2019 Residencies and Fellowships

Alaska

U.S. Forest Service

Contact: Barbara Lydon, PO Box 129, Girdwood, AK 99587; blydon@fs.fed.us; www.fs.usda.gov/goto/votw; 907-754-2318.

Voices of the Wilderness Alaskan Artist Residency
Duration: June–August, residencies average 7–9 days. Application Deadline: March 1. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: must be comfortable camping/traveling in backcountry, responsible for getting to and from Alaska. Residency includes: transportation to and from the field and field gear. Food stipend during fieldwork may be available. Opportunities and responsibilities: artists engage in wilderness stewardship projects and donate one piece of artwork.

California

Mendocino Art Center

Contact: Evan Hobart, PO Box 765, Mendocino, CA 95460; register@mendocinoartcenter.org; www.mendocinoartcenter.org; 800-653-3328.

Artist in Residence
Duration: October 1–May 15. Application Deadline: April 11. Eligibility requirements: applicants should hold a BA, BFA, MFA, or life equivalency. Residency fees: variable. Fee includes: housing, studio space, access to equipment and kilns. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio, kilns, exhibition and selling opportunities.

Richard Carter Studio

Contact: Richard Carter, 1570 Ink Grade, Pope Valley, CA 94567; carterstudio@earthlink.net; www.richardcarterstudio.com; 707-965-2383.

Residency
Duration: Varies. Application Deadline: ongoing. Fee includes: studio rent, firing, and materials costs; limited on-site housing available. Opportunities and responsibilities: access to anagama, 3-chamber noborigama, gas, electric, glaze, soda, and salt kilns.

Sonoma Ceramics, Sonoma Community Center

Contact: Kala Stein, 276 E. Napa St., Sonoma, CA 95476; Kala@SonomaCommunityCenter.org; https://sonomacommunitycenter.org/ceramics/ceramics-residency-program; 707-931-4290.

Sonoma Ceramics Artist in Residence Fall
Duration: 6 months. Application Deadline: April 14. Eligibility requirements: not currently enrolled in classes or degree programs. Fee includes: free lodging, firings, glazes, and studio access. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $750/month, lodging, firings, glazes, and studio access. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 20 hours/week, daily studio management, paid teaching opportunities, and solo exhibition.

Djerassi Resident Artists Program

Contact: Program Director, 2650 Bear Gulch Rd., Woodside, CA 94062; programdirector@djerassi.org; www.djerassi.org; 650-747-1250.

Djerassi Resident Artists Program
Duration: 4–5 weeks. Application Deadline: March 15. Application fee: $35. Eligibility requirements: Residencies are awarded competitively at no cost to national and international artists in various disciplines.

Colorado

Carbondale Clay Center

Contact: Angela Bruno, 135 Main St., Carbondale, CO 81623; director@carbondaleclay.org; www.carbondaleclay.org; 970-963-2529.

CCC Artist Residency Program (2 residencies)
Duration: September 1, 2019–August 31, 2020. Application Deadline: April 5. Application Fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: BFA in ceramics or equivalent. Residents are responsible for firing fees/clay materials. Fee includes: semi-private studio space and use of facilities. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: volunteer 25 hours/month, teaching, outreach programs, group exhibitions.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Contact: Jessica Cerise, Artists-in-Residence Program Coordinator, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, CO 81615; jcerise@andersonranch.org; www.andersonranch.org; 970-923-3181.

Artist-In-Residence
Duration: October–December or February–April. Application Deadline: February 15. Eligibility requirements: emerging or established artists. Residency fees: $1500. Four of the 28 residencies are fully funded fellowships awarded by the jury panel. Fee includes: housing, studio space, and meals. Stipend: no.

AH HAA School for the Arts

Contact: Karen Overn, 300 S. Townsend St., Telluride, CO 81435; karen@ahhaa.org; www.ahhaa.org; 970-728-3886.

Ceramic Intern
Duration: 10 weeks. Application Deadline: March 5. Eligibility requirements: experience working with kids, art education students encouraged. Fee includes: dorm-style housing. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $500. Opportunities and responsibilities: assist classes, studio maintenance, 40 hours per week, teaching assistance, non-profit experience.

Connecticut

Guilford Art Center

Contact: Maureen Belden, PO Box 589, Guilford, CT 06437; info@guilfordartcenter.org; 203-453-5947; www.guilfordartcenter.org.

Residency
Duration: 12 months; September 2019–August 2020. Application Deadline: June 15. Eligibility requirements: emerging through established artists. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio monitoring and inspiring students, help with glaze upkeep, communal studio space and storage, free firings, exhibition.

Delaware

Winterthur

Contact: Winterthur, 5105 Kennett Pike, Winterthur, DE 19735; academicprograms@winterthur.org; www.winterthur.org/?p=418; 302-888-4637.

Research Fellowship Program
Duration: 1–12 months. Application Deadline: January 15. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: see website for application requirements. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: research and create projects that interpret the past and our collections. Studio space is not provided.

District of Columbia

Smithsonian American Art Museum

Contact: Amelia Goerlitz, PO Box 37012, MRC 970, Washington, DC 20013-7012; AmericanArtFellowships@si.edu; www.americanart.si.edu/fellowships; 202-633-8353.

The James Renwick Fellowship in American Craft
Duration: 3–12 months. Application Deadline: December 1. Eligibility requirements: PhD candidates, postdoctoral studies, senior scholars, or equivalent, and publication history. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $32,700, plus research and travel allowances. Postdoctoral or senior fellowship stipend is $4000 per month for up to 8 months, plus research and travel allowances. Opportunities and responsibilities: residential; dissertation or independent research.

District Clay Gallery

Contact: Cass Johnson, 2414 Douglas St. NE, Washington, DC, 20018; cass@districtclaycenter.com; www.districtclaycenter.com/resident-artists.html; 202-341-8269.

Resident Artist
Duration: 1 year. 3 positions, starting August 1. Application Deadline: April 12. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: Bachelor or Master of Arts with a significant body of ceramic work. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $800/month for 20 hours work/week at center. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching opportunities, exhibition final show in gallery.

Florida

Morean Center for Clay

Contact: Matthew Schiemann, 420 22nd St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712; matthewschiemann@gmail.com; www.moreanartscenter.org; (727) 827-7162.

Morean Center for Clay Artist in Residence
Duration: 1 year with ability to reapply. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent. Residency fees: yes. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: each resident agrees to work a total of 15 hours a week in exchange for 24-hour studio access, firings, and discounts on clay. Work includes a wide variety of studio maintenance. Opportunities and responsibilities: paid work and teaching opportunities, installing exhibitions, assisting workshops, studio maintenance, firing kilns, splitting wood, mixing glazes.

Armory Art Center

Contact: Mark Walnock, 811 Park Pl., West Palm Beach, FL 33401; mark.walnock@armoryart.org; www.armoryart.org; 561-832-1776.

Ceramics Artist In Residence
Duration: 9 months. Application Deadline: April 16. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: teaching experience No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1000/month. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week on premises, community outreach, studio monitoring, workshop assistance, contribution of a piece, gallery exhibition, firing kilns, and teaching opportunities.

Georgia

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences

Contact: Dayna Thacker, PO Box 339, Rabun Gap, GA 30568; dthacker@hambidge.org; www.hambidge.org; 706-746-7324.

