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Artist Residency – Studio Harlem

Studio Harlem Museum, New York, United States
Deadline: 01 April 2016

Artist Residency – Studio Harlem

Studio of Eric Mack, 2014–15 artist in residence, Photo: Liz Gwinn

Since 1968, the Studio Museum has earned recognition for its catalytic role in advancing the work of visual artists of African and Latino descent through its Artist-in-Residence program.

The program has supported over one hundred graduates who have gone on to highly regarded careers. Every year, the Museum offers an eleven-month residency with a bi-weekly stipend for three local, national or international emerging artists working in any media. Artists should not currently be in school or committed to another residency program while in the Studio Museum Artist-in-Residenceprogram.

The Artist-in-Residence application will be open from through April 1, 2016.

The Museum will accept online applications only and will require two recommendations, a resume and an artist statement (400 word limit). The application accepts 8–10 images, video and PDF files; no word docs please.

Click here to begin the application

Frequently Asked Questions

1. When is the Artist-in-Residence program application due?
a. All materials (including recommendations) are due April 1, 2016 by midnight. Please be aware we receive a high volume of applications during the last day of the application period, which can cause server problems. To avoid this, please submit your application in advance of the deadline.

2. What are the dates of the residency?
a. January–December 2017.

3. Do you accept late applications?
a. Unfortunately, we cannot accept applications after the due date.

4. Do you accept paper applications?
a. No, the application must be completed online.

5. How much does it cost to apply?
a. The application fee for the Artist-in-Residence program has been waived thanks to generous support from the Jerome Foundation.

6. Do you accept international applicants?
a. Yes, the program accepts applications working locally, nationally and internationally. Please note that the Museum cannot provide visa support.

7. What is the mission of this residency?
a.  The Studio Museum in Harlem offers an eleven-month residency for three emerging artists working in any media. The program is designed to serve emerging artists of African and Latino descent working locally, nationally or internationally.

8. What kinds of documents does the application require?
a. Two recommendations, a resume (or CV), an artist statement. In addition you can upload 8–10 images and videos. No word documents please.

9. When will I hear back about my application?
a. We expect to notify all applicants by July 30, 2016.

10. Can I receive feedback about my application?
a. The Museum receives hundreds of applications per year and, as a result, we are unable to provide feedback

11. Do I need to have a specific project in mind before I apply?
a. No. You can apply with a portfolio of your works previously completed.

12. Can you tell me if I should apply?
a. The staff here at the Museum cannot advise you about your application.

13. Is there an education requirement for the residency?
a. No, there is no education requirement.

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