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Studio Workspace Residency

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The Studio Workspace Residency is an opportunity for artists to create new work and fully immerse themselves in WSW’s supportive environment. We invite applications from artists at any stage of their careers. This residency gives artists the gift of time, an uninterrupted period to live and work away from the stresses of daily life. Artists may choose to work in any one or more of our studios: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screenprinting, darkroom photography, or ceramics.

Artists receive a thorough studio orientation and are expected to work independently, although studio staff is available to provide assistance. Deep technical assistance can be arranged for an additional fee. Artists must provide their own materials, some of which can be purchased from WSW.

As of 2019, all workspace residencies are fully subsidized! This means that while artists are still responsible for their own travel, materials, meals, and other personal incidentals while in residence, WSW provides housing and studio space at no cost.

Deadline: 
10/15/2019

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Critical Feedback Program at Trestle

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Trestle programs are designed to offer an alternative to the expense of higher education. The Trestle philosophy comes from a belief that artists can grow and learn from each other without the excessive student loans that can come with graduate work at larger institutions. With a studio in NYC, one of the biggest contemporary art meccas in the world, Trestle program participants have the ability to explore all that the city has to offer with a community of like minded individuals.

Trestle’s Critical Feedback Program participants work with art professionals who work in the “real” art world today, actively seeking and earning opportunities, with current information and relevant advice. 

Who is this program ideal for?

Artists interested in a peer support network with regular feedback for six months to a year. (minimum six month commitment required)

Artists who wish to belong to a critique group led by a professional artist/professor.

Artists who want a discounted rate on a studio in Greenwood Heights, Brooklyn (this program is located at Trestle Projects - 62 18th Street, Brooklyn). 

 

About the studios:

24/7 Studio Access

10% discount on a private studio within a vibrant community of artists

Studio rates are $385 - $630 per month depending on size (include utilities)

 

About the Advisors:

Trestle hires experienced artists as session leaders who run the monthly critiques. These individuals are well connected, knowledgeable and give valuable feedback/suggestions. Michael Brennan, Bill Carroll, and Margie Neuhaus will be the advisors for this session. 

 

About the critiques:

Critiques are pre scheduled for the duration of the program. 

Participants may choose to focus on a specific question/problem or may choose to simply hear what others see in their artwork.

There are two groups with 8-10 artists per group. Half of the group receives about 20 minutes of feedback each month. 

Critiques last about three hours.

It is optional to being snacks/refreshments to share at the meetings.

They are mandatory to attend to participate in the program. 

 

What are the perks of participating in the program?

Meet other artists and network

Share opportunities

Get discounted studio space

Extend the conversations with peers outside of critiques!

Pop up exhibition and curation opportunities at Trestle Projects (62 18th Street, Brooklyn)

 

Program dates:

Session 1 : October 1, 2019 through March 31, 2020 

Application Deadline Extended: 8/22/2019 11:59pm

 

About our Session Leaders:

Michael Brennan has been a Trestle Gallery advisory board member since 2014. He is a practicing artist who has exhibited extensively, domestically & internationally. Group exhibitions include PS1/MoMA, Vassar College, St. Peter’s College, etc. He has also written extensively for The Brooklyn Rail, ArtNet, and numerous catalog essays. He currently teaches at Pratt alongside his practice, and has also taught at Hunter College and Cooper Union. 

Bill Carroll has been involved in the New York art world in a variety of roles for over 30 years. He was the Director of the Charles Cowles Gallery, then in Soho,; and the Elizabeth Harris Gallery in Chelsea. Bill also worked in non-profit at the Dia Art Foundation, the Brooklyn Museum, and the Nancy Graves Foundation, and is presently the Director of the Studio Program of The Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts. He has curated numerous exhibitions. Bill has taught at Parsons School of Design in New York, and since 2011 is teaching a course for MFA students at Pratt Institute titled Art World & Professionalism. He has lectured at the New York Foundation for the Arts, New York University, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bard College, School of Visual Arts, Columbia University, Cornell University, and F.I.T. In April 2016 he had a solo installation of fifty-six paintings at the Mid-Manhattan Branch of the New York Pubic Library. Bill is represented by the Elizabeth Harris Gallery in Chelsea, and in January 2019 will have his fifth solo exhibition at the gallery. His work has been reviewed, including by Joe Fyfe in the March 2008 issue of Art in America.

