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DEADLINE: 3/1/2024

GRANT: $7,500 AUD

Located on an ancient, ever-changing piece of land that inspires awe and artistry, The Farm Margaret River offers immersion in the sublime. It is both a working rural property and a home to artist studios — a place to make, explore, examine and restore.

The residency is focused on site-specific projects, created during an eight-week period through research and collaboration while living at The Farm. The Farm offers space and time for artists, as individuals or a group, to consider our place in the natural environment, surrounded by the ancient beauty of South West Western Australia. Any work that arises from the residency or from collaborations should reflect your time spent at The Farm. You will be supported to share your work with the local community.

Our residency program is an opportunity to experience this place and contribute to our ongoing collective learning. As nature informs our artists, our artists inform us. Together we pursue a deeper understanding of our environment and our role within it.



DEADLINE: 3/1/2024


The program is open to professional visual, literary, and performance artists:  painters, writers, musicians, architects, filmmakers, and choreographers… any artist who needs a place to focus.  However, because of the property’s limitations and proximity to neighbors, this is not a place that can accommodate loud or terribly messy processes, such as welding or blacksmithing.

We favor artists whose work is technically advanced, unique, attractive (need not be pretty!), and conceptually valuable.  Work that is predominantly conceptual, that must be explained in order to attract a viewer, may not be met with as much enthusiasm by our jurists.  In addition, because we ask our residents to interact with the public through one workshop and one final event, we welcome artists who desire to connect with an audience in these ways.



DEADLINE: 3/1/2024


The mission of the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts is to support established and emerging writers, visual artists and composers by providing working and living environments that allow uninterrupted time for work, reflection and creative growth and to present and support arts-related programming that expands public awareness and appreciation of the arts.

The Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts awards up to seventy juried residencies per year to established and emerging visual artists, writers, composers, and interdisciplinary artists from across the country and around the world. Residencies are available for 2 to 8 weeks stays. Each resident receives a $175 stipend per week, free housing, and a private studio. 



DEADLINE: 3/1/2024

GRANT: $3,900

Webb School is a Pre K-12 private school of about 1,000 students located in Knoxville, Tennessee. We have been hosting two visiting visual artists a year since 2001. Visiting artists arrive in October or February and spend five weeks on campus.

During their tenure, artists work half of each day on their own work and spend the other half interacting formally with students in art classes. These interactions are collaboratively planned with one of the six visual arts teachers on campus: one Lower School teacher, two Middle School teachers, and three Upper School teachers. Visitors are required to mount an exhibition during their stay and are asked to donate a representative artwork to the school’s visiting artist study collection. In exchange, they are provided with part of a classroom space to call their own to work in. Webb's facilities include a well-equipped digital lab, wood shop, darkroom, kilns, and print presses for our visiting artists to use.

Visiting artists have 24-hour access to their work spaces, as well as access to workout facilities and library privileges. They are housed in an extended stay hotel about two miles from campus, and their lunch is provided on school days. Travel expenses are provided for and visitors receive a $3,900 stipend for their five-week stay.



DEADLINE: 3/1/2024

GRANT: $25,000

Established in 2018, the West Bay View Foundation Fellowship is an immersive, full-time, six-month studio position for a visual artist with a strong basis in papermaking. Fellows work alongside Dieu Donné master papermakers, gaining practical experience working in a professional papermaking studio that focuses on artistic collaboration.

This fellowship provides mentorship from our studio directors, Amy Jacobs and Tatiana Ginsberg, a stipend of $25,000 to support transportation and living expenses in NYC for the six months of the fellowship, and four days in the professional studio with one of the studio directors to realize a larger or more complex project than could be achieved alone.

The West Bay View Foundation Fellowship is open to artists with extensive papermaking training and who possess an MFA degree. Applicants must be available to work in person at Dieu Donné, a busy and active studio with many projects going on simultaneously. The fellow must be able to engage in demanding physical work five days a week for six months and make the fellowship their primary focus while living in New York.



DEADLINE: 3/1/2024

GRANT: $3,050/M

The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) is pleased to announce an open call for a six-month artist’s residency fully funded by the Helen Frankenthaler Foundation. The residency is for visual artists eligible to work in the United States whose work in painting, drawing and/or printmaking is characterized by a spirit of innovation. Support includes a living and materials stipend of $3,050 per month. The residency program includes 24/7 access to a private, furnished studio space and communal facilities; monthly private hour-long meetings with visiting critics; field trips to museums, galleries, and other cultural venues; and participation in an Artists at Work public talk. Residents become part of a growing network of over 1,800 alumni from more than 90 countries who have undertaken residencies at ISCP, all of whom have contributed to creating a dynamic and ever-engaging space of cultural and artistic exchange.



