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Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
http://www.win.net/bernheim

Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation, Hwy. 245, Claremont, KY 40110 (502) 543-2451. South of Louisville. Residencies for up to 3 mos., stipend paid, 1 recipient per year. Artist expected to donate examples of a body of work during the residency and to be available on occasion to meet the Trustees and donors, and to conduct public presentations or workshops.


Hopscotch House/Kentucky Foundation for Women
http://www.kfw.org

Hopscotch House/Kentucky Foundation for Women, 8221 Wolf Pen Branch Rd., Prospect, KY 40059 (502) 228-4875. Open only to KY women artists whose art focuses on positive social change. Located on a 10-acre farmstead 13 miles east of Louisville.


Artcroft Center for Arts & Humanities
http://www.artcroft.org

Artcroft Center for Arts & Humanities, 2075 Johnson Rd., Carlisle, KY 40311 (859) 473-0552. Year-round residencies of 2-8 weeks for up to 3 artists at a time on a 400-acre working cattle farm in the Bluegrass region of central Kentucky. Private rooms, shared baths, meals provided. Fees charged; work-study scholarships and some reduced fees available.


Elsewhere Artist Collaborative
http://www.elsewhereelsewhere.org

Elsewhere Artist Collaborative, 606 S. Elm St., Greensboro, NC 27406 (336) 549-5555. A 'living installation, museum of process, and art production space' in a former thrift store (housing a 58-year inventory of American surplus and antiques) in downtown Greensboro hosts artists-in-residence who create site-specific, conceptual, or technology-based projects. Residencies of one month. Residents live in converted boarding house rooms, and are invited to participate in the food co-op and share cooking. Fees charged.


Chowan College
http://www.chowan.edu/acadp/art/residence.htm

Chowan College, Visual Artist Residency Program, Dept. of Visual Art, 200 Jones Dr., Murfreesboro, NC 27855. Open to working artists holding MA or MFA degree in art; working in painting, drawing, printmaking, graphic design, ceramics, mixed media. Housing and meals, private studio, shared office, solo exhibition.


Artspace
http://www.artspacenc.org

Artspace, 201 E. Davie St., Raleigh, NC 27601 (919) 821-2787. Regional emerging artist residency open to emerging artists from NC. Rent-free studio with 24-hr. access.


American Dance Festival
http://www.americandancefestival.org/main.html

American Dance Festival, PO Box 90772, Durham, NC 27708. Performances and school, with some artists in residence.


Mammoth Cave National Park, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Mammoth Cave National Park, AIR Program, Mammoth Cave, KY 42259 (270) 785-2254. Residencies of 2-4 weeks year-round; open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, video/filmmakers. (visual and media arts)


Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest
http://www.win.net/bernheim

Isaac W. Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest, Isaac W. Bernheim Foundation, Hwy. 245, Claremont, KY 40110 (502) 543-2451. South of Louisville. Residencies for up to 3 mos., stipend paid, 1 recipient per year. Artist expected to donate examples of a body of work during the residency and to be available on occasion to meet the Trustees and donors, and to conduct public presentations or workshops.


Hopscotch House/Kentucky Foundation for Women
http://www.kfw.org

Hopscotch House/Kentucky Foundation for Women, 8221 Wolf Pen Branch Rd., Prospect, KY 40059 (502) 228-4875. Open only to KY women artists whose art focuses on positive social change. Located on a 10-acre farmstead 13 miles east of Louisville.


Green River Writers Retreat, AIR Program
http://www.greenriverwriters.org

Green River Writers Retreat, AIR Program, Western Kentucky University, Bowling Green, KY (615) 296-4420. Nonprofit offering workshops, monthly critique sessions, as well as retreats. Fees charged.


Artcroft Center for Arts & Humanities
http://www.artcroft.org

Artcroft Center for Arts & Humanities, 2075 Johnson Rd., Carlisle, KY 40311 (859) 473-0552. Year-round residencies of 2-8 weeks for up to 3 artists at a time on a 400-acre working cattle farm in the Bluegrass region of central Kentucky. Private rooms, shared baths, meals provided. Fees charged; work-study scholarships and some reduced fees available.


Mount Rushmore National Memorial, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Mount Rushmore National Memorial, AIR Program, PO Box 268, Keystone, SD 57751 (605) 574-3134. 2 residencies per year, summer for 12-16 weeks (with stipend) and fall for 1 week (unpaid). Open to traditional sculptors working in stone.


