residency opportunity: Sonoma Ceramics

Sonoma Ceramics at the Sonoma Community Center is now accepting applications through November 5 for our six-month Winter/Spring Artist in Residence opportunityThis is an all-inclusive residency including studio, efficiency apartment, firings, monthly stipend, employment, and exhibition.
We invite all ceramic artists to apply who are on a professional track- emerging, mid-career, or established who embrace engaging with the community.

Our residencies are located in the small city of Sonoma, one hour north of San Francisco, the heart of wine country.
Please visit our website for more information: http://www.sonomaceramics.com/
To name a few, past residents include: Sunshine Cobb, Jill Oberman, Bobby Free, Julia Feld, Tony Wise, Xia Zhang, Austyn Taylor, Colby Charpentier, and Karl Schwiesow(present) and we continue to support exceptional talent in our 10th year!

Please pass this information along to interested individuals in your networks whether it is for the upcoming deadline or future opportunities.

·              Spring (January-June) 2018: DUE November 5, 2017
·              Fall (July- December) 2018: DUE April 22, 2018
 

Artist-in-Residence Opportunity – Lucky Rabbit & Co. Artists’ House

 

Emerging Artist Residency Competition – one month rent free

Lucky Rabbit & Co. Artists’ House is pleased to announce that we are accepting applications for a 2018 Artist in Residence competition. Open to emerging Canadian artists of any discipline, the winner will receive a one month residency rent-free, in the apartment and adjoining studio (apartment: 300 sq’ /studio: 350 sq’) at Lucky Rabbit & Co. plus a $100 stipend. All other expenses, including travel, are the responsibility of the artist. The winner may choose any month in 2018. If required, transportation to and from the airport will be provided. Lucky Rabbit & Co. is a collective of professional self-employed artists who live and work in the beautiful Town of Annapolis Royal, in the Annapolis Valley of Nova Scotia. The winner will be chosen by a jury of 5 artists. Tell us why it should be you! Some conditions apply, please see website (www.luckyrabbitandco.com/artistsresidency) for more details..

Lucky Rabbit & Co. gratefully acknowledges funding from Awesome Annapolis who made this contest possible.

residency opportunity: A.I.R Vallauris 2018

Call for Artists
2018 Artist residencies
17th SEASON

Applications are open to all artists (fine-arts, crafts, design, sculpture, architecture, filmmakers) seeking an opportunity to present and realize a project in a rich cultural environment. Artists who have been working independently for at least two years may apply for an individual residential work period in A.I.R. Vallauris.
On admission, artists are provided with a private bedroom and workspace. The residence is equipped with a common kitchen for food preparation as well as a common dining area. Internet access is available from your own material through a WiFi connection.
Work studios offer facilities for working in clay including wheels and electric kilns, multimedia and painting.
There are several different residency phases throughout the year. An exhibition at the end of the residency phase gives the artists an opportunity to showcase their works created in residence to the local population.
We accept applications year-round. As we give priority according to application dates, we encourage you to submit your application as soon as possible. The next application deadline is August 31st.

You are invited to apply to the following residency periods :

Phase I : Tuesday, 30 January 2018 to Friday, 2 March 2018
Phase II : Tuesday, 3 April 2018 to Friday, 4 May 2018
Phase III : Tuesday, 15 May 2018 to Friday, 15 June 2018
Phase IV : Tuesday, 10 July 2018 to Friday, 10 August 2018
Phase V : Tuesday, 4 September 2018 to Friday, 5 October 2018
Phase VI : Tuesday, 23 October 2018 to Friday, 23 November 2018

For more information and to receive the application form, please email us at contact@air-vallauris.com

residency opportunity: Cockpit Arts

The one year Residency is worth £5,000 and covers the cost of Cockpit Arts’ support services including a designated Residency studio at Cockpit Arts Deptford. The Residency is open to all UK based ceramic practitioners.

 The Residency is offered in partnership with Rohde Kilns.

 See here for more information. 

residency opportunity: Cotto Ceramic Studio in Lima, Peru

ELIGIBILITY AND CRITERIA

Applications are open to all ceramicists and visual artists from across the world. We are looking for emerging or midcareer artists who will benefit from the explorative possibilities of working with Cotto’s staff, dialogue and bonding between residents and Cotto’s community of artists, and access to Cotto’s professional ceramic studio.

Successful applicants will be chosen based on the quality of their past work, investigative merits of their proposed project and viability of their participation.

PROGRAM PERIOD

Successful artists must be available for travel to Lima, for their ten-week residency period. Cotto offers four residency periods within 2018:

1. Monday 15th January 2018 – Sunday 25th March 2018
2. Monday 9th April 2018 – Sunday 17th June 2018
3. Monday 9th July 2018 – Sunday 16th September 2018
4. Monday 1st October 2018 – Sunday 9th December 2018

Full Details here: residency.cottodesigns.com

residency opportunity: New Harmony Clay Project

The New Harmony Clay Project Residency Program fosters an environment that supports the investigation of new ideas and work of ceramic artists. Our goal is to encourage emerging and professional visual artists/educators in ceramics by giving them space and the time to develop a new body of work. The program offers a unique and stimulating experience that will challenge individuals to integrate new discoveries into their expressions.

The program is offered from September-April of each year. Residents have the opportunity to select a flexible residency time frame that accommodates their schedules-from one up to six month periods. We provide studio space for up to four artists at a time and reasonable materials commonly used when working with clay. We also help offset costs incurred by the artist(s) with a monthly stipend and provide housing with a private room and shared bathroom for the duration of the residency period. There are rolling deadlines and no application fee, so apply today!

Website: https://nhclayproject.org/

Please direct any questions to Lenny Dowhie at nefsigh@aol.com or Mitzi Davis at nhclayproject@gmail.com.