DEADLINE: 3/1/2024

GRANT: $1,000/ M

Program Info & Requirements

Media accepted: Wood, Glass, Metal, Fiber, and Clay

Applicants must be able to fulfill a program requirement of working in their studios for two days per week during HCCC public hours: Tuesday – Saturday, 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM. All resident artists are required to open their studios to public interaction on Saturdays and one other day of the week (TBD), as well as during exhibition openings and specific educational programs on the evenings and weekends. Applicants should consider the public facing nature of the residencies and the fact that a major goal of the program is to provide visitors with an opportunity to explore contemporary craft through engaging with working artists.

Benefits of the residency include 24/7 access to studio space, cultural and professional development opportunities, a monthly stipend that includes a small housing/materials allowance, and the opportunity to give an artist talk.

Juried selection is based on quality of creative work, ability to interact with the public, career direction, and program diversity. Accepted artists will be notified via e-mail in late May.



DEADLINE: 3/4/2024

Onassis AiR is dedicated to fostering artistic process by providing space and time to arts professionals from diverse backgrounds and disciplines, enabling them to delve deeper into their practice without the pressure of presenting a final work. It operates as a mycelium, an embodied lab, a networked program that supports artistic experimentation, practices of speculation and non-linear storytelling, peer-to-peer interconnection, and experiential knowledge sharing. Different expressions of this network are presented in various formats and venues throughout the year within the Onassis ecosystem and beyond.

All selected participants will receive an artist’s fee, a research budget, housing, travel to/from Athens, a collective budget for group site-visits and research trips, opportunities to engage with the art scene in Athens through networking events, and access to mentoring and audiovisual equipment. All program participants will be invited to participate in the Open Days, a series of events that will run throughout the year and are open to the public. This is an opportunity for the Onassis AiR Fellows to meet and exchange with the local audience and other art professionals and share their artistic research or work-in-progress through short talks, presentations, installations, performances, or screenings. Additionally, all participants are encouraged to engage with the Οnassis AiR Community through an offering, in the form of a workshop, a presentation, a lecture or screening, or any other format they wish to propose.



DEADLINE: 3/4/2024

Arts at CERN and Copenhagen Contemporary welcome proposals for the second edition of Collide Copenhagen. Artists and collectives from any country are invited to submit their proposals for a fully-funded two-month residency shared between CERN in Geneva and Copenhagen Contemporary.


The selected artist will devote this period to artistic research and exploration, in dialogue with physicists, engineers, and laboratory staff. After the residency, a development phase will follow, during which the artist will define and produce an artwork to be included in an exhibition at CC in 2025. Throughout this journey, artists will receive curatorial support from the Geneva and Copenhagen teams.


Collide is a unique opportunity for artists working in the crossovers between art, science and technology, who are interested in engaging with the vibrant communities of CERN and Copenhagen. The call invites applications that explore the profound impact of advanced technologies and novel scientific models on contemporary culture.



DEADLINE: 3/8/2024

The Studios is MASS MoCA’s artist and writers residency program situated within the museum’s factory campus and surrounded by the beautiful Berkshire Mountains. Operated by MASS MoCA’s Assets for Artists department, the residency runs year-round and hosts up to 10 artists at a time. Artists of any nationality can apply for stays of 2 or 4 weeks.

At the Studios at MASS MoCA, selected artists receive:

  • Private, furnished studio space at MASS MoCA, available 24/7.

  • Housing (private bedroom/queen bed, shared kitchen, and bath) in attractive apartments directly across the street from the museum.

  • One communal meal per day in the company of fellow artists-in-residence.

  • An optional studio visit with a MASS MoCA curator or a guest curator.

  • 1 year access to our Assets for Artists Online Workshops on artist career development.

  • 3 months of MASS MoCA member benefits, including free access to the museum’s galleries, and discounts on performing arts events and museum store purchases, plus additional access to The Clark Art Institute while in residence.

  • The opportunity to connect with a cohort of international creative peers.

  • Chances to share your work either through Open Studios, artist presentations to your fellow residents, and/or studio visits (all events are optional).



DEADLINE: 3/11/2024


SUMMER AIR: Since 1999, Artspace has hosted our Summer Artist in Residence Program in our Gallery 1. This month-long residency provides funding, studio space, and professional support for a national artist to produce a solo exhibition immediately following the residency at Artspace. A unique aspect of the residency is that the artist uses the exhibition space as their studio during the residency period.

