Founded:
1977
Duration:
6 Months
Paid by host:

Exemplifying the spirit of UrbanGlass' mission, the residency fosters experimentation and advances the critical understanding of glass as a creative medium. The program offers participants a $4,000 budget to be used for scheduled studio rentals and education programming taught by leaders in the field.

Paid by artist:

Accommodation and board, travel costs.

Application guidelines:

No application fee. The application form is online.

Deadline:
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UrbanGlass

UrbanGlass

New York Contemporary Glass Center
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Description

The UrbanGlass Studio Residency annually provides four emerging glass artists the opportunity to create a new body of work through supported studio experimentation. Since 2016, the residency has provided more than 18 artists and designers with the essential resources of space, education, and time to turn their ambitious ideas into reality.

Outcome

At the end of their residency, selected artists will present their work, discuss their practice, and connect with the greater UrbanGlass community with an artist-talk or similar public program.

Studio Information

UrbanGlass’ 17,000-square-foot state-of-the-art glass studio offers a complete glassworking studio with a hot shop, cold shop, flameworking studio, neon shop, mold shop, and kiln shop. Residents may make use of any or all of these areas of the studio.

Accommodation Information

Fellowship does not include room and board.

Technical Information

Scheduled access to all UrbanGlass studios, technical support and instruction.

Contact information
Addresses

647 Fulton Street (entrance at 57 Rockwell)
Brooklyn, NY NY 11217-1112
United States

Email
info [at] urbanglass.org