Tuesday, December 22, 2009


Residency Program for Artist

Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (302) 656-6466 x7101. National and international artists; 6 week residency; accommodations and studio space.

Center for Arts and Religion, Wesley Theological Seminary, 4500 Massachusetts Ave. NW, Washington, DC 20016 (202) 885-8617. Open to artists producing spiritually oriented and influenced art; one-year residency includes studio, stipend, paid teaching, and exhibition. Artists must arrange own housing. Open to all, all media (visual arts)
Experimental Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Room 1240, Arts & Industries Bld., Washington, DC 20560 (202) 786-2850. Residencies in exhibit design, educational and public programming, etc.; monthly stipend. (Visual arts, arts administration)
NEA International Program, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave., Washington, DC 20506 (202) 682-5422. Two month residencies in Canada or Mexico, six month fellowships in Japan. (Architects, creative writers, designers, media, visual arts, others)
Partners of the Americas, 1424 K St. NW #700, Washington, DC 20005. 1 month; artist exchange among US, Latin American, and Caribbean countries; airfare, room, board with families, expense money. (Visual arts)

Baltimore Clay works, 5706 Smith Ave., Baltimore, MD 21209 (410) 578-1919. One year AIR, pays small stipend, one artist per year. No housing provided. Studio space, access to equipment, solo exhibition. (Ceramics)
Glen Echo Park, 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo, MD 20812 (301) 492-6229. Not technically a residency program, since no housing is provided, although considered by the National Park Service as part of their programs for working artists. Rent-free studios on the grounds of a former amusement park (although artists must pay utilities fee); artists must provide classes, studio tours, demonstrations for field trips and festivals. Funky atmosphere; lots of public interaction. 9 residencies of 3 years each and 3 of 1 year each. Open to individuals or groups of 2D and 3D visual artists, photographers, craftspeople, performers, and musicians. (Visual and performing arts)
Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, 801 Chase St., Annapolis, MD 21401 (410)
263-5544. AIR Program; especially interested in artists working in alternative or new processes who can work in a 200 sq. ft. space. (Visual arts)
Pyramid Atlantic, 6001 66th Ave. #103, Riverdale, MD 20737 (301) 459-7154. Artists collaborate with master printers and papermakers to extend their work and ideas. Artists may pursue one-of-a-kind works or auditioned paperwork’s, paintworks, or artist books; technical and staff support available. (Visual arts)

Artists for Environment Foundation, AIR Program, Box 44, Walpack Center, NJ 07881. Open to visual arts, occasionally writers and musicians. (Visual arts)
Creative Glass Center of America, Denise Gonzalez Dendrinos, Program Coordinator, 1501 Glass town Rd., Millville, NJ 08332 (609) 825-6800 ext. 2733. Housing, stipend, equipment, technical assistance. 4 glass artists at a time; 3 months; fellows work in view of museum visitors for 12 hours/wk. (visual arts)
Newark Museum, Arts Workshop for Adults, 49 Washington St., Box 540, Newark, NJ 07101. 1 month residency in clay, fiber, fine metals, jewelry, enameling, sculpture, painting, photography, printmaking. (Visual arts)
Peters Valley Crafts Center, 19 Kuhn Rd., Layton, NJ 07851 (973) 948-5200. AIR Program in fine crafts located in the Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area; open studios; year round. Stipend paid. Residents coordinate the summer workshop program, including scheduling, studio management, and selection of studio assistants. This amounts to a part-time job. One resident each in blacksmithing, ceramics, fibers, fine metals, photography, and woodworking. (Visual arts)
Printmaking Council of NJ, 440 River Rd., Somerville, NJ 08876 (908) 725-2110. 1 month residencies, $2,000 stipend, plus housing allowance. Some teaching, exhibition. 45 minutes from NYC. Printmaking, letterpress, papermaking, photography, and experimental (visual arts)