Hambidge Residency Program
Duration: 2–8 weeks. Application Deadline: January 15, April 15, and September 15. Application fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: open to knowledgeable, experienced ceramic artists. Residency fees: $250/week. Fee includes: private cabin equipped with small kitchen and bathroom, 24/7 studio access. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $700 and 2 weeks residency fees waived. Distinguished Fellowships are available. Opportunities and responsibilities: help clean the facilities, pay deposit/firing.

Art Center West

Contact: AJ Argentina, 38 Hill St., Ste. 100, Roswell, GA 30075; aargentina@roswellgov.com; www.roswellclaycollective.com; 770-641-3990.

Resident Artist
Duration: 12–24 months. Application Deadline: May 1. Eligibility requirements: MFA, BFA, or equivalent experience. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio maintenance: 10 hours/week includes housing (utilities not included), studio space, and exhibition. Teaching opportunities and part-time hours available.

Illinois

Lillstreet Art Center

Contact: Mary Drabik, 4401 N. Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, IL 60640; mary@lillstreet.com; https://lillstreet.com; 773-769-4226.

Artist in Residence in Ceramics
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: May 2019. Application fee: Slideroom fee. Eligibility requirements: BFA, MFA or equivalent experience. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $200/month, 24/7 access, semi-private studio, firings and materials included. Opportunities and responsibilities: teach classes and workshops, year end exhibition, 20 contact studio hours/week: 10–12 hours of studio maintenance and 10 hours personal professional development.

Terra Incognito Studios and Gallery

Contact: David Toan, 246 Chicago Ave., Oak Park, IL 60302; terraincognitomail@yahoo.com; www.terraincognitostudios.com; 708-383-6228.

Residency
Duration: 1 year minimum, 2 year maximum. Application Deadline: May 15. Eligibility requirements: Bachelor’s degree preferred, but not required. Residency includes: 24-hour access to studio, clay at cost, and free firings, professional mentoring, teaching, and group exhibition opportunities. Stipend: may be available. Responsibilities include: 15 hours/week in classrooms, mixing glazes, loading/firing kilns, and reclaiming clay, etc.

Iowa

Iowa Ceramics Center and Glass Studio

Contact: Ellen Kleckner, 329 10th Ave, SE #117, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401; info@iowaceramicscenter.org; www.iowaceramicscenter.org; 319-365-9644.

Long Term Resident Artist
Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: April 15. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: BFA, MFA, or equivalent. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching, studio maintenance and work, gallery sales, exhibitions, community outreach.

Kansas

Lawrence Arts Center

Contact: Kyla Strid, 940 New Hampshire St., Lawrence, KS 66044; kyla@lawrenceartscenter.org; www.lawrenceartscenter.org; 785-843-2787.

Ceramics Artist in Residence
Duration: August 1, 2019–July 31, 2020. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: MFA or equivalent. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: semi-private studio, furnished housing, some materials, free firings, $1000 honorarium for professional development, access to other studios plus the woodshop in the building. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition, assist with studio maintenance, teaching, artist talks, and outreach.

Kansas State University Dept of Art

Contact: Nick Geankoplis, 111 Willard Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506; ngeankoplis@ksu.edu; http://art.ksu.edu; 785-532-6605.

K-State Ceramics Residency
Duration: August 16–July 1. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: yes. Eligibility requirements: MFA. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: Private studio, firings and materials, solo exhibition, and up to $24,000. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching 2 classes/semester and 10 hours of departmental contribution a week.

Maine

Haystack Mountain School of Crafts

Contact: Ginger Aldrich, PO Box 518, Deer Isle, ME 04627; haystack@haystack-mtn.org; www.haystack-mtn.org; 207-348-2306.

Open Studio Residency
Duration: May 27–June 8. Application Deadline: March 1. Application fee: $50. Eligibility requirements: participants must be 21 years of age or older and students enrolled in an academic program during the time of the residency are eligible to apply. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: opportunity for experimentation with digital fabrication.

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts

Contact: Claire Brassil, 19 Brick Hill Rd., Newcastle, ME 04553; info@watershedceramics.org; www.watershedceramics.org; 207-882-6075.

Summer Residency
Duration: Two-week sessions, June–August. Application Deadline: rolling admissions; scholarship deadline February 15. No application fee; scholarship app fee $25. Residency fees: $1600. Fee includes: room, board, 24-hour studio access. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 2 weeks of uninterrupted studio time.

Salad Days Artist Residency
Duration: May–September. Application Deadline: February 15. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: any ceramic artist comfortable working independently in a studio. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: private room and board, 24-hour studio access, clay, glazes, and firings. Opportunities and responsibilities: produce 500 ceramic plates for annual fundraiser; exhibition opportunities.

Maryland

Baltimore Clayworks

Contact: Kevin Rohde, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore, MD 21209; info@baltimoreclayworks.org; www.baltimoreclayworks.org; 410-578-1919.

Short-Term Residency
Duration: 1–3 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists working on a specific project or body of work. Residency fees: $300. Fee includes: private studio space, and use of studio equipment. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching and special event opportunities.

Long-Term Residency
Duration: 1–3 years. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: Excellence of work demonstrated by images, references and vitae; capacity for growth, and community involvement. Residency fees: $300. Fee includes: Individual workspace, 24 hr. key access to facilities, opportunity for paid teaching and gallery/shop sales, and use of studio equipment. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 8 hours per week working as a program assistant, payment for firing and materials.

Lormina Salter Fellowship
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: Emerging Artist producing work of the highest quality. Includes: Individual workspace, 24 hr. key access to facilities, opportunity for paid teaching and gallery/shop sales, use of studio equipment. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: Solo show, 8 hours per week working as a program assistant.

Massachusetts

Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard

Contact: Kathy King, 224 Western Ave., Allston, MA 02134; kking@fas.harvard.edu; https://ofa.fas.harvard.edu/ceramics; 617-496-4751.

Artist In Residence at Ceramics Program, Office for the Arts at Harvard
Duration: 2–4 years. Application Deadline: April 1. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: varies. All applicants should be able to fire the kiln in which they process their work and arrange for training and certification if needed. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: Personal studio space, materials and firing, opportunities to teach, solo exhibition in Gallery 224 of work completed during residency, and more.

Emmanuel College

Contact: Chantal Harris, 400 The Fenway, Boston, MA 02115; ecar@emmanuel.edu; www.emmanuel.edu/ecar; 617-264-7687.

ECAR 2019
Duration: 8 weeks. Application Deadline: February 1. No application fee. Eligibility Requirements: must not be enrolled in an academic program. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1000 for materials and food, up to $1000 for travel, housing on campus, studio space, and shared tools. Opportunities and responsibilities: demo, lecture to art history course, donate one work, exhibition.

Cross Cultural Collaborative Inc.

Contact: Ellie Schimelman, 45 Auburn St., Brookline, MA 02446; aba@culturalcollaborative.org; www.culturalcollaborative.org; 857-261-0474.

Cultural exchange with African potters
Duration: August 17–August 30. Application Deadline: June 1. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: an interest in working with artisans from Ghana. Residency fees: $1800. Fee includes: airport pickup, room, food, materials, workshops, and visit to traditional village. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: can work with neighborhood children, meet local artisans, and visit galleries.

