 one-time relocation stipend


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