Residencies and Fellowships: 2015

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Alaska

U.S. Forest Service

Contact: Barbara Lydon, PO Box 129, Girdwood, AK 99587; blydon@fs.fed.us; www.voicesofthewilderness.blogspot.com; 907-754-2318.

Voices of the Wilderness

Alaskan Artist Residency

Duration: June–August. Application Deadline: March 1. Residency fees: vary. Fee includes: Residency food and gear is provided. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: assist with light ranger duties, donate one piece of artwork.

California

Mendocino Art Center

Contact: Mike McDonald, PO Box 765, Mendocino, CA 95460; marketing@mendocinoartcenter.org; www.mendocinoartcenter.org; 800-
653-3328.

Artist in Residence

Duration: September–May. Application Deadline: April 12. 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, gallery, 10 hours a week work exchange.

Richard Carter Studio

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

Residency

Duration: determined by each resident’s individual needs. Application Deadline: ongoing. Residency fees: $500. Fee includes: studio rent, firing and material costs; limited onsite housing available. Opportunities and responsibilities: access to anagama, 3 chamber noborigama, gas, electric, glaze, soda, and salt kilns.

Sonoma Community Center

Contact: Liz Treacy, 276 E. Napa St., Sonoma, CA 95476; liz@sonomacommunitycenter.org; www.sonomacommunitycenter.org; 707-938-4626.

Artist in Residency Program

Duration: July–December. Application Deadline: May 1. Application Fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: Open to all ceramic artists living within the US. Fee includes: lodging, studio space. Stipend:
no. Opportunities and responsibilities:
paid teaching, 12–15 hours per week
studio assistance, solo exhibition with
sales opportunities.

Colorado

Carbondale Clay Center

Contact: Jill Oberman, 135 Main St., Carbondale, CO 81623; jill@carbondaleclay.org; www.carbondaleclay.org; 970-963-2529.

Resident Artist Studio Technician

Duration: September 1, 2015–August 31, 2016; with the potential to renew for a second year. Application Deadline: April 9. Application Fee: $20. Eligibility requirements: MFA or equivalent in ceramics. Residency fees: firing fees and materials. Fee includes: 24-hour studio access, semi-private studio. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: $15/hour for 20 hours of work/week, 8 hours per month of volunteer service; studio management, studio maintenance, gallery assistance; teaching and outreach program opportunities available, one solo exhibition.

CCC Artist Residency Program

Duration: September 1, 2015–August 31, 2016. Application Deadline: April 9. Application fee: $20. Residency fees: $145 per month. Fee includes: studio rental; work trade in exchange for fees available. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 8 hours per month of volunteer service; teaching and outreach program opportunities available. One solo exhibition.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Contact: Brooke Serson, PO Box 5598, Snowmass Village, CO 81615; bserson@andersonranch.org; www.andersonranch.org; 970-923-3181.

Artist-In-Residence

Duration: 10 weeks; October–December; February–April. Application Deadline: February 15. Application Fee: $60. Eligibility requirements: Emerging or established artists. Residency fees: $1500. Fee includes: housing, studio space, and meals. Stipend: no.

Connecticut

Creamery Gallery, Canton Clay Works llc.

Contact: Tim Scull, 150 Cherry Brook Rd., Canton, CT 06019; cantonclayworks@yahoo.com; www.cantonclayworks.com; 860-693-1000.

Residency

Duration: 1 year minimum. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: MFA or equivalent in ceramics. Fee includes: studio space, firing, solo exhibition, and teaching opportunities. Opportunities and responsibilities: maintenance of studio and wood kilns, 10–15 hours per week.

Delaware

Winterthur

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

Research Fellowship Program

Duration: 1–12 months. Application Deadline: January, 2015. Fellowships include 4–9 month NEH fellowships, 1–2 semester dissertation fellowships, and short-term fellowships. Fee includes: full access to the library collections, including more than 87,000 volumes and one-half million manuscripts and images. Stipend: yes.

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: TBA. Eligibility requirements: PhD candidates, postdocs, and senior scholars, or equivalent professional experience and publication history. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $32,700 for pre-doctoral and $4000 per month for up to 8 months for postdoctoral, plus research and travel allowances for both. Opportunities and responsibilities: residential; dissertation or independent research.

Florida

Armory Art Center

Contact: Kati Erickson, 1700 Parker Ave., West Palm Beach, FL 33401; 561-832-1776; talya.lerman@armoryart.org; www.armoryart.org.

Ceramics Residency

Duration: 8 months; September 1–May 1. Application Deadline: April 12. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: monthly payment. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week on premises, community outreach, studio monitoring, workshop assistance, contribution of a piece; gallery exhibition and teaching opportunities.

Morean Center for Clay

Contact: Matt Schiemann, 420 22nd St. S, St. Petersburg, FL 33712; matthewschiemann@gmail.com; www.moreanartscenter.org; 727-896-2529.

Artist Residency

Duration: 1 year; optional additional year. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $20. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent and a working knowledge of historical and contemporary ceramics. Fee includes: studio space and 24-hour access to facilities. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 16 hours of work per week handling sales, loading and firing kilns, glaze room maintenance, wood-splitting, and workshop assistance; teaching and solo exhibition opportunities.

Georgia

Hickory Flat Pottery

Contact: Cindy Angliss, 13664 Hwy 197 N., Clarkesville, GA 30523; cindy@hickoryflatpottery.com; www.hickoryflatpottery.com; 706-947-0030.

Artist-In-Residence

Duration: 1 year minimum. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: BA or equivalent experience in ceramics. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $800 per month, furnished apartment with utilities and Internet. Opportunities and responsibilities: 40 hours per week; access to facilities and gas, salt, and raku kilns.

Art Center West

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

Residency

Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: May 1, 2015. Eligibility requirements: MFA desirable, but BFA or equivalent experience will be equally considered. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio maintenance: 10 hours per week includes housing (utilities not included), studio space and exhibition opportunities. Teaching opportunities and part-time hours available.

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts & Sciences

Contact: Debra Sanders, PO Box 339, Rabun Gap, GA 30568; center@hambidge.org; 706-746-7324; www.hambidge.org.

Hambidge Residency Program

Duration: 2–6 weeks. Application Deadline: January 15; April 15; and September 15. Application fee: $30. Residency fees: $200 per week. Fee includes: studio equipped with small kitchen, sleeping area, and bathroom; access to fully equipped ceramics studio. Stipend: no.

