Gardenship Residency: Spaces Available

Gardenship Residency: Spaces Available

This Deadline Expired: Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Gardenship is an artist-run collider space that fosters an ecosystem of creative discourse, exchange, discovery, equity, skill and support.
Gardenship Residents

Gardenship residents are artists, makers, creative professionals,and ultimately anyone that has the need to push their creative boundaries, operate inclusively, and produce broadly.

Studio residency include
24 hour keycard access, utilities and Wifi.
Opportunities for stipended exhibition both on and off Kearny Point campus
Community of technical experts in a range of fields
work spaces designed for large sculpture / installation work.

Residency types
Residents pay a monthly or annual fee for work space. Six month minimum, one year preferred. Artist insurance required.

Working wall studios – 12’ tall museum style walls / rack loft storage
550 sq ft | $850 monthly | $9,500 annually
1050 sq ft | $1,450 monthly | $16,500annually
Container studios – Private 20’ shipping container / heavy power / drive up access
1100 sq ft w/20ft container | $1,450 monthly | $16,500 annually
500sq ft w/20 ft container | $850 monthly | $9,500 annually

Shop residents (*coming soon)
Basic | $300 monthly | $3,200 annually
Plus | $350 monthly | $3,800 annually

Project based flex space up to 20,000 sq ft. Inquire for rates.

LEARN MORE AND APPLY HERE

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