Badlands National Park, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Badlands National Park, AIR Program, PO Box 6, Interior, SD 57750 (605) 433-5361. Prairie grasslands support bison and pronghorn antelope; park also contains fossils 26 to 37 million years old. Residencies of 4-6 weeks. Housing at park headquarters. Bicycle provided. Artists asked to make 2 presentations at a local school and contribute one work of art. Open in the Fall and Spring for residencies of 2 to 4 weeks. Stipend provided. Open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, video/filmmakers, composers.


Plains Art Museum
http://www.PlainsArt.org

Plains Art Museum, Printmaking Residencies, PO Box 2338, Fargo, ND 58108 (701) 232-3281x107. Residencies of 5 weeks for printmakers capable of working independently. Stipend and supply costs paid, technical and printing assistance available. Furnished apartment. 4 artists per year. Artist must donate one print from each edition, or one piece from a selection of unique work created during the residency, must be open to allowing museum visitors to watch you in your studio at work occasionally, and be willing to speak to local college audiences.


The Arts Center
http://www.jamestownartscenter.org

The Arts Center, PO Box 363, 115 Second St. SW, Jamestown, ND 58402-0363 (701) 251-2496. Residencies from 2 weeks to 3 months. Studio space, living quarters, stipend plus mileage (up to $1500/mo.). Artists much teach in the Arts After School program for grades 4-6 M-F afternoons.


Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts
http://www.KHNCenterfortheArts.org

Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts, 801 Third Corso, Nebraska City, NE 68410 (402) 874-9600. Newly-renovated Center, inspired by the architecture of Frank Lloyd Wright, is located in the historic Missouri River town of Nebraska City. Residencies of 2, 4, 6, or 8 weeks offered for writers, visual artists and composers (approx. 38 residencies awarded annually). Residents provided with free housing and studio space, internet access and a $100/week stipend. Annual application deadlines on March 1 and September 1.


Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts
http://www.bemiscenter.org

Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, 724 S. 12th St., Omaha, NE 68102 (402) 341-7130. 2 urban warehouses, 5 studios with apartments. Artists purchase own food and prepare meals; monthly stipend paid, residencies of 3 mos.; artists must donate one piece and give at least one informal slide presentation. Equipment provided (kilns, bridge crane, forklifts, welding equipment, woodshop and tools, metalworking equipment, darkroom, video camera, editing equipment, printmaking equipment). 'Designed to foster creativity and the productive exchange of ideas.'


Art Farm
http://www.artfarmnebraska.org

Art Farm, 1306 W. 21st Rd., Marquette, NE 68854 (402) 854-3120. On a working farm 2 miles from the clay bluffs of the Platte River, 130 miles west of Omaha. Artists purchase and prepare own food, work 15 hours per week. No fees; residences of 2-3 mos. Open to artists working in ceramics, drawing, installation, mixed media, painting, sculpture, woodworking; also conceptual artists, environmental artists, and multimedia artists.


Craft Alliance Artist-in-Residency Program
http://www.craftalliance.org

Craft Alliance Artist-in-Residency Program, 6640 Delmar Blvd., St. Louis,, MO 63130 (314) 725-1177. Residencies for up to 3 artists at a time of 3, 9, or 12 months for emerging or mid-career artists working in clay, metals or fiber. Studio facilities in the Kranzberg Cultural Art Center in the cultural center in the city of St. Louis. Studios of 180 sq. feet equipped with internet access and specialized equipment; exhibit and teaching opportunities; sales opportunities. Artists must work a minimum of 20 hours a week during public hours; visitors can view artists at work. Studio rental is free; artists must pay for their own housing offsite; staff can make recommendations for housing.


Salina Art Center
http://www.salinaartcenter.org

Salina Art Center, 242 S. Santa Fe, P.O. Box 743, Salina, KS (785) 827-1431. Two residencies a year, ranging from 6 to 12 weeks in length. For independent artists working in painting, drawing, installation, digital imaging, community and sound art, and sculpture with limited facilities for photography, printmaking, and ceramics. Each residency will include weekly open studio sessions, education outreach, community activities/interaction, as well as time and facilities for the artists to create personal work that meets their creative goals. Artists also have potential for exhibition opportunities at the Salina Art Center's gallery and screenings at the Salina Art Center Cinema. During their stay in Salina, artists will reside at the Warehouse in a furnished apartment complete with a private bath, kitchenette, laundry facilities, and computer access.


