“The Woodstock Artist-in-Residency Program is designed to support artists of color working in the photographic arts who reside in the United States that would benefit with access to time, facilities, financial, critical, and technical support. This activity is created with an emphasis on supporting artists working in the photographic arts who are at the brink of their careers and promising talent. All of us lead very busy lives – the drive for this program is to free the artist from the busy routines and demands of everyday – and to provide a sanctuary for creativity.
WOODSTOCK A-I-R encourages participants to pursue creative risk-taking in an environment rich in cultural resources. Working without distraction or interruption, participants focus intensely on their own work, continuing works in progress, setting goals for the future, and breaking new ground.
Each year CPW offers 7 residencies for artists of color and 1 “critical studies residency” for a curator/critic of color.
- accommodations at a historic artist residence located .5 miles from CPW and the center of Woodstock’s business district.
- 24/7 access to CPW’s workspace facilities (including black-&-white darkroom, digital imaging stations, and library)
- critical and technical support
- stipend for food and travel, and honorarium
- exhibition and related opportunities
Established in 1999, WOODSTOCK A-I-R has been made possible in part with support from the Phillip & Edith Leonian Foundation, the Milton & Sally Avery Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA), a state agency, with support from Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
- 10-15 digital images/video on a DVD/CD-ROM of current work. (one copy)
- Format still images as JPEGs with a width dimension no greater than 2400 pixels. Please limit video clips or excerpts to no more than 5 minutes (please indicate length of full video) and submit no more than 3 in total. Acceptable file formats include .mpg, .avi, .mov. Please make sure your three videos combined do not exceed 200MB and test your video files to make sure they play on a Mac and PC.
- Individuals applying to the Critical Studies Residency should submit 2 writing samples of no more than 1,500 words per sample with visuals, including featured artist work samples and installation views if applicable. (four copies of each)
- Residency proposal (four copies of each) – see application form for guidelines to answering this question.
- Preference for time of residency (please list 3 options) *The program runs from June through September, please request your time accordingly. Residencies range from 3-6 weeks.
- Four copies of the following:
- Artist statement (describing your current projects and artistic process) – limited to 500 words.
- Resume (listing past exhibitions, residency, and related experiences) – limited to 3 pages.
- Images script (thumbnails of your work with caption information) – see page 3 of the application form.
WOODSTOCK A-I-R participants are selected by a peer panel comprised of professionals in the field and have included past participants in CPW’s residency and exhibition program, curators, collectors, and art critics.”
“Each summer two artists are invited for one-month residencies at PPAC. The residencies support talented, self-directed emerging artists, living in the Philadelphia region, in realizing their goals and visions. This residency offers artists the time to focus on their work, cultivate new ideas and understand their process, while also providing financial and collegial resources to create work. Participants in the residency program are expected to use their month to pursue their own projects: photographing in the area, printing, scanning or editing for a specific project or book, etc.
Each month-long residency includes a $4,000 stipend, staff support to assist with projects, and extended access to PPAC’s digital lab. PPAC’s regular rates for lab rentals and digital services apply. Travel and living costs are the responsibility of the resident.
Applicants should submit a proposal outlining their project plans. Proposals may include the continuation or completion of work already in process, or the creation of new work. The timeline for each residency will be between the months of June – September. Dates will be coordinated and finalized in conversation with PPAC and the winning artists.
- Emerging artist is defined as one who has a limited numbers of years engaged with the medium of photography. Emerging is in no way defined by age.
- The Artist in Residence program is intended to support working artists, student photographers are not eligible to apply.
- Applicants must live in Pennsylvania, Delaware or New Jersey.
- Letter of Intent describing plans for residency (maximum of one page)
- Resume/CV with contact information
- Artist’s statement (maximum of one page)
- 15- 25 jpegs of work related to the intended project, or recent work if applying for a new project.
- 3 professional references.
- Applications can only be submitted at: philaphotoarts.slideroom.com
There is a $10 application fee. This fee is for use of the online application form, no funds are collected by PPAC. No refund can be given for any reason. Winners will be announced on May 15th by email.
PPAC’s Artist in Residence Committee will review the application materials. The Artist in Residence Committee is not able to offer feedback or reasoning for rejected submissions.”
“WOODSTOCK A-I-R is a workspace residency program designed to support artists of color working in the photographic arts who reside in the United States with access to time, facilities, financial, critical, and technical support. This activity is created with an emphasis on supporting artists working in the photographic arts who are at the brink of their careers and promising talent. All of us lead very busy lives – the drive for this program is to free the artist – from the busy routines and demands of everyday – and to provide a sanctuary for creativity.
In 2013 CPW will offer 7 residencies for artists of color and 1 “critical studies residency” for a curator/critic of color. Residents receive 24/7 access to CPW’s workspace facilities (including black-&-white darkroom, digital imaging stations, and library), critical and technical support, stipend for food and travel, and honoraria. In addition, CPW extends participants opportunities in exhibition to residents.
Each resident is provided accommodations at a historic artist residence located .5 miles from CPW and the center of Woodstock’s business district. With quiet and solitude, yet, enlivened with a community of fellow artists, WOODSTOCK A-I-R participants work in an idyllic environment – a gathering place renowned for its vibrant cultural history.”