Mudflat Pottery School and Studios

Contact: Lynn Gervens, 81 Broadway, Somerville, MA 02145; lynn@mudflat.org; www.mudflat.org; 617-628-0589.

Ceramic Artist Residency
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 10. Eligibility requirements: applicants should have knowledge of a variety of clay techniques and some kiln firing experience, the ability to work independently, 2 public presentations, minimum of 20 hours/week in the studio.

Worcester Center for Crafts

Contact: Tom O’Malley, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, MA 01605; tomalley1@worcester.edu; www.worcestercraftcenter.org; 508-753-8181 ext.304.

Artist-in-Residence
Duration: 10 months, September–June. Application Deadline: April 1. Application fee: $25. Residency fees: weekly work exchange available. Fee includes: Semi-private studio space, access to facilities. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: minimum 25 hours/week in studio, volunteer studio support, exhibition, sales, mentoring, and teaching opportunities.

Michigan

Art Shape Mammoth Visitor Center Artist Camp

Contact: Amy Hosterman, Airport Rd., Ewen, MI 49925; amyjoyhosterman@gmail.com; www.visitorcenterartistcamp.org; 612-385-2835.

Near-Wilderness Creative Retreat
Duration: July 27–August 9. Application Deadline: ongoing—first come, first served. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: previous clay experience helpful but not required. Residency fees: $750. Fee includes: all meals, camping sites, water, bathroom facilities, all clay, glazes, and firings, local transportation to areas of interest. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: assisting with public workshops, firing kilns, hand-processing clay, cooperative studio maintenance.

Khnemu Studio on Fernwood Farm

Contact: Dawn Soltysiak, 6322 113th Ave., Fennville, MI 49408; Dawn@khnemustudio.com; www.khnemustudio.com; 269-686-6343.

Pottery Intern/Residency Program
Duration: 2–3 months. Application Deadline: March 15. No fee. Eligibility requirements: previous clay experience, motivated. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $500 payable at the end of commitment, free housing and use of studio. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 25 hours/week.

Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency

Contact: Annie Fisher, P.O. Box 216, Saugatuck, MI 49453; ox-bow@saic.edu; www.ox-bow.org; 800-318-3019.

Fall Artists’ Residency
Duration: 2–5 weeks. Application Deadline: May 1. No application fee. Fully funded residency. Eligibility requirements: not enrolled in a degree-seeking program. Residents receive a studio, room and board, and are responsible for materials and travel. Stipend: yes, varies on length of residency. Opportunities and responsibilities: present work to the community, exhibition.

Minnesota

Clay Coyote Pottery & Gallery

Contact: Morgan Baum, 17614 240th St, Hutchinson, MN 55350-5415; morgan@claycoyote.com; www.claycoyote.com; 320-587-2599.

Clay Coyote Emerging Artist
Duration: 1–5 years. Application Deadline: Ongoing. No application fee. Residency fee includes: dedicated studio space, wheel, tools, materials, use of facilities, gallery sales. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: community teaching, must buy clay.

Northern Clay Center

Contact: Jill Foote-Hutton, 2424 Franklin Ave. E, Minneapolis, MN 55406; nccinfo@northernclaycenter.org; www.northernclaycenter.org/artist-services; 612-339-8007.

Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grant
Duration: April 1–December 31. Application Deadline: February 15. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists who have completed formal undergraduate academic training, no students. Six months of residency in MN required. Stipend: Yes. Stipend includes: $6000 grant. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunity.

McKnight Artist Residency for Ceramic Artists
Duration: 3 months. Application Deadline: May 24. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: not a resident of Minnesota. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $6000 award, studio space provided at no cost, and a glaze and firing allowance. Opportunities and responsibilities: lecture, exhibition, possible teaching opportunity.

McKnight Artist Fellowship for Ceramic Artists
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: May 25. Eligibility requirements: Minnesota resident, beyond an emerging artist. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $25,000. Opportunities and responsibilities: present workshop, exhibition with catalog.

Emerging Artist Residencies
Duration: September 1, 2019–August 31, 2020. Application Deadline: April 12. No fees. Recent college graduate. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: materials and firings. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition, professional development, possible teaching opportunity.

Mississippi

Natchez Pottery Studios

Contact: Patricia Huffines, 101 Clifton Ave., Natchez, MS 39120; natchezpottery@gmail.com; www.natchezpottery.com; 601-215-5121.

Resident Artist
Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: 2 years of ceramic studies, ceramics undergraduate degree preferred. Fee includes: private studio, materials, firings, and workshop participation. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio work, teaching, studio maintenance, firing kilns, formulating and making glazes.

Missouri

Access Arts

Contact: Shawna Johnson, 1724 McAlester St., Columbia, MO 65201; shawna@schoolofservice.org; www.schoolofservice.org; 573-875-0275.

Ceramic Resident Artist
Duration: 3 months–1 year. Application Deadline: rolling basis. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent. Willing to relocate. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: housing and studio space, 1 bisque and 1 glaze firing per month, clay, career development help (marketing), assistance with writing grants, gallery contracts, and more. Expectations: 10–15 hours a week includes teaching classes, studio upkeep and maintenance, outreach events, and more.

323CLAY

Contact: Cindy Powers, 323 W. Maple Ave., Independence, MO 64050; cindy@323CLAY.com; www.323clay.com; 816-254-7552.

323CLAY Resident Artist
Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: May. No application fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: fire kilns, mix glazes, teach, assist at workshops and events, clean, maintain studio. Semi-private studio, clay, glaze, use of equipment.

Belger Crane Yard Studios

Contact: Tommy Frank, 2011 Tracy Ave, Kansas City, MO 64108; tfrank@belgerarts.org; https://belgerarts.org/residency-programs; 816-474-7316.

Foundation Residency
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: recently completed undergraduate or graduate degree. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: materials and firing. Opportunities and responsibilities: semi-private studio space; stipend for clay supplies and firings; mentoring; exhibition; studio maintenance, donate a piece.

Career Residency
Duration: 1-5 years. Application Deadline: April 15. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: professional artist for at least 5 years. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: materials and firing. Opportunities and responsibilities: semi-private studio, stipend for clay and firings, outreach, teaching, mentoring, exhibition of work, studio sales, donate a piece.

Fellowship Residency
Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: minimum of 6 months before proposed start date. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: five years of experience as a professional artist. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: semi-private studio, discounted materials and firings, housing, donate a piece, community interaction, teaching, exhibition, marketing.

KC Clay Guild

Contact: Louis Reilly, 200 W 74th St., Kansas City, MO 64114; studio@kcclayguild.org; 816-363-1373; http://kcclayguild.org/Artists-in-Residence.

Long Term Artist in Residence
Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $30. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $2500/year. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition, teaching, assisting workshops, firing kilns, mixing clay and glazes.

Craft Alliance Center of Art + Design

Contact: Stefanie Kirkland, 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63103; stefanie.kirkland@craftalliance.org; www.craftalliance.org; 314-725-1177.

Craft Alliance Studio Artist Residency
Duration: 6 or 12 months. Application Deadline: May. Application fee: $35. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $250/month. Opportunities and responsibilities: private studio, teaching.

