Now Accepting Applications for the 2020 Summer Artist-In-Residency

Now Accepting Applications for the 2020 Summer Artist-In-Residency

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, March 10, 2020

2020 Summer Artist-In-Residency
June 1 – August 7, 2020 (10 weeks)
Application Deadline: March 10, 2020
The Summer Residency Program at GoggleWorks is a 10-week appointment designed to introduce new energy and interests into the GoggleWorks community with an emphasis on facilitating experimentation and cross-disciplinary projects. GoggleWorks will again be selecting three resident artists for summer 2020 and applicants can select from either a portfolio based application or a project proposal based application. Residents should be self-motivated and enthusiastic, dedicated to their artwork, and enjoy working with other people in a community studio setting. M.F.A. or equivalent experience strongly preferred.

Selection of residents is highly competitive and based on the strength of the project proposal and/or quality of the work and experience.

Residency Provides:
Fully-funded personal studio space with 24/7 access
Access to eight teaching studios
Furnished housing
Living stipend
Opportunity to teach in GoggleWorks’ community arts programs
Travel stipend
Material stipend
Exhibition at the end of Residency
Learn more about previous year’s Residents and view their work.
 
Portfolio-Based Application
Project-Based Application
 
About GoggleWorks Center for the Arts:
GoggleWorks, located in the former Willson Goggle Factory Building, is the largest interactive visual art center in the country. The city-block sized complex features eight large teaching studios in ceramics, hot and warm glass, metalsmithing, photography, printmaking, woodworking, and now virtual reality; 39 juried artist studios; galleries; The Den by Sly Fox restaurant; The New Store; and the Boscov Film Theatre.

GoggleWorks offers a robust schedule of classes, exhibitions, community programs, and events. GoggleWorks is open daily from 9am-9pm; admission and parking are always free. Plan your visit at goggleworks.org.

Eli Smith is a Philadelphia based artist who works with oil paint. Most of his works depict strong emotion through use of the human body and figure, often using black and white pigments and little color, with many works in grayscale. Most of his paintings are on canvas or panel.
Eli Smith
Eli Smith

Eli Smith is a Philadelphia based artist who works with oil paint. Most of his works depict strong emotion through use of…

Eli Smith is a Philadelphia based artist who works with oil paint. Most of his works depict strong emotion through use of the human body and figure, often using black and white pigments and little color,…

Eli Smith is a Philadelphia based artist who works with oil paint. Most of his works depict strong emotion through use of the human body and figure, often using black and white pigments and little color, with many works in…

Demetra Tassiou's work is inspired by the Greek culture and Art history and minimalistic and acute techniques used in Japanese art. Her artwork are  imaginative reconnections with nature, sea, and the colorful environments that I have yearned for after moving to large urban American cities from the Mediterranean landscapes.
Demetra Tassiou
Demetra Tassiou

Demetra Tassiou's work is inspired by the Greek culture and Art history and minimalistic and acute techniques used in Japanese…

Demetra Tassiou's work is inspired by the Greek culture and Art history and minimalistic and acute techniques used in Japanese art. Her artwork are imaginative reconnections with nature, sea, and the…

Demetra Tassiou's work is inspired by the Greek culture and Art history and minimalistic and acute techniques used in Japanese art. Her artwork are imaginative reconnections with nature, sea, and the colorful environments…

Libbie Soffer
Libbie Soffer
Matthew Courtney
Matthew Courtney
My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery.  I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse myself in the experience of painting, never quite knowing where it may take me or what the outcome may be. Sometimes my struggles while paining a subject may lead to failure, and if I still have a strong conviction about my feeling for  the subject, I start again on a fresh canvas or panel and get what I want. I love oil paint and it has never lost its magic or made me want to change to a different medium.  The lusciousness,  luminosity and expressive nature of paint, how a gesture or mark can be beautiful in itself and at the same time form part of an image is why I keep on painting and drawing...
Helene Halstuch
Helene Halstuch

My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery. I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse…

My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery. I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse myself in the experience of painting, never quite knowing where it may take me…

My paintings are a personal exploration of mood, essence and mystery. I strive to find the spirit of a subject and immerse myself in the experience of painting, never quite knowing where it may take me or what the outcome…

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