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Chapter 2 : Artist in Residence > USA

Being an Artist in Residence is a fantastic opportunity to develop your work. You can become involved with a different community and many artist find that stepping out of their day to day life provides sharp focus. There are many exceptional residencies and each one may have different expectations of you as a resident. Research and ask questions to find out if a residency is a good fit for you. (Information Last Updated July 2018)

*Residencies labeled as Fully Funded” provide room and board/stipend and studio space.


A to Z State Residencies


California


Colorado


Connecticut


D.C., Washington


Delaware


Florida


Georgia


Illinois


Indiana


Iowa


Kansas


Maine


Maryland


Massachusetts


Michigan


Minnesota


Missouri


Montana


Nebraska


Nevada


New Hampshire


New Jersey


New Mexico


New York


North Carolina


Ohio


Oregon


Pennsylvania


Rhode Island


Tennessee


Texas


Vermont


Virginia


Washington


Wisconsin


Wyoming


Additional Resources

Community studios and colleges offer informal use of studio space in exchange for upkeep of the studio. In addition, many of the art centers above which offer residencies also have internship programs which offer studio space and an experience that is sure to increase your knowledge base about our medium and field.

Recommended book about Residencies:
Artist Communities  by David Biespiel and Tricia Snell.


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