Montana

Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts

Contact: Amanda Wilkey, 2915 Country Club Ave., Helena, MT 59602; amanda@archiebray.org; http://archiebray.org; 406-443-3502.

Etchart-Satre Fellowship, Lilian Fellowship, Lillstreet Art Center Fellowship, Joan Lincoln Fellowship, Matsutani Fellowship, MJD Fellowship, Quigley-Hiltner Fellowship, Speyer Fellowship, Taunt Fellowship, and Windgate Fellowship
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: March 1. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: $35. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $5000 fellowship, semi-private studio, access to facilities. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 4 hours/week, donate one piece, teaching, exhibition, and sales opportunities.

The Clay Studio of Missoula

Contact: Shalene Valenzuela, 1106 A Hawthorne St., Missoula, MT 59802; director@theclaystudioofmissoula.org; www.theclaystudioofmissoula.org; 406-543-0509.

Wood Fire Resident Artist
Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: April 4. Application fee: $28. Eligibility requirements: BFA, MFA, or equivalent, ample wood-fire experience. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: some funding for professional development. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hours/week, studio duties, managing community wood prep and firing, lectures, exhibitions, paid teaching opportunities, semi-private studio, solo exhibition.

Short Term Residency
Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: April 4. Application fee: $28. Eligibility requirements: BFA, MFA, or equivalent. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hours/week studio duties, works for fundraisers and collection, exhibitions, teaching opportunities, semi-private studio space.

Community Residency
Duration: 2–4 weeks. Application Deadline: April 4. Application fee: $28. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hours/week studio duties, 1–2 cups/plates for fundraiser, sales gallery, exhibitions, paid teaching opportunities, community studio, dedicated storage.

Red Lodge Clay Center

Contact: David Hiltner, PO Box 1527 , Red Lodge, MT 59068; residencies@redlodgeclaycenter.com; www.redlodgeclaycenter.com; 406-446-3993.

Short-term Residency
Duration: 2–12 weeks. Application Deadline: May 1. Application Fee: $40. Eligibility requirements: 18 and up. Residency fees: $175/week. Fee includes: studio, housing. Stipend: no.

Long-term Residency
Duration: up to two years. Application Deadline: February 1. Application Fee: $40. Eligibility requirements: Applicant must be at least 18 and have a demonstrated ability to fulfill residency expectations No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $350/month plus furnished housing and utilities, $1200 materials and firing budget, private studio, professional development opportunities, annual exhibition. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours of work exchange/week, be an active and productive member of the RLCC community.

Do Good-MJ Wood Memorial Short-Term Residency
Duration: 24 days. Application Deadline: May 1. Application fee: $10. Develop a socially-conscious body of work or project. No residency fee. A stipend may be available for selected projects to assist with travel and/or project expenses. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio, housing, possible exhibition/workshop opportunity.

Artist-Invites-Artists (AIA)
Duration: 2–4 weeks. Application Deadline: May 1. Application Fee: $40. Eligibility Requirements: emerging through established artists invite up to 7 artists. Residency fees: $25 per day. Fee includes: 1400 square foot shared studio space, housing, discounted materials. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: possible exhibition and/or gallery representation.

Nebraska

LUX Center for the Arts

Contact: Lindsey Clausen, 2601 N. 48th St., Lincoln, NE 68504; lindsey@luxcenter.org; 402-466-8692; www.luxcenter.org/get-involved/artist-in-residence.

Ceramic Artist-in-Residence
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 3. Application fee: $15. Eligibility requirements: MFA or BFA with strong desire to teach. Artists with more than one area of expertise are preferred. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $80 for materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: paid teaching, firing kilns, basic studio maintenance, solo exhibition, group exhibitions, curatorial.

Art Farm

Contact: Ed Dadey, 1306 W. 21 Rd., Marquette, NE 68854-2112; af@artfarmnebraska.org; www.artfarmnebraska.org.

Artist-in-Residency
Duration: June 1–November 1. Application Deadline: March 1. Application Fee: $20. Eligibility Requirements: BA or above. Residency Fees: varies. Fee Includes: individual resident’s costs for material and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: accommodations and studio, access to equipment, 12 hours/week work exchange.

Tethon 3D

Contact: Karen Linder, 719 S. 75th St., Omaha, NE 68114; karen@tethon3d.com; http://tethon3d.com/services/workshops; 402-639-2446.

Ceramic 3D Printing
Duration: 3–14 days. Application Deadline: ongoing. Residency fees: $500/day. Fee includes: housing, 2 meals. Discounts for more than 5 days. Stipend: no.

Nevada

Clay Arts Vegas

Contact: Thomas Bumblauskas, 1511 S. Main St., Las Vegas, NV 89104; 4information@clayartsvegas.com; www.clayartsvegas.com; 702-375-4147.

Clay Arts Vegas Residency
Duration: 3–12 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: BA. Residency fees: $250. Fee includes: semi-private storage, use of facilities, discounted clay. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $100/week plus housing. Opportunities and responsibilities: 25 hours of work, studio maintenance, gallery openings, events, teaching, donate up to two pieces, exhibitions, and sales.

New Jersey

Peters Valley Craft Center

Contact: Jennifer Apgar, 19 Kuhn Rd., Layton, NJ 07851; info@petersvalley.org; www.petersvalley.org; 973-948-5200.

Studio Assistantship Residency
Duration: 2–5 months. Application Deadline: March 15. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: knowledge of studio equipment and customer service skills. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: assisting workshops and studio maintenance, room and board provided, exhibition and sale opportunities, workshop opportunities, and firing kilns.

Visiting Artist Residency
Duration: 2 weeks–1 month. Application Deadline: ongoing. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: open to all artists but must have experience with all equipment and work independently. Residency fees: $500 per week. Fee includes: studio access and lodging, includes utilities but not materials. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: uninterrupted studio time.

New Mexico

Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program

Contact: Stephen Fleming, 409 E. College Blvd., Roswell, NM 88201; stephen@rair.org; www.rair.org; 575-622-6037.

Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: March 15. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: be highly motivated and talented. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $800 per month, utilities, private housing and studio. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunity.

Taos Clay Studio

Contact: Brandi Jessup, 31 D Ben Romero, El Prado, NM 87529; taosclay@gmail.com; www.taosclay.com; 307-272-8388.

Studio/Education Resident
Duration: 2 years. Application Deadline: TBA. Eligibility requirements: BFA. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $75/month materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20–25 hour/week work trade, teaching, exhibition, gallery representation, free firing, shared studio.

New York

Craigardan

Contact: Michele Drozd, 501 Hurricane Road, Keene, NY 12942; info@craigardan.org; www.craigardan.org; 518-242-6535.

Studio Arts Residency
Duration: 12 weeks. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent. Residency fees: $2400. Fee includes: housing, studio, utilities, farm food, workshops. Waived residency fee for fellowships. Opportunities and responsibilities: gallery sales, exhibition, firings and materials, teaching.

Harvest Plate Residency
Duration: 9 months. Application Deadline: May 1. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: Produce 150 plates, 150 bowls, and 150 cups for fundraiser, gallery sales, events, housing, studio, materials, and firings.

