call for artists: Wesleyan College Ceramic or Printmaking Artist Residency Opportunity

The Art Department at Wesleyan College, in Macon, Georgia, is seeking a ceramic or printmaking artist for a 3-month fall semester residency from September thru November 2018. The residency is open to emerging and established artists who intend to pursue or create a body of work or special project. A minimum of a BA or BFA in Art should be completed prior to the start of the residency.

The Artist is expected to work within our campus in the spirit of building community. This includes student interaction, visibility as a studio artist mentor, attending our Art Department events, participating in student critiques, giving a public lecture, and exhibiting a body of work in one of our campus venues. The artist will give two workshops as part of the residency.

The Artist can expect to have a set-aside studio space within our spacious studio facilities; however, the studio space will be open to promote student interaction.

Wesleyan College offers:
• Furnished housing on campus during the duration of the residency (no pets)
• Studio space with campus Internet access
• A $500 monthly stipend September-November
• A campus meal plan providing 3 meals a day for the resident artist
• Access to the Matthews Athletic center
• Access to the school library
• Access to the 100 acre campus arboretum

FACILITIES:
(3-D AREA) one electric kiln (12 cubic feet), one Bailey Gas car kiln (32 cubic feet), one large gas car kiln (93 cubic feet), dry materials lab, pugmill, 1 electric wheel, 10 kick wheels, 2 large slab rollers, Northstar extruder, mig and stick welder, wood and metal chop saw, table saw, band saw, small 3-D printer (in Library), and small metals vacuum casting equipment with burnout furnace.
(PRINTMAKING) 36″ x 60″ Electric etching press, 21″ x 42″ Etching press, 14″ x 24″ Etching press, 24″ x 48″ Relief proofing press, Moveable type library, 24″ x 36″ Hot-plate, Aquatint box, Spray booth, 18″ x 24″ UV light box for exposing, Solarplate, 52″ sheet metal cutter, Ferric Chloride tank for etching copper

How to apply: Send via email in ONE POWERPOINT or ONE PDF. FILE
1. A brief proposal (no longer than two pages) outlining the project/scope of work. The proposal should reflect an awareness of our expectations that the artist will work independently while interacting with our faculty and students to enhance our learning environment. The proposal should represent the practicality of the artist’s project (concept, media and technique) as it relates to our available facilities and equipment.
2. 10 images with image description (title, medium, date)
3. Current resume
4. 3 Professional references with email and phone number

**ONLY SINGLE FILE POWERPOINT OR PDF. FILES WILL BE ACCEPTED
Email applications by April 30th to agregg@wesleyancollege.edu. Applicants will be notified by May 14th

call for entries: Artist In Residence opportunity at the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

URL: https://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics-air

The Artist in Residence Program through the Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard, offers dedicated artists the opportunity to involve themselves in research and growth, pushing their art in new directions in a dynamic, urban studio connected to the Harvard community. Individuals will have the opportunity to build relevant skills in research, professional development, technical ability, creative problem solving, teaching and community involvement through our Artist in Residence Program.

The Artist in Residence Program offers:

Personal studio space (60 sq. ft.) in addition to use of common studio space
7 day studio access
Free access to materials – clay, glaze and use of kilns (electric, saggar, wood fire, soda and gas) up to excess
Opportunities to take classes and firing workshops within the program
Paid teaching opportunities within the program for both community and academic based classes.
Solo exhibition in Gallery 224 of work completed during residency
Attend visiting artist workshops and symposium offered within the program
Exhibition/sales opportunities in two annual Show and Sales
Access to studio equipment including slab roller, extruder, spray booth, plaster mold-making room and glaze mixing area
Access to studio lighting and background material for documenting work
Website visibility
Access to Harvard University Library and Museums with provided ID
Opportunities for participation in academic collaborations with the Harvard community

Expectations of Artist in Residence:

One year commitment
Must spend 20 hours/week of time dedicated to personal work
Must spend 5 hours/week dedicated to work within the program
One public workshop presentation
Provide presentations to classes
Participation in program events and special projects with the Harvard Community
Artist is asked to leave one work for the permanent collection
Responsible for own housing

Please visit our website for more information and application requirements: https://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics-air

 

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

Open call: fully-funded residencies in New York City

International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP)
1040 Metropolitan Ave
Brooklyn, New York 11211
USA

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The International Studio & Curatorial Program (ISCP) announces
three open calls for artist residencies in New York City in 2017–18,
funded by The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, National Endowment for the
Arts, and SAHA Association. In addition, Norwegian and Finnish sponsors
are currently accepting applications for ISCP residencies.

