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Fellowships, Grants, Residencies

Fellowship, Grants, Residencies


  • Aliance of Artists' Communities a search engine and service organization for the field of artists’ communities and residencies.
  • AIR Japan a list of residencies in Japan
  • 18th Street Art Center's Residency Program provides subsidized live and work space for arts organizations and artists.
  • Archie Bray Foundation ceramics residencies range from a few months to up to two years.
  • ArtCorps strengthens international development initiatives by sending volunteer professional artists to work with Central American organizations.
  • Art Farm offers artists an opportunity to live and work in a rural environment.  Located in rural Nebraska, Art Farm has an abundance of art and materials, which allows for interactions between ideas and the environment.
  • Banff Centre is a globally respected arts, cultural, and educational institution.
  • Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts provides its residents with well-equipped studio spaces, living accommodations and monthly stipends.
  • Caldera offers month-long retreats to selected artists and writers during the winter months.
  • Civitella Ranieri Foundation provides fellowships to visual artists, musicians and writers on an invitational basis.
  • Cornerstone Institute Summer Residency for individuals seeking to study and collaborate with professionals who are well-versed in ensemble, community-based theater.
  • Djerassi Residency Program is designed as a retreat experience to pursue personal creative work and share in collegial interaction within a small community of artists.
  • Franconia Sculpture Park one hour north of Minneapolis, the park offers an Artists' Residency program through the Jerome Fellowship and an Intern Artist program for emerging artists.
  • Headlands Center for the Arts' Artist in Residence Program offers fully sponsored, live-in and live-out residencies to around 30 artists each year from March to November.
  • Hothouse Program at UCLA Department of World Arts and Cultures provides a residency for the creation of new work.
  • Kala Art Institute’s Artist-in-Residence Program provides accepted artists with 24-hour access to Kala’s Print Studio and Electronic Media Center.
  • MacDowell Colony is designed to facilitate a balance between a focus on work and interdisciplinary interaction.
  • Millay Colony for the Arts offers one-month residencies to six visual artists, writers and composers each month between the months of April and November.
  • One Yellow Rabbit Performance Theatre Summer Lab Intensive is open to actors, writers, directors, dancers and other artists with advanced study in their field.
  • Oregon College of Art & Craft offers a semester-long program for emerging artists and a summer residency for mid-career artists.
  • Oxbow offers residencies to artists and also awards fellowships to twelve students from competitive art schools and departments all over the nation. These students live on campus for the duration of the summer season, from June 1-September
  • Ragdale is an artists' retreat situated 30 miles north of Chicago.
  • Res Artis a world-wide network and search engine for artists' residencies
  • Sitka Center's Residency Program hosts approximately 12 artists, writers, and natural science scholars each year.
  • STUDIO for Creative Inquiry hosts year-long residency program to connect established artists to the robust science-technology resources at Carnegie Mellon.
  • ThreeWalls Artist-In-Residence Program offers artists studio space in Chicago.
  • Vermont Studio Center is now the largest international artists' and writers' Residency Program in the United States.
  • Women’s Studio Workshop offers a variety of Artist-in-Residence opportunities.
  • Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild offers both one-month residencies in summer to visual artists and writers, and Ceramics Residencies for one to five months, May through October.
  • Yaddo offers residencies to professional creative artists from all nations and backgrounds.
Last edited by rsoultanian on Nov 14, 2016
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