Illinois

Terra Incognito Studios
and Gallery

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

Resident/Intern

Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: May 15. Eligibility requirements: BA or BFA recommended. Fee includes: 24-hour building access and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 15 hours per week maintaining classrooms, mixing glazes, loading and firing kilns, and reclaiming clay; professional mentoring, teaching and group exhibition opportunities.

Iowa

The Ceramics Center

Contact: Ben Jensen, 329 10th Ave. SE, Ste. 117, Cedar Rapids, IA 52401; info@theceramicscenter.org; www.theceramicscenter.org; 319-365-9644.

Artist Residency

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: May 30. Application fee: none. Eligibility requirements: BA, BFA, MA, or MFA. Residency fees: none. Stipend: yes.
Stipend includes: allowance and kiln firings, studio space, 24-hour access, materials at reduced cost.

Kansas

Lawrence Arts Center

Contact: Laurie McLane-Higginson, 940 New Hampshire St., Lawrence, KS 66044; laurie@lawrenceartscenter.org; www.lawrenceartscenter.org; 785-843-2787.

Artist-in-Residence-Ceramics

Duration: August 1, 2015–July 31, 2016. Application Deadline: April 15, 2015. Application Fee: $30 Eligibility requirements: MFA; pre-professional artists. Residency fees: none. Includes: housing, studio
space, firings, and access to visual arts studios. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1000 per month. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching, provide 15 hours per week studio maintenance, arts education program; solo exhibition, teaching, and
sales opportunities.

Kansas State Univ. Dept. of Art

Contact: Amy Santoferraro, 111 Willard Hall, Manhattan, KS 66506; amysanto@ksu.edu; http://art.ksu.edu; 785-532-6033.

K-State Ceramics Residency

Duration: 1 year, may be invited to stay for 2nd year. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: MFA. Fee includes: private studio. Teaching opportunities may become available but are not guaranteed. Exhibition opportunities on and off campus. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hours per week work exchange, clay and glaze materials and firings; participation in graduate critiques.

The Wichita Center for the Arts

Contact: Molly McKernan, 9112 E. Central, Wichita, KS 67206; school@wcfta.com; www.wcfta.com/index.html; 316-634-2787.

Artist in Residency Program

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: May 1. Eligibility requirements: a working knowledge of the ceramics; BA or MFA encouraged. Includes: materials and firings; studio space with 24-hour access. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: solo exhibition.

Maine

Haystack Mountain School
of Crafts

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

Technical Assistant Scholarship

Duration: 1–2 weeks. Application Deadline: March 1. Eligibility requirements: graduate degree or equivalent. Residency fees: application fee, material costs, travel. Fee includes: tuition, room and board. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: assisting around school campus.

Work Study Scholarship

Duration: 1–2 weeks. Application Deadline: March 1. Application Fee: $35. Eligibility requirements: minority artists showing high promise in their field who have a stated financial need. Fee includes: tuition, room and board. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: assisting around campus.

Minority Scholarship

Duration: 1–2 weeks. Application Deadline: March 1. Eligibility requirements: minority artists who show high promise in their field and have stated financial need. Fee includes: tuition, room and board. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: assisting around campus.

Open Studio Residency

Duration: 2 weeks. Application Deadline: March 1. Application Fee: $35. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: interdisciplinary residency opportunities.

Watershed Center for the Ceramic Arts

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

Summer Residency

Duration: 2–3 weeks. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application fee: varies. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: $825; $650–1750 room and board fee. Fee includes: 24-hour studio access, room and board. Stipend: no. Exhibition opportunities.

Fall Residency

Duration: 6 weeks; early September–mid October. Application Deadline: May 1. Application fee: varies. Eligibility requirements: working knowledge of clay and ceramic equipment. Residency fees: $1200. Fee includes: 24-hour access to studio and kilns, clay, private room with shared bath, and kitchen access available for $775–$1200. Stipend: no.

Salad Days Artist Residency

Duration: 4–6 months. Application Deadline: TBA. Application fee: varies. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Includes: private room and board, 24-hour studio access, clay, glazes, and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: produce 500 ceramic plates from Watershed earthenware clay to be used during annual fundraiser; exhibition opportunities.

Maryland

Baltimore Clayworks

Contact: Jim Dugan, 5706 Smith Ave., Baltimore, MD 21209; jim.dugan@baltimoreclayworks.org; www.baltimoreclayworks.org; 410-578-1919.

Lormina Salter Fellowship

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Fee includes: studio space, use of kilns and equipment. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $100 per month materials/firing stipend and studio rent stipend. Opportunities and responsibilities: solo exhibition, teaching, gallery sales and special event opportunities.

Resident Artist

Duration: up to 3 years with option to apply for 2 additional years. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: $185 per month. Fee includes: private studio space and use of equipment. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: spend a minimum of 24-hours per week in studio, gallery sales, teaching, and special event opportunities.

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.

Springboard

Duration: ongoing. Application Deadline: none. Application Fee: none. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists at any skill level. Residency fees: $150 per month. Fee includes: studio, 24-hour access to equipment and facilities. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work study, internships, and volunteer opportunities are available.

Summer, Short- and Long-Term Volunteer Internship

Duration: 3–12 months. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Fee includes: mentoring, ceramics classes, and shared studio space. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: volunteer 20 hours per week; college credit opportunities.

Margie and Tom Pozefsky Fellowship

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: clay artist. Fee includes: 24-hour access private studio, use of kilns and equipment, mentor. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: Studio, materials/firing and living stipend, travel stipend, mentor. Opportunities and responsibilities: spend a minimum of 24 hours per week in studio, gallery sales, teaching, and special event opportunities.

Massachusetts

Emmanuel College

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

Emmanuel College Artist Residency

Duration: 8 weeks. Application Deadline: February 1. Application fee: none. Residency fees: none. Includes: housing. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $2000 for travel and residency costs. Opportunities and responsibilities: give demonstration/lecture and donate one piece at the end
of residency.

Noble and Greenough School

Contact: John Dorsey, 10 Campus Dr., Dedham, MA 02026; John_Dorsey@nobles.edu; http://www.nobles.edu/arts/Artist-in-Residency-Program.cfm; 781-320-7220.

Artist-in Residence

Duration: 2 months. Application Deadline: February 13. Application Fee: $25. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $2500, room and board, materials budget. Opportunities and responsibilities:  access to studio space within the visual arts department, exhibition.

Mudflat Pottery School
and Studios

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

Residency

Duration: 1 year, beginning September 1. Application Deadline: April 16. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent studio experience. Fee includes: 24-hour access, private studio, teaching opportunities and sales. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $50 per month toward materials and firing costs. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hours per week technical work, 2 public presentations, solo exhibition; teaching and sales opportunities.

