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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Grünewald Guild Residency

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The Program

who can be a resident artist?

Residencies are available to individuals at all levels of artistic development who are prepared to work independently and whose artistic processes can be successfully supported by the Guild’s studio facilities. Residents must be 18 or older at the start of the residency.

when are residencies offered?

Residencies typically last from 3 weeks - 3 months, and may be scheduled anytime between September 1 and May 31.

how are residencies structured?

Volunteer-based residencies provide artists with lodging, meals, & studio space in exchange for part-time volunteer service to the Guild. These residencies are based on the quality of the applicant’s work and the relevancy of skills they offer the Guild community. Artists in residence commit to spending a minimum of 20 hours/week in the studio working on their own projects, as well as 15-20 hours/week in volunteer service to the Guild community. Resident artists are invited to participate in the Guild's monthly community art group as well as any Guild programming taking place during the residency period.

where do resident artists live?

Most artists in residence are housed in the library dorm, but housing availability varies based on the ever-changing community of the Guild. Unfortunately we are not able to provide housing for residents' partners, dependent children, or pets.

Ready to Apply?

Upcoming application deadlines are as follows:

Applications for Fall 2016 [dates from Sept. 1 - Dec. 15] are due April 30, 2016.

Questions? Please contact the Art Program Coordinator, Sarah Jane: sarahjane (at) grunewaldguild (dot) com

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