Professional Residencies & Scholarships
Our residencies are customized to support the specific needs of artists and curators working in all media and disciplines, at varying stages of their practice and career, and from around the world. For artists, residencies usually vary in length from three to six months; for curators, durations are generally one to two months. RU will provide: 1. “Pre-residency” Support: We believe a successful residency begins before your arrival, and we begin our preparations well in advance. Residency Unlimited WHAT IS A RU RESIDENCY?
Residency & Vytlacil Campus Building on the esteemed reputation of the Art Students League of New York, the League Residency at Vyt provides support to emerging, established, and teaching artists by bringing them together with masters and colleagues for intensive focus through an international residency program. Affectionately known as “Vyt,” the property and funding was a gift from the family of Modernist artist and League instructor Vaclav Vytlacil. A meeting place for artists from around the world, the League Residency at Vyt encourages you to hone your art making in a spacious and pastoral setting. Click here for application information.
Limited Enrollment. Apply Soon. Participants typically will already have obtained a BA or BFA. Applicants must submit a personal statement addressing their artistic vision, inspiration and goals. Artists in Residence in Studio Art | Claire Trevor School of Arts
The Art Students League of New York | Drawing Classes 2011-2012
Painting + Printmaking The Summer Studio Program at Virginia Commonwealth University (SSP@VCU) is an 8-week studio-intensive program for artists interested in developing work in a supportive hothouse environment. The program fosters development of professional attitudes and skills with an emphasis on individual investigation. The program provides students with an opportunity for concentrated studio practice at an advanced level within a community of talented and motivated artists. This two-month, non-credit, post-baccalaureate-style residency studio program is appropriate for the artist developing a portfolio for application to graduate school, as well as the artist interested in an opportunity for uninterrupted immersion and development of a studio practice in a challenging and supportive environment.
The Invisible Dog Art Center opened in October, 2009, a raw space in a vast converted factory building with a charmed history and an open-ended mission: to create, from the ground up, a new kind of interdisciplinary arts center. Over the last two years, over 50,000 people have attended our events: visual art exhibits; dance, theater, and music performances; film screenings; literary arts and poetry readings; lectures; community events; and more. Long-term collaborations with artists are integral to The Invisible Dog’s mission, which is to create not only a new kind of art center, but also a new kind of artistic community. About The Invisible Dog
US-UK Fulbright Commission - Scholarship Awards and Advice on US-UK Exchange
The Poetry Foundation and Poetry magazine are pleased to announce the five recipients of 2013 Ruth Lilly Fellowships: Harmony Holiday, Matthew Nienow, Hannah Sanghee Park, Natalie Shapero and Phillip B. Williams. Among the largest awards offered to aspiring poets in the United States, the $15,000 scholarship prize is intended to encourage the further study and writing of poetry and is open to all U.S. poets between 21 and 31 years of age. Ruth Lilly Poetry Fellowships
Guidelines & Application Guidelines Thank you for your interest in applying to the Edward F. Albee Foundation. The Foundation maintains the William Flanagan Memorial Creative Persons Center (better known as "The Barn") in Montauk, on Long Island in New York, as a residence for writers and visual artists of all media. The Center is open from mid-May through mid-October, and can accommodate comfortably up to five persons at a time.
January 1, for residencies starting May 1 of the same year, through February of the following year. August 1, for residencies starting late October of the same year through May of the following year. The application portal opens June 1 for the August 1 deadline and November 1 for the January 1 deadline. Artists are eligible to apply once each calendar year – either January 1 or August 1, but not both. Application Guidelines
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