Affiliate Artists, Inc., 37 W. 65 St., New York, NY 10023 (212) 580-2000. Carol Wolff, Director. Community residencies for solo performing artists in dance, music, theatre, mime, conducting. (Performing arts)
The Edward F. Albee Foundation, Inc., 14 Harrison St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 226-2020. Runs the William Flanagan Memorial Creative Persons Center in Montauk, NY (a.k.a. "The Barn"); residencies for up to 6 people at a time; one month residencies from June 1 to Oct. 1; no fees; residents responsible for own meals, transportation. (Visual, literary, performing arts)
Apeiron Workshops, Box 551, Silver Mountain Rd., Millerton, NY 12546. (Visual arts, architecture, criticism and theory)
Arranged Introductions, 155 Wooster St. #6F, New York, NY 10012 (212) 420-5965. (Performing, visual arts)
Art Awareness, Inc., Rte. 42, Box 177, Lexington, NY 12452-0177 (518) 989-6433. 100 acres of fields and woodlands on a turn-of-the-century resort in the Catskill Mountains.; 4 cabins and two apartments; no fees; artists purchase own food and prepare meals; residencies approx. 3 weeks in length. (Visual, performing arts)
ART/OMI, 55 Fifth Ave., 15th flr., New York, NY 10003 (212) 206-5660. Runs Ledig House studios in a converted 1830 farmhouse in NY's Hudson River Valley, near Chatham; rooming in nearby houses; no fees; awards 12-20 three week residencies per year. (Visual, performing, literary arts)
Art Park, Box 371, Lewiston, NY 14902 (716) 754-9000. Payment $450/wk. Plus living allowance of $200 and travel allowance; residencies range from one to six weeks. (Visual and performing arts)
The Asian Cultural Council, 280 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10016. Supports residencies in Japan for American artists pursuing creative projects; residencies usually from 1 to 6 mos. (performing and visual arts)
Blue Mountain Center, P.O. Box 109, Blue Mountain Lake, NY 12812 (518) 352-7391. No fees; residencies of one month between June 15 and October 15; 15 artists at a time. "Particularly interested in fine work which evinces social and ecological concern." Located in the heart of the Adirondack Mountains. (visual, literary, performing arts)
Bronx Council on the Arts, 1738 Hone Ave., Bronx, NY 10461. (visual arts)
Bronx Writers' Center, Van Lier Literary Program, 2521 Glebe Ave., Bronx, NY 1046101486. (718) 409-1265. 3 9-month residencies plus $7,000 fellowship given to NY poets and fiction writers under 30. (literary arts)
Byrdcliffe Arts Colony, The Woodstock Guild, 34 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498 (914) 679-2079. Fees; up to 16 week long residencies, average length 4 weeks, June through Sept.; residents make own meals; up to 10 artists at a time; fees charged, residents provide own meals. (visual, literary, performing arts)

