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Updated: Sep 8, 2022




DEADLINE: 9/1/2022

BCA’s artist-in-residence program offers regional, national, and international artists of all disciplines an opportunity to focus on process rather than product while engaging with the local community in a meaningful way.

Visiting artists live and work for three to four months in the Breckenridge Arts District, an intimate campus of historic structures nestled under majestic snow-capped peaks in cozy downtown Breckenridge. During their live/work residency, artists explore a place-based thematic narrative—whether that means interpreting our spectacular mountain setting, rich local history, or risk-taking spirit; or focusing on an environmental or social topic important to the community. Artists are offered a weekly stipend of $200 to cover food and other expenses. Paid teaching opportunities are available with BCA approval.

Artist expectations include: facilitating two weekly open studios (on campus), instructing one weekly workshop, participating in monthly Second Saturdays, and planning and hosting a final presentation or event produced in collaboration with a local partner. Artists with teaching experience will be favored. BCA offers classes in the following mediums: ceramics, metalsmithing, glassblowing, welding, printmaking, sewing/textiles, painting, woodworking, mountain crafts + skills, kids workshops, mixed media. Only artists with a website or social media platform will be considered.




DEADLINE: 9/1/2022

The Franconia Fellowship supports mid-career artists working in sculpture and installation, including land art, ceramics, contemporary craft, experimental sound/music, and performance art.

Fellowships for artists making object-based work offer a self-directed residency and $7500 stipend to fabricate and install work for exhibition in the 50-acre outdoor sculpture park. These fellows also stay on-site between two – six weeks within the timeframes offered; residency dates will be scheduled directly with the residency director.

Fellowships for artists working in performance include a $7500 stipend and dynamic professional opportunities. Residents will stay on-site between two – six weeks at Franconia followed by a one-week stay in Minneapolis with Franconia partner Dreamsong, where fellows will present a public program. Additionally, these fellows will have an opportunity to present their work for inclusion in the 2023 Satellite Art Show in Miami. Fair Director and performance art curator, Quinn Dukes, will conduct studio visits with artists during their residency at Franconia and discuss the feasibility of their projects at that time.




DEADLINE: 9/1/20223

Ucross strives to provide a respectful, comfortable, and productive environment, freeing artists from the pressures and distractions of daily life. Each year, we provide residencies to approximately 100 individuals. Residencies range from two weeks to six weeks in length. At any one time, there are up to ten individuals in residence, typically four writers, four visual artists, and two composers.

Ucross provides each artist with living accommodations, meals, work space, and uninterrupted time so that the artists can focus on their creative process. Lunch and dinners are prepared Monday to Friday by a professional chef with ample provisions on hand for breakfasts and weekends. Lunches are delivered to individual studios; group dinners take place at 6 p.m. Towels and all linens are provided, as is weekly housekeeping for bedrooms. There is cell phone service and wireless internet throughout residency facilities. Residents are responsible for providing their own working materials and for their travel to Sheridan, Wyoming. There is no charge for a residency.

The residency program is open to visual artists, writers, composers, choreographers, interdisciplinary artists, performance artists, and collaborative teams. Applicants must exhibit professional standing in their field; both established and emerging artists are encouraged to apply.






This unique collaborative opportunity is open to artists internationally. We welcome artists working in or across any medium, including visual arts, performance, theatre, film, writing, dance, music and sound, architecture, spatial and social practices, technology and digital and those with experimental practices.

We are seeking adventurous artists who challenge traditional ways of knowing, engage with communities, and enjoy collectively imagining new possibilities. Artists with no previous experience working with scientists or in a scientific environment are particularly encouraged to apply. This Fellowship will begin in October 2022 and will last for one year.

The artist will receive a stipend, and accommodation and subsistence during the period of residency. A budget will be provided for the production of new work, and for travel.

A stipend of £10,000 GBP will be paid to the successful candidate.

All accommodation and meals will be provided by Girton College during the residency in Cambridge.

A budget of £10,000 GBP will be made available to support the development of new work.

Travel to and from Cambridge for the residency will be paid for up to £3,000 GBP.




DEADLINE: 9/6/2022

Established in 2012, this year-long residency seeks to support a wide range of artists, from emerging to established, working within various perspectives of contemporary dance, performance, and time-based forms. CPR values experimental approaches to content, form, and aesthetic, and encourages risk-taking and the unexpected.

The AiR program provides ten artists each year with rehearsal space, presentation and performance opportunities, curatorial and project support, professional development, and peer dialogue, all of which are designed to support the individualized creative process and an open environment for research, experimentation, embodiment, exchange, and creation.

Up to 10 AiRs will be selected for a year-long residency from January to December 2023, which provides each AiR with up to 150 subsidized rehearsal hours in CPR’s Large Studio or Small Studio with advance booking, curatorial support and feedback from CPR staff and fellow artists, access to technical equipment and production support, and a $1,000 stipend.

AiRs will additionally have opportunities to share their current practice with the larger CPR community through programs such as Sunday Salon, Open Studios, and Performance Philosophy Reading Group, and other opportunities for presentation, community engagement, and creative exchange, in dialogue with CPR’s program staff. These public program opportunities come with additional artist fees and resources.




DEADLINE: 9/6/2022

The Met’s Civic Practice Partnership (CPP), launched in 2017, is a two-year artist-in-residence program for socially engaged artists and art collectives. CPP catalyzes and implements creative projects that advance healthy communities by bringing the skills and interests of neighborhood stakeholders together with those of The Met and artists who are socially minded in their practice. Artists selected for the CPP program work in their own neighborhoods across New York City and at The Met to develop and implement ambitious projects and forge meaningful collaborations.