Truro Center for the Arts Castle Hill

Contact: Brian Taylor, PO Box 756, Truro, MA 02666; brian@castlehill.org; www.castlehill.org; 508-349-7511.

Artist-In-Residence

Duration: 3 months. Application Deadline: November 19. Residency fees: $400 per month. Fee includes: housing and shared/private studio space. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition at the end of residency.

Worcester Center for Crafts

Contact: Tom O’Malley, 25 Sagamore Rd., Worcester, MA 01605; tomalley1@worcester.edu; www.worcestercraftcenter.org; 508-753-8181 ext.3014.

Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 10 months, September–June, with option to reapply for second year. Application Deadline: April 15, 2015. Application Fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: pre-professional craft artists. Residency fees: waived in exchange for teaching one class per week or equivalent work in support of studio operations. Fee includes: studio space, 24-hour access to studio and facilities. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: work in the studio a minimum of 25 hours per week, volunteer studio technical support, exhibition, sales, mentoring, and teaching opportunities.

Michigan

Khnemu Studio on
Fernwood Farm

Contact: Dawn Soltysiak, 6322 113th Ave., Fennville, MI 49408; dawn@khnemustudio.com; www.khnemustudio.com; 269-236-9260.

Pottery and Farm Intern/Residency

Duration: 6 months. Application Deadline: March 31. Eligibility requirements:
Applicant must be proficient in throwing and knowledgeable about ceramics. Applicants must be self motivated, great attitude, and able to work with a variety of people on a variety of tasks. Fee includes: housing. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: 40 hours per week; 16 studio, 16 gallery/coffee house, 8 miscellaneous; including sustainable farming.

Glen Arbor Art Association

Contact: Sarah Bearup-Neal, PO Box 305, Glen Arbor, MI 49636; info@glenarborart.org; www.glenarborart.org; 231-334-6112.

Artist-In-Residence

Duration: 2 weeks. Application Deadline: February 11. Application Fee: $20. Eligibility requirements: Residencies are open to artists working with serious, professional intent. Residencies are considered in writing, visual arts, photography, sculpture, fiber arts, ceramics, music, philosophy and creative research. Please review the prospectus on the GAAA website. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: The Glen Arbor Art Association (GAAA) offers seven residencies for artist each year.

Ox-Bow School of Art

Contact: Ruth Baratta, 36 South Wabash Ave., 12th Fl., Chicago, IL 60603; oxbow@saic.edu; www.ox-bow.org; 800-318-3019 or 312-629-6164.

The Leroy Neiman
Fellowship Program

Duration: 13 weeks; May 31–August 29. Application Deadline: February 23. Application fee: none. Eligibility requirements: undergraduate or graduate degree seeking student. Residency fees: none. Fee includes: studio space, room and board. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week, 10 hours per week in the studio and attend weekly slide lectures; studio visits with visiting artists, opportunities to audit courses and exhibitions.

Fall Artists’ Residency

Duration: 2–5 weeks; September 6–October 10. Application Deadline: May 15. Application fee: none. Eligibility requirements: artists not currently enrolled in a graduate or undergraduate program. Residency fees: $250 per week. Fee includes: studio space, housing, and meals. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: 24-hour access to the ceramics studio including electric and gas kilns, wheels, glaze room with studio technician to facilitate projects. Opportunities and responsibilities: 24-hour studio access.

Minnesota

Northern Clay Center

Contact: Dustin Yager, 2424 Franklin Ave. E, Minneapolis, MN 55406; dustinyager@northernclaycenter.org; www.northernclaycenter.org; 612-339-8007.

Fogelberg Studio Fellowship

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 24. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists who have completed formal undergraduate academic training, not currently enrolled in a degree-granting institution. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: shared studio space, materials, and firing allowance. Opportunities and responsibilities: create 100 vessels for annual fundraiser; co-teaching outreach programs; exhibition opportunities.

Jerome Ceramic Artist Project Grants

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: February 20. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists who have completed formal undergraduate academic training, not currently enrolled in a degree-granting institution; six months of residency in MN required. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $6000 grant. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunity.

Anonymous Potter Studio Fellowship

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 24. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists who have completed formal undergraduate academic training, not currently enrolled in a degree-granting institution. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: shared studio space, materials, and firing allowance. Exhibition opportunities.

McKnight Artist Residencies for Ceramic Artists

Duration: 3 months. Application Deadline: April 24. Eligibility requirements: mid-career ceramic artists residing outside MN, who have completed formal academic training and are not currently enrolled in classes. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $6000, studio space, plus glaze and firing allowance. Opportunities and responsibilities: lecture participation, exhibition, and workshop opportunities.

McKnight Artist Fellowships for Ceramic Artists

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 24. Eligibility requirements: mid-career ceramic artists residing in MN. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $25,000 annually. Opportunities and responsibilities: workshop participation; exhibition opportunities.

Warren MacKenzie
Advancement Award

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 24. Eligibility requirements: Ceramic artists who are currently pursuing an undergraduate or graduate degree in ceramics at an accredited US institution or who have completed such a degree or equivalent (including apprenticeships) within the last year in ceramics. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $4000 for projects taking place between May 1, 2015 and April 30, 2016. Opportunities and responsibilities: Online updates, and an artist talk.

Mississippi

Natchez Clay

Contact: Donna Jones, 101 Clifton Ave., Natchez, MS 39120; natchezclay@gmail.com; www.natchezclay.com; 601-807-9797.

Resident Artist

Duration: 2 years. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: 2 years of ceramic studies, ceramics undergraduate degree preferred. Fee includes: private studio space, clay and glaze materials, firing allowance, and workshop participation. Small payment for teaching classes. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio cleanup, teaching, clay reclaim, and kiln firing.

Missouri

Red Star Studios

Contact: Tommy Frank, 2011 Tracy Ave., Kansas City, MO 64108; tfrank@redstarstudios.org; www.redstarstudios.org; 816-474-7316.

Foundation Artist in Residence

Duration: 1 year with renewal option. Application Deadline: April 15. No fees. Eligibility requirements: recently completed undergraduate or graduate degree. Semi-private studio space. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching, outreach, exhibition, and mentoring opportunities.

Career Artist in Residence

Duration: 2-3 years. Application Deadline: April 15. No fees. Eligibility requirements: five years experience as a professional artist. Waived private studio rental fees. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching, outreach and mentoring responsibilities, donation of a piece to the collection; exhibition and sales opportunities.

