Open Call

Artist Retreat in Silverton, Colorado

The Residency Project

No Funding
Silverton, United States

Eligibility

The Residency Project invites applicants of all races, ethnicities, national origins/citizenship (international applicants are welcome), religious affiliations, gender identities, and sexual orientations. The Retreat @ 1303 is not medium-specific and is perfect for creative practitioners from many different disciplinary backgrounds or with a cross-disciplinary practice. Artists at any stage of their career are welcome to apply.

Number of Participants

Artists can apply as individuals OR with their intimate partner if they both maintain a creative practice, either collaborative or independently from one another. Partnered applicants only need to complete one application. The application fee is $40 for partnered applicants or $25 for individual applicants.

Deadline

Selection Results (Announcement Dates)

Duration

June 11, 2022 - June 25, 2022

Costs

  • $25.00 application fee
  • $800.00 program fee (one-time)

Facilities

Desk Space, Individual Studio, Shared Studio

Housing

Apartment, Kitchen, Private Bathroom, Private Room

Meals

Breakfast, Coffee, Dinner, Lunch, Snacks, Tea, Vegan, Vegetarian

Public Programs

Discussion, Group Dinners, Open Studios, Retreat

Disciplines

Conceptual Art, Dance, Fiber Arts, Film, Installation, Interdiscplinary Arts, Intervention, Land Art, Performance Art, Photography, Research, Sound Art, Video Art, Visual Arts

Languages

English

Program Description

TRP @ 1303 is situated in Silverton, Colorado—a remote town nestled 9,318 feet above sea level in the heart of the scenic San Juan Mountains. The Retreat @ 1303 provides studio space, generous accommodations, outdoor excursions, group gatherings, engaging dialog with a curated cohort of residents, and time to progress your own creative work... all while immersed in an inspiring, rugged landscape. An intimate, thoughtfully selected group of artists will be invited to take two weeks away from their daily lives to think and work, to engage in collective meaning-making with other artists, and to immerse themselves in Colorado's unparalleled natural landscape. While we offer studio space and we certainly encourage our residents to make use of it, the Retreat @ 1303 is not particularly production-oriented. Rather, we encourage residents to research, reflect, connect with their cohort, explore both in and outside of the studio, and to gather inspiration for current and/or upcoming projects.

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