Wassaic Project 2022-2023 Winter Residencies

Wassaic Project 2022-2023 Winter Residencies

This Deadline Expired: Tuesday, March 22, 2022

Winter residents receive 24-hour access to an adaptable, semi-private, ~100 square-foot studio space in the historic Maxon Mills. Accommodations include a private bedroom in a shared house, complete with common spaces, 1–2 full bathrooms, and a kitchen (artists participating in the Family Residency will receive a private house). Artists-in-residence also have access to their wood shop and ceramics studio. Monthly programming includes open studios, group studio visits with our embedded critics, Ghost of a Dream, and one-on-one studio visits and artist talks with 2–3 creative professionals, the Project’s Director of Artistic Programming, and WP staff.

Applications for the 2022–23 Winter Residency program are open from January 12 through March 22, 2022. This call is for individual artists, collaborative teams, and groups of two or more individual artists, and artists applying through their Family Residency program. Applications are run through Slideroom. Dates for the program are:

Learn more about the residencies and apply here.

Fellowships

The Wassaic Project offers the following fellowships:

To be considered for the Work and Family Fellowship and Sustainable Arts Fellowship:

In your application, please take some time to reflect on the ways in which care and caregiving, whatever those words mean to you, come through (or might come through) in your work. It’s okay if this isn’t something you’ve considered before. These fellowships are a starting point towards building a future where artists shape the way society sees and values care.

All applicants are considered for the Mary Ann Unger Fellowship and the ArtForArtists Fellowship for Social Justice-Based Practice and do not have to complete any additional information on their application.

Julianna Foster
Julianna Foster
Kevin Hetzel
Kevin Hetzel
In my work I carefully navigate personal and intergenerational memory through visuospatial reconstruction. There is an active absence of the figure in my work, as if these scenes are the aftermath of an event, possibly still in motion.
Kathleen Eastwood-Riaño
Kathleen Eastwood-Riaño

In my work I carefully navigate personal and intergenerational memory through visuospatial reconstruction. There is an active…

In my work I carefully navigate personal and intergenerational memory through visuospatial reconstruction. There is an active absence of the figure in my work, as if these scenes are the aftermath of an…

In my work I carefully navigate personal and intergenerational memory through visuospatial reconstruction. There is an active absence of the figure in my work, as if these scenes are the aftermath of an event, possibly still…

Once you find something that truly moves you, if can enhance your personal life, encourage you to grow, and leave you wanting more. That's what glass does for me. It's my first love. It's given me life and joy.
Eva E. Glassworks (Eva Shelley)
Eva E. Glassworks (Eva Shelley)

Once you find something that truly moves you, if can enhance your personal life, encourage you to grow, and leave you wanting…

Once you find something that truly moves you, if can enhance your personal life, encourage you to grow, and leave you wanting more. That's what glass does for me. It's my first love. It's given me life…

Once you find something that truly moves you, if can enhance your personal life, encourage you to grow, and leave you wanting more. That's what glass does for me. It's my first love. It's given me life and joy. …

Gail Morrison-Hall finds inspiration in old buildings, Victorian Gingerbread architecture, a city or country she's traveled to, medieval manuscripts, the colors and patterns in the natural world, a quote, phrase, a question or a concept.
Gail Morrison-Hall
Gail Morrison-Hall

Gail Morrison-Hall finds inspiration in old buildings, Victorian Gingerbread architecture, a city or country she's traveled…

Gail Morrison-Hall finds inspiration in old buildings, Victorian Gingerbread architecture, a city or country she's traveled to, medieval manuscripts, the colors and patterns in the natural world, a quote,…

Gail Morrison-Hall finds inspiration in old buildings, Victorian Gingerbread architecture, a city or country she's traveled to, medieval manuscripts, the colors and patterns in the natural world, a quote, phrase, a question…

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