HOW TO APPLY: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Please include resume, recommendation, and 10 slides of recent work. Contact Meg Oliver, Ceramics Director, Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild, 34 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498. 845-679-4836.
Byrd Hoffman Foundation/The Watermill Center, 131 Varick St., Suite 908, New York, NY 10013 (212) 620-0220. Runs a center on the south shore of Long Island, NY. (performing, media, visual arts)
The Catskill Colony, c/o Teresa Kennedy, 40 W. 86th St., NYC 10024 (212) 362-3126. Retreat, Classes, Writers; Boot Camp; Fees charged; located in South Fallsburg, NY; fully equipped.
Center for Exploratory and Perceptual Art (CEPA), 700 Main St., 4th Floor, Buffalo, NY 14202 (716) 856-2717. Year-round residency program; funds projects from emerging and established visual artists from NY; residents interact with local community through public lectures, studio visits with student artists, high school discussions. (visual arts)
Center for Photography at Woodstock, 59 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498 (914) 679-9957. (photography)
The Cintas Foundation, Inc., Institute of International Education, 809 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017 (212) 984-5565. Artists of Cuban citizenship or direct descent (having a Cuban parent or grandparent) who do not live in Cuba. Supports architects, writers, composers, and visual artists (including photographers). Fellowships of $10,000 to pursue artistic activities in the US or other countries. (visual, literary, performing arts)
Damas Gracias Writers' Workspace, Allegra Vida, Inc., Grant Rd., Gilboa, NY 12076. Fees; some scholarships and work exchange; also offers workshops (literary arts)
Dieu Donne Papermill, 3 Crosby St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 226-0573. Workspace program; 4 artists selected each year to receive $500 and 5 days at the Mill with full technical assistance and materials. Open to emerging artists working in all disciplines who wish to explore "the applications of hand-made paper as a viable method of art-making." (visual arts: printmaking, papermaking, book arts)
Eastern Frontier Society, 342 Pine Brook Road, Bedford, NY 10506. Provides room, board, and studio on an island of 150 acres. Trails, woods, log buildings, dock, open fields. Facilties are rustic, but do contain plumbing and electricity. (visual, literary arts)
Engine 27, 173 Franklin St., New York, NY 10013 (212) 431-7466. Offers 12-24 residencies per year to sound artists, composers, musicians, and new media artists. Welcomes artists without technical proficiency with digital technologies, as each artist is assigned a programmer/engineer. Open to Master and Mid-Career Artists, Emerging Artists, and collaborations. Honorarium awarded. (performing, media arts)
Ensemble Studio Theater/Playwrights-in-Residence Program, 549 W. 52 St., New York, NY 10019 (212) 247-4982. Playwrights only. (literary arts)
Experimental Television Center, AIR Program, 109 Lower Fairfield Rd., Newark Valley, NY 13811 (607) 687-4341. Residencies of 3-5 days with personalized instruction and access to low-cost video and computer imaging equipment. Housing, equipment, technical assistance. Fees charged. (media arts)
Freelance Authors Guild, Inc., Box 2656, Westport, CT 06880. Writers' colony developing in Green County, NY; 30 one-month residencies; preference given to writers of promise with first novels or other book-length works in progress; some grants-in-aid avail. (literary arts)
The Gell Writers' Center of the Finger Lakes, Writers & Books, 740 University Ave., Rochester, NY 14607 (716) 473-2590. On 25 acres on Canandaigua Lake; 2 bedroom house; fees charged; year-round; average residencies are 7-10 days. (literary arts)
Global Village, 454 Broome St, New York, NY 10013 (212) 966-7526. (media arts)
Harvestworks, AIR Program, 596 Broadway, #602, New York, NY 10012 (212) 431-1130. Fees charged; 20-60 hours of studio time with access to 3 professional production studios, full-time engineer, tape and other materials. Residencies run Jan. 1 through Sept. 31. Open to artists who use sound, picture, or technology as a creative medium. (media, performing arts)
Henry Street Settlement, 466 Grand St., New York, NY 10002 (212) 598-0400. 6 artists per year. Residencies of one year. Located in the Lower East Side of Manhattan; artists must make use of studio in a collective workspace at least 20 hours per week. Artists must be from NYC; artists must donate 3+ hours per week of in-kind service to the center. (visual arts)