Margie Neuhaus is an artist based in Brooklyn, whose work is inspired by the study of natural and manmade systems. Through the use of light, shadow, and translucency, with colors that are simultaneously and paradoxically intense and subtle/harmonious and dissonant. In her sculptures, installations, books and works on paper, Neuhaus explores concepts of the resilience and fragility of organic systems alongside themes of concealment and revelation. She has had solo exhibitions in Wave Hill’s Sunroom Project Space (Bronx, NY) and at Safe-T-Gallery (Brooklyn, NY). Her work has been exhibited locally and nationally at venues such as Socrates Sculpture Park; P.S.122 Gallery, New York; A + D Gallery (Chicago); Islip Art Museum; Franconia Sculpture Park (Minnesota); Rockland Center for the Arts (West Nyack); Stone Quarry Hill Art Park, (Cazenovia, NY); Convergence XI (Providence, RI); and Fields Sculpture Park at Omi International Arts Center (Ghent, NY). Her exhibitions have been reviewed in the New York Times, Sculpture Magazine, Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture, and Ducts.org. Neuhaus has received residency fellowships from The MacDowell Colony, Socrates Sculpture Park, Virginia Center for the Creative Arts, Sculpture Space, and Ragdale Foundation. Neuhaus received an MFA in Sculpture from Bard College. She was a professor for many years in the Art Department at The College of New Rochelle. Prior to that she taught in the undergraduate and graduate programs at CW Post Campus of Long Island University.

Trestle is a 501c3 non-profit contemporary art space Brooklyn. Our mission is to foster creativity and community by offering exhibition, education, and networking opportunities for contemporary artists and curators. We provide a place for creative people to focus on the development of their art and their career, without the pressures of the commercial art world. Our mission is carried out through four core programs: Contemporary Exhibitions, Professional Development, Community Classes, and Residencies. Trestle is committed to creating and supporting a diverse and inclusive environment for all participants. Artists of all genders, communities, abilities, and cultures help us fulfill our mission to hold a space promoting excellence for all. 

Trestle Art Space is an arts organization that provides studio space to contemporary artists. Located in the Sunset Park and Greenwood Heights areas of Brooklyn, TAS offers the most affordable 24/7 studio space in New York City with open studio access and private studios.    

Deadline: 
08/22/2019

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15
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West Dean Artist-in-Residence Open Call

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Co-ordinated alongside the full-time Fine Art programmes at West Dean College, the residency is designed to support contemporary practitioners in developing research projects and studio-based practices. The residencies are informed by West Dean's rich history of supporting skills-based making as well as the legacy of its founder, Edward James, renowned for his support of individual artists and avant-garde collaborations across a variety of creative fields.

Previous resident artists have included Caroline Achaintre, Gabriele Beveridge, George Charman, Tamara Henderson, Florence Peake, Tahmina Negmat, Rose O'Gallivan, Yelena Popova, Katie Schwab, Renee So, Ross Taylor, and Poppy Jones.

The residency programme provides artists with full board accommodation for a three-week period. Studio space is provided, as well as access to a variety of resources and facilities, including the College Library, technical support, the Historic House and the West Dean Archive and Collection. Applications are encouraged from artists whose interests align with a variety of thematic areas related to the College's history and current activities including, but not limited to:

Architecture, Archives and Collections, Conservation, Dance, Design, Education, Horticulture, Music, Patronage, Publishing, Surrealism, Theatre, and Writing.

