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Apply any time

Find here residency programmes that welcome applications all year long. Keep in mind that applying for an artist-in-residence program takes a lot of preparation time: we advise you to check this page on a regular base.

GAMBAZine (United States)

GAMBA Magazine and Brooklyn Wildlife Creative Services Firm came together to create GAMBA Z\'s Artist Residency. They are located in Brooklyn, NY and therefore have a plethora of resources, venues, galleries, networks and independent partnerships that make our residency desirable and connected.

GAMBA Magazine grew into more than a publication but...

Squeaky Wheel (United States)

Squeaky Wheel is a grassroots, artist run non-profit media arts center to promote and support film, video, computer, digital, and audio art by media artists and community members. They provide low-cost access to video and film equipment rental, editing suites, workshops, and screenings of independent and avant-garde film and video....

Seven Below Arts Initiative (United States)

The Seven Below Arts Initiative was established to foster artistic development and to support arts education in the state of Vermont. The residencies are designed to provide artists with a peaceful, inspiring, and supportive environment for individual and/or collaborative new work. The residency program is open to...

Kokoro Studio Retreat Center (United States)

Kokoro is an exquisite private time and place where anyone can enter and be transformed by the unique environment. At Kokoro, opening and renewal can unfold personally and artistically. Kokoro offers a rare opportunity to nurture your body, mind and spirit in a restful and resorative environment....

Access Arts/School of Service (United States)

School of Service began in 1971, and has grown steadily since, evolving into the Access Arts program of today. Their mission is to provide creative learning experiences for everyone. They offer instruction in a variety of art media, with an emphasis on serving those who are underserved.

At Access Arts, the...

Corning center for the fine arts (United States)

The Corning Center for the Fine Arts (CCFA) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the creation of interdisciplinary arts. The mission of the center is to provide citizens and visitors to Corning with a unique venue at which to enjoy that which makes Corning a great place to live and visit. The Artist in Residency...

The UT Dallas Artists Residency (United States)

CentralTrak accepts applications from all national and international artists: visual, literary, performing and curatorial. Artists or writers working in painting, new media, sculpture, architecture, creative writing, sound art, theory and criticism, dance, music, photography, urbanism, social practices and...

The Carriage House (United States)

In 1993, the Islip Art Museum opened the Carriage House as a project space where contemporary artists can create and exhibit new and experimental work. Since its first season, the Carriage House has steadily expanded its programming and services to become a major cultural resource in the greater New York region. The Islip Art...

Flint Public Art Project (United States)

Through its Stone Street Coop & Residency, Flint Public Art Project (FPAP) supports students, artists, designers, community leaders and teachers with free or affordable housing in order to allow residents time and space to pursue their crafts and to produce artistic projects in Flint.

The Stone Street Coop &...