Holocenter: Center for Holographic Arts, 45-10 Court Sq., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 784-5065. Several residency programs available, which allow access to equipment and provide technical assistance; stipends paid; most residencies last 10 days; 8 residencies per year. (visual arts)
Hudson Valley Artists Foundation, Inc., PO Box 114, 163 Third Ave., New York, NY 10003. 10 month weekend residency program providing studio space and workshops on a country estate 1.5 hours north of NYC. Up to 10 artists; open only to artists living in the New York City greater metropolitan area. (visual arts)
Independent Curators, Inc., 799 Broadway, New York, NY 10003. Arranges lectures and performances as well as individual appearance and long-term residencies; fees vary; open to visual artists, choreographers, dancers, musicians, and art critics (visual, performing arts).
Institute for Art & Urban Resources, Inc., Project Studios One, 46-01 21st St., Long Island City, NY 11101
The Institute for Contemporary Art, P.S.1 Museum, 22-25 Jackson Ave., Long Island City, NY 11101 (718) 784-2084 or (212) 233-1096. Runs two locations (Queens and Manhattan); no fees. Residency of one year for professional artists from US or Northern Ireland. No housing. (visual and performing arts)
John Steinbeck Writer's Room, Long Island University, Southampton Campus Library, Southampton, NY 11968 (516) 283-4000, ext. 150. (literary arts)
Ledig House International Writers Colony, 43 Letter S Rd., Ghent, NY 12075 (518) 392-7656. For professional writers from around the world with proficiency in English; fiction, poetry, translation, playwrights, screenwriters, onfiction writers; 2.5 hours from NYC on 130 acres overlooking the Catskill Mtns.; 2 weeks to 2 months (literary arts).
Light Work, 316 Waverly Ave., Syracuse, NY 13244 (315) 443-1300. 1 month residencies in photography and digital media. Private/semi private apartments, $1,200 stipend, private darkroom, 24 hour access to photo and computer lab facilities; artists asked to donate work while in residence; 12-15 residencies per year (visual arts).
Long Island University, Art Dept., 1 Univeristy Plaza, Brooklyn, NY 11201. One-semester residencies to professional artists in painting, printmaking, and ceramics, stuio and equipment in exchange for teaching (visual arts).
Lower East Side Printshop, Inc., AIR Program, 59-61 E. 4th St., New York, NY 10003-5390 (212) 673-5390. For short-term printmaking projects; monthly fee; 24 hour access to facilities and tools, up to 10 hours of limited tech assistance per month; 30 artists per year; participants supply their own travel and accommodation expenses (visual arts).
Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC), 5 World Trade Center, Suite 9235, New York, NY 10048 (212) 432-0900. World Views is an AIR Program providing free, temporary studio space on the 91st floor of One World Trade Center, donated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. 2 5-month residency cycles per year; winter session (Nov. to March) and summer (May to Sept.); 24 hour access; spaces are shared and raw; small stipend; visits by critics, curators, and students arranged (visual arts).
Meat Market Workshop, PO Box 28, Cochecton Center, NY 12727. (Winter address: Kay Glasser, 158 81st St., Suite 133, New York, NY 10024). Summer residencies and internships; some scholarships (visual arts).
The Millay Colony for the Arts, Steepletop, PO Box 3, 444 East Hill Rd., Austerlitz, NY 12017 (518) 392-3103. 600 acre estate; 1 month residencies; no fees; 6 artists at a time (visual, literary, and performing arts).
Millet Farm, 295 Bowery, New York, NY 10003. (212) 473-2846. Colony for women on a Poughkeepsie tree farm. Studio, room, board. Private rooms, food, utilities, laudry, darkroom facilities, woodworking tools, ample studio space. Residents asked to work 5 hours per day; residencies range from a few weeks to a full summer. $70 board fee.
My Retreat, Writers Colony and B&B, Po Box 1077, Lincoln Rd., South Fallsburg, NY 12779 (800) 225-0256. In the foothills of the Catskills Mtns.; fees charged for rooms; each room has a desk and a lovely view of the woods; private suite avail.; monthly rates negotiable; breakfasts provided; guests responsible for remainder of meals but kitchen facilities are available for cooking; workshops in fiction, poetry, publishing, photography, and other subjects offered; main house and two cottages; first-come, first-served (literary arts and "artists of life").
Naples Mill School of Arts & Crafts, AIR Program, 33 Academy St., PO Box 567, Naples, NY 14512. 1 to 3 years, includes expenses, studio space, living arrangements; no teaching; photographers only (visual arts).