For the full prospectus and application form PDF, click here.
“Entering its seventh year, The CCNY Darkroom Residency Program provides participating artists with three months of free access to CCNY’s darkrooms, digital work stations, and shooting studio. The CCNY Darkroom Residency Program is supported, in part, by Fujifilm; Kodak; public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with the City Council; the New York State Council on the Arts and the New York State Artist Workspace Consortium; and the Jerome Foundation.
All artists currently residing in New York City who are working in photography or lens-based art are eligible to apply. Please note that living accommodations are not provided. Students must have completed their studies on or before January 1, 2013 in order to be eligible to apply.
Benefits of the Darkroom Residency:
- Workspace: Darkroom Residents receive three months of free, 24/7 access to the CCNY facilities. Please visit http://www.cameraclubny.org/facilities.html to see a list of facilities.
- Programs: Residents receive free admission to all 2013 CCNY events.
- Stipend: Residents receive a monthly stipend and donated material support during their residency.
- Exhibition Opportunity: Depending on funding, each resident may have solo exhibition at CCNY after his or her term of residency.
- Work Sample: Provide a work sample of 10 images. CCNY strongly urges you to provide images from a single body of work.
- Letter of Intent: Provide a short paragraph (maximum of 300 words) addressing what you aim to accomplish during a CCNY Darkroom Residency, and how that time at CCNY would most benefit your artistic work and career goals.
- Artist Statement: Provide a brief, one-paragraph artist statement (maximum of 300 words).
- CV: Provide a one-page artist’s resume.”
Applications accepted at CallForEntry.org, only. View the full prospectus and apply at their website here.
Women’s Studio Workshop offers a six- to eight-week residency for an artist working in printmaking, papermaking, photography, book arts, or ceramics. This residency supports the creation of a new body of work in one of WSW’s studio disciplines.
The grant includes a $2,000 artists’ stipend, up to $500 for materials to be used for the project at WSW, travel stipend, housing and unlimited studio use. The artist will be provided with technical advice and assistance in production. WSW welcomes applications from artists in all stages of their careers. This Request for Proposal is a two-step juried process, working with outside funding sources. WSW selects the artist, then sends their work to appropriate funders for final approval. WSW has a successful track record with funders for this project.
Application must include:
- The application form
- A one sentence summary of your project followed by a half page (12 point type or larger please) description of the project you propose to work on at WSW.
- CD with ten images of recent work and a slide script that includes title, media, dimension and date. Please format and name images as specified on our FAQ sheet (wsworkshop.org/_art_opp/faqs.htm).
- S.A.S.E. for return of materials
Grant recipients are notified by June 30.
“CCNY invites emerging photographers living in New York City to apply for the 2012 Darkroom Residency Program. The CCNY Darkroom Residency offers local photographers much-needed workspace in New York City as well as access to the CCNY community and programs.
All artists currently residing in New York City who are working in photography or lens-based art are eligible to apply. Please note that living accommodations are not provided. Students must have completed their studies on or before January 1, 2012 in order to be eligible to apply.
Workspace: Darkroom Residents receive three months of free, 24/7 access to the CCNY facility. For details about our facilities, please click here.
Programs: Residents receive free admission to all 2012 CCNY events.
Stipend: Residents receive a monthly stipend and donated materials during their residency.
Submissions will be accepted through Call for Entries.
- Work Sample: Provide a work sample of up to 10 images. It is recommended that the work sample illustrate a single body of work.
- Letter of Intent: Provide a short paragraph addressing what you aim to accomplish during a CCNY Darkroom Residency, and how that time at CCNY would most benefit your artistic work and career goals.
- Artist Statement: Provide a brief artist statement (one paragraph).
- CV: Provide a printed one-page artist’s resume.”
Women’s Studio Workshop
Upcoming Deadlines for Fellowship and Residency Oppurtunities
“The Women’s Studio Workshop awards offer artists the time, studio space and equipment, to create new work, among a fantastic community of artists. Follow the links below for program details.”
Deadline: February 28, 2011
Click here for application details.
“In 2011 the Center for Photography at Woodstock will provide residencies for seven artists and one scholar to participate in WOODSTOCK A-I-R. Residency opportunities are held sequentially and range from three to six weeks from June through September. Participants receive workspace, critical and technical support, housing, stipends for food and travel, and honoraria.
Artists working in photography and related media are invited to continue work on existing projects, embark on new work, and/or contemplate their artistic goals. Participants have 24-hour access to CPW’s workspace facilities as well as CPW’s professional resources. Artists who participate in WOODSTOCK A-I-R have their work featured in a biannual exhibition in CPW’s galleries and/or have their work published in PHOTOGRAPHY Quarterly. Additionally, participating artists’ work is archived on CPW’s website. Professional development is fostered through scheduled studio visits between artists and CPW staff as well as with visiting critics.
The Critical Studies Residency invites writers/curators to take advantage of the solitude of Woodstock and utilize their time in completing scholarly research in the photographic arts (either contemporary or historic) with the goal of publication or exhibition. CPW’s library, archives, collection, research tools, as well as the libraries of regional colleges are accessible to participating residents. Critical Studies residents are provided the opportunity to publish their text in CPW’s afore mentioned publication, PHOTOGRAPHY Quarterly. “