Each residency includes 24-hour access to a private 300 sq. ft.
studio space in Brooklyn, studio visits from visiting critics and an
appointed advisor; field trips to museums, galleries and other cultural
venues; and participation in artist talks and Open Studios. In addition,
residents have the opportunity to work with a studio assistant, develop
projects in the public realm with the support of ISCP staff, and are
invited to take part in ISCP’s exhibition program. Residents become part
of a growing network of international artists and curators who are ISCP
alumni.

ISCP Pollock-Krasner Residency
ISCP is currently accepting applications from visual artists including
painters, sculptors, and artists who create installations, or work on
paper, including printmakers, who are eligible to work in the United
States, for a fully-funded five-month residency, from September 1, 2017
to January 31, 2018, plus living and materials stipends (approximately
2,300 USD per month).

The selection committee will review applications based on quality,
originality and artistic merit. Other consideration factors are: the
potential impact of the residency on the applicant, the applicant’s past
accomplishments, and preparedness to undertake the residency. Studio
visits/interviews with finalists will be held by the selection
committee.

Application deadline: April 15, 2017
Download the application here and submit to application@iscp-nyc.org indicating “Pollock-Krasner Residency” in the subject line.

National Endowment for the Arts Residency
ISCP announces an open call for a fully-funded four-month residency,
from September 1 to December 31, 2017, plus stipend (500 USD per month)
for an artist whose work focuses on documentary practices. The selected
resident will be expected to research, develop and produce at least one
project on one or more of the following issues: fact and fiction, the
representation of the real, and ethics and the documentary. This work
will be included in an ISCP exhibition in October 2017. Applications
will be accepted from visual artists in all disciplines who are based
and eligible to work in the United States.

The selection committee will review applications based on quality,
originality and artistic merit. Other consideration factors are: the
potential impact of the residency on the applicant, the applicant’s past
accomplishments, and preparedness to undertake the residency. Studio
visits/interviews with finalists will be held by the selection
committee.

Application deadline: April 15, 2017
Download the application here and submit to application@iscp-nyc.org indicating “NEA Residency” in the subject line.

SAHA – Supporting Contemporary Art from Turkey
Artists from Turkey are invited to apply for a fully-funded three-month
residency supported by SAHA – Supporting Contemporary Art from Turkey.
The residency will take place between September 1 to November 30, 2017
and includes a stipend of up to 7,000 USD for accommodation and living
expenses in New York City, and related travel costs.

The selection committee will review applications based on quality,
originality and artistic merit. Other consideration factors are: the
potential impact of the residency on the applicant, the applicant’s past
accomplishments, and preparedness to undertake the residency. In
addition, applicants who have not previously lived or worked in New York
will be given priority.

Application deadline: April 15, 2017
Download the application here and submit to application@iscp-nyc.org indicating “SAHA Residency” in the subject line.

More opportunities to apply for residencies at ISCP:

Direct Applications to ISCP
All contemporary artists and curators are highly encouraged to consider
applying directly to ISCP’s residency program. For more details on
eligibility and application requirements, please visit our apply page here.

Ground Floor at ISCP
The Ground Floor Program, geared exclusively for New York-based artists,
provides one year of subsidized private studio space accessible 24/7,
and additional program offerings. Applications for this program will
re-open in September 2017. Please visit our webpage then.

Current ISCP residency opportunities offered by partner sponsors in Europe
The Victor Fellowship for a Norwegian photographer (six months) supported by the Hasselblad Foundation.

The New York Residence grant for two contemporary artists living in Finland (six months each), funded by Alfred Kordelin Foundation.

The ISCP New York City Residency for a Norwegian artist (one year) and a Norwegian curator (three months) funded by the Office for Contemporary Art Norway.

About ISCP
ISCP is a leading nonprofit, residency-based contemporary art
institution for emerging to mid-career artists and curators from around
the world, including the United States. With 35 artists and curators in
residence at all times, the program provides residents with the space,
time, and support to develop new ideas and projects. With additional
activities tailored for professional development and public engagement,
ISCP serves as an important platform for producing, presenting and
contextualizing contemporary art through a diverse range of
international perspectives. ISCP’s public programs encourage dialogue
and integrate residents into the cultural landscape of New York City.

residency opportunity: Lillstreet Art Center

2017 – 2018 Artist-in-Residence Application:
https://lillstreet.slideroom.com/#/permalink/program/35706
Lillstreet Art Center is
a unique, urban visual arts and community center  with classes in
Ceramics, Metalsmithing, Drawing & Painting, Printmaking, Textiles
and Digital Media. Located on the north side of Chicago, our 40,000
square foot facility includes: 25 classrooms, 48 artist studios, a
gallery with both an exhibition space and shop, a cafe and we average
1800 students per term.