New York Experimental Glass Workshop, Inc., 647 Fulton St., Brooklyn, NY 11217. 6-12 week visiting artists residencies for artists working in hot glass, neaon, kiln-working, or cold-working techniques; "to develop new work or new media"; honoraria awarded (visual arts).
New York Stage and Film Co., 121 W. 72 St. #3-C, New York, NY 10012 (media arts).
Northeast Play Labs, Box 13479, Albany, NY 11212. Playwrights only (literary arts).
Oswego Art Guild, PO Box 315, Ft. Ontario Park, Oswego, NY 13126. Photography (visual arts).
Palisades Interstate Park Commission, AIR Program, Administration Blg., Bear Mountain, NY 10911. Residency plus stipend (visual arts).
Saltonstall Arts Colony, Constance Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts, 120 Brindley St., Ithaca, NY 14850 (607) 277-4933. Month-long retreats for artists from NY State (visual and literary arts)
Sculpture Space, Inc., 12 Gates St., Utica, NY 13502 (315) 724-8381. Some non-funded residencies, stome stipends. Housing in homes of Board members and volunteers, or nearby motels and YMCA. 2 month residencies offered year-round, 28 artists annually (up to 4 at a time); technical assistance, use of equipment, and work space (visual arts).
Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, 200 Park Ave. S., Suite 1116, New York, NY 10003 (212) 529-0505. Intensive 9-week summer residency, June through August. Shared living quarters, all meals, studio space, one-on-one critiques by major international artists, lectures and informal seminars. Other activities include performances, reading groups, parties, a costume ball, nightly volleyball. Sculpture shop, darkroom, technology studio, library, art supply store. 65 artists per summer, average age 28. Fees paid, some scholarships, all artists must work approx. 1 hour per day (visual arts).
Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 100 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, NY 10301 (718) 448-2500 (visual arts).
Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, Stone Quarry Rd., Cazenovia, NY 13035 (315) 655-3196. For sculptors whose park relates to the natural environment; primarily large outdoor sculpture; residencies from May to October; 2 artists; workspace and lodging provided, some stipends depending on availability of funds (visual arts).
Studio Museum in Harlem. 144 W. 125 th St., New York, NY 10027 (212) 864-4500. Awards 3 residencies per year to emerging artists; 4 month residencies for American artists of African descent; stipend. (visual arts).
Summer Solstice Theater Conference, 15 Third St., Brooklyn, NY 11231. Playwrights only (literary arts).
Visual Studies Workshop, 31 Prince St., Rochester, NY 14607 (716) 442-8676. 2 weeks to one month residencies include access to facilities, living space; media arts, film, video, photography, visual arts, book art (visual and media arts).
Women's Studio Workshop, PO Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472 (914) 658-9133. Located among marsh and woodland in the rolling Shawangunk Mountains of the mid-Hudson River valley, 2 hours noth of NYC. Fees charged for Fellowship program; stipend offered to Artist Book Residency recipients; housing in shared, on-site apartment; residencies of 2-6 weeks; facilities include studios in intaglio, silkscreen, hand papermaking, photography, clay and letterpress (visual arts).
Woodstock School of Art, PO Box 338W, Woodstock, NY 12498 (914) 679-2388. Artist workspace fellowships for work in drawing, painting, sculpture, or graphics (visual arts).
Writers Voice Studios, West Side YMCA, 5 W. 63rd St., New York, NY 10023 (2212) 787-4400. Studio space only, no residencies (literary arts).
The Writers' Center at Chautaqua, PO Box 408, Chatqua, NY 14722 (717) 872-8337 (literary arts).
Writers' Room, 153 Waverly Place, 5th Floor, New York, NY 10014 (212) 755-6710 (literary arts).
Writers' Studio, Mercantile Library Assoc., 17 E. 47th St., New York, NY 10017 (212) 755-6710 (literary arts).
Yaddo, PO Box 395, Union Ave., Saratoga Springs, NY 12866 (518) 584-0746. No fees; artists housed in 55-room historic mansion on a 400 acre estate; residencies of 2 weeks to 2 months. Can accommodate up to 35 artists at a time. (visual, performing, literary arts).
Zen Arts Studio Center & Mountain Monastery, PO Box 197 PC, S. Plank Rd., Mt. Tremper, NY 12457 (914) 688-2415. Located on 230 acres of nature preserve in the foothills of the Catskills Mtns. Open to "all artists interested in pursuing their creative work within the context of Zen practice and the daily Zen training schedule." Fees charged. (visual, performing, literary, media arts).