Fellowship Artist in Residence

Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: April 15. No fees. Eligibility requirements: five years of experience
as a professional artist. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: monthly stipend, private studio space, materials, and firings.
Opportunities and responsibilities: community interaction, donation of a
piece to the collection; exhibition and mentoring opportunities.

Craft Alliance Center
of Art + Design

Contact: Stefanie Kirkland, 501 N. Grand Blvd., St. Louis, MO 63103; exhibitions@craftalliance.org; www.craftalliance.org; 314-534-7528.

Craft Alliance Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 6 or 12 months. Application Deadline: February 1. Application Fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: Artist must work in fiber, clay, small metals, or wood turning. Residency fees: none. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: minimum 20 hours per week in studio, 5 hours per week studio maintenance; exhibition and sales opportunities.

Montana

Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts

Contact: Steven Young Lee, Resident Artist Director, 2915 Country Club Ave., Helena, MT 59602; steve@archiebray.org; www.archiebray.org; 406-443-3502.

Lilian Fellowship, Lincoln Fellowship, Matsutani Fellowship, MJD Fellowship, Speyer Fellowship, Taunt Fellowship or 3 Wingate Fellowships

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: March 1. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: $35. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $5000 fellowship, semi-private studio space with 24-hour access, and access to firing facilities and equipment. Opportunities and responsibilities: 4 hours per week work, donation of one piece to the permanent collection, teaching, exhibition, and sales opportunities.

Short-Term Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 1–3 months. Application Deadline: March 1. Application Fee: $35 Fee includes: studio space, shared equipment and kilns. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $750 stipend, semi-private studio space with 24-hour access, and access to
firing facilities and equipment. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 4 hours per week, donation of one piece to the permanent collection; 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.

Long-Term Residency

Duration: 1 year with possibility to extend 1 additional year. Application Deadline: April 2. Application Fee: $28. Eligibility requirements: BFA or portfolio of equivalent quality work. Fee includes: semi-private studio space. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hour per week studio duties. Opportunities include teaching, lectures and exhibitions.

Wood Fire Resident Artist

Duration: 1 year with possibility to extend 1 additional year. Application Deadline: April 2. Application Fee: $28. Eligibility requirements: BFA, or equivalent quality portfolio. Wood firing experience. Fee includes: semi-private studio space, access to anagama kiln. Residents responsible for own materials, supplies, living expenses. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hour per week studio duties, organizing and leading wood firings, teaching wood-fire class. Opportunities include teaching, lectures, and exhibitions.

Short-Term Residency

Duration: flexible 1–6 months. Application Deadline: April 2. Application Fee: $28. Eligibility requirements: BFA or MFA, recent graduate, or high quality portfolio. Fee includes: semi-private space. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 5 hour per week studio duties. Opportunities include teaching, lectures, and exhibitions.

Red Lodge Clay Center

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

Short-Term Residency

Duration: 2–8 weeks. Application Deadline: May 1, 2015. Application Fee: $40. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artist. Residency fees: $550 per month. Fee includes: studio space and 24-hour access to the studio. Fully furnished lodging is available for $550.00 per month or a prorated basis congruent with the scheduled residency. Stipend: no.

Long-Term Residency

Duration: 11½ months, September 1–August 15. Application Deadline: February 1, 2015. Application Fee: $40. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists transitioning from post-baccalaureate studies to graduate school or pursuing the development of professional artistic careers. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: studio space, housing, utilities, and a monthly stipend. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week, gallery assistance, teach community classes, and studio/gallery cleaning and maintenance.

Do Good MJ Wood Memorial Short Term Residency

Duration: 2–4 weeks. Application Deadline: September 2, 2015. Application Fee: $10. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists who wish to develop a body of work with a socially-conscious spirit and a strong sense of community engagement. Stipend: yes.

Additional stipend may be available to assist with travel and/or production costs.

Nebraska

Art Farm

Contact: Ed Dadey, 1306 W. 21 Rd., Marquette, NE 68854-2112; af@artfarmnebraska.org; www.artfarmnebraska.org; 402-854-3120.

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 residents’ costs for material and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 12 hours per week to help renovate and maintain the buildings and grounds.

LUX Center for the Arts

Contact: Aileen Wiles, 2601 N. 48th St., Lincoln, NE 68504; 402-466-8692; edintern@luxcenter.org; www.luxcenter.org.

LUX Artist-in-Residence Program

Duration: 6 months–2 years. Application Deadline: December 10. Application fee: $15. Eligibility requirements: MFA preferred; teaching experience required. Includes: studio space, firings, and materials. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio management and maintenance; solo exhibition, and teaching opportunities.

Nevada

Clay Arts Vegas

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

Artist in Residence

Duration: 6 months–1 year. Application Deadline: January 4, 2015. Application Fee: $15. Residency fees: $250 refundable security deposit; membership fee of $65. Fee includes: semi-private storage, use of kilns; some firings, use of facilities, discounted clay, teaching opportunities, exhibition and sales opportunities, representation at events. Residents share common housekeeping work and contribute time to Clay Arts Vegas. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: teach three 3-hour class, work all first Friday gallery openings, assist guest artists, studio work and maintenance, teach a workshop, donate a piece to the permanent collection.

New Hampshire

Studio 550 Community
Art Center

Contact: Monica Leap, 550 Elm St., Manchester, NH 03101; info@550arts.com; www.550arts.com/programs/artist-residency/; 603-232-5597.

Short-term Artist Residency

Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application fee: $20. Residency fees: $215 per month. Fee includes: private studio space, 24-hour access, use of electric and gas kilns, raw materials, and glaze mixing room. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition and teaching opportunities.

Artist Residency

Duration: 9–12 months; with option to renew. Application Deadline: April 21–May 31. Eligibility requirements: BFA or MFA preferred. Residency fees: $115 per month; one assistantship position available for full exchange of residency fees. Fees Include: private studio space and access to equipment. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio managing, teaching, exhibition, and gallery curating opportunities.

MacDowell Colony

Contact: Courtney Bethel, Admissions Director, 100 High St., Peterborough, NH 03458; admissions@macdowellcolony.org; www.macdowellcolony.org; 603-924-3886.

MacDowell Colony Residency

Duration: 2–8 weeks. Application Deadline: January 15, April 15, September 15. Application Fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: professional artists. Students are not eligible to apply. Fee includes: lodging, private studio space and meals. Stipend includes: travel awards and financial aid. Opportunities and responsibilities: artists are required to bring their own materials with them.

