18th Street Arts Center’s International Program is also a worldwide leader in artist exchange programs and provides one of the few international artist exchange programs in Los Angeles.
Art Farm’s artist residency program is for professionals, emerging or established, in all areas of the arts and humanities; offering accommodations and studio space to pursue their art in exchange for a contribution of labor of 12 hours per week to help renovate and maintain Art Farm’s buildings and grounds as well as other projects, suited to skills and temperament.
All who apply need to be self-motivated and resourceful and appreciate a quiet working environment. Art Farm’s location is semi-isolated and rural and because of this condition, co-operation, social tolerance and an ability to share tasks is helpful.
Art Farm’s artist residencies are available between 1 June and 1 November, with accommodations available for up to eleven residents at one time: collaborators, couples are welcome to apply.
One of the most renowned international programmes offering grants to artists in the ﬁelds of visual arts, literature, music, film as well as dance/performance. Each year, some 20 grants are awarded to international artists for an approximately one-year stay in Berlin.
Each year, the deadline for writing Fellowship applications is December 1, and the deadline for visual arts Fellowship applications is February 1.
Located in Provincetown,Massachusetts, an area with a long history as an arts colony, the Work Center provides seven-month Fellowships to twenty Fellows each year in the form of living/work space and a modest monthly stipend. Residencies run from October 1 through May 1. Fellows have the opportunity to pursue their work independently in a diverse and supportive community of peers. A historic fishing port, Provincetown is situated at the tip of Cape Cod in an area of spectacular natural beauty, surrounded by miles of dunes and National Seashore beaches.
Currently in its fourth year, Gladstone’s Library’s competitive Writer-in-Residence programme provides space and resources for four writers whose work engages with liberal values.
By liberal values, we do not mean views aligned with any particular political ideology.
We mean a commitment to freedom and social justice, tolerance and respect of difference, open-mindedness coupled with intellectual curiosity, generosity of spirit and a willingness to learn from others.
Headlands Center for the Arts (June 1)
The Artist in Residence (AIR) program awards fully sponsored residencies to approximately 45 local, national, and international artists each year. Residencies of four to ten weeks include flexible studio space, chef-prepared meals, comfortable housing, travel and living stipends, and an opportunity to become part of a dynamic community of artists.
Located on beautiful Whidbey Island near Seattle, Hedgebrook offers one of the few residency programs in the world exclusively dedicated to supporting the creative process of women writers, and bringing their work to the world through innovative public programs.
About the Residencies:
The Kerouac Project provides four residencies a year to writers of any stripe or age, living anywhere in the world. Each residency consists of approximately a three month stay in the cottage where Jack Kerouac wrote his novel Dharma Bums. Utilities and a food stipend of $800 are included. All you are required to do is work on your writing project and give a reading in the house at the end of your residency.
THE KSP WRITERS’ CENTRE OFFERS:
- Workspace and accommodation in a heritage-listed house, the former home of Katharine Susannah Prichard, one of Australia’s most revered writers.
A writers’ retreat located in Point Reyes Station, CA. It is one of the few retreats in the United States that supports people writing about nature, economics and social equity. Since 1998, we have granted residencies to over 500 writers. (December 1)
Montalvo Arts Center/Lucas Arts Residency Program
Montalvo has hosted resident artists since 1939; in 2004, the Sally and Don Lucas Artists Residency Program was created, with new facilities designed by six teams of artists and architects, and comprised of 10 discipline-specific live/work studios and one commons building.
Applications are usually due in October for the following year.
The Millay Colony for the Arts offers one-month residencies to visual artists, composers and writers between the months of April and November. Residents artists get private rooms, studios and all meals during their stay at our pastoral campus.The Millay Colony is in Austerlitz, New York—approximately 2 1/2 hours north of New York City and 2 1/2 hours west of Boston, Massachusetts.
During the Writers Retreat Program we are unable to fully fund the Mailer attendees. Contributions are as follows: $600 per week. A two week minimum retreat is required and two months is the maximum. The Colony does not provide any funding for food or transportation to and from Provincetown.
The National Park Services offers opportunities for two-dimensional visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, composers, and craft artists to live and work in the parks. There are currently 29 parks participating in the Artist-In-Residence program.
The Orange County Great Park Corporation in Irvine, California seeks FOUR public artists from all creative disciplines (including all areas of visual and performing arts, interdisciplinary arts, literature and poetry, design, & architecture) for six-month residencies in brand new arts studios located within the Orange County Great Park.
Since its inception, over 130 artists, painters, writers, and composers from across the country have participated in our Artists-in-Residence program – becoming artistic ambassadors for environmental stewardship once returning to their communities.
The Rhode Island Writers Colony will occupy a house in Rhode Island, midJune 2015.
Transportation, ten consecutive days of private room and board with ample space to complete or generate the bulk of a literary project. This includes:
- 24/7 access to the house and grounds.
- A conversation with an editor at a major publishing house.
- A local reading in Rhode Island, set up by the residency and a local organization as a culminating event at a bookstore or café.
- A New York City reading.
- Publication of a sample writing in the colony journal Serial:.
The Residency Program has provided more than 200 artists, writers, and natural science scholars the opportunity to conduct their work in the unique environment of Cascade Head and Salmon River estuary.
Summer Literary Seminars is announcing its annual Unified (Kenya, Montreal and Lithuania) Literary Contest…
ArtsEdge is a collaborative residency project designed to encourage the careers of emergent writers. Through ArtsEdge, the Kelly Writers House and Penn’s Facilities and Real Estate Services (FRES) have teamed up to offer a one-year residency in an apartment and studio space near Penn’s campus.
Vermont Studio Center (Fellowship deadline, June 15)
The Vermont Studio Center hosts 50 artists and writers each month who participate in 4 to 12 week independent studio Residencies. VSC Residents represent a mix of mediums, cultures, experience, and ages, for a diverse and vibrant community. (Check out fellowships, otherwise there’s a hefty fee).
The residency is open to artists working in all mediums, be it drawing, installation,
photography, video, sculpture, painting, performance, writing
or other. The next forthcoming residency period is November 20,
2011 – December 20, 2011. Deadline October 19, 2011.
situated on 16 acres in coastal southwest Washington state, launched its residency program in March 2014. The Residency has been specifically designed, from the site selection to the architecturally specific building concepts, layouts, and materials, to combine the opportunity for solitude with the opportunity for daily community that fosters creative endeavor. We offer month-long, self-directed residencies to emerging and established artists, writers, scholars, singer/songwriters, and musical composers. The Residency provides lodging, meals, and work space, at no cost, to six residents each month from March 1 through September 30 of the year. Applications are evaluated by selection committees comprised of working artists and professionals in the applicants’ respective fields of discipline.
The Eyrie encourages poets, fiction, and nonfiction writers from every area of the United States, with one exception:those who live in the boroughs of Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, Bronx, or Staten Island are not eligible.Poets and writers at different stages of their career are welcomed. If you’ve practiced your craft and honed your work to make it the best you can, we are happy to consider it, carefully and with interest. Residency sessions for 2015 are for the second two weeks of June and the month of September.
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