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Opportunities: With Deadlines

AIR 2018: Artist in Residence Program, Center for Contemporary Printmaking, Norwalk, CT

Deadline: June 30th, 2017

The Artist-in-Residence Program (AIR) at CCP takes place in the Helen Frankenthaler Printmaking Cottage, a well-equipped studio with onsite living accommodations. Within this space, artists have the opportunity to produce a body of work in a supportive atmosphere for creative growth and development —using traditional as well as innovative printmaking techniques. Resident artists can work independently or with one of CCP’s staff printers or professional collaborators on an hourly or daily fee basis. Both the Professional Development AIR and Self-Funded AIR offer uninterrupted time and privacy 24/7. In the summer of 2003, the Center welcomed its first Artist-in-Residence, Paul Furneaux, from Scotland. Since then, some 150 artists have completed residencies at CCP, coming from the United States, Australia, Russia, China, Ireland, Germany, Cuba, Argentina and many more countries.

1. A Professional Development AIR. Artists who teach at colleges, universities and high schools throughout the United States may apply for one-or two-week residencies based on professional funding guidelines at your institution. This opportunity is meant to further individual artistic objectives in printmaking. CCP will match 50 percent of residency costs to a maximum of $2,500 associated with the AIR. Travel, food and materials are not covered expenses. The deadline for this application is June 30, 2017 for residencies in 2018. There is an application fee of $35. The Grace Ross Shanley Education Fund and other secured funds will provide underwriting for the matching funding.

2. Self-funded Residencies. Experienced printmakers may apply for residencies of oneor two weeks by submitting an application and the $35 application fee. Applications are due on June 30, 2017 for residencies in 2018. Residencies will be awarded as space permits, given the applicants preferred schedule.

For more information, please visit: https://contemprints.org/opportunities/artist-in-residency-program/

Artist Residency: Women’s Studio Workshop, Beisinghoff Printmaking Residency, Diemelstadt-Rhoden, Germany

Deadline: June 30th, 2017

The Beisinghoff Printmaking Residency is a four-week opportunity that allows artists to work in a beautiful printmaking studio in Diemelstadt-Rhoden, Germany. Two artists will be chosen to work at Atelierhaus Beisinghoff, less than an hour away from Kassel, Germany.

This opportunity affords artists more than just studio time. Images, thoughts, and words from diverse viewpoints come together when artists from different continents converge at Atelierhaus. Barbara Beisinghoff also invites local press for an artists’ presentation during the residency.

For more information, please visit: http://www.wsworkshop.org/residencies/beisinghoff-printmaking-residency/

Emerging Artist in Residence Program: Society of Northern Alberta Printmakers (SNAP), Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Deadline: June 30th, 2017 at 5:oo pm Mountain Time

The Emerging AIR Program offers emerging artists and recent graduates the opportunity to work rent-free at the SNAP Printshop for a 6 month term. The residency is aimed at providing a new environment and stimuli for the artist to help expand her or his artistic practice. During the residency, artists are invited to give a lecture on their work and offer a workshop or demonstration of their specific technique(s). The program offers emerging artists a unique opportunity to exchange ideas with other print artists and discover Edmonton’s internationally acclaimed arts community while further developing their practice. NOTE: The residency provides a rent free space however monthly supply fees for consumables apply. To maximize the potential for artistic growth, and to encourage the production of a body of work outside of a formal institution an exhibition is a requirement of the residency. The exhibition directly follows the residency. The exhibition will occur in either SNAP’s community or studio galleries within 6 months of the end of the residency.

For more information and to submit your application, please visit http://www.snapartists.com/emerging-artist-residence/

Artist Residency: Zea May Printmaking, Florence, MA

Deadline:For January – June 2018 residency  –  application deadline July 1, 2017

For July – December 2018 residency  –  application deadline February 1, 2018

Zea Mays Printmaking is one of the premier green studios in the USA. Housed in a late 19th century brick factory building in a sleepy section of Northampton, Massachusetts, our studio comprises 6000 sq. feet of printmaking bliss. Our Residency Program provides an opportunity for artists to work in a cutting-edge studio, research center, educational institution and artist community. We strive to create an environment that is both professional and personal with great respect for the creative process of each artist.  Residencies at Zea Mays Printmaking provide artists an opportunity to learn the latest developments in safer and non-toxic printmaking.

Our Residencies are designed to fit an artist’s unique needs and desires. The core of the Residency is a prolonged time to work in our green printmaking studio. In addition an artist can add workshops, personalized instruction, and individualized critique to their residency experience. It can be a time of learning and experimenting, or editioning or the execution of a pre-conceived project. We hope to establish lasting relationships and invite our residency artists to return to Zea Mays Printmaking throughout their careers.

Residencies are self-funded by the artists and their supporters.  Applications are reviewed by the studio director, Liz Chalfin, residency coordinator, Sheldon Carroll and rotating members of the studio.