What we will provide:

  • $20,000 artist honorarium per residency year ($40,000 in total)

  • Access to a $20,000 project production budget per residency year ($40,000 in total). The production budget may be utilized for printed materials, fabrication, rentals and equipment, honoraria to collaborators, materials and supplies, as well as other residency-related needs (based on approval by The Met). Unused funds in year 1 may roll over to year 2.

  • Collectives receive the same funds as individual artists, with no adjustment for additional members. Please note that if selected, the collective will need to select one member to receive the funds if they are not incorporated as an LLC or other legal entity.

  • Met ID badge, granting the artist(s) access to the Museum during open hours, as well as at times when the Museum is closed to the public (with advance notice)

  • Scheduled meetings with Museum staff, interns, and fellows

  • Coordination of onsite meetings and visits to the Museum with partners and collaborators

  • Behind-the-scenes tours and access to exhibition previews

  • Press release(s) to promote CPP work and projects

  • Email newsletters to announce key work and projects to The Met’s audiences

  • Social media marketing (possibly including Instagram, Twitter, TikTok, Facebook posts, etc.)

  • Physical marketing assets (including posters, postcards, and more)

  • Networking opportunities

  • Internal Museum-wide marketing via the biweekly internal staff publication, MetMatters

  • Production support for public programs and a culminating project

  • Project checklists, suggested timelines, and templates

  • Support submitting permits (i.e. street closure/sound permits)

  • Support with invoicing for artist residency payments

  • Access to all Met Education department public programs and select Museum-wide programming and private events

  • Discount at The Met Store

  • Video and photo documentation of your projects

  • Please note that studio space is not provided




DEADLINE: 9/10/2022

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. Need-based travel grants and stipends are available to open the residency experience to the broadest possible community of artists. Artists with professional standing in their fields, as well as emerging artists, are eligible to apply. MacDowell encourages artists from 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.




DEADLINE: 9/15/2022

ENCLAVE LAND ART as part of the program Cultura Resident of Consorci de Museus de la Comunitat Valenciana, with the support of the Vall de Gallinera council (Alicante, Spain) are glad to announce the open call for the fourth Edition of the Enclave Land Art Residency.

Submissions should focus on the dialogue between human beings and nature so as to create an artistic Land Art itinerary in the area.

We will select seven projects from different artistic disciplines that will be developed and produced in the natural environment during the two weeks of the Art Residency, sharing experiences, ideas and a common goal.

All projects must take into consideration people’s interest in contemporary arts, aiming to give greater value to the area of Vall de Gallinera, promoting a deep and permanent conscience about the historical, cultural and traditional aspects of the territory through a dialogue between art and nature.




DEADLINE: 9/15/2022

In response to the ongoing climate crisis, BMAC has created an artist residency program to support artists seeking time and resources to engage with the profound questions and challenges presented by climate change. We believe that artists have a unique and vital role to play in responding to the climate crisis. Through their work, artists can foster personal and emotional connection to the issue, encourage empathy and collaboration, imagine new futures, and in so doing help effect positive change.

The 2022 BMAC Climate Change Artists in Residence are Elizabeth Billings, Evie Lovett, and Andrea Wasserman. Through their creative placemaking collaborative, Ask the River, Billings, Lovett, and Wasserman have worked together in the Brattleboro area since 2016, reconnecting our community with its natural surroundings through art. Each of the three artists is using the BMAC Climate Change Artist Residency to deepen their individual practices and their relationships with the environment through writing, research, activism, and art making.

Learn more about their work on our blog, Art Loves Company.

About the Residency

BMAC awards one Climate Change Artist Residency per year to an individual or group. The residency comes with a $6,000 stipend. The nature of the residency is flexible and will be designed based on the artist-in-residence’s needs and the resources BMAC is able to provide. Our aim is to meet the recipient(s) where they are and to provide meaningful support for their work in whatever ways we can. That may or may not include providing accommodations in Vermont or elsewhere, developing exhibitions or other public-facing activities, or fostering connections with other artists, curators, scientists, educators, and activists tackling climate change.




DEADLINE: 9/16/2022

The Inscape Artist-in-Residence program provides artists with a dynamic cultural and historic location to engage with community, research, and develop new work and ideas at the Inscape Arts Building – an art studio building in the former immigration and detention center in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District.

Presented by the Friends of Inscape, the residency features a free work-only space for one artist or artist-team for 10 weeks. Depending on the goals of selected artists, they have the opportunity to hold workshops, talks, exhibitions, and receive studio visits from curators or artist mentors.

Four artists per year are selected. This selection cycle for residencies begins in January 2023. The selection committee includes representatives from the Inscape Community and a representative from the Wing Luke Asian Art Museum, as well as regional arts organizations that intersect with ethnic and immigrant communities. The committee seeks thoughtful and compelling applications of high quality work and values applications that convey engagement with the historic immigration building and the surrounding diverse neighborhood.




DEADLINE: 9/30/2022

Three times a year, Artpace invites a guest curator to choose three artists to live and create art in San Antonio for two months. Each residency cycle includes one international, one national, and one Texas-based artist. Each resident receives a studio/exhibition space, an on-site furnished apartment, access to a van, a $6,000 stipend, up to a $10,000 production budget, and the support of a full-time staff.



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