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1/15: RESIDENCIES

  • Art Students League-Vytlacil Campus
  • One month Drawing Residency March 2013
  • Light Work Artist-In-Residence Program, Syracuse, New York USA (DEADLINE: ONGOING)
  • 33 Officina Creativa – 33OC Artist Residency – Toffia, Italy (Deadline: Feb 25th, 2013)
  • Residency at Montalvo Arts Center

Art Students League-Vytlacil Campus

Four Scholarships

The Art Students League’s Vytlacil Artist-in-Residence Program annually provides full scholarships for four artists to participate in our Spring 2013 residency program in Rockland County, about 24 miles north of New York City.

Professional, emerging, and teaching artists over 18 years old are encouraged to apply.

Send a completed application form to residency@artstudentsleague.org along with the required application materials: a completed personal information form, two letters of recommendation, and 10 JPEG images with accompanying descriptions (name,title, date, medium, size).

Alternatively, you may provide a web address where your works may be viewed.

For more information go to http://www.theartstudentsleague.org/ResidencyVytlacilCampus.aspx

One month Drawing Residency March 2013

Is your drawing practice primarily concerned with ideas of abstraction ?

We are interested in an artist who has an experimental approach to drawing as abstraction, notation, repetition and/or geometry.

The selected applicant will receive a stipend for this one month residency to cover studio and material costs.

For more information, go to http://www.drawinternational.com

Light Work Artist-In-Residence Program, Syracuse, New York USA (DEADLINE: ONGOING)

Each year Light Work invites 12-15 artists to participate in its residency program, including one artist co-sponsored by Autograph ABP. Artists selected for the residency program are invited to live in Syracuse for one month. They receive a $4,000 stipend, an apartment to stay in, a private digital studio, a private darkroom, and 24-hour access to our facility.

Our color-managed digital imaging lab features Macintosh workstations equipped with flatbed and film scanners. Output options include Epson 9900, 9800, and 4880 printers that can render continuous gray-scale and color prints onto a broad variety of materials. Artists use Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Macromedia Director Studio, Flash, Dreamweaver, Adobe Premiere, DVD Studio Pro software packages, iLife, and more programs. In addition, our traditional lab facility can accommodate just about any black-and-white process from alternative processes to mural printing.

Light Work supports artists working in photography and related media. Through our partnership with the Urban Video Project, we can also provide some direct support to video artists.

Participants in the residency program are expected to use their month to pursue their own projects: photographing in the area, printing for a specific project or book, and so on. Artists are not obligated to teach at our facility, though we hope that the artists are friendly and accessible to local artists. Work produced by the Artists-in-Residence will also be published in Light Work’s publication Contact Sheet.

HOW TO APPLY

All artists working in photography and related media are eligible to apply to Light Work’s Artist-in-Residence program. There is no deadline, and applications are reviewed on a rolling basis. Applying is FREE, and open to artists of all nationalities.

To submit online, simply visit http://lightwork.slideroom.com and follow the instructions.

While there is a deadline listed for the online application, submissions are reviewed regularly throughout the year and applicants may be notified at any time.

The application process takes an average of four months. Applicants will receive an email confirming that we have received the application. If you have any questions about the application process or would like an update on the status of your application, please contact Shane Lavalette at shane@lightwork.org

If an application cannot be sent digitally, please mail a Letter of Intent, Artist Statement, Resume/CV, and 10-20 image files on a disk or prints to the following address. Be sure to include your contact info, mailing address, and e-mail.

Light Work

Artist-in-Residence Program

316 Waverly Avenue

Syracuse, NY 13244

USA

Please note: If you mail an application your materials will be discarded unless exact return posted is included.

More here: http://lightwork.org/residency/apply.html

33 Officina Creativa – 33OC Artist Residency – Toffia, Italy (Deadline: Feb 25th, 2013)

Duration: April 1 – May 31

Eligibility: The program is open to individual artists at any stage of their professional career, working in visual arts, photography, film & video, media arts, performing arts, music and literature.

Cost: 33oc is a nonprofit organization currently functioning without any external financing. At the moment we can continue to host artists only based on artists’ contributions.

The cost per artist/month is as follows:

250 Euros/month per artist. Residents are responsible for their travel, working materials, food and personal expenses during the residency.

15 Euros/load for laundry services.

Decription:

33OC Artist in Residency program is community & space where international artists can share places, experiences and sensibilities. The aim of the residency is to challenge perceptions about how Art is made and integrated in everyday life by devising unconventional scenarios for introducing ideas into the public realm.

The residency is conceived of as a regenerative intercultural meeting place, aimed particularly at international artists who are enthusiastic about working within the Toffia environment, and who are energetic about making connections in this context.

