|Irish Museum of Modern Art
Application Deadline: 7/24
Participants in the Irish Museum of Modern Art’s Artist Residency Programme benefit from access to the Museum’s collection, exhibitions, community programs, talks and lectures. The program acts as a platform for international artists, curators, critical writers, and art professionals and their Irish counterparts to engage in dialogue and work alongside each other in the heart of Dublin. Participation in the programs comes with free housing and studio space, organized opportunities to meet with local arts professionals, and a two-week showcase of new or previously made work. Open to both emerging and established art professionals, the residency includes a one room in a communal house and utilities such as internet, heating, and electricity for 2 to 6 month stays.
New England + Columbia and North Dutchess County, NY
Application Deadline: 8/1
The Artist’s Resource Trust (A.R.T) Fund awards grants from $1500 to $10,000 to mid-career or mature (aged 35 +) artists living in New England or Columbia or Northeast Dutchess Counties, NY. Applications are accepted from visual artists in the media of painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography or mixed media. In order to qualify, applicants must demonstrate financial need and have lived in the eligible areas for at least two years. Previous recipients of A.R.T grants may apply eight years after their last grant was awarded.
|Contemporary Arts Center at Woodside
Application Deadline: 8/1
The Contemporary Artists Center, a Berkshires non-profit organization, opened up its Woodside campus to artist residencies in 2009. The residency program is geared towards emerging and early career contemporary artists of diverse mediums and styles. Artists have 24 hour studio access and a shared living space; residents are encouraged to participate in weekly discussions and optional art outings. Specialized facilities such as a video/sound lab, a woodshop, a fabric area, and printmaking equipment are available. Although the residency comes at a flat rate of $290/month, 95% of artists receive merit or financial awards up to full cost. The August 1st deadline is for residencies beginning between October 1 and December 31. Residencies can last as long as 6 months.
|Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation
Application Deadline: 8/15
The Ruth and Harold Chenven Foundation annually gives awards to individual artists and craftspersons living and working in the United States who are engaged in or planning a new project. Grants of up to $1500 are decided by a jury of three artists or curators and approved by the Board of Directors. Each year between two and thirteen grants are offered. Film, video, and performance art are not accepted. Applications must be received by mail, postmarked by August 15th.
Application Deadline: 8/31
Urban Glass is accepting applications for two Windgate Established Artist Fellowships, designed to expose mid-career artists to a new medium and new techniques. Urban Glass supplies artists with the studio space, materials, technical support, and tools to experiment with glass. The studio residency lasts for 8 weeks during which the studio is available on a scheduled basis. While a $1500 stipend is included, the artist must organize his or her own room and board. In addition to the standard artist proposal and work samples, applicants are required to submit two letters of recommendation which must be received by the application deadline. Although recommendation letters may be delivered by email, all other application materials must be received by mail. Artists who have limited experience with glass are encouraged to apply.