New Mexico

Taos Clay

Contact: Brandi Jessup, 1208 Paseo Del Pueblo Norte, El Prado, NM 87529; brandijessup@gmail.com; 307-272-8388; http://www.taosclay.com.

Taos Clay Residency

Duration: 6 months–1 year. Application Deadline: April 1 for summer; October 15 for winter. Application fee: $20. Eligibility requirements: BFA, studio, teaching, and gallery experience preferred. Private studio space, studio equipment insurance, clay and materials, and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: firing kilns, making clay, mixing glazes; paid teaching.

Roswell Artist-in-
Residence Program

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

Roswell Artist-in-Residence Program

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: March 15. Application fee: $25. Residency fees: none. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $800 per month stipend, private housing, utilities, and studio. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunity.

New Jersey

Peters Valley Craft Center

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

Studio Assistantship Residency

Duration: mid-May thru mid-September. Application Deadline: April 1, 2015. Eligibility requirements: knowable, self-directed ceramic artist, communicates well with others. Fee includes: housing and meals. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio; workshops; teaching assistant.

New York

Sculpture Space NYC

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

Ceramic Residency Program

Duration: 1 month to 1 year. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: artists and designers interested in exploring clay as part of their creative practice. Residency fees: $450–650 per month. Fee includes: 24-hour access. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: artist talks, workshops, exhibitions.

Rochester Folk Art Guild

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

Residency in Pottery

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: experienced studio potter. Residency fees: $500 per month for lodging and meals, financial assistance may be available. Fee includes: 24-hour access to the studio, materials, and firing space. Opportunities and responsibilities: 15 hours a week of studio work, exhibition opportunities.

Greenwich House Pottery

Contact: Adam Welch, Director, 16 Jones St., New York, NY 10014; awelch@greenwichhouse.org; www.greenwichhouse.org; 212-242-4106.

Artist in Residence

Duration: variable. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: New York Artist not currently working in ceramics. Fee includes: studio space, clay, use of stocked materials, gas and electric kiln access. Stipend: no.

10-Month Artist Residency

Duration: 10 months. Application Deadline: May 1, 2015. Eligibility requirements: US artists; BFA or MFA in ceramics encouraged; working knowledge of the ceramics required. Includes: studio space, clay, use of stocked materials, gas
and electric kiln access. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1000 firing stipend. Opportunities and responsibilities: solo exhibition opportunity.

View

Contact: Barbara Getty, PO Box 1144, Old Forge, NY 13420; bgetty@ViewArts.org; www.artscenteroldforge.org; 315-369-6411.

Artist-in-Residence Program

Duration: minimum 3 months. Application Deadline: April 1, 2015. Application Fee: $10. Eligibility requirements: US Citizen or US Permanent Resident at least 18 years of age. Ceramic BFA or MFA student or graduate preferred. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 20 hours per week in the studio, responsible for firing and materials costs. Limited housing is available.

Clay Art Center

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

Artist Residency Program

Duration: 1–2 years. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: BFA or MFA. Fee includes: private studio space. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $200 per month materials stipend. Opportunities and responsibilities: work for 10 hours per week in the studio, firing kilns; exhibition and paid teaching opportunities.

Barbara Rittenberg Fellowship

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: MFA. Fee includes: private studio space and firings. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $500 per month. Opportunities and responsibilities: active studio artist, public engagement at events; solo exhibition and paid teaching.

Firehouse Pottery

Contact: Kate Whorton, 713 Monroe Ave., Rochester, NY 14607; pottery@geneseearts.org; www.geneseearts.org; 585-271-5183.

Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: none. Eligibility requirements: BFA or MFA preferred. Fee includes: private studio space and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 15 hours per week, clay reclaim, glaze mixing, studio maintenance, and gallery assistance; exhibition, sales, and paid teaching.

Women’s Studio Workshop

Contact: Sandra Brown, PO Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472; info@wsworkshop.org; www.wsworkshop.org; 845-658-9133.

Studio Grant Residency

Duration: 6–8 weeks. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: all artists. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $2000–$3000, $700 materials budget, travel stipend, housing, and studio use.

Ceramics Internship

Duration: 3 months. Application Deadline: October 15. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $250 per month. Responsibilities: studio maintenance and assistance.

Wellsville Creative Arts Center

Contact: Jenna Curran, 124 North Main St., Wellsville, NY 14895; jenna@wellsvillecreativeartscenter.com; www.WellsvilleCreativeArtsCenter.com; 585-593-3000.

WCAC Artists in Residence

Duration: 2 months, June 15–July 31. Application Deadline: April 15. Eligibility requirements: BA or equivalent work experience. Fee includes: studio space and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio maintenance, teaching classes and workshops; exhibition and sales opportunities.

Artist in Residence

Duration: August 1, 2015–August 1, 2016. Application Deadline: May 15. Eligibility requirements: BA or equivalent work experience. Fee includes: studio space and firings. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 10 hours per week of studio maintenance, teaching classes and workshops; exhibition and sales opportunities.

North Carolina

Odyssey Center for the
Ceramic Arts

Contact: Brian McCarthy, 236 Clingman Ave., Asheville, NC 28801; odyssey@highwaterclays.com; 828-285-0210; www.odysseyceramicartsnetwork.orgm.

Resident Artist

Duration: 18–24 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application fee: none. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent. Fee includes: studio space and 24-hour studio access. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: working 8 hours per week in studio, assist with classes and workshops; exhibition opportunities.

McColl Center for
Visual Arts

Contact: Claudia Griffin, 721 N. Tryon St., Charlotte, NC 28202; cgriffin@mccollcenter.org; 704-944-8216; www.mccollcenter.org.

Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 11–12 weeks; September–November, January–March. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: emerging, mid-career, and senior level artists. Includes: 24-hour access to all studios and media lab. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: amount varies for travel and housing. Opportunities and responsibilities: community outreach; exhibition opportunities.

Carolinas Healthcare
Artist-In-Residence

Duration: September 2–November 25; January 5–March 24, 2015. Application Deadline: May 6. Eligibility requirements: artists not currently enrolled in classes. Includes: 24-hour access to all studios and media lab. Stipend: varies. Stipend includes: , travel allowance, and housing. Opportunities and responsibilities: create collaborative project with Carolinas HealthCare; exhibition opportunities.

Unc Charlotte
Artist-In-Residence

Duration: January 5–March 24, 2015. Application Deadline: May 6. Eligibility requirements: artists not currently enrolled in classes. Includes: 24-hour access to all studios and media lab. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: varied allowances, and housing.

