Each artist is granted a free non-living studio space, a $20,000 fellowship and a $1,000 material stipend.
Accommodation, travel, visa... (can all be covered by fellowship)
The Museum will accept online applications only and will require two recommendations, a resume and an artist statement (400 word limit). The application accepts 8–10 images, video and PDF files; no word docs please.
The Studio Museum in Harlem is a contemporary art museum that focuses on the work of artists of African descent locally, nationally and globally, as well as work that has been inspired and influenced by African-American culture, through its exhibitions, Artists-in-Residence program, education and public programming, permanent collection, archival and research facilities. The Studio Museum in Harlem is committed to serving as a unique resource in its local community and in national and international arenas by making art works and exhibitions concrete and personal for each viewer and providing a context within which to address the contemporary and historical issues presented through art created by artists of African descent.
Artists are expected to work in the studio a minimum of twenty hours per week and participate in open studios and public programs. At the end of the residency, an exhibition of the artists’ work is presented in the Museum’s galleries.
Artists have 24-hour-access to the Museum's third-floor studios
Located in Harlem, New York City
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