Resident Internship
Duration: 3–6 months. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent. Fee includes: housing, farm food, materials, studio. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 30 hours/week, 15–20 hours/week in studio, gallery sales.

Sculpture Space NYC

Contact: Magda Dejose, 47-21 35th St., Long Island City, NY 11101; sculpturespacenyc@icloud.com; www.sculpturespacenyc.com; 718-806-1709.

SSNYC Ceramic Residency Program
Duration: 2 months–1 year. Application Deadline: January 30 and July 30. Eligibility requirements: sculptors and designers who are interested in exploring clay. Residency fees: $380–$450/month studio fee. Firing fees $285. Fee includes: communal ceramic studio (Monday–Sunday, 7 am–midnight), pre-mixed glazes cone 6–cone 10, firings, storage, project development consultation. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: annual members show, teach a workshop or demo, load/unload your own firings, help maintain studio.

Rochester Folk Art Guild

Contact: Annie Schliffer, 1445 Upper Hill Rd., Middlesex, NY 14507; aschliffer@gmail.com; www.folkartguild.org; 585-554-5463.

Residency at the Folk Art Guild
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. No application fee. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio access, materials, and firing space, 15 hours/week of studio work, exhibition, and teaching.

Clay Art Center

Contact: Leigh Taylor Mickelson, Executive Director, 40 Beech St., Port Chester, NY 10573; Mail@clayartcenter.org; www.clayartcenter.org; 914-937-2047 221.

Clay Art Center Ceramic Artist Residency Program
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 5. Eligibility requirements: BFA or MFA. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $300/ month, private studio space. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 10 hours/week for the studio, exhibition, and paid teaching opportunities.

Greenwich House Pottery

Contact: Kaitlin McClure, 16 Jones St., New York, NY 10014; kmcclure@greenwichhouse.org; www.greenwichhouse.org; 212-242-4106 ex. 25.

Greenwich House Pottery Residency
Duration: 1–3 months. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: project based, non-clay artists interested in clay. May not be enrolled in a degree program. No residency fee. Includes: 20×17-foot private studio, free access to all stocked materials, access to gas and electric firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: group exhibition, artist talk, technical guidance.

Greenwich House Pottery Fellowship
Duration: 1–3 months. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: May not be enrolled in a degree program. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $2000, 20×17-foot private studio, free access to all stocked materials, access to gas and electric firings. Opportunities and responsibilities: work in studio 5 days/week, formal or informal teaching.

Flower City Arts Center

Contact: Kate Whorton, 713 Monroe Avenue, Rochester, NY 14607; ceramics@rochesterarts.org; www.rochesterarts.org; 585-271-5183.

Artist-in-Residence
Duration: September 2019–August 31 2020. Application Deadline: April 15. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: BFA or MFA preferred. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1500 firing stipend. Opportunities and responsibilities: private studio space, materials at cost, exhibition, teaching opportunities. 10 hours/week helping with gallery and open studio.

Byrdcliffe Colony

Contact: Alexis Grabowski, 34 Tinker St., Woodstock, NY 12498; air@woodstockguild.org; www.woodstockguild.org/artist-residencies; 845-679-2079.

Byrdcliffe Artist in Residence Program
Duration: 1, 2, or 4 four-week sessions (4–16 weeks total). Application Deadline: February 10. Application fee: $40. Residency fees: $700 per 4-week session. Aid available. Fee includes: private studio, private bedroom, optional activities and programming, 20 artists per session. Stipend includes: full and partial fellowships available. Opportunities and responsibilities: kilns, exhibition opportunities. Residents provide their own meals.

North Carolina

Odyssey Center for the Ceramic Arts

Contact: Gabriel Kline, 236 Clingman Ave., Asheville, NC 28801; odysseyclayworks@gmail.com; www.odysseyceramicarts.com; 828-285-0210.

Resident Artist
Duration: 1.5–3 years. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: desire to pursue a career in clay. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Stipend includes: one-time stipend of $500. Project application required to receive funds. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibitions, teaching, assisting workshops, studio maintenance, gallery sales, firing kilns, etc.

Pocosin Arts School of Fine Craft

Contact: Michelle Clower, PO Box 690, Columbia, NC 27925; michelle@pocosinarts.com; https://pocosinarts.org/resident-artist/; 252-796-2787.

Ceramic Artist in Residence
Duration: June 1, 2019–June 1, 2020 optional second year. Application Deadline: April 1. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: emerging through established artists, some teaching experience preferred. Residency fees: $100. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $300/month, housing, utilities, and studio access. Opportunities and responsibilities: 24-hour studio access, paid teaching, gallery space, assist workshops.

Pocosin 2 Week Immersive
Duration: May 26–June 9. Application Deadline: February 1. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: artists committed to their craft. Residency fees: $100. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work in a community of artists.

Wellsville Creative Arts Center

Contact: Zach Moore, 124 North Main St., Wellsville, NY 14895; zachmoore.wcac@gmail.com; www.WellsvilleCreativeArtsCenter.com; 585-593-3000.

Resident Artist
Duration: September–August. Application Deadline: May 15. No fees. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent. Stipend: no. Opportunities: studio space, firings, teach, workshop, exhibition. Responsibilities: 10 hours/week of studio work.

Wildacres Retreat

Contact: Dave Lovett, PO Box 280, Little Switzerland, NC 28749; wildacres@wildacres.org; www.wildacres.org; 828-756-4573.

Wildacres Residency Program
Duration: 1–2 weeks. Application Deadline: January 15. Application fee: $20. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio access, lodging, and meals.

The Bascom, A Center for the Visual Arts

Contact: Frank Vickery, 323 Franklin Rd., Highlands, NC 28741; fvickery@thebascom.org; 828-787-2892; www.thebascom.org/residency-and-internship-program.

Dave Drake Studio Clay Resident
Duration: 3 months, renewal. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: BFA. Residency fees: yes. Fee includes: housing, materials, firing. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $100/week. Opportunities and responsibilities: teach up to 20 hours a week, provided 1000 pounds of clay per 3-month cycle.

Penland School of Crafts

Contact: Betsi DeWitt, PO Box 37, Penland, NC 28765; programs@penland.orgwww.penland.org; 828-765-5753.

Artist-In-Residence
Duration: 3 years. Application Deadline: January 15. Eligibility requirements: self-supporting, full-time artist at transitional point in career.

North Carolina Pottery Center

Contact: Lindsey Lambert, Executive Director, PO Box 531, Seagrove, NC 27341; info@ncpotterycenter.org; www.ncpotterycenter.org; 336-873-8430.

Artist-in-Residence
Duration: 3–6 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio, subsidized housing.

STARworks

Contact: Erin Younge, PO Box 159, Star, NC 27356; erin@starworksnc.org; www.starworksnc.org/clay-studio/clay-studio-home.html; 910-428-9007.

Artist in Residence, The Clay Studio at STARworks
Duration: 3–6 months. Application Deadline: February 28 or September 30. Eligibility requirements: Bachelor’s degree or higher. Residency fees: $275/month. Fee includes: shared housing. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: work exchange at $10/hour up to 20 hours/week. Opportunities and responsibilities: assisting workshops, events, and studio maintenance, studio access, gallery sales, and teaching.

