$17,000 stipend to cover living, materials, and other expenses and 24/7 Studio Access.
Travel to and from the residency to be covered by artist. Materials must be covered by artist, but ample stipend will cover most of this. Food is covered by artist.
The AIR program is designed to enhance the educational experience of our Furniture Program’s students at the undergraduate and graduate levels. Working alongside an emerging or established artist, engaging in dialogue with the resident in the studio and classroom, and learning diverse technical skills from a new artist is a rare and valuable opportunity for all students in the Furniture Program.
The Furniture Program in the School of Art + Design, at San Diego State University is excited to announce the next cycle of its Artist in Residence (AIR) Program. The program invites one resident per semester to work within the Program’s studio and attracts both emerging and established artists looking for an opportunity to engage in a period of intense productivity.
Partially furnished apartment near campus.
Access to the studios is 24/7 and includes traditional woodworking tools and advanced digital fabrication machinery. The Digital Fabrication Lab consists of a two CNC routers, a 3D laser scanner, and an ABS 3D printer, 4 Form Labs 3d resin printers, cnc machinist mill, a cnc lathe, and a Wazer desktop waterjet cutter. In addition residents will have access to a well equipped metal working studio.
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