The Milton Center
http://www.newman.edu/miltoncenter

The Milton Center, Newman University, 3100 McCormick Ave., Wichita, KS 76213-2097. (800) 736-7585. Fellowship for Christian writers to complete their first book-length ms. of fiction or poetry; work 10 hours per week. 'To support work by writers who seek to animate the Christian imagination, foster intellectual imagination, and explore the human condition with honesty and compassion.' Provides living expenses and stipend. 9 months; 2 residencies awarded per year.


Herbert Hoover National Historical Site, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Herbert Hoover National Historical Site, AIR Program, PO Box 607, West Branch, IA 52358 (319) 643-2541. Park on 186 acres includes the birthplace of Pres. Hoover. Studios in the historic structure or adjacent facility on site. Park housing or stipend for rental nearby. Artist asked to contribute a piece of work created during stay and provide interpretive or public program. 2 artists per year; residencies of 2-3 weeks from May to October; Open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, video/filmmakers, composers, craft artists.


Yellowstone National Park, Artists-in-Residence Program
http://www.nps.gov/yell/

Yellowstone National Park, Artists-in-Residence Program, PO Box 168, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190 (307) 344-2265. Residencies include service hours, leading public programs, as well as studio hours in which visitors can observe artist at work


Ucross Foundation
http://www.ucrossfoundation.org

Ucross Foundation, 30 Big Red Lane, Clearmont, WY 82835-9712 (307) 737-2291. 8 residents for 2 weeks to 4 mos. Located on a 22,000 acre working cattle ranch in the rugged foothills of the Big Horn Mtns. No fees, residency includes studio space, living accomodations, and meals.


Jentel Artist Residency Program
http://www.jentelarts.org

Jentel Artist Residency Program, 130 Lower Piney Creek Rd., Banner, WY 82832. (307) 737-2311. Month-long residencies in a rural ranch setting in the foothills of the Big Horn Mountains near Sheridan. Open to visual artists in all media and writers in all genres. Press for monoprints only. Private accomodation, separate studio, and stipend.


Devils Tower National Monument
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Devils Tower National Monument, Bearlodge Writers, PO Box 204, Sundance, WY 82729 (307) 467-5283 x24. The dramatic centerpiece of this park is a towering column of volcanic rock that rises 865 feet straight up from the prairie floor. Accomodations in one-bedroom apartment on park property. 2 residencies per year of 1 week each open to writers in the Fall.


Central Wyoming College, Residency Program
http://www.cwc.edu

Central Wyoming College, Residency Program, Art Dept., 2660 Peck Ave., Riverton, WY 82501. Facilities include sculpture (welding, ceramic shell and sand bronze casting, carving), ceramics (downdraft, wood, Raku kilns), printmaking (relief, litho, intaglio), B/W darkroom, natural light studios for drawing and painting. Artists must be interested in developing relationships with students.


Montanta Artists Refuge
http://www.montanarefuge.org

Montanta Artists Refuge, PO Box 8, Basin, MT 59631 (406) 225-3500. Located in a small, gold-mining town near the Continental Divide. Fees charged; residencies of 3 mos. to 1 yr. A variety of living and studio spaces available. Open to artists working in the visual, media, folk, installation, literary, performing, conceptual, environmental, interdisciplinary, multimedia and new genre arts, as well as architects, graphic designers, landscape designers, scholars, collaborative teams.


Glacier National Park, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Glacier National Park, AIR Program, West Glacier, MT 59936 (406) 888-7936. National parkland includes nearly 50 glaciers, glacier-fed lakes and streams, grizzly bears and gray wolves. Summer residencies of 2 weeks open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, video/filmmakers.


Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts
http://www.archiebray.org

Archie Bray Foundation for the Ceramic Arts, 2915 Country Club Ave., Helena, MT 59601 (406) 443-3502. 26 acres on the site of the former Western Clay Manufacturing Co., 3 miles from Helena. Artists purchase and prepare own meals; residencies of 2 months to 2 years; open to visual artists working in ceramics, installation and sculpture in clay.


Rocky Mountain National Park, AIR Program
http://www.Rocky Mountain National Park, AIR Program, 1000 Hwy. 36, Es...

Rocky Mountain National Park, AIR Program, 1000 Hwy. 36, Estes Park, CO 80517 (970) 586-1206. Located on 417 square miles encompassing massive peaks, alpine meadows, the Continental Divide, and abundant wildlife. Residence in a rustic, historic cabin for 2 week periods from June through Sept.; no stipend; artists asked to donate one completed work of art in their medium and to provide one public program. 6-8 artists per year. Open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, video/filmmakers, composers.


