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Ends on April 1, 2017

The Art-in-Ed Workspace Residency is a four- to five-week opportunity for artists with teaching experience; knowledge of intaglio, silkscreen, or hand papermaking processes; and an interest in working with local school students while creating their own work in WSW’s supportive and immersive environment. Artists can work on their own projects in one or more of our studios: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screenprinting, photography, or ceramics. We invite applications from artists in all stages of their careers.

Our Art-in-Education (AIE) program is a model for arts education and operates in conjunction with the Kingston City School District. AIE provides a high quality arts experience by bringing students to a professional artist’s workspace and giving them concentrated time to learn printmaking, papermaking, and book arts.

All artists receive a thorough studio orientation. Artists are expected to work independently, though studio staff is always available to provide assistance. Deep technical assistance can be arranged for an additional fee. While you are required to provide your own expendable materials, WSW maintains a deep inventory of supplies and materials that you may purchase while in residence.

Spring residency: During a five-week residency, artists teach in WSW’s studios two days/week for three weeks and visit the students twice in school. In exchange for teaching elementary and/or middle school students, residents receive on-campus housing and 24/7 studio access during non-AIE sessions. Due to the AIE schedule, spring residencies are fully subsidized at a rate of $5,000/month, though artists are expected to pay for their own materials.

Fall residency:  During a four-week residency, artists teach high school students in WSW’s studios one day/week. Workspace residencies are highly subsidized, so that fall AIE artists only pay $100/week in exchange for on-campus housing and 24/7 studio access during non-AIE sessions.

 

The residency in a nutshell:

Fall applications due by: April 1, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by June 1
Length of residency: 4 weeks
Residency occurs: the school year following application, September through December

Spring applications due by: October 15, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by December 1
Length of residency: 5 weeks
Residency occurs: the school year following application, January through April

 

Application must include:

  • A current resume
  • A one-page description of the project, including the studio you’d like to work in and your teaching experience
  • Up to ten images of recent work (digital specifications here)
  • An image script, which should include the title, medium, dimension, and date of each image
Ends on April 1, 2017

The Chili Bowl Workspace Residency is a four- to six-week opportunity for ceramicists who want to participate in WSW’s biggest community event of the year while also creating their own work in our supportive and immersive environment. We invite applications from artists in any stage of their careers and aim to provide artists with the time and space to live and work creatively.

Each February, WSW sells over 900 bowls, mugs, and tumblers at our Chili Bowl Fiesta. Attendees can fill their new wares with chili donated by over 20 area restaurants. The vessels are made and decorated throughout the year by visiting artists, staff, interns, local potters, and our weekly clay study group. Funds raised at the Fiesta support WSW’s ceramics department.

While the workspace residencies are highly subsidized (the actual cost is $5,000/month), awardees pay $100/week and make 50 glazed or 100 bisqued bowls in exchange for on-campus housing and 24/7 studio access. Additionally, artists receive a thorough studio orientation. Artists are expected to work independently, although studio staff is always available to provide assistance. Deep technical assistance can be arranged for an additional fee. Artists are required to provide the expendable materials for their own project and can use studio materials for the Chili Bowl vessels. WSW maintains an extensive inventory of supplies and materials that artists may purchase while in residence.

 

The residency in a nutshell:

Fall/winter applications due: April 1, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by June 1
Length of residency: 4-6 weeks
Residency occurs: the year of application, September through January

Spring/summer applications due: October 15, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by December 1
Length of residency: 4-6 weeks
Residency occurs: the year following application, March through July

 

Application must include:

  • A current resume
  • A one-paragraph project description, including your level of experience (no more than 200 words)
  • Up to ten images of recent work (digital specifications here)
  • An image script, which should include the title, medium, dimension, and date of each image
Ends on June 30, 2017

This four-week residency in Malmö, Sweden is an unprecedented opportunity for artists working in print media and sculpture.

WSW has initiated a studio residency exchange with two not-for-profit collaborative workspaces: KKV Grafik Studio and Sculpture Workshop Monumental. Artists can choose to work in one or both studios, depending on their projects. Orientation to each studio is provided, however selected artists must be able to work independently and be familiar with the printmaking and/or sculpture processes they’ll be utilizing. Additional charges may apply if the selected artist needs professional assistance.