Ohio

Core Clay

Contact: Nikki Marie, 2533 Gilbert Ave., Cincinnati, OH 45206; studio@coreclay.com; www.coreclay.com; 513-961-2728.

Ceramic Artist in Residence
Duration: 1 Year. Application Deadline: January 1 or June 1. No application fee. No residency fee. Opportunities and responsibilities: work exchange for housing, studio, and materials. Exhibition, sales, teaching, and workshops.

Oregon

Clay Space

Contact: Meghan Verberkmoes, 222 Polk St., Eugene, OR 97402; office@clayspaceonline.com; www.clayspaceonline.com; 541-653-8089.

Resident Artist Program
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 1. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: BFA, MFA, or equivalent. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 15 hours of studio work and teaching per week; exhibition. Paid teaching, some firings, studio access.

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology

Contact: Mindy Chaffin, 56605 Sitka Dr., Otis, OR 97368; mindychaffin@sitkacenter.org; 541-994-5485; www.sitkacenter.org/residencies.

Artist in Residence
Duration: September–January or January–April. Application Deadline: April 16. Application fee: $25. Residency fees: yes. Fee includes: private residence, studio, access to kilns and wheel. Stipend: no.

PLAYA

Contact: Ellen Waterston, Executive Director, 47531 Hwy 31, Summer Lake, OR 97640; ellen@playasummerlake.org; https://playasummerlake.org/residency; 541.943.3983.

Summer/Fall 2019 PLAYA Artist Residency
Duration: 2, 4, or 8 weeks. Application Deadline: February 15 or September 15. Application fee: $35. Eligibility requirements: All residents’ work must be compatible with PLAYA’s available facilities and location. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: presentation. Free lodging, studio, and twice-weekly meals.

Pennsylvania

Brockway Center for Arts and Technology

Contact: Liana Agnew, 1200 Wood St., Brockway, PA 15824; liana.agnew@brockwaycat.org; www.brockwaycatart.org; 814-265-1111 x204.

Artist in Residence
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: May 1. Eligibility requirements: Bachelor’s degree, studio, and teaching experience. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: housing, utilities, materials, firings, and studio access in exchange for 25 hours of studio maintenance/teaching each week. Opportunities and responsibilities: paid teaching opportunities, gallery exhibition and sales, assisting workshops, field trips, and conferences.

Moravian Pottery and Tileworks

Contact: Adam Zayas, 130 E. Swamp Rd., Doylestown, PA 18901; azayas@buckscounty.org; www.buckscounty.org/mptw; 215-348-6090.

Apprenticeship
Duration: Summer 2019: June 3–August 10; Autumn 2019: September 3–November 9. Application Deadline: April 1 and July 1. Application fee: yes. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: studio space and materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: tile making.

Touchstone Center for Crafts

Contact: Dean Simpson, 1049 Wharton Furnace Rd., Farmington, PA 15437; dsimpson@touchstonecrafts.org; www.touchstonecrafts.org; 724-329-1370.

Artist-in-Residence
Duration: 1–3 months, May–September. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: ceramics background. Fee includes: lodging. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: touchstonecrafts.org/opportunities.

The Clay Studio

Contact: Jennifer Zwilling, 137 N. Second St., Philadelphia, PA 19106; jzwilling@theclaystudio.org; www.theclaystudio.org/apply/artists-programs; 215-925-3453.

The Clay Studio Resident Artist Program and Zeldin Fellowship
Duration: 1–5 years. Application Deadline: March 5. Application Fee: $40. Eligibility requirements: High quality art work, ceramics as primary material. Residency fees: $200/month. Fee includes: studio space. Stipend includes: one Zeldin Fellow each year receives $500/month. Opportunities and responsibilities: one solo exhibition, teaching opportunities, grant writing assistance, subsidized rent, shop sales, kilns, glaze mixing facility.

Rhode Island

Arch Contemporary Ceramics

Contact: Shauna Cahill, 18 East Rd., Tiverton, RI 02878; shauna@archcontemporary.com; www.archcontemporary.com/air; 401-816-0550.

Summer Potter-in-Residence
Duration: 3–4 months. Application Deadline: rolling. No application fee. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $100/month for firings and materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio access, 20 hours/week studio work, 8 hours/week studio assistance, gallery representation, solo show, teaching.

Fall/Winter Residency
Duration: 3–9 months. Application Deadline: rolling. No application fee. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $50/month for firings and materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio access, 20 hours/week studio work, 8 hours/week studio assistance, gallery representation, solo show, teaching.

Tennessee

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Contact: Nick DeFord, PO Box 567, Gatlinburg, TN 37738; ndeford@arrowmont.org; www.arrowmont.org; 865-436-5860.

Arrowmont Artists-In-Residence Program
Duration: 11 months. Application Deadline: February 1. Application fee: $35. Stipend: yes. Monthly stipend, private studio, bedroom, and meals during workshop sessions. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 10 hours/week in studios, galleries, community outreach, marketing.

Texas

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Contact: HCCC, 4848 Main St., Houston, TX 77002; tfrank@crafthouston.org; www.crafthouston.org; 713-529-4848.

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft Residency Program
Duration: 3, 6, 9, or 12 months. Application Deadline: March 1. Eligibility requirements: work in studio two days/week, open studios to public on Saturdays and other times. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $500 monthly, and $300 quarterly allowance. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching, collaborate, professional development, group exhibition, working in their studios 24 hours per week and at least two weekends per month during HCCC public hours.

Virginia

VCCA (Virginia Center for the Creative Arts)

Contact: Sheila Gulley Pleasants, Director of Artists’ Services, 154 San Angelo Dr., Amherst, VA 24521; vcca@vcca.com; www.vcca.com; 434-946-7236.

Residential Fellowship
Duration: 2–8 weeks. Application Deadline: January 15, May 15, September 15. Application fee: $25. Fee includes: studio space, lodging, and meals. Stipend: no.

VCCA International Residency Program, Moulin a Nef, Auvillar, France
Duration: April–December. Application Deadline: September 15. Application fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: artists who have been in residence at the VCCA. Residency fees: $70 per day. Fee includes: private studio, private bedroom, bath, some meals; partial scholarships available. Opportunities and responsibilities: community interaction.

Cub Creek Foundation

Contact: John Jessiman, 4871 Wheeler Spring Rd., Appomattox, VA 24522-9505; jessiman@cubcreek.org; www.cubcreek.org; 434-248-5074.

CCF Residency
Duration: 3–12 months. Application Deadline: April 1. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent for 9-month or longer residency; two semesters of ceramics for 3-month residency. Residency fees: $575/month. Fee includes: housing, studio, and facilities. Stipend: no. Stipend includes: part-time work available.

Workhouse Arts Center Ceramics Program

Contact: Dale Marhanka, 9504 Workhouse Way Bldg. 8, Lorton, VA 22079; dalemarhanka@workhousearts.org; www.workhousearts.org; 703-584-2982.

Workhouse Ceramics Residency
Duration: 1–3 years. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: BFA, MFA. Residency fees: $365. Fee includes: private studio, access to equipment and facilities. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 18 hours/week in the studio and gallery; teaching, assistantship, exhibition, and sales opportunities.

