Open Call

Summer Residencies available at Eastside International

Eastside International (ESXLA)

No Funding
Los Angeles, United States

Eligibility

Accepted applicants must be at least 21 years of age by the start of the residency. Pets, live music, or use of overly-hazardous materials cannot be permitted. We cannot accommodate partners, spouses, children or additional guests of resident artists for the duration of the residency term. A deposit in the amount $750 US will be required to secure the residency once accepted, to be refunded up to 30 days after the end of the residency, if all residency terms and conditions have been met. Current residency fees are set at $1,600 US per month for residencies beginning 2019 until the end of 2018. Fees for residencies beginning 2020 will be $1650 US per month. $10 US application fee, $750 refundable deposit required upon acceptance.

Number of Participants

5 total artists in residence at one time.

Deadline

No deadline

Duration

July 01, 2019 - August 30, 2019

Costs

  • $10.00 application fee
  • $1,600.00 program fee (monthly)

Facilities

Individual Studio

Housing

Apartment

Meals

No meals

Public Programs

Open Studios, Self-Directed

Disciplines

Visual Arts

Languages

No languages listed

Program Description

Currently, the self-structured residency lasts from 1, 2, or 3 months and includes a bedroom and adjoining studio for contemporary visual artists to make work, connect with other artists, spaces, galleries, curators, and others and explore Los Angeles. A community of artists live and work in Eastside’s facility, and the space has been in continual artist-run operation for more than 15 years. The AIR accommodations are for working artists; the facility is operated out of a converted industrial space on the grounds of the Brewery Art Colony. The AIR program at Eastside is artist-run, semi-communal, co-ed, and cooperatively operated with common areas, kitchen, WC and other facilities shared by the 5 resident artists and studio renters at the building. As per our artist-run, non-commercial mission, the costs for the AIR are kept as low as possible and help to cover all the overhead, maintenance, and exhibition programming.

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