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This week-long program provides an opportunity for guitarists to study the work of Leo Brouwer, who is celebrating his 80th year and collaborating around the world with students interested in his body of work. Each participant will have a chance to be a part of a masterclass under Maestro Brouwer, attend public lectures, discuss career development, and perform in a concert of Brouwer’s works. Guitarists accepted into this program will be fully funded.

Deadline: July 31, 2019
Location: Alberta, Canada
Apply: banffcentre.ca

What happens when artists set up shop in an architecture and design studio? HCMA is not offering a traditional residency (i.e., no accommodations are offered), but invites artists in residency to do a portion of their work in HCMA’s studios. The length of each residency varies from one to three months depending on the project, but engagements usually involve some workshopping with the HCMA team and culminate in a show in its TILT gallery or some other public space. Artists are supported with a stipend and materials budget.

Location: Vancouver, BC; Victoria, BC
Apply: hcma.ca

The MacDowell Colony provides time, space, and an inspiring environment to artists of exceptional talent. A MacDowell Fellowship, or residency, consists of exclusive use of a studio, accommodations, and three prepared meals a day for up to eight weeks. There are no residency fees. MacDowell Fellows are selected by admissions panels, which are comprised of a revolving group of distinguished professionals in each artistic discipline who serve anonymously for three years.

Deadlines: Sep 15, 2019 (for winter/spring 2020 session); Jan 15, 2020 (summer 2020); Apr 15, 2020 (fall 2020)
Location: Peterborough, NH
Apply: macdowellcolony.org

MIRA Fellowship
A simple reframe can change the course of history…

MIRA is actively recruiting fellows for their next cohort, which will begin fall of 2019.
Find out more about this Fellowship & Apply HERE

The Mira Fellowship is building a blueprint for our cultural future by reframing our most intractable issues and discovering solutions that empower individuals to action.

The Fellowship
Throughout history, monumental change has come from simple shifts in perspective. Our global society currently faces many seemingly intractable problems. The Mira Fellowship is designed to provide an opportunity for motivated people to address our most pressing issues by stepping back, finding a new perspective, and creating an action plan.

Fellows will be given one year to research, design, and produce a simple actionable plan for change. How do we reframe garbage? How do we rethink privacy? How do we rethink education? What is your question that could change the world?

The fellowship is cohort-based and remotely collaborates monthly as well as meeting in person several times a year. Each fellow receives a small research grant along with on-going coaching, support, and access to expertise.

 

The Women’s Studio Workshop has an artist-centered philosophy and a deep commitment to the individual’s creative process. We support this vision through providing time and space in the form of grants, residencies, and internships where artists can come to work with 24-hour access to our studios.

All applications (with exception to the Artist’s Book residencies, which must be postmarked by November 15th) must be submitted online by midnight EST of the date listed.

Visit their website HERE for due dates and more information about their artist opportunities.

Search here for studio spaces currently available in Western New York.

ArtHeart Studios is seeking new creatives to join our community. We are looking for local artists, craftsmen, writers, designers, photographers–or anyone interested in having their own creative space to rent. The studio is filled with natural light, has a storefront near several neighborhoods and restaurants, is right by Main Street, the Village of Williamsville, and a thruway entrance, and has affordable rent. Our studio’s aim is to build a creative community to support and inspire each other. If you are interested please DM us on our Instagram page @artheartstudiosbuffalo or email us at artheartbuffalo@gmail.com.

Buffalo Arts Studio will have two studio spaces available in short order (exact dates TBA). To apply, please email a cover letter and the following documents to Curator Shirley Verrico at shirley@buffaloartsstudio.org:

  • resume OR cv
  • artist statement
  • 6-10 jpgs at 300 dpi.
  • proof of income such as pay stubs, tax returns, and/or bank statements
  • 3 personal references

Once the curator has reviewed the application, she will contact qualified applicants and schedule interviews with a committee of current Resident Artists. Resident Artists are selected based on the application, interview, and studio availability.

For more information please visit : http://buffaloartsstudio.org/resident-artists/new-artist-application/

For questions please contact Dana Tyrrell at dana@buffaloartsstudio.org

Classrooms for rent inside a former school. Will built to suit. Rent starts at $350/month. Includes heat, electric, and water. Great for office, art studio, etc.

View the craigslist listing HERE

or call 716-523-0068 for more information.

5 art studio spaces available:
1 large 125 sq ft
2 small 88 sq ft
2 medium 108 sq
Utilities and WiFi included.
Located at:
Vivid Buffalo Creative Center
3124 Main Street
Buffalo NY, 14214
Call to set up a viewing and for pricing.
(716) 261-8203