Artist Residency Opportunities
Artist-in-residence programs give artists the opportunity to live and work outside of their usual environments, providing them with time to reflect, research, or produce work.
Residencies allow one to explore new locations and different cultures, or experiment with different materials. Much like study abroad programs, residencies are often aimed at young artists and can create deep, meaningful impact on their life and work.
Philadelphia-based 24-hour access to facilities in exchange for 12 hours working for 2nd State Press, in Kensington. Deadline in November, March, and July.
Residency program of up to three years in Santa Monica, California, focused on contemporary art.
Philadelphia-based Free, year-long residency in West Philadelphia with studio space and exhibition opportunities. Deadline in June.
Residency program for printmakers in New York. Deadline in fall.
Three-month residency program in Minnesota for artists working in papermaking, printmaking, and book-binding. Deadline in fall.
One- to six-month residency program in Spain offering living and working space. Deadline in summer.
Four-week residency in Buenos Aires, Argentina offering living and working space. Deadlines in winter, spring, and fall.
Residency for three months and up and offers both live‐in and non‐live‐ in accommodations, in Columbia, Missouri. The deadline is ongoing.
Two-week summer residency program in rural Southwest Wisconsin. Deadline in winter.
Year-long residency (May-April) with access to Adobe resources and full salary and health benefits. The deadline is ongoing.
Three-month residency in Bergen, Norway. No cost for studio and additional accommodations except living expenses, transportation, etc. Deadline in March.
Six weeks to six-month residency in San Francisco with a $500/month stipend. The deadline is ongoing.
Residency program in New Smyrna Beach, Fla., focused on cross-discipline artistic collaboration.
Six- or eleven-month fellowship in Rome for professionals in the arts or humanities. By invitation only.
Residency program in Worchester, MA, for artists to create imaginative work dealing with American history. Deadline in fall.
Eleven-month residency program in Gatlinburg, Tenn., focused on arts and crafts. Deadline in spring.
Operating as an artist residency program since 1993, Art Farm offers artists an opportunity to live and work in a rural environment. Deadline in winter.
Four-week residency in East Haddam, Conn.
Three-week summer residency program in New York State. Deadline in fall.
Residencies are available to established and emerging visual and literary artists on a 400-acre working cattle farm in Nicholas County, KY.
Three-month self-directed residency in Omaha, Neb.
Residency program in Clermont, KY, focused on the relationship between contemporary art and the natural world.
One-month residency in Blue Mountain Lake, New York, focused on cultural activism. Deadline in spring.
One-month fellowship program in France. Deadline in winter/early spring.
One-month self-directed residency program in Woodstock, N.Y. Deadline in spring.
Residency program at Carnegie Mellon focused on the collaboration of technology and art. Deadline six months before residency.
Center for Contemporary Art (CCA) Kitakyushu
Residency program based in Japan focused on contemporary art.
Center for Contemporary Arts Prague
Residency program in Prague focused on contemporary art.
Philadelphia-based residency program at the Schuylkill Center that interweaves art, ecological restoration, and public engagement.
Residency program for artists with collaborative visual arts projects in Port Townsend, Wash.
Residency program in Marfa, Tex., where artists work in collaboration with the museum. Deadline in spring.
Local residency offering studio space.
Interested in presenting artists who want to produce, explore, test new concepts, and expand the current debates and ideas in today’s art and culture.
The only nonprofit organization between New York City and Boston solely dedicated to the art of print, including printmaking, papermaking, book arts, digital processes, and related disciplines. (Located in Norwalk, CT)
Four- to five-week residency program in Woodside, Calif. Deadline in spring.
Eastern Frontier & Norton Island Residency Program
An island off Maine, with isolation and simple facilities.
Four- to six-week studio residency program in Montauk, N.Y. Deadline in spring.
Three-month fellowship at the British School at Rome focused on painting. Deadline in winter.
Residencies in a science museum for artists drawn to collaboration, interested in interdisciplinary dialogue and open to engaging in new working methods.