Washington

Pottery Northwest

Contact: Pottery Northwest, 226 First Ave. N, Seattle, WA 98109; info@potterynorthwest.org; www.potterynorthwest.org; 206-285-4421.

Pottery Northwest Artist in Residency
Duration: 6 months–2 years. Application Deadline: April 16. Eligibility requirements: No degree requirement. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $750 in firing and materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: minimum 20 hours/week in the studio. Studio job to defray maintenance costs for the facility; generally less than one hour per week. Mandatory quarterly cleanup.

Wisconsin

James May Gallery

Contact: Kendra Bulgrin, 213 Steele St., Algoma, WI 54201; kendrabulgrin@mac.com; www.jamesmaygallery.com; 262-753-3130.

James May Gallery Intern/Resident
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 16. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: BA, BFA, or MFA. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: living space and studio. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours/week, events, curation, administrative, gallery upkeep, studio.

Wyoming

Jentel Foundation

Contact: Mary Jane Edwards, 130 Lower Piney Rd., Banner, WY 82832; jentel@jentelarts.org; www.jentelarts.org; 307-737-2311.

Jentel Artist Residency Program
Duration: 1 month. Application Deadline: January 15, September 15. Application fee: $20. Eligibility requirements: US citizen or international artist residing in the US.

Canada

Harbourfont Centre: Craft and Design

Contact: Melanie Egan, 235 Queens Quay W., Toronto, ON, M5J 2G8; rmegan@harbourfrontcentre.com; www.harbourfrontcentre.com/craft; 416-973-4963.

Harbourfront Centre Craft and Design Artist-in-Residence
Duration: 3 months–1 year. Application Deadline: March 8. Application Fee: $25. Residency fees: $85/month. Fee includes: studio, equipment, shelf/storage space, firing costs. Scholarships covering residency fee available. Opportunities and responsibilities: maintenance, kiln firing, work 3 days/week in studio, exhibition, sales, mentorship, teaching.

London Clay Art Centre

Contact: Cheryl Radford, 664 Dundas St., London, ON, N5W 2Y8; admin@londonpottersguild.org; www.londonclayartcentre.org; 519-434-1664.

Artist in Residence
Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: ongoing. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: ceramics graduate. No residency fee. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio maintenance, teaching classes and workshops, interact with members, exhibition.

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity

Contact: Cecelia Leddy, Box 1020, 107 Tunnel Mountain Dr, Vinci Stn. 45, Banff, Alberta T1L 1H5; cecelia_leddy@banffcentre.ca; www.banffcentre.ca/programs/banff-artist-residence-summer-2019/20190722; 403-762-6383.

Banff Artist in Residence Late Spring 2019
Duration: June 3–July 5. Application Deadline: February 6. Application fee: $65. See website for eligibility, financial aid, and fees. Accommodation, meals, studio/facilities, box office discounts, gym membership, library access, participant resources, etc. Stipend: no.

Banff Artist in Residence Summer 2019
Duration: July 22–August 23. Application Deadline: March 6. Application fee: $65. See website for eligibility, financial aid, and fees. Accommodation, meals, studio/facilities, box office discounts, gym membership, library access, participant resources, etc. Stipend: no.

Colombia

Campos de Gutiérrez

Contact: Andres Monzon, Calle 65 No. 48-87, Medelin, Antioquia 050012; maati@camposdegutierrez.org; http://camposdegutierrez.org; (+57) 3104430408.

Campos de Gutierrez Residency
Duration: 6–8 weeks. Application Deadline: February 15. Eligibility requirements: emerging through established artists Residency fees: $1500–$1700 USD. Fee includes: room and board, studio and storage space, orientation, exhibition and other benefits. Stipend: yes. Varies depending on country of residency and bilingual proficiency in English and Spanish. Opportunities and responsibilities: Care of the studio facilities and equipment. Work exchange (teaching and assistantships), talks, critiques.

Denmark

Tolne Gjaestgivergaard

Contact: Gregory Hamilton Miller, Kirkevej 300, Tolne, Sindal, 9870; tolneggg@gmail.com; www.tolneggg.com; +45 40475320.

Spring/Fall Artist in Residency
Duration: 4 weeks. Application Deadline: February 1/August 1. Eligibility requirements: MFA or equivalent. No residency fee. Residency includes: double room, meals, workspace. Stipend: possible. Stipend includes: materials and firing. Opportunities and responsibilities: workshops, lectures, teaching, school projects.

Guldagergaard International Ceramic Residency Centre

Contact: GICRC, Heilmannsvej 31A, Skælskor, DK-4230; ceramic@ceramic.dk; www.ceramic.dk; 455-819-0016.

Summer School: Atmospheric Firings
Duration: 1 month: July 1–31. Application Deadline: January 2. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: open to current students or 2019 graduates. Residency fees: $1288 USD/month ($8500 DKK). Fee includes: accommodation, studio space, workshops and demonstrations, one on one support, firing and materials budget, access to the studio collection. Stipend: no.

Summer School: New Technologies and Design Processes
Duration: 1 Month: August 1–31. Application Deadline: January 2. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: current students or recent 2019 graduates. Residency fees: $1288 USD/month ($8500 DKK). Fee includes: accommodation, studio space, workshops and demonstrations, one on one support, firing and materials budget, access to the studio collection. Stipend: no.

YAIR (Young Artist in Residence)
Duration: 3–12 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: applications are open to recent graduates and emerging artists. No residency fee. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: accommodation, studio space, materials and firings budget. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 20 hours/week, small-scale production skills, firing electric, gas and wood kilns, assisting workshops, studio maintenance, research projects, exhibition, article.

WFYAIR Symposium
Duration: 5 weeks: August 19–September 22. Application Deadline: February 1. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: recent graduates/emerging artists focused on wood firing. Residency fees: $1288 USD/month ($8500 DKK). Fee includes: accommodation, studio space, firing and materials budget, exhibition, photography and catalog. Stipend: no.

France

A.I.R. Vallauris and Galerie Aqui Siam Ben

Contact: Dale Dorosh, Place Lisnard, 1 Boulevard des Deux Vallons, Vallauris, Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur 06220; info@air-vallauris.com; www.air-vallauris.com;
+33 061-658-3956.

Standard Residency
Duration: 1 month. Application Deadline: Last day of each month. Eligibility requirements: worked independently for two years. Residency fees: $2900 USD (2500 Euros). Fee includes: lodging, 24/7 studio space, exhibition. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibitions, demonstrations, gallery sales, workshops.

Atelier Tremplin—for Recent Graduates
Duration: 3 months. Application Deadline: Last day of each month. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: recent graduate of art and ceramic institutions. Residency fees: $7000 USD (6000 Euros)/3 months. Fee includes: lodging, 24/7 studio space, exhibition. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibitions, demonstrations, gallery sales, workshops.

NCECA/A.I.R Vallauris International Residency Award
Duration: 1 month. Application Deadline: January 16. Eligibility requirements: NCECA member. Residency fees: $1407 USD (1250 Euros). Fee includes: lodging, 24/7 studio space, exhibition. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: NCECA/A.I.R. Vallauris support of approximately $5500 USD. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibitions, demonstrations, gallery sales, workshops.

