2023/2024 Artist in Residence Program at the Armory
Armory Art Center
All applicants must have at least 25 hours experience teaching in a studio environment, which includes teacher's assistant (TA) and have earned at least a BFA.
Number of Participants
The Armory Art Center will accept up to 5 Artists in Residence: Ceramics, Sculpture, 2D, Printmaking / Digital and Jewelery & Metalsmithing.
August 28, 2023 - May 25, 2024
- $1,200.00 stipend (monthly)
Ceramic Facility, Computer Lab, Gallery, Individual Studio, Installation Space, Print Shop, Sculpture Facility
Community Engagement , Courses, Exhibition, Festival, Workshops
Ceramics, Conceptual Art, Design, Drawing, Fiber Arts, Illustration, Installation, Jewelry, Metalsmith, Multimedia, Painting, Photography, Printmaking, Sculpture, Textile, Video Art, Visual Arts
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The Armory Art Center invites artists to apply to the Armory’s Artist-in-Residence Program. This highly competitive program attracts a diverse group of emerging artists within varied disciplines who have earned at least a BFA. Artists-in-Residence are responsible for teaching classes to our diverse student/community where they have the opportunity to refine their skills teaching workshops and eight-week classes. They also participate in special events. The Armory provides a studio space which offers freedom to develop their own work. Artists-in-Residence have the opportunity to exhibit work they have created during their residency. Residents are paid for teaching and also receive a generous monthly stipend for departmental assistance and participation in extracurricular events in the community.
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