Marble House Project Residency / Deadline: May 30

Marble House Project is a multidisciplinary artist residency program that fosters collaboration and the exchange of ideas, by providing an environment for artists across disciplines to live and work together. The residency integrates sustainable practices, including small-scale organic food production and waste conservation. Residents sustain their growth by engaging with the grounds while working on their artistic practice.

Marble House Project accepts approximately 60 residents and is open to artists living in the United States and abroad. Artists must be at least 21 years old.   


March 5th – 26th

April 2nd – April 23rd

April 30th – May 21st

May 28th – June 18

September 17th – October 8th

October 15th – November 4th

All residents live together in the historic, eight-bedroom Manley-Lefevre house, a communal space organized around responsibilities-sharing systems which highlight sustainability and community. All residents will be paired and asked to cook for shared dinners three times over the course of their residency, Monday-Friday. A substantial amount of the food provided comes from the organic garden, which also serves as a space for gathering and an educational tool. Residents are invited to help with planting, harvesting, and maintenance. Each session culminates with ARTSEED, our public open house Saturday event. Artists are invited to share their work with our community through artist talks, readings, performances, and open studios.  

Marble House Project provides private bedrooms, food, private studio space, and artist support. There is no fee to attend the residency.

Applications are accepted in all creative fields including but not limited to writing, dance and choreography, performance, music composition and sound, film and video, visual arts, and culinary arts.

Click here for more information and to apply.

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