Jasper Studios Artist Residency

Jasper Studios Artist Residency

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, January 1, 2019

OVERVIEW
To provide three months of work studio space for a visual artist in an inspiring artistic community at Jasper Studios. Originally owned by the Lomax family in the late 1800s, Jasper Studios is 80,000 sq. ft. broken down into 50 artist studios/business offices with tenants including local artists and entrepreneurs.

GOALS
To provide inspiring artistic space to create a body of work.

OBJECTIVES
At the end of the three months, Artists are required to participate in a Creative Happy Hour where they will exhibit the body of work they created to a group of their peers. Artists work will be on display for a two week period in the lobby of Jasper Studios at which point the Artists will donate a piece to the Jasper Studios collection.

FACILITIES
Artists will receive a work studio space plus utilities in the up and coming neighborhood of Kensington in Philadelphia, PA in our newly renovated building Jasper Studios. The building has been restored and carefully renovated into 50 artist studios/business offices. The studios that will be provided for the residency will be between 300-500 sq. ft. with high ceilings and two large windows that provide plenty of natural light. The chosen artist will have 24 hour access to their studio and amenities, INCLUDING 2 kitchenettes, wifi & high speed internet, secure car/bike lot, elevator access, and a coffee shop. Jasper Studios is conveniently located a short 5 min walk to the Market-Frankford line which makes all neighborhoods of Philadelphia highly accessible.

MATERIALS
Artists are required to supply all of the materials they may need during their stay.

SELECTION PROCESS
We will be doing an open call style selection process. Artists can apply using the form below. Application deadline is January 1st, 2018. Residency will begin January 15th, 2018.

For more information and to submit your application visit https://www.rentjasperstudios.com/artistresidency

Teresa Shields
Lonnie Graham

Lonnie Graham is a Pew Fellow and Professor at Pennsylvania State University. He is former director of Photography at Manchester…

Lonnie Graham is a Pew Fellow and Professor at Pennsylvania State University. He is former director of Photography at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, an urban arts organization…

Lonnie Graham is a Pew Fellow and Professor at Pennsylvania State University. He is former director of Photography at Manchester Craftsmen’s Guild in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, an urban arts organization dedicated to arts…

Bradford White Fiske

Fiske employs metallic paints and iridescent pigments to establish a surface that suggests a depth that hints at elements…

Fiske employs metallic paints and iridescent pigments to establish a surface that suggests a depth that hints at elements not quite identifiable or understood…

Fiske employs metallic paints and iridescent pigments to establish a surface that suggests a depth that hints at elements not quite identifiable or understood…

Laura Petrovich-Cheney

Laura Petrovich-Cheney's work focuses on resurrecting debris found in the natural environment. Her autobiography and…

Laura Petrovich-Cheney's work focuses on resurrecting debris found in the natural environment. Her autobiography and the environment inform her work as she documents place and experience.…

Laura Petrovich-Cheney's work focuses on resurrecting debris found in the natural environment. Her autobiography and the environment inform her work as she documents place and experience.…

Tom Herbert

In his mixed media work, Tom Herbert explores various concepts of abstraction through the use of repeated pattens and shapes.…

In his mixed media work, Tom Herbert explores various concepts of abstraction through the use of repeated pattens and shapes. His use of fractured elements to create designs gives his work an kinetic energy…

In his mixed media work, Tom Herbert explores various concepts of abstraction through the use of repeated pattens and shapes. His use of fractured elements to create designs gives his work an kinetic energy that keeps the…

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