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Currier Museum Artist-in-Residence / Deadline: December 1

The Currier Museum of Art invites applications for the second annual open call for its Artist-in-Residence program, awarding up to two residencies between fall 2022 and spring 2023. This program will provide support for selected self-identified emerging artists or artist groups (of up to three people) focused on social practice. Proposals from Black, Indigenous, and...
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Plyspace Residency / Deadline: December 1

PlySpace is an artist-in-residence program dedicated to offering visual artists, writers, performers, designers, and other creative individuals time and space to investigate and pursue their own practices. Additionally, it serves as a platform for experimentation and provocation by catalyzing conversation and collaboration with various Muncie communities. PlySpace facilitates various opportunities for residents to engage with...
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Antenna Exhibition Opportunity / Deadline: November 30

Antenna invites artists to apply for its creator driven projects taking place in 2022. Applications are open for the opportunity to exhibit at Antenna Gallery, have a book published by Antenna’s Paper Machine, or have a month long residency at the Paper Machine publishing center. All opportunities provide creators with both financial and logistical support. Visit https://antenna.submittable.com/submit for full details and...
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Connecting Communities / Deadline: November 22

The Library of Congress was awarded an Andrew W. Mellon Foundation grant titled “Of the People: Widening the Path” to fund a new, multi-part initiative to connect more deeply with Indigenous, Black, Hispanic, and other communities of color by exposing grantees to the Library’s expansive collections, using technology to enable storytelling and offering more internship...
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Women’s Studios Workshop Residency / Deadline: November 15

Women’s Studio Workshop are seeking women, trans, intersex, nonbinary, and genderfluid visual artists for their Studio, Legacy, Art-in-Education Artist’s Book, Artist’s Book Residencies. Studio, Nonprofit Management, and Summer Internships are also available to those interested. For more information on the application and guidelines, visit here.
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Fort Union National Monument Artist Residency / Deadline: October 29

Fort Union National Monument, located in Mora County near Watrous, NM, was the hub of commerce, national defense, and migration at the final stretch of the Santa Fe Trail. These richly evocative ruins of a post-civil war era adobe fort became a National Monument in 1954 under the Eisenhower administration. The fort is close to...
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Art Omi Residency / Deadline: October 15

Art Omi has five residency programs for artists (of all disciplines), writers, dancers and choreographers, architects, and musicians and composers. The program is located in the historic Hudson River Valley.Through a competitive jury process, residents are chosen, invited to attend at no cost to themselves, except travel. Abundant, catered meals and comfortable, beautiful lodgings are...
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Bloedel Reserve Creative Residency / Deadline: September 15

The Bloedel Reserve Creative Residency is open to professional and emerging artists, composers, writers, botanists, landscape architects, researchers, and others with work relating to nature. This residency program on the Bloedel grounds provides unlimited access to the Reserve’s 150 acres of sculpted gardens, forests, meadows, and wildlife habitats. There is a $25 application fee. Creative...
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Ox-Bow Haunted House Residency / Deadline: September 10

Artists working in all media and disciplines, including sound, video, puppetry, practical effects and special effects, are welcome to apply for this mini-residency in preparation for “Ox-Bow Goes to Hell 2021.” Artists will be provided a fee of $500, a $300 budget for materials, and receive room and board. Ox-Bow Goes to Hell is a...
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Center for Performance Research Residency / Deadline: September 7

Located in Brooklyn, Center for Performance Research offers a year-long residency to support a wide range of artists, from emerging to established, working within various perspectives of contemporary dance and performance, and time-based forms. Residents receive 150 subsidized rehearsal hours in the facility studios, curatorial support, access to equipment and production resources, a $1,000 stipend,...
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