Ox-Bow 2020 Summer Faculty Residency Program

Ox-Bow 2020 Summer Faculty Residency Program

This Deadline Expired: Thursday, January 30, 2020

2020 Summer Faculty Residency at Ox-Bow School of Art and Artists’ Residency

Call for Art Educators: The Ox-Bow 2020 Summer Faculty Residency Program is currently accepting applications for two-week (May 31 – August 22, 2020) residencies in Saugatuck, Michigan. Accepted residents are fully funded. The residency is open to artists who are faculty members in the visual arts (any grade level), in an adjunct or full-time capacity. This program is designed to give teaching artists the much-needed time to focus on their own work throughout the summer and also to connect with other faculty who are teaching at Ox-Bow. Deadline to apply is 1/30/2020. 

Residents receive:
A studio space with 24 hour access
Free housing and meals
The opportunity to apply for weekly stipend within the application

For more information please email Oxbow@saic.edu or visit https://www.ox-bow.org/apply-for-a-residency

 

 

Maureen Drdak
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…

Jennifer Lynn Manzella
Lee Muslin

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in a fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement…

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in a fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement is created as she layers line, shape and texture.…

Lee Muslin, guided by intuition, in a fusion of gesture and geometry flows out in her abstract paintings. Visual movement is created as she layers line, shape and texture.…

Kathran Siegel
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