Penland School of Crafts

Contact: Sheila Sweetser, PO Box 37, Penland, NC 28765; office2@penland.org; www.penland.org; 828-265-2359 ext 101.

Winter Artist-In-Residence

Duration: 3 years. Application Deadline: November 1. Application fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: self-supporting, full-time artist at transitional point in career. Residency fees: $180 per week studio fee; $64–$188 for housing. Opportunities and responsibilities: take part in open house and auction.

Pocosin Arts

Contact: Joshua Craig, PO Box 690, Columbia, NC 27925; info@pocosinarts.org; www.pocosinarts.org; 252-796-2787.

Pocosin Arts Artist in Residence

Duration: January 15, 2016–December 15, 2016. Application Deadline: October 1, 2015. Application Fee: $45. Eligibility requirements: Self–motivated artists. Teaching experience in the form of classes or workshops. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week; organizing, maintenance, gardening, community outreach; living space, studio access, and paid teaching opportunities.

Wildacres Retreat

Contact: Mike House, 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. Eligibility requirements: open to all. You may have two residencies at Wildacres in any four-year period. Fee includes: studio access, lodging, meals, and use of studio. Stipend: no.

Oregon

Clay Space

Contact: Jan 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, 2015. Application Fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: Self-directed and community-minded artist. Fee includes: some firings, private studio, 24-hour access. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: 15 hours of studio work and teaching per week; fundraising, provide technical or creative advice to other studio artists, and students; exhibition.

Sitka Center for Art and Ecology

Contact: Caroline Brooks, 56605 Sitka Dr., Otis, OR 97368; info@sitkacenter.org; www.sitkacenter.org; 541-994-5485.

Artist in Residence

Duration: Fall: October–January; Spring: January–May. Application Deadline: April 17. Application Fee: $15 Fee includes: private residence and studio. Opportunities and responsibilities: presentation and community outreach.

Sitka Residency Program

Duration: 3½ months, October–May. Application Deadline: April 17. Application Fee: $15. Eligibility requirements: Emerging and professional artists. Fee includes: private living and work spaces, and access to an electric kiln. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: community talk and brief outreach project.

Pennsylvania

Moravian Pottery & Tileworks

Contact: Adam Zayas, 130 E. Swamp Rd., Doylestown, PA 18901; azayas@co.bucks.pa.us; www.buckscounty.org/visitors; 215-348-6098.

Apprenticeship

Duration: 10 weeks. Application Deadline: April 6 for Summer Session, July 6 for Fall Session. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $2440 paid as $10 per hour for work. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 24-hours; opportunity to learn tile and other ceramic tile-related techniques.

The Clay Studio

Contact: Curator of Artistic Programs, 137–139 N. Second St., Philadelphia, PA 19106; curator@theclaystudio.org; http://theclaystudio.org/apply/residency.php; 215-925-3453.

The Resident Artist Program

Duration: 1 year, renewable up to 5 years, September 1, 2015–August 31, 2016. Application Deadline: March 1. Application Fee: $15. Eligibility requirements:
ceramic artists. Residency fees: $250 per month, plus $250 deposit and $60 membership fee. Fee includes: studio space, and use of kilns and equipment. Teaching and exhibition opportunities.

The Guest Artist-in-Residence Program

Duration: 2 months. Application Deadline: February 1, October 1. Application Fee: $15. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: none. Fee includes: studio space and fully furnished apartment. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $250 monthly living stipend, $200 materials and firing stipend. Opportunities and responsibilities: donate one piece to the permanent collection, slide lecture, demonstrations, and community outreach; teaching and exhibition opportunities.

Tennessee

Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts

Contact: Bill Griffith, PO Box 567, Gatlinburg, TN 37738; bgriffith@arrowmont.org; www.arrowmont.org; 865-436-5860.

Artists-In-Residence Program

Duration: 11 months; mid June through May. Application Deadline: February 1. Application Fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: early career artists in all media. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: monthly stipend, private studios, shared housing with private room,  and meals during workshop sessions. Opportunities and responsibilities: 10 hours of studio and gallery work per week, community outreach, marketing, and public relations, teaching assistance.

Texas

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft

Contact: Miriam Mendoza, 4848 Main St., Houston, TX 77002; mmendoza@crafthouston.org; www.crafthouston.org; 713-529-4848.

Houston Center for Contemporary Craft Artist-in-Residence Program

Duration: 3, 6, 9, or 12 months. Application Deadline: March 1. Application Fee: $30. Eligibility requirements: artists. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: monthly stipend, quarterly living, some materials. Opportunities and responsibilities: studio space with 24-hour access.

Virginia

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 months to 1 year. Application Deadline: April 1. Application Fee: $25. Eligibility requirements: BFA or equivalent for 9 month–1 year residency; two semesters of ceramics for 3-month summer residency. Residency fees: $475 per month Fee includes: Private room, studio space. Stipend: no.

Workhouse Arts Center

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, pre-professional, professional, or emerging ceramic artists. Residency fees: $330. Fee includes: private studio,
access to equipment and facilities. Stipend: yes. Opportunities and responsibilities: 18 hours per week in the studio and gallery; teaching, assistantship, exhibition, and

sales opportunities.

Washington

Pottery Northwest

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

Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 6 months–2 years. Application Deadline: May 1. Eligibility requirements: open to all experience levels. Fee includes: 24-hour access, studio space. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1000 credit towards firing fees. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week in the studio, cleaning, maintenance, teaching, resident project grants, and gallery sales.

Wisconsin

John Michael Kohler Arts Center

Contact: Kristin Plucar, 608 New York Ave., Sheboygan, WI 53081; kplucar@jmkac.org; www.jmkac.org; 920-458-6144.

Arts/Industry Residency Program

Duration: 2–6 months. Application Deadline: April 1. Eligibility requirements: professional artists. Residency fees: variable. Fee includes: 24-hour access to studio space, materials, use of equipment, technical assistance, photographic services, housing, and round-trip transportation. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: stipend for daily living expenses. Opportunities and responsibilities: work in studio during factory tours and educational outreach responsibilities.

Brazil

FAAP Artists Residency

Contact: Luciana Hellu, Praça do Patriaca, 78, São Paulo, SP 01002-010; resartisfaap.info@faap.br; www.faap.br/residenciaartistica; 55 11 3101-1776.

Residência Artística FAAP

Duration: 2–6 months. Application Deadline: January 31. Application Fee: $50. Eligibility requirements: visual artists working in the area. Residency fees: none. Fee includes: studio, 24-hour security, laundry and storeroom, common room with computer, TV and Internet, and studio cleaning once a week. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: participate of activities together with FAAP arts course, such as lectures, workshops.