For more information, please visit: www.zeamaysprintmaking.com/residencies/

SMALL FORMAT 2017

Deadline: August 4, 2017

Black Church Print Studio is now accepting works for its International Mini Print exhibition SMALL FORMAT.  promoting the diversity and creative processes of printmaking. This invitation is open to professional artists nationally and internationally. Images made using all printmaking techniques from traditional techniques such as lithography, relief, screen, etching to contemporary digital processes will be accepted.

For more information, visit www.print.ie or check them out on Facebook.

3rd New York International Miniature Print Exhibition at Manhattan Graphics Center

Deadline: August 5, 2017

Juror: Jennifer Farrell, Associate Curator of Modern and Contemporary Prints and Illustrated Books, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York.

The Manhattan Graphics Center (MGC) announces its 3rd juried competition and exhibition devoted to miniature prints. Last year, 222 artists from over 30 countries submitted work to this exhibition, bringing together a diverse representation of the print world today.

For more information and to submit your work, visit https://www.manhattangraphicscenter.org/copy-of-mini-print-exhibition-2016

3rd Annual Hand Pulled Prints Show at Site: Brooklyn

Deadline: August 10th, 2017

Juror: Marina Ancona, Master Print and founder of 10 Grand Press, Brooklyn, New York, and Santa Fe, New Mexico.

This is an open call to artists for an exhibition of prints at Site:Brooklyn. This exhibition will reflect the ambitious, innovative and contemporary in printmaking today. Highlighting traditional printmaking processes in any combination of serigraphy, letterpress, collagraphy, etching, woodcut, lithography, linocut, drypoint, mezzotint, monoprint and solar plates. Digital and photographic elements may be used only as a supporting element.

For more information, visit http://www.sitebrooklyn.com/opencall/

The Boston Printmakers 2017 North American Print Biennial: Cambridge, MA

Deadline: August 25th, 2017

Juror: Judith Brodie, Curator of Modern Prints and Drawings at the National Gallery of Art

Presenting the best in contemporary and traditional printmaking, the North American Print Biennial has long been recognized as one of the most prestigious events in printmaking. Founded in 1947, the mission of the Boston Printmakers is to promote public knowledge of printmaking, encourage and support artists working in printmaking, and promote excellence and innovation within the field of printmaking.

For more information, please visit http://www.bostonprintmakers.org/biennials/biennial-2017/

Galleri Heike Arndt DK—Mini Prints Berlin

Deadline for entries: September 15th
Exhibition opening: November

All professional artists are invited to participate in our Open Call Mini-Prints. The exhibition is a newly established exhibition and will become a recurrent event arranged by Galleri Heike Arndt DK in Berlin. By participating in this print exhibition, you are given the opportunity to exhibit your work at our gallery. Also, it is the perfect opportunity to develop your network within graphic art connecting you to many other Nordic and German-based artists.

For more information, please visit http://berlin.heike-arndt.dk/about-us/competition-and-events/mini-prints-berlin

 

Winter/Spring Keyholder Residency: Pyramid Atlantic Arts Center, MD

Deadline: September 22, 2017
Entry Fee: $25 Application Fee

Pyramid Atlantic Art Center’s Keyholder Residency is a competitive opportunity for emerging artists who want to have unlimited access to the studios in exchange for working 4 hours a week for PAAC. The residency is awarded to artists who hope to gain more knowledge and improve their skills in the printmaking, papermaking or book arts studios.  Two artists are selected per session (fall, winter & spring) by the PAAC artistic staff. Keyholders work in a productive community atmosphere alongside other artists, and are expected to abide by all studio policies.

 

Application: Project description-a letter of intent explaining why would you like to participate in the Keyholder Program, how this opportunity will affect your career goals, and what studios/equipment you plan on using, resume, 10 images of recent work, and $25 Application Fee.

For more information, please visit: http://www.pyramidatlanticartcenter.org/#!residency/co7a

‘Surrender to Small’: Small Works Juried Art Show at The Volition Gallery, NYC

Deadline: October 1, 2017.

Jurors:  Sue Barasi, Artist & Educator; Marisol Diaz, Artist & Educator; Ararat El Rawi, Art Collector; Maggie Leung, Artist & Filmmaker; Will Loschiavo, Writer & Art Collector

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Open to all artists in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut. Painting, drawing, photography, collage, printmaking and sculpture are all welcome. Artwork must not exceed 12” x 12”, including frame or base. Sculpture limited to 25 lbs. Work must have been completed within the past 2 years and not previously shown at the Volition Gallery. If applicable, artwork must be framed and ready to hang. All artwork must be for sale. The Volition Gallery shall receive 30% commission on any art sold from the premises.
Entry Fees: $30 for first 3 entries, $5.00 for each add’l entry (max. 5 entries total).

For more information and to submit your work, visit http://jazztune.wixsite.com/smallworks/entry-form

Artist-in-Residence Program: Minnesota Center for Book Arts, Minneapolis, MN

Deadline: November 1st, 2017

MCBA’s Artist-in-Residence (AIR) program is designed to support selected artists by providing financial and community resources, space, and access to equipment to assist in the creation and promotion of their work. Residencies may be from two weeks to three months in duration. Participation in the program