This opportunity includes:

  • a month to work on a project of their choice

  • 24-hour access to a private, rent-free 1275 square foot public-facing space

  • a stipend of $2000 (50% paid at the start and 50% at the end of the residency)

  • An additional housing stipend for artists coming from outside the Triangle

  • opportunities to interact with the public and the artist community

  • community engagements through intentional programming, including speaking and teaching opportunities with our studio artists, meetings and community conversations, artist talks, and critiques

  • continued support through consultations with our knowledgeable staff, promotions on our social media channels and website, and a monthly e-news with calls for artists and other listings

  • a professionally installed solo exhibition at Artspace

  • a professionally written essay and full color brochure

UNIVERSAL AIR: nitiated in 2018, the Universal Access Artist Residency is for artists who identify as having a disability. This month-long residency provides funding, studio space, and professional support for a national artist to produce a solo exhibition immediately following the residency at Artspace. During the residency the artist works in the gallery where the work will be exhibited.

Residents can actively contribute to Artspace’s artistic and educational programming by participating in First Friday, Raleigh’s monthly art walk; being available for studio visits and tours; and working in their studios during Artspace’s business hours. While this contribution is encouraged, the main goal of this residency is to provide the resident with the space and opportunity to devote themselves to their creative practice.

This opportunity includes:

  • a month to work on a project of their choice

  • 24-hour access to a private, rent-free 320 square foot public-facing space

  • a stipend of $2000 (50% paid at the start and 50% at the end of the residency)

  • An additional housing stipend for artists coming from outside the Triangle

  • opportunities to interact with the public and the artist community

  • community engagements through intentional programming, including speaking and teaching opportunities with our studio artists, meetings and community conversations, artist talks, and critiques

  • continued support through consultations with our knowledgeable staff, promotions on our social media channels and website, and a monthly e-news with calls for artists and other listings

  • a professionally installed solo exhibition at Artspace

  • a professionally written essay and full color brochure



DEADLINE: 3/11/2024

GRANT: $18,000 + $1,500

COLLECTIVE FUTURES is a new community based residency awarded by Common Ground that builds on previous awards, A Radical Imagination 2022 – 2023; The Just City 2020 – 2022 and CITIZEN ARTIST 2016 – 2019. In 2024 COLLECTIVE FUTURES offers a collaborative or socially engaged artist / arts collective / community of practice an opportunity of an 8 month residency in studio 468, a community based workspace setting with multiple supports.



DEADLINE: 11/15/2024

GRANT: $500/wk

Sitka residencies provide time and space for self-paced work and reflection in an inspiring natural setting. Residents from  a broad range of art, writing, performance and science-based practices come to Sitka to create and explore away from the familiar contexts and constraints of daily routines, and free from external expectations. Located within the unique ecosystems of Cascade Head and the Salmon River Estuary on Oregon's central coast, Sitka is a place where natural curiosity is sparked and creativity is unleashed.

Since our founding, we have hosted hundreds of visual artists, photographers, writers, journalists, musicians, composers, filmmakers, educators and a broad range of natural scientists and interdisciplinary creatives. We currently invite 30-50 practitioners to stay at Sitka each year. Some are emerging voices while others are practicing professionals, and our residents represent a diversity of geographies and cultural backgrounds. A range of personal and shared experiences are possible at Sitka, from sanctuary and solitude to cross-pollination and community.



DEADLINE: 3/15/2024

For over 30 years, Kala Art Institute has awarded artists time, space, and financial support for their work through the Kala Fellowship. The Kala Art Institute Fellowship is an artist residency award for local, national, and international artists. Artists producing innovative work in and across mediums including printmaking, photography, digital media, social practice, film and video, sound, animation, performance cinema, media art installation, and book arts are encouraged to apply. Each year Kala provides fellowships to six artists from a variety of disciplines based on conceptual creativity, originality, and artistic excellence.

In 2024, Kala will award six artists a $3,000 stipend, unlimited access to Kala’s facilities for one to nine months, one Kala class, and a culminating show in the Kala Gallery. The Fellowship is geared towards supporting artists in completing specific projects or bodies of work that would benefit from Kala’s specialized equipment in printmaking and digital media. In partnership with the Sustainable Arts Foundation, we support parent artists through one of our six fellowships designated for a parent artist (with a child under 18 at home).



DEADLINE: 3/15/2024

GRANT: $1,000 + $1,000 TRAVEL REFUND

The aim of the residency is to provide emerging and established artists of exceptional merit with an experience of the working conditions that artist Alex Brown (1966-2019) found in Des Moines, IA—the ability to make the work you want to make, free from the daily influence of being immersed in a major metropolitan scene but without the isolation of a rural residency, in an exceptional studio environment and a relaxed and pleasant living environment. 

Residency includes:

  • Dedicated use of a 1400 sq. ft. studio space at Mainframe Studios, a renovated 1970s telecommunications building in downtown Des Moines.