Philadelphia-based Two to three-month sessions in Spring, Summer, and Fall in Center City. The deadline is August, January, and April.
Residency program in San Francisco, California focused on collaboration. Deadline in fall.
Seven-month fellowship program in Provincetown, Mass. Deadline in winter.
Philadelphia-based six-month residency on the Delaware River with a $1,200 stipend for material costs and must make site-specific work by the end of the term. Deadline in May.
Three-month residency program in New London, Conn., for artists not from the U.S.
One to two-week program open to all artists in Deer Isle, Maine. Deadline in spring.
Two-month residency program in Sausalito, Calif.
Residency program for artists working in printmaking, book arts, and digital media in Berkeley, Calif. Deadlines in spring, summer, and fall.
Two-and-a-half week residency in Kutztown, Pennsylvania in September and a $10,000 budget in three installments for materials, food, transportation, housing, etc. for a site-specific, temporary installation for their exhibition space. Deadline in December.
Two-and-a-half-week LGBTQ residency in the Poconos from August to September offering living and working space.
One-month residency program in Syracuse, N.Y., focused on technology-based art. Applications are due at least four months before the desired residency.
Artist residency program offering studio and performance space in Manhattan and Paris.
Five-week residency program in New Hampshire exploring personal creativity. Deadline in spring.
It provides studios as non-living spaces in Brooklyn. Deadline in winter.
One-month studio residency program in Austerlitz, N.Y. Deadline in fall.
Residency program in Sarasota, Calif., offering studios and access to up-to-date technology. By invitation only.
Two-to six-week residency program in New York Mills, Minn. Deadlines in fall and spring
Oregon College of Art and Craft
Residency program offering space at the Oregon College of Art and Craft. Deadline in spring.
One- to two-week summer residency program offering space to work in rural Saugatuck, Mich. Deadline in spring.
Group research scholarship program at Harvard University’s Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study. Deadline in fall.
Residency program offering live/work space in Lake Forest, Ill. Deadline in spring.
Philadelphia-based Four to six-week residency with studio space and a $600 stipend. Deadline is October.
Brooklyn, New York with a $1,500 honorarium. Deadline in March.
Six- to eleven-month fellowship in Rome including living and working space. Deadline in fall.
Twelve-month residency program offering secluded live/workspace in New Mexico.
Philadelphia-based LandLab is a year-long, funded residency with three projects throughout. The deadline is ongoing.
Intensive, nine-week summer residency program for emerging visual artists; seeks to bring together a gifted and diverse group of individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to art-making and inquiry to create the most stimulating and rigorous environment possible for a concentrated period of artistic creation, interaction, and growth.
Two to four-week residency program in Cazenovia, N.Y. Deadline in spring.
Twelve-month studio residency program offering non-living studio space to artists of African descent.
Two to six-week residency program for individual or collaborative artists in Clearmont, Wyo. Deadlines in the spring and fall.
Two-week to two-month residency program offering studio space at the Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. Deadlines in winter, spring, and fall
Programs for artists working in all media, with special programs for international artists. Deadlines in summer, fall, and winter.
Residency six times a year for three months each in Winterthur, Switzerland. No cost or live-in fee. Stipend available. Deadline in January.
Residency program for artists working in photography, book arts, and digital media in Rochester, N.Y.
Six-week curatorial residency in Cincinnati, Ohio with an exhibition in Summer and a $2,000 budget. Deadline is October.
Residency program at Ohio State University functioning as a creative research laboratory for the arts.
Residency up to six weeks in South Minneapolis, Minnesota with studio space and possible housing and gallery exhibition at the end, in Summer, Fall, and Winter options. Deadline in May.
Four- to six-week studio residency program for women artists focusing in printmaking, papermaking, photography and ceramics in Rosendale, N.Y. Deadline in spring.
Residency program in Woodstock, NY, for artists working in photography, digital imaging and multimedia.
Nine-month individual or collaborative residency program in Saratoga Springs, N.Y. Deadlines in fall and winter.
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