Australia

Sturt Gallery

Contact: Mark Viner, PO Box 34, Mittagong, New South Wales 2575; mviner@sturt.nsw.edu.au; www.sturt.nsw.edu.au; 61 2 4860 2080.

Professional Residency

Duration: up to 3 months. Application Deadline: October 31. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $1294 stipend, studio space, lodging, and promotional assistance. Opportunities and responsibilities: make work for promotion and sale at Sturt Gallery.

Self Directed Residency

Duration: up to 2 months. Application Deadline: October 31. Includes: studio space, lodging, and promotional assistance. Opportunities and responsibilities: sales and workshop teaching opportunities.

Graduate Residency

Duration: six weeks. Application Deadline: October 31. Eligibility requirements: recent graduates from New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: $458 stipend, studio space, lodging, and promotional assistance. Opportunities and responsibilities: teaching assistant; sales and teaching opportunities.

Canada

London Clay Art Centre

Contact: Cheryl Radford, 664 Dundas St., London, ON, N5W 2Y8; admin@londonpottersguild.org; http://londonpottersguild.org/index.htm; 519-434-1664.

Artist in Residence

Duration: negotiable. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: recent ceramic graduates. Residency fees: $70. Fee includes: private studio space, 24-hour access to the studio, access to equipment, and some materials. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: work 10 hours in the studio, work 8 hours per week as studio technician support, contribute one piece to the collection; exhibition, sales, paid teaching, and workshop opportunities.

The Banff Centre

Contact: Brandy Dahrouge, Visual Arts Program Manager, Box 1020, Banff, Alberta T1L 1H5; brandy_dahrouge@banffcentre.ca; www.banffcentre.ca/va/programs/; 403-762-6100.

Wood/Soda/Fire/Banff

Duration: April 27–May 22. Application Deadline: January 14. Application Fee: $54. Eligibility requirements: ceramics background. Residency fees: $2707, partial scholarship available. Fee includes: some meals, studio space, opportunity to fire a noborigama kiln. Stipend: no.

Harbourfront Centre—
Craft & Design

Contact: Melanie Egan, 235 Queens Quay West, Toronto, Ontario M5J 2G8; info@harbourfrontcentre.com; www.harbourfrontcentre.com/craft; .

Artist-in-Residence Programme

Duration: 1 year. Application Deadline: March 13. Eligibility requirements: Recent (within 5 years) graduate of a post-secondary craft or design degree or diploma programme. Residency fees: $90 per month. Fee includes: studio space, equipment, and 24-hour access to studio. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition, sales, and teaching opportunities.

Medalta International Artists in Residence Program

Contact: Aaron Nelson, Artistic Director, 713 Medalta Ave. SE, Medicine Hat, Alberta T1A 3K9; miair@medalta.org; www.medalta.org; 403-504-4653.

June @ Medalta

Duration: June 4–June 30. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $24. Residency fees: $650. Fee includes: 24-hour studio access, firings access to wood, soda, and salt kilns. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunities.

July and August @ Medalta

Duration: August 3–August 29. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $24. Residency fees: $902. Fee includes: 24-hour studio access, firings access to wood, soda, and salt kilns. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunities.

Full Year at Medalta

Duration: September 5–August 31. Application Deadline: April 15. Application fee: $24. Residency fees: $327 per month. Fee includes: 24-hour studio access, firings, access to wood, soda, and salt kilns. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition, teaching, and employment opportunities.

Sanbao International Ceramic Art Institute

Contact: Wendy Li, PO Box 1000, Jingdezhen City, Jianxi Province 333001; sanbaostudio@hotmail.com; www.chinaclayart.com; 011-86 139 0798 3391.

International Residency Program

Duration: 4–12 weeks, April 1–November 30. Application Deadline: 8 weeks before proposed residency. Residency fees: $390 per week; $325 deposit. Fee includes: Studio space, lodging and meals; scholarships available.

Denmark

Guldagergaard–International Ceramic Research Center

Contact: Amanda Small, Heilmannsvej 31A, Skælskor, DK-4230; ceramic@ceramic.dk; www.ceramic.dk; 45 5819 0016.

Artist-in-Residence

Duration: 1–6 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: professional ceramic artists. Residency fees: $805 for studio space, $205–600 per month for housing. Includes: access to fully equipped newly renovated studios in an internationally diverse atmosphere. Stipend: no.

Tolne Gjaestgivergaard

Contact: Gregory Hamilton Miller, Kirkevej 300, Tolne, Sindal, 9870; info@tolnegjaestgivergaard.dk; www.tolnegjaestgivergaard.dk; +45 40475320.

Tolne Functional Ceramic Residency

Duration: 3–12 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application Fee: $850 per month. Eligibility requirements: functional ceramic artists. Fee includes: shared housing, studio. Meal plan available for $450 per month. Stipend: yes. Stipend includes: some materials and firings. 20 hours working in the kitchen. Opportunities and responsibilities: 20 hours per week kitchen duties, studio operation tasks, exhibiting and sales opportunities.

Svanekegaarden

Contact: Mie Hjort, Skippergade 2–8, Svaneke, Bornholm, 3740; mie@svanekegaarden.dk; www.svanekegaarden.dk; 004556497372.

Artist in Residence Bornholm

Duration: 1 week–3 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Residency fees: varies depending on needs. Stipend: no.

France

A.I.R. Vallauris

Contact: Dale Dorosh, Place Lisnard, 1 Boulevard des Deux Vallons, Vallauris, 06220; contact@air-vallauris.com; www.air-vallauris.com; +33-616583956

Residency

Duration: 6 weeks. Application Deadline: first day of each month throughout the year. Application fee: $40. Eligibility requirements: independent artists. Residency fees: $3100. Fee includes: workspace with 24-hour access, private bedroom, kitchen, and internet access. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: exhibition opportunities.

Germany

Zentrum für Keramik—Berlin

Contact: Thomas Hirschler, Pestalozzistr. 18, Berlin, 13187; thomas.hirschler@usa.net; www.ceramics-berlin.de; 0049 (0) 30 89560280.

Residency

Duration: varies. Application Deadline: ongoing. Eligibility requirements: self-directed artists, potters, sculptors, designers, art historians with a specific project or concept, a research idea or the wish to have an experimental time outside the own studio. Residency fees: $820. Fee includes: studio, kitchen facilities, library, and sleeping accommodations. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: it is possible to come with a partner.