  • Research Allowance

  • A monthly expense allowance of $1,000, plus up-to $1,000 airfare or reimbursement for other travel to and from Des Moines.

  • Research Allowances are adjusted according to the agreed residency duration.

  • Housing

  • The foundation provides a fully furnished one bedroom apartment situated in a quiet centrally located neighborhood, just a 3-minute drive and a 14-minute walk from the studio.



DEADLINE: 3/15/2024

GRANT: $1,200/M

For over fifty years the Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program has provided talented artists a year-long opportunity to focus on their creative work. The Roswell Residency is not project-based nor engagement driven, providing the artist an opportunity to look inwardly.

The program is solely dedicated to the development of the individual artist. RAiR is perfectly geared to provide unobstructed studio time. Successful residents are self motivated and able to work happily with extended solitude. The nature of the RAiR Fellowship is informal. There are virtually no obligations on the part of the grantees except to respect the facilities and the privacy of the other artists.

The Roswell Museum generally invites fellows to have a solo exhibition of their work toward the end of their stay, however, this opportunity is optional. RAiR’s Anderson Museum of Contemporary Art then offers to purchase a piece from the artist for permanent display.



DEADLINE: 3/15/2024

GRANT: $2,000

Since 2018 Garage Gallery has been hosting an international residency for artists and curators who prepare a final presentation of their work together with the exhibition after the residency. We provide the selected residents with accommodation and partial funding for their work so that they can fully commit to their planned project. By inviting international artists, we aim to create a meaningful exchange of experiences and creative perspectives. 

Our international residency is open to any artist who does not have a permanent residence in Czech Republic. Are you interested in discovering the local scene and participating in the gallery's residency program during the summer of 2024? The residency will end with a final solo exhibition of the selected applicant's project. The residency is for one or two individuals due to the size of the offered accommodation.



DEADLINE: 3/15/2024

Together with Casa del Cinema di Trieste, Eterotopia, MeLa Media Lab, Gangart and Adriatico Book Club we are pleased to announce this open call for a one-month artistic research residency in Trieste, from 20 May to 21 June 2024, as part of the project P O P  A D R I A T I C O – Porto Osservatorio Partecipato. Applications are open to all visual artists of any nationality, under 36 years of age. The aim of the residency is to offer the artist the space and context to develop a project. This could either be an already well developed idea or a concept starting from scratch. However, it must include the moving image as a means of expression. The project proposal should be in accordance with the themes of P O P  A D R I A T I C O, i.e. the complex dynamics between art, territorial regeneration and citizen participation — approached with a critical eye. Furthermore, through this residency initiative, our objective is to promote the production of works by young artists and to foster future collaborations, as well as to share insights upon the local artistic context and the processes of transformation taking place in the city of Trieste, particularly the Porto Vecchio area.




GRANT: 1,500 CHF per month

Participants in our Main Residency Program will be selected globally by a jury of transdisciplinary experts. The program is aimed at both confirmed artists and young talents in the making.

The residency program pays particular attention to projects exploring the interactions between nature and technology, two concepts that are more intertwined than ever and at the heart of contemporary concerns.

A deliberately large playing field, this thematic nexus opens up paths of exploration as varied as they are stimulating - for example: document what constitutes the "anthropocene" and who composes it; use technological tools to document and transcribe natural environments in an artistic approach; explore new intersections where technology becomes an integral part of our natural environment, and vice versa.



DEADLINE: 3/26/2024

GRANT: $1,100 per month

Each year the Galveston Artist Residency awards three artist-in-residence fellowships.  

For ten months, from October through July, resident artists receive 24/7 access to a 500 sq/ft studio space, a studio apartment a couple blocks away, and a monthly stipend of $1,100. Residents take part in a group exhibition near the end of their stay and have various studio visits throughout their time. While GAR facilitates this exhibition and studio visits, the ten months of unencumbered studio time is the primary focus of the GAR residency program, a gift of time for artists to sink in and dive deep into their work. 



DEADLINE: 3/27/2024

The residency places are intended for individual professional artists, fiction writers, poets and novelists, translators, composers, sound artists, curators and critics and artistic collectives (i.e., a workgroup or established organisation with a Business ID) of all disciplines and all nationalities for the purpose of carrying out a project proposed in advance.

An individual residency spanning two months includes accommodation, a workroom and a monthly grant, the sum of which is determined by the applicant’s experience (€2,500 / €3,000 / €3,600 per month). The purpose of the grant is to cover the cost of living, travel and other expenses. Groups can apply for a grant for a work period of two to four weeks. It is possible to apply for support for ecological travel if you are coming to the Saari Residence from outside of Finland and travelling out of Finland when leaving.


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