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Studio Residency Grant

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AIR Tasja Keetman explored the sculptural qualities of handmade paper during her residency at WSW.

Women’s Studio Workshop offers a six to eight week studio residency grant to support an artist creating a new body of work in one of WSW’s studio disciplines – intaglio, hand papermaking, letterpress printing, silkscreen, book arts, and ceramics.

The grant includes a stipend of $350 per week, up to $500 toward materials used during the residency, travel costs up to $250 within the Continental US, housing, and unlimited studio use. Residency occurs 6-18 months after application. The artist will be provided with technical advice and assistance in production. WSW welcomes applications from artists in all stages of their careers. This Studio Residency Grant is a two-step juried process. WSW selects the artist, then sends their work to appropriate funders for final approval.

POSTMARK DEADLINE: April 1

Notification Date: Applicants will be notified via email by June 30

Residency Length: 6-8 weeks

Residency Occurs: 1-2 years after application, September through June

APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE:

  • The application form
  • A one-page description of the project, not to exceed 100 words. Description should include the media or studio needed.
  • Resume
  • A CD with ten clearly marked images of recent work. An image script with descriptive text, which should include title, media, dimension, and date. Check our FAQ sheet for digital specifications. WSW reserves the right not to review applications that are not properly formatted.
  • Applicants who do not want to receive decision information by EMAIL can include a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE). APPLICATION MATERIALS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS REQUESTED and adequate postage and packaging material is included with the application.

SEND ALL OF THE ABOVE TO:

WSW, P.O. Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472

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