Pingree Park, Artist in Residence Program
http://www.colostate.edu

Pingree Park, Artist in Residence Program, 1005 W. Laurel, Ft. Collins, CO 80523 (970) 491-7377. Located at Colorado State University, food & housing in exchange for one donated work. 1 month residency in drawing and painting.


Colorado Art Ranch
http://www.coloradoranch.org

Colorado Art Ranch, 6878 Taft Ct., Arvada, CO 80004 (303) 279-5198. One-month residencies in small Colorado towns for writers and visual artists. Located in a different area each session; 5-6 artists at a time; no fees. Also sponsors a two-day 'Artposium' open to the public during each residency, featuring presentations and speakers from residents and others on pre-determined themes (such as Mapping, The Art and Science of Birds, Fire in the Arts, The Immigrant Experience). Artposiums include four main stage events, breakout sessions, and meals.


Carbondale Clay Center
http://www.CarbondaleClay.org

Carbondale Clay Center, 135 Main St., Carbondale, CO 81623 (970) 963-2529. Resident artists' program provides studio space, use of kilms, basic materials, payment for services 20 hours a week (with additional income oppy's via teaching, studio work, etc.), health insurance. 2 positions of 1-2 years.


Anderson Ranch Arts Center
http://www.andersonranch.org

Anderson Ranch Arts Center, PO Box 5598, 5263 Owlcreek Road, Snowmass Village, CO 81615 (970) 923-3181. 18 studios; single-occupancy dorm-style rooms; five dinners and five continental breakfasts provided per week, artists make all other meals; average length of residency is 6 mos.; modest materials stipend ($200); artists pay travel, food, personal expenses. Ten miles west of Aspen, spread out over 4 acres. Artists must exchange 20 hours of work each month for studio space and utilities, technical consultations/discussions, and a spring show in the Dow's Gallery. Open to visual artists, including woodworkers, furniture makers, photographers, painters, sculptors, ceramicists, printmakers, and book artists.


Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing
http://www.wisc.edu/english/html_wifcw

Wisconsin Institute for Creative Writing, Dept. of English, University of Wisconsin, 600 N. Park St., Madison, WI 53706. Fellowship of 9 mos. and stipend of $20,000 for poets and fiction writers who have completed an MA or MFA and are working on a first book. 2 awards annually; residency for one academic year. Writers must teach one class each semester and give one public reading.


University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Center on Age & Community, Residency in Applied Arts
http://www.cac.obiki.org/focus/residency.html

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Center on Age & Community, Residency in Applied Arts, Milwaukee, WI. Residencies of 3 months, stipend plus travel, housing and supplies for artists of all disciplines interested in developing work addressing aging and memory loss. Open to permanent US residents who are profesional artists. Artists must develop a project, engage directly with community participants, provide two one-time master classes (one for students; one for the community); participate in a culmintating exhibit or performance.


St. John's Artist in Residence, St. John's Uihlein-Peters Gallery
http://www.saintjohnsmilw.org/arts_entertain/index.cfm

St. John's Artist in Residence, St. John's Uihlein-Peters Gallery, 1840 N. Prospect Ave., Milwaukee, WI 53202 (414) 272-2022. Short-term residencies scheduled one year in advance (from 3 days to 1 week). Lodging, weaving equipment, pottery kiln, activity room


John Michael Kohler Art Center, Arts/Industry Program
http://www.jmkac.org

John Michael Kohler Art Center, Arts/Industry Program, 608 New York Ave., PO Box 489, Sheboygan, WI 53082-0489 (920) 458-6144. 2-6 month residencies offered for 16 to 22 artists annually; room and board, travel costs, materials, access to industrial equipment and engineers for consulting; sculpture, ceramics, crafts; artists working in cast iron, bronze, ceramics, enameling; open access to pottery and iron foundries


The Guest House at New Light Studios
http://www.newlightstudios.com

The Guest House at New Light Studios, 1610 Town Hall Rd., Beloit, WI 53511 (608) 362-8055. Two-bedroom cottage on a Wisconsin 'farmette.' Swimming pool, ping-pong and basketball, hiking, cross-country skiing, canoeing all nearby; booked on a first-come, first served basis; no application process; guests supply their own food; rates are $40/night for one bedroom or $50/night for two bedrooms. (visual, literary, performing arts, and 'anyone seeking solitude in a peaceful, rural setting')


Dillmans Creative Arts Foundation
http://www.dillmans.com/dcaf

Dillmans Creative Arts Foundation, PO Box 98, Lac de Flambeau, WI 54538-0098. Located in the Wisconsin Northwoods on a lake. Workshops and retreats. Fees charged.


Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
http://www.Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Route 1, Box 4, Bayfiel...

Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Route 1, Box 4, Bayfield, WI 54814 (715) 779-3397. In Western Lake Superior, off Wisconsin's Bayfield Peninsula. National Park is 720 square miles of lakeshore and islands. Artists are housed in Wellish Cabin, on the southeast shore of Sand Island about 3 miles by boat from the Little Sand Bay Ranger Station. Minimum 2 week residency in June to September; basic cooking utensils and fuel are provided, artist must bring bedding, personal gear, food, and art supplies, all of which need to be purchased before the residency begins. The cabin is a half-mile from the boat dock; whatever you bring with you must be carried that distance. The artist is asked to donate a finished piece of work inspired by the island stay to the program. The cabin is simple but roomy, with a vault toilet, no electricity, no running water. Expect cool temperatures, muddy trail conditions, and insects. 'Early summer's brilliant wildflowers give way to the lush blueberry patches in August. Storms rolls in and retreat, leaving rainbows over the low green profiles of neighboring York and Raspberry Islands. The interplay of land and lake, the song of the wood thrushes, and lingering stories of shipwrecks and lightkeepers are among the many sources of inspiration for an artist's creative endeavors.'


The Thurber House
http://www.thurberhouse.org

The Thurber House, 77 Jefferson Ave., Columbus, OH 43215 (614) 464-1032. Residency for writers, playwrights, and journalists to live, write, teach. Stipend. Must be published and have college-level teaching experience.


Ohio University, School of Art
http://www.ohiou.edu/art/visiting.html

Ohio University, School of Art, 528 Seigfried Hall, Athens, OH 45701 Attn: Ridges Visiting Artist Residency. Residencies of 1-4 weeks includes free lodging, private studio, chance to work with MFA students, and a solo exhibition. Must give a public lecture and private studio meetings. All contemporary disciplines encouraged. Send proposal, artist statement, vc, and 20 slides of JPEGs.


Cuyahoga Valley National Park, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Cuyahoga Valley National Park, AIR Program, 3675 Oak Hill Rd., Peninsula, OH 44264 (330) 657-2796 or (800) 642-3297. 2 residencies per year of 6-8 weeks during Spring and Summer. Run by the Cuyahoga Valley Environmental Education Center and the National Park Service. Open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, video/filmmakers, composers, craft artists.


Voyageurs National Park, AIR Program
http://www.nps.gov/archive/volunteer/air.htm

Voyageurs National Park, AIR Program, 3131 Hwy. 53, International Falls, MN 56649-8904. (218) 283-9821. National Park encompasses more than 30 lakes, countless bogs, marshes, beaver ponds on land that was once the route of French-Canadian votageurs. Home to moose, deer, timber wolves, bald eagles, ospreys, and loons. Two artists at a time share a one-bedroom cabin with modern bath and kitchen for 2 weeks in August. Canoe provided. Artists asked to donate one work to the park collection and offer a public program. Open to 2D visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, video/filmmakers, composers.


Split Rock Arts Program
http://www.cce.umn.edu/splitrockarts

Split Rock Arts Program, 306 Wesbrook Hall, 77 Pleasant St. SE, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 55455. Artists-in-residence program at the Duluth campus; workshops also available; fees charged.


Northern Clay Center
http://www.northernclaycenter.org

Northern Clay Center, 2424 Franklin Ave. E., Minneapolis, MN 55406 (612) 339-8007. McKnight Artist Residency Program. Open to mid-career ceramic artists who are not residents of Minnesota; 3 month residency.


Norcroft: A Writing Retreat for Women
http://www.Norcroft: A Writing Retreat for Women, 32 E. First St., #33...

Norcroft: A Writing Retreat for Women, 32 E. First St., #330, Duluth, MN 55802 (218) 727-5199. Also PO Box 300105, Minneapolis, MN 55403 (612) 377-8431. 10 acres in the pine and birch woods along the north shore of Lake Superior. No fees; artists prepare own food (food is provided); residencies of 1-4 weeks; women and feminist writers and translators.


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