VisArts Studio Fellowship 2021 – 2022

VisArts Studio Fellowship 2021 – 2022

deadline: Sunday, May 2, 2021

VisArts invites applications and proposals from local, national, and international artists for a six month Studio Fellowship at VisArts at Rockville. The Studio Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for a dynamic individual artist or collaborative artist team to create a new body of work, evolve an existing body of work, or develop a project in a stimulating, supportive environment. Studio space is provided free of charge. Artists receive a $500.00 per month stipend. The Studio Fellowship offers the gift of time and space to two artists and/or collaborative artist teams each year to experiment and realize new work. The VisArts Studio Fellows will present their work in solo exhibitions at the end of their respective fellowships.

Admission to the VisArts Studio Fellowship is highly selective, based on a review of applications by panels of artists and art professionals. Panelists include painters, sculptors, film and video artists, photographers, installation artists, inter-disciplinary artists, and independent curators. The admission panel is rotated regularly.

Application and Selection Process

Required:

Images: Submit 10 images of work produced during the last four years. Work samples can be a combination of high resolution jpgs and time-based media (*up to 10 minutes total). *For collaborative teams, 10 images of collaborative work are required as well as a statement of the collaborative nature of the work. *Two minutes of video, film, sound or performance documentation = one work. Artists may choose to include links to Vimeo or You Tube public accounts for time-based work samples.

Image Requirements: You may submit up to 10 images. They must be in .jpg, .tiff, .png, or .gif file format. Minimum image resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. Maximum file size 5MB per image. Files must be labeled in the following way: first name last name-title of artwork-1.ext, first name last name-title of artwork-2.ext, etc. The file number corresponds with the number on the list of works. (Ex. John Doe-Untitled-1.jpg)

List of Works Form- Numbered list of artworks with the following information: artist name, title of artwork, year, dimensions, a description of artwork is optional.

Resume/CV

Artist Bio (200 word max.)- Third-person paragraph highlighting your professional achievements.

Artist Statement (100 words max.)

References- Provide contact information for two references who can address your work as an artist.

Fellowship Proposal: Describe your goals for the fellowship, and how you might engage with the community or use community resources. You may include a drawing or representative images to help describe your specific proposal. (250 words max.)

Please indicate preferred residency dates (first and second choice):

_____ July 28, 2021 – January 21, 2022

_____ January 24, 2022 – July 24, 2022

$15 application fee

Learn more here.

Howard Brunner
Halle Ballard
Fran Lightman Gibson

Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic…

Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic inspiration to my love, fear, and awe of nature as it both represents and defines…

Fran Lightman Gibson a Philadelphia painter working primarily with oil on canvas.
I attribute the source of my artistic inspiration to my love, fear, and awe of nature as it both represents and defines the tension and optimism…

Sutton Hays

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and…

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and oil, cutout oil paintngs on aluminum, stage sets, Indian miniatures, temples and…

Sutton Hays' work reveals exuberance with an edge, a journey into dream time with brilliant color and images, gouache and oil, cutout oil paintngs on aluminum, stage sets, Indian miniatures, temples and altars.…

Patrick Coughlin

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia…

Patrick Coughlin’s work examines the ubiquitous, mundane, and inconspicuous aspects of our material culture and the domestic spaces that house it. Patrick’s studio practice currently resides in Philadelphia Pennsylvania…

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