Greece

The Skopelos Foundation for the Arts

Contact: Jill Somer, PO Box 56, Skopelos, Magnesias 37003; info@skopart.org; www.skopartfoundation.org; 30 24240 24143.

Artist Residency on the Greek Island of Skopelos

Duration: 2 weeks–2 months. Application Deadline: 90 days prior to residency. Application fee: $200. Eligibility requirements: Artists interesting in specific projects that pertain to the location. Residency fees: $500–$2000. Fee includes: 24-hour access to the studio and some supplies. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: donate one piece to the collection; interact with 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. Application fee: none. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: $1200 per month. Fee includes: single room, studio space, use of facilities, technical assistance. Stipend: no.

Indonesia Bali

Gaya Ceramic Arts Center

Contact: Hillary Kane, director, Jalan Raya Sayan 15, Ubud, Bali 80571; grace@gayaceramic.com; www.gayaceramic.com; 62 (0) 361 976220.

Gaya Ceramic Arts Center Resident Artist Program

Duration: 2 months. Application Deadline: August 15, 2015. Application Fee: $500 to cover accommodation only. Residency fees: none. Fee includes: studio space, clay, glazes, equipment, kilns, and firing. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: project proposal, slide presentation, offer demonstrations, donate one piece to the collection; exhibition opportunities.

Italy

c.r.e.t.a. rome

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

Artist in Residence

Duration: 4–12 weeks. Application Deadline: March 1 for summer 2015; April 15 for fall 2015; October 1 for spring 2016. Eligibility requirements: ceramic artists. Residency fees: $685 per week. Fee includes: shared studio space with 24-hour access, housing, use of studio equipment and tools, technical assistance. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: artist talk, donation of one piece; exhibition.

Countryside Residency for International Artists in Rome, Italy

Duration: 4–12 weeks. Application Deadline: October 1. Application Fee: $675 per week. Opportunities and responsibilities: artist talk and final exhibition.

Artists Invites Artists Program

Duration: 2 weeks. Application Deadline: March 1 for summer 2015. Residency fees: $975–$1125 per week. Fee includes: shared studio space with 24-hour access, housing, use of studio equipment and tools, technical assistance. Opportunities and responsibilities: artist talk, donation of one piece.

La Meridiana

Contact: Claudia Bruhin, Loc Bagnano, 135 , Certaldo, Firenze 50052; info@lameridiana.fi.it; www.lameridiana.fi.it; 39 377 27 095 00.

Residency in Tuscany

Duration: 1 week–2 months. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application Fee: none. Eligibility requirements: advanced or professional artist. Residency fees: $515 per week. Fee includes: lodging, studio space, technical assistance. Stipend: no.

Takaranokama (Takara
Clay Studio)

Contact: 1418 Yamanouchi, Kamakura-city, Kanagawa-prefecture 247-0062 Japan; naomi.tsukamoto@gmail.com; www.takaranokama.com; +81-80-3210-1191

Raku and Noborigama Wood Firing

Duration: 1–2 weeks. No application fee or deadline. Eligibility Requirements: beginners to advanced. Residency fees: $850–2000.

Fee includes: studio and instruction only, lodging in guest house is additional and begins at $30 per day.

Mexico

Arquetopia

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

Mexican Ceramics Residency 2015

Duration: 6–24 weeks self-directed. Application Deadline: email for deadline. Eligibility requirements: minimum age 25, emerging or mid-career artist; projects that have a clear connection to Mexico, Puebla or Oaxaca. Residency fees: $595 per week. Fee includes: accommodation, meals, kitchen access, housekeeping, studio space, basic materials, supplies and tools, access to facilities, guidance and assistance from our staff. Stipend: no.

Artist Residency

Duration: 6–24 weeks. Application Deadline: email for deadline. Application Fee: $35. Eligibility requirements: at least 25 years of age, projects must have a clear connection to Mexico, Puebla, or Oaxaca. Residency fees: $595 per week. Fee includes: meals, utilities, and housekeeping; studio space; materials, some tools; technical guidance. Stipend: no. Opportunities and responsibilities: donate to youth scholarship required.

PR China

China Ceramic Cultural
Exchange, International Office

Contact: Jackson Li, Wendy Li, 14 Courtwright Rd., Etobicoke, Ontario M9C 4B4; sanbaostudio@hotmail.com; www.chinaclayart.com; 011 8613907983391.

Sanbao International Residency Program Jingdezhen, China

Duration: 4–12 weeks; April 1–November 30. Application Deadline: 8 weeks before proposed residency. Eligibility requirements: open to all ceramic artists. Residency fees: $325 per week, $325 deposit. Fee includes: studio space, lodging, and meals.

International Fellowship Program Jingdezhen, China

Duration: 12 weeks; May 1–November 30. Application Deadline: March 31. Eligibility requirements: experienced ceramic artists over age 21. Residency fees: $200 deposit. Stipend includes: studio space, materials, gas firings, lodging, and meals. Opportunities and responsibilities: 30 hours per week, technical support, studio maintenance; workshop and exhibition opportunities.

Mufei Gallery in The
Pottery Workshop

Contact: Eric Kao, Deputy Director, 139 E. Xinchang Dong Lu, Jingdezhen, Jiangxi, 333001; infojdz@potteryworkshop.com.cn; www.potteryworkshop.com.cn; (860798) 844 0582.

Artists Residency and Group
Residency in Jingdezhen, China

Duration: varies. Application Deadline: ongoing. Application Fee: $426. Eligibility requirements: interest in learning about the porcelain producing city of Jingdezhen. Staying a minimum of 6 weeks is highly recommended. Residency fees: $426 per week. Fee includes: housing, studio space, some meals, coordinator to help understand our community. Stipend: no.

The Netherlands

Sundaymorning@ekwc, European Ceramic Work Centre

Contact: Peter Oltheten, Almystraat 10, Oisterwijk, 5061 PA; sundaymorning@ekwc.nl; sundaymorning.ekwc.nl; 31 73 612 45 00.

Regular Residency, Project Residency

Duration: 12 weeks. Application Deadline: May 1. Application Fee: $25, grants available. Eligibility requirements: visual artists, designers and architects with an academic education and two years of independent professional work. Residency fees: $24,385; grants available. Fee includes: studio space, living space, technical help.

Turkey

Kubat Bilecik Seyh
Edebali Üniversitesi

Contact: Leyla, Güzel Sanatlar Fakültesi-Bozüyük-Bilecik, Bilecik 11300, ; kubat.leyla@gmail.com; 0 533 5812592.

Residency

Application Deadline: November 1.

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