Brandywine Workshop, 730 South Broad St., Philadelphia, PA 19146 (215) 546-3675.
Visiting Artist Fellowships offer studio space for printmakers and other visual artists; 15 short-term fellowships awarded per year, includes stipend. Also offers Regional Artist Fellowships for artists within commuting distance and Young Artist Fellowships for Philadelphia artists under age 35 that provide studio space but no housing. (visual arts)

Bucknell University, Philip Rother Residence in Creative Writing, Stadler Center for Poetry, Lewisburg, PA 17837 (570) 577-1853. Open to fiction writers and poets over 21 years who are working on a first or second book; 2.5 month residency includes housing, meals, studio, and stipend. (literary arts)
Chester Springs Studio, 1668 Art School Rd., PO Box 329, Chester Springs, PA 19425 (610) 827-2722. 4 residencies. Materials and/or firing allowance of up to $300; stipend of $600 for 3 weeks; all visual artists are eligible; ceramic studio contains raku kilns, wood kiln, wood/salt kiln, and gas kiln; particularly interested in artists who turn to the landscape as a source to develop ideas, whether expressed in non-traditional or traditional form. (visual arts)

Clay Studio, 139 N. Second St., Philadelphia, PA 19106 (215) 925-3453. One year residency in ceramics: September 1 to August 31, offers the Evelyn Shapiro Foundation Fellowship, includes studio space, monthly $500 stipend, materials, firing allowance, access to kilns and glaze, solo exhibition. (visual arts)

Fabric Workshop, 1315 Cherry Street, 5th floor, Philadelphia, PA 19107 (215) 568-1111. Address queries to Artist Advisory Committee; artists of all media who would like to work in fiber and screen printing; residencies for one artist at a time for special projects; 10-12 artists per year (fiber arts)

Mattress Factory, 500 Sampsonia Way, Pittsburgh, PA 15212-4444 (412) 231-3169. 11 studios/galleries; stipend, artists given per diem for meals; 1 - 2 mo. residencies; exhibition. (site-specific installations and performance art)
The Mattress Factory
500 Sampsonia Way
Pittsburgh Pennsylvania
T: 412.231.3169
F: 412.322.2231
E: info@mattress.org

Moravian Tile Works, 130 Swamp Road, Doylestown, PA 18901 (215) 345-6722. Only open to artists from the Mid-Atlantic region. Ceramic artists and others wishing to work in ceramics; summer and fall sessions; AIR Program. 6 week residency includes housing, transportation, and stipend. (visual arts)

New Arts Program, 173 W. Main St., PO Box 82, Kutztown, PA 19530 (610) 683-6440. (performing, visual, literary arts)

The Schuylkill Center, 8480 Hagy's Mill Rd., Philadelphia, PA 19128. AIR Program with honorarium, studio, housing. Proposal should include workshop or community/student interaction with nature theme that broadens awareness. Visual artists working in 2 or 3 dimensions. (visual arts)
Soaring Gardens, Laceyville, PA. Applications to: David Ostwald, Lerman Trust, 463 West St., NYC 10014. Former country residence of artist Ora Lerman; residents live in original farmhouse, surrounded by gardens fashioned after Monet's gardens at Giverny; 40 miles from Scranton. Residencies of 2-4 weeks from June-Sept.; housekeepers and gardeners maintain facilities and grounds; residents prepare own meals; artists may apply as individuals or in groups. (visual and performing arts)
Studio for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, College of Fine Arts, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890 (412) 268-3454. To support experimental and cross-disciplinary work; 1 yr. Residency; stipend of $30,000; one public presentation required. Access to multimedia labs, computing resources, sculpture studios, MIDI equipment. (visual , literary, performing, and media arts)
Wood Turning Center, International Turning Exchange, 501 Vine St., Philadelphia, PA 199106 (215) 923-8000--8 week residency for 4 lathe artists, one scholar, one furniture maker/educator, and one photojournalist. $350 week plus transportation and housing. http://www.woodturningcenter.org



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Red Studio @ Antique Village

3758 Howard Ave

Kensington, MD 20895, USA

Open 7 days Monday to Saturday

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FROM THE BELTWAY(Washington, D.C. Beltway, Rt. 495)

Take Connecticut Ave. (Exit #33) North, towards Kensington about 1 1/2 miles. After your 3rd traffic light you will see the Antique Row sign on the right hand side of the road, take your next right onto E. Howard Ave. Parking is available along Howard Ave. as well as at the private shops.