Mother’s Milk is an interdisciplinary residency, designed to support visual artists, sound artists, or creative writers, who are pursuing innovative work in their field.
Located in Newton, Kansas, Mother’s Milk is a 2-6 week interdisciplinary residency, designed to support three or four visual or sound artists, or creative writers, who are pursuing innovative work in their field. The goal of this program is to provide individuals or collaborators with the time and space to pursue their creative projects alongside other residents whose different perspectives, backgrounds and interests offer inspiration and interaction. Work that is more experimental in nature without regard to commercial viability is of special interest.
Residents will be exceptional creative practitioners – including emerging, mid-career and established artists – who desire time and space to work on their projects. Residencies will be awarded based on excellence and merit of project proposal, and the applicant’s interest in and ability to work independently. Residents cannot be currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program, must be at least 21 years old, and must reside on-site for the duration of the program.