Both studios are located in the same building, and artists have 24-hour access to the facilities. Housing is provided in the building’s Sculpture studio section and travel costs, food, and materials are paid by the artist-in-residence.

The KKV Grafik Studio is a 3,000 sq/ft printmaking studio, professionally equipped for intaglio, silkscreen, lithography, and letterpress printing. The open space layout encourages dialogue and the cross-pollination of ideas. A small private workspace for preparatory work is also available. The Malmö KKV Grafik Studio was founded in 1973 and is self-governed by its 125 members, all of whom are artists. The municipality of Malmö is the fiscal sponsor of the workshop facility.

KKV Sculpture Workshop Monumental is a 10,000 sq/ft professional studio for woodworking, pottery, enamel, glass art, metal casting, metalworking, and model making. The Sculpture Workshop Monumental was established in 1973 as a foundation. Today, its members include about 300 artists and friends.

The residency in a nutshell:

Applications due: June 30, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by August 15
Length of residency: 4 weeks
Residency occurs: July of the year following application

 Application must include:

  • A current resume
  • A one-sentence project summary followed by a half-page project description (12pt type or larger)
  • Up to ten images of recent work (digital specifications here)
  • An image script, which should include the title, medium, dimension, and date of each image
Ends on April 1, 2017

The Studio Workspace Residency is a four- to six-week opportunity for artists to create new work and fully immerse themselves in WSW’s supportive environment. We invite applications from artists at any stage of their careers. This residency gives artists a gift of time, an uninterrupted period to live and work away from the stresses of daily life. Artists may choose to work in any one or more of our studios: intaglio, letterpress, papermaking, screenprinting, photography, or ceramics.

While the workspace residencies are highly subsidized (the actual cost is $5,000/month), awardees pay $200/week in exchange for on-campus housing and 24/7 studio access. Additionally, artists receive a thorough studio orientation. Artists are expected to work independently, although studio staff is always available to provide assistance. Deep technical assistance can be arranged for an additional fee. Artists are required to provide their own expendable materials, though WSW maintains an extensive inventory of supplies and materials that artists may purchase while in residence.

An outside jury chooses the residency recipients.

 

The residency in a nutshell:

Fall applications due: April 1, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by June 1
Length of residency: 4-6 weeks
Residency occurs: the year following application, September through January

Spring applications due: October 15, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by December 1
Length of residency: 4-6 weeks
Residency occurs: the year following application, February through June

 

Application must include:

  • A current resume
  • A one-page project description, including the studio you’d like to work in and your level of experience (no more than 100 words)
  • Up to ten images of recent work (digital specifications here)
  • An image script, which should include the title, medium, dimension, and date of each image
Ends on June 30, 2017

The Beisinghoff Printmaking Residency is a four-week opportunity that allows artists to work in a beautiful printmaking studio in Diemelstadt-Rhoden, Germany. Two artists will be chosen to work at Atelierhaus Beisinghoff, less than an hour away from Kassel, Germany.

This opportunity affords artists more than just studio time. Images, thoughts, and words from diverse viewpoints come together when artists from different continents converge at Atelierhaus. Barbara Beisinghoff also invites local press for an artists’ presentation during the residency. You can find more information about the facilities and surrounding area here: atelierhausbeisinghoff.blogspot.comwomensstudioworkshopdiemelstadt.blogspot.com, and on WSW’s Flickr site.

Accommodation is free of charge and provides artists with an apartment, shared bath, library, kitchen, living room, and garden. The resident pays for travel costs, food, and materials. Artists prepare lunch together.

Atelierhaus Beisinghoff offers access to:

  • Letterpress studio with Korrex flatbed press, Garamond, Helvetica, Futura, Wallau, and some Bodoni Antiqua typefaces
  • Intaglio studio with Plankenhorn etching press for paper up to 132 x 180 cm (52 x 70 in) and Kniehebel toggle press 32 x 42 cm, for smaller etchings and woodcuts.

The residency in a nutshell:

Applications due: June 30, midnight EST
Notification date: via email by August 15
Length of residency: 4 weeks
Residency occurs: July following application

Application must include: 

  • A current resume
  • A one-sentence project summary followed by a half-page project description (12pt type or larger)
  • Up to ten images of recent work (digital specifications here)
  • An image script, which should include the title, medium, dimension, and date of each image