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Good Hart Residency / Deadline: Feb. 17

Good Hart residency is designed for visual artists, writers, and composers. It provides full room and board including a newly completed residency building, a fully stocked kitchen, a $500 stipend, and quiet, natural surroundings to concentrate on creative work. Residency includes: A one- week, or two-week ,or three-week residency stay depending on the program selected. ...
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Mesa Refuge Residency / Deadline: December 1

The Mesa Refuge Residency supports writers and other creatives, mostly focused on “ideas at the edge” of nature, human economy and social equity. The program offers artists time, space and support to develop ideas and present them to the public. A Mesa Refuge residency is an opportunity to develop ideas and present them to the...
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Velvetpark Residency / Deadline: November 15

Velvetpark Residency is a project based work-studio, awarded through a selection process by open application. It is open to LGBTQ+ writers and visual artists to complete a proposed project. Writers Application Now Open Sept., 20, 2020—deadline November 15th, 2020, 11:59pm. Awardee for the Winter/Spring term will be notified on or before Dec 15, 2020 and announced on the Vp site...
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Vermont Studio Center Fellowship / Deadline: June 30

The Vermont Studio Center offers a number of fellowships for visual artists and writers. Residency opportunities include private room, private studio space, all meals, and full access to their evening programs and events. Twelve (12) Fellowships open to all visual artists and writers living and working anywhere in the world, based entirely on merit. Click...
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Blackacre Writing Residency / Deadline: Rolling

The Blackacre Nature Preserve & Historic Homestead, in conjunction with Baltic Writing Residency, is pleased to offer a Writing Residency in Louisville, Kentucky. Thus, each year six writers will be chosen. Applications are accepted by any author of poetry, plays, screenplays, fiction, or creative nonfiction writing in English, regardless of their home nation (translations are admissible). Our...
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