The 1-month residency is an opportunity for artists to confront new ideas or experiment with their work and the particular territory of Sabina region. We wish to improve artists’ ability to pay attention to constructed and natural environment, eventually, to find new ways of interaction between art, society and the territory.

General Information:

The program is open to individual artists at any stage of their professional career, working in visual arts, photography, film & video, media arts, performing arts, music and literature. We are particularly interested in artists interested in engaging the local community and/or working with the particular cultural and geographic characteristics of Toffia and Sabina region.

At the beginning of the residency artists will have the opportunity to introduce themselves to the community and fellow artists with an informal presentation of their previous work. Each residency period concludes with an Open Studios day.

Location:

Located in Toffia, a small and quiet medieval hilltop village in the middle of Sabina, about 60km NE of Rome, and is hosted within a renovated 13th Century church/theatre building, which also hosts various cultural activities for the community (theater, film screenings, concerts and various classes.)

Disciplines:

Visual Arts (including environmental art & installation)*, Photography, Moving Image (including video and film art, documentary, animation, interactive art), Music Composition/Sound Sculpture, Performance Art/Theatre, Creative Writing.

* Please note that we cannot provide facilities for Printmaking, Sculpture, Ceramics or large-scale painting. Artists interested in community-based projects or interested in projects that respond to the specificities of the space are particularly welcome to apply.

Paid by Host:

Accommodation & studio spaces.

Utilities & administrative costs, internet service.

Paid by Artist:

33oc is a nonprofit organization currently functioning without any external financing. At the moment we can continue to host artists only based on artists’ contributions.

The cost per artist/month is as follows:

250 Euros/month per artist. Residents are responsible for their travel, working materials, food and personal expenses during the residency.

15 Euros/load for laundry services.

Duration: 1 month.

Spring session: April, May, and June;

Autumn session: September, October, and November.

Deadline for Applications:

For Spring 2013 we accept applications between:

December 10, 2012 and February 25, 2013

For Autumn 2013 we accept applications between:

April 1 and June 25th, 2013

The residencies are intended as professional development opportunities for contemporary artists. Artistic merit is the basis for all selections. Proposals for self-directed creative residencies must be compatible with our location and the available workspaces, facilities and resources. For more specific information on our requirements and selection process please visit our website: http://www.33oc.org

Our application can be made online only. A link to submit your application can be found on our website. You will be prompted to:

1. Complete the application form.

2. Submit a current resume of maximum 2 pages.

3. Upload 6 – 10 images, texts, video and/or audio clips (depending on discipline) of your work created in the last three years.

4. Provide image details for each image file (title of work, date executed, media and dimensions). Add any brief narrative necessary to inform the jury about each individual work.

5. A maximum 500 word letter stating reasons for application and a description of the project to be developed during the residency.

6. Pay the 20.00 US Dollars application fee (via Credit Card or PayPal).

Foreign Applicants Please Note:

• Accepted applicants must be able to speak and understand English.

For more information about the Artist Residency Program visit our website: http://www.33oc.org

Residency at Montalvo Arts Center

Attention Artists of all Disciplines!

For the first time since reopening in 2004, the Lucas Artists Residency Program at Montalvo Arts Center is hosting an open application process solely for California artists. Through the generous support of the Irvine Foundation, Montalvo Arts Center’s Lucas Artists Residency Program will be accepting applications from artists of any discipline residing in California. The Lucas Artists Residency Program is a multi-disciplinary, international residency, seeking contemporary artists from throughout California who feel they could significantly gain from time in our program and also contribute to the Art Center’s activities through our Final Fridays program, our open house, public presentations, outreach, performance or through explorations of art on our 175-acre public park and historic site.

Montalvo Arts Center’s Artistic Programs develop from our residency. This coming year artists will explore the topic of wellness as we launch our 2013-14 thematic program: Flourish: Artists Explore Wellbeing. For 2014-2015 we will be examining change and innovation. If you address these topics in your own work and/or if you would like to explore them while in residency, please address this in your Letter of Intent.

Applications will only be accepted via Slideroom at: http://www.montalvo arts.slideroom. com/ – deadline is January 25, 2013. All past Lucas Artist Fellows or individuals currently enrolled in a degree program are not eligible to apply. Selected artists will be announced in March 2013.

For more information on Montalvo Arts Center and the Lucas Artists Residency Program (LAP) please visit: http://montalvoarts .org/programs/ residency

We look forward to hearing from you in the New Year!

Director, Lucas Artists Residency Program

Montalvo Arts Center

15400 Montalvo Road

Saratoga, CA 95070

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