Call for Entries: Artist in Residence Program

Call for Entries: Artist in Residence Program

This Deadline Expired: Monday, February 27, 2017

Entry Deadline: February 26, 2017

Artist in Residence Program
SPRING SEMESTER, January 16 – May 7, 2018
Rowan University, Glassboro, NJ
College of Communication and Creative Arts
Department of Art

The Department of Art at Rowan University seeks a qualified professional visual artist for the Artist in Residence Program for the 2018 spring semester.

Rowan University is a mid‐sized state institution located in southern New Jersey. The Department of Art serves approximately 200 majors and employs 12 full‐time faculty. The curriculum includes courses in drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, graphic design, illustration, web design, video and animation, sculpture, metals/jewelry, ceramics, art education, and art history.

The residency includes a $3000 stipend, 280 square foot studio space, access to facilities and equipment, and an exhibition opportunity. Application is free.

For full guidelines and to apply, download the PDF here.

Carol McHarg
Carol McHarg
By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge assumptions and mainstream beliefs, and celebrate that which unites us as humans.
Deborah Caiola
Deborah Caiola

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge…

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge assumptions and mainstream beliefs, and celebrate that which unites us as humans.…

By enabling the viewer to experience the emotional reality of the subjects Deborah Caiola paints, she attempts to challenge assumptions and mainstream beliefs, and celebrate that which unites us as humans.…

Márton Szabó
Márton Szabó
Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound beauty of natural forms as it exists within animals and plants. The multiplicity of images underscore the interconnection of living systems, while geometric patterning enable the viewer to identify each of the species through repetition of form.
Ellen Rosenholtz
Ellen Rosenholtz

Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound…

Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound beauty of natural forms as it exists within animals and plants. The multiplicity…

Ellen Rosenholtz’s graphite on paper series explores native flora and fauna of New Jersey. The work looks at the profound beauty of natural forms as it exists within animals and plants. The multiplicity of images underscore…

Judith Jacobson
Judith Jacobson
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