Open Call

Space776 Art Residency in NYC

Space 776

No Funding
New York, United States


Potential artists should apply by email, and selection is decided by a jury that determines the most promising candidates. Please email us at with the following information; • A brief description of the work you intend to create during your residency • Bio/ CV– Artwork Portfolio (pdf) • The dates you plan to stay Once we receive the application, we will get back to you with our decision. Artists are subject to approval and space availability. Artists are expected to partake in Artist Talks, Workshops, and Open Studio events. This is a valuable opportunity for artists to promote and raise awareness about their work because it gives them the chance to create a dialogue of exchange between themselves and the diverse audiences that attend the events, thus promote their artist profile.

Number of Participants

one artist for one residency


No deadline


January 24, 2021 - March 21, 2021


  • $1,200.00 program fee (monthly)






No meals

Public Programs



Cinematography, Conceptual Art, Drawing, Film, Painting, Performance Art, Photography, Public Art, Video Art, Visual Arts


No languages listed

Program Description

The Space776 Residency encourages dialogue, exchange, and experimentation. The program allows visiting artists to develop projects in response to their new environment or conduct research benefiting from New York´s resources. The Residencies Program is firmly established in the New York art scene, promoting diverse cultures and practices through international and experimental projects. The Space776 Residency develops an international residency program that gives non-resident artists in New York the opportunity to live and work in New York for one month to three months (longer periods can be arranged.) The program aims to facilitate the international exchange and the exchange of ideas through artistic practice in visual arts, performance, photography, music, and video. The Space776 Residency offers 12 living and work studios for residency in a former business hotel in Hudson Yards. It is a redbrick building, a 4-minute walk from the Jacob K. Javits Convention Center.

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