International Artists Residency Exchange

Contact: Lauren Kearns, 115 Boulevard Rémi Belleau, Saint-Raphaël, Var 83700; iare.kearns@gmail.com; https://internationalartistsresidencyexchange.com/index.php; 076-970-2794.

Artist in Residence
Duration: 1 week–3 months. Application Deadline: on going. No application fee. Eligibility requirements: statement of intent and pictures of artwork. Residency fees: $375 for 1 week to $1105 monthly for 3 months. Fee includes: space to work, equipment, some materials. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio maintenance, exhibitions, installations, teaching, assisting workshops.

Germany

Zentrum für Keramik–Berlin

Contact: Thomas Hirschler, Pestalozzistr. 18, Berlin, 13187; mail@ceramics-berlin.de; www.ceramics-berlin.de; 0049-0-30 89560280.

Zentrum für Keramik–Berlin
Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Residency fees: $900. Fee includes: studio space, bedroom, kitchen. Residents can bring a partner. Stipend: no.

Greece

The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts

Contact: Gloria Carr, PO Box 56, Skopelos, Magnesias 37003; info@skopart.org; www.skopartfoundation.org; 242-402-4143.

Artist-in-Residency on the Greek Island of Skopelos
Duration: 2 weeks–2 months. Application Deadline: rolling. Application fee: $200. Eligibility requirements: early to late career artists. Residency fees: $650 plus housing. Fee includes: some supplies and rental of the space. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: interact with the local community.

Hungary

International Ceramics Studio

Contact: Steve Mattison, Kápolna u.11, Kecskemét, Bacs-Kiskun H-6000; icshu@me.com; www.icshu.org; 36 20 223 7152.

Artist-In-Residence
Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. No application fee. Residency fees: approximately $1200 per month. Fee includes: accommodations, studio space, and use of facilities. Stipend: no.

Indonesia

Gaya Ceramic Arts Center

Contact: Hillary Kane, Director, Jalan Raya Sayan 15, Ubud, Bali 80571; gayacac@gayaceramic.com; http://gayaceramic.com/resident-artist-program; +623618989515.

Gaya Ceramic Art Center Resident Artist Program
Duration: 2 months (can be shortened). Application Deadline: August 31. Eligibility requirements: professional ceramic artists. No fee for studio, materials, firings (accommodation and living expenses are not included). Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: slide presentation (open to the public); donation of one finished work for archive collection, final gallery exhibition (optional).

Italy

c.r.e.t.a. rome

Contact: Lori-Ann Touchette and Paolo Porelli, via dei Delfini 17, Rome, 00186; cretarome@gmail.com; www.cretarome.com; +393478024581.

2020 Artist(s) Invites Artists for International Artists in Rome, Italy
Duration: 4–6 weeks, dates to be determined. Application Deadline: February 15. No fee. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent studio experience. Residency fees: variable. Fee includes: shared studio, shared accommodation, technical assistance for materials, firings, organization and promotion. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: artist talk, exhibition.

Fall 2019/Spring 2020 Residency for International artists in the countryside of Rome
Duration: 5 weeks, Fall 2019: September 11–October 15, October 16–November 19, November 20–December 17 (4 weeks); Spring 2020: March 19–April 22, April 23–May 27. Application Deadline: June 15 (fall); October 1 (spring). Eligibility requirements: BFA/equivalent studio experience Residency fees: $600 per week. Fee includes: semi-private equipped studio, shared housing (private room), technical assistance. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: organization and promotion of final group show, donation of one piece (optional).

Summer 2019 Residency for International Artists in the Historical Center of Rome
Duration: 4 weeks: May 29–June 25, June 26–July 23, July 24–August 20. Application Deadline: February 15. Eligibility requirements: BFA/equivalent studio experience. Residency fees: $624/week. Fee includes: semi-private equipped studio, shared housing (private room), technical assistance. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: organization and promotion of final group show, donation of one piece (optional).

Japan

Kitamura Plants and Pottery Inc.

Contact: Naomi Kitamura, 620-1 Kamiotsuki, Hadano, Kanagawa, 257-0005; naomi.t.kitamura@gmail.com; www.tsugumi-hananoeki.jp; 803-210-1191.

2.5-Week Pottery Retreat in Japan
Duration: 2.5 weeks. Application Deadline: rolling. Application fee: $176 USD. Eligibility requirements: must be able to work independently in the studio. Residency fees: $800 USD. Fee includes: 24-hour shared studio access, room (shared bathroom), basic materials and tools, 1 bisque and glaze firing (13kW electric kiln). Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: access to the conjoining flower shop, Japanese pottery town and sightseeing tours with guides (separate fees), basic Japanese language lessons, referrals to Japanese potters and related organizations.

Mexico

Arquetopia Foundation and International Artist Residency (Mexico and Peru)

Contact: Christopher Davis, Co-Executive Director, 15 Poniente 715, Centro Histórico, PUEBLA, 72000; info@arquetopia.org; www.arquetopia.org; +52 222 594 77 28.

Pre-Columbian Ceramics Instructional Residency
Duration: 5 weeks; residency dates nominated by the artist. Application Deadline: see website: www.arquetopia.org/pre-columbian-ceramics-residency. Eligibility requirements: emerging and mid-career, national and international artists at least 20 years of age. Residency fees: $637 per week, partial fee waivers offered. Fee includes: 27 hours of instruction, private lodging, meals, utilities, wi-fi, housekeeping, staff research assistance, project guidance and critique, studio space, ceramic materials and supplies. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: actively engage in critical discussions and cultural exchange.

Mexican Ceramics Artist Residency (Self-Directed)
Duration: 6–12 weeks. Application Deadline: www.arquetopia.org/mexican-ceramics-residency. Eligibility requirements: emerging and mid-career, national and international artists at least 20 years of age. Residency fees: $595 per week, partial fee waivers offered. Fee includes: private lodging, meals, utilities, wi-fi, housekeeping,  staff research assistance, project guidance and critique, studio space, ceramic materials and supplies. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: actively engage in critical discussions and cultural exchange.

P.R. China

The Pottery Workshop, Jingdezhen

Contact: Po-Wen Liu, Director, 139 Xinchang Dong Lu, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi Province 333001; (860798) 844 0582; residencyjdz@potteryworkshop.com.cnwww.potteryworkshop.com.cn.

International Residency Program in Jingdezhen, China
Duration: 4–12 weeks. Application Deadline: ongoing; 8 weeks before proposed residency. Residency fees: $400 USD ($2800 RMB) per week; $400 USD ($2800 RMB) deposit. Fee includes: studio space,facilities, translators, lodging, and meals. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 24-hour access to our residency studio, studio space and communal studio access, well-lit air conditioned or heated facilities, shared studio translators and coordinators, private bedroom with shared bath, fresh lunches and dinners served Monday–Friday, free wireless broadband internet.

Jingdezhen Sanbao Ceramic Art Institute

Contact: Wendy Li, PO Box 1000, Jingdezhen City, Jiangxi Province 333001; sanbaoceramic@hotmail.com; 0-86-0798-8496513; https://chinaclayart.com/international-residency-2.

International Residency Program
Duration: 4–12 weeks. Application Deadline: 8 weeks before proposed residency. Residency fees: $390 USD ($2400 RMB) per week; $325 USD ($2000 RMB) deposit. Fee includes: studio space, lodging, and meals.

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