Resident artists enrich the creative learning environment of the College by providing support to full-time Graduate and MFA students. This will include a presentation on their practice or research, tutorials and/or seminars, workshops and group critiques. The amount of time expected to be allocated to these activities is equivalent to two full days.

Residencies are available for three week blocks within the following dates:

Block 1 - Monday 8 October 2019 to Friday 13 December 2019
Block 2 - Tuesday 14 January 2020 to Friday 8 March 2020
Block 3 - Tuesday 21 April 2020 to Friday 5 June 2020

Deadline: 
07/01/2019

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3 Months Solo Artist Residency in London (August to November 2019)

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Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop accepting applications for the next 3 months residency session.

Description of residency program
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop is offering one artist access for three months to one of its spectacular 350 square foot studio spaces, with both natural and professional lighting. The next residency session will take place from August to November 2019.

Working above the gallery space, the successful applicant has the opportunity to network with artists, curators, collectors and the wider public whilst visiting ongoing exhibitions and events organised in the gallery. The residency programme will also provide guidance from gallery directors as well as an end-of-residency solo exhibition organised in the studio space upstairs.

The residency programme is open to artists of all ages and backgrounds including international artists living outside of the United Kingdom.

The applicants will also be automatically considered for the Radical Residency programme.

Accommodation
Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop currently cannot provide housing for its residency programme however we will do everything we can to help direct the selected artist to find a place to stay in London.

This is a fantastic opportunity for an ambitious artist to benefit from a large studio to create a new body of work as large and complex as desired, to experiment, research or take a new direction, and to strengthen a career.

Application information
Criteria for selection:

Applicants must be contemporary practitioners in fine art (painting, drawing, sculpture, conceptual, photography, film or multidisciplinary work)

What we offer:

A three-month free studio of 350 square foot,

An end-of-residency solo exhibition organised by Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop in the studio space upstairs,

An induction session (for international resident artists) to discover the London art scene,

Guidance from Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop director,

Support to the resident artist to organise open studios, artist talks or other events,

Letters of recommendation for funding applications,

Artist membership in Workshop Foundation,

Past resident artists include ubada muti, Solveig Settemsdal, Bianca Barandun, Thomas Garnon, Emma Corrall, Thomas Langley, Morgan Wills, Harrison Pearce and José Carlos Naranjo.

Fees and support
The application cost is £35. This donation helps Unit 1 Gallery | Workshop to continue supporting future artist residencies.

Expectations towards the artist

Applicants must be able to travel to London for the residency duration,

Applicants must be open to collaborate and work with other artists and curators,

Applicants should be interested in fostering a relationship with the gallery’s visitors.

Applicants are invited to organise an artist talk, open studio or similar event.

Application deadline
20 June 2019

Residency starts
20 August 2019

Residency ends
17 November 2019

Deadline: 
06/20/2019
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OPEN CALL for national and international artists, researchers and writers!

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Tangent Projects is very excited to announce that is seeking applicants for it's Cotangent Residency Programme Summer 2019. Open to national and international artists, researchers and writers.

Tangent Projects is offering a free studio space for two months (July and August) for one artist. The residency programme is open to visual artists, researchers and writers that would like to take some time out to work on a particular project.

What Tangent Projects offers:
A free studio space (approx 9m) with 24 hour access.
A bright comfortable communal space for relaxing and also meetings with other artists, curators, gallerists etc. 
Artist talks and work presentations.
On hand curatorial support.
An onsite gallery with and exciting and expansive schedule.

Deadline: 
05/20/2019
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la maison neuve artist residency - Ardèche

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Annex:art is pleased to offer its annual La Maison Neuve Artist Residency, which takes place during the month of June. This residency program, which is being offered in cooperation with Sol 66, is located in the beautiful Ardèche region of south-central France - about 75 miles from Lyon, France. The residency program is open to creative individuals working in any genre, including visual art, music and literature.

Dates: June 1 - 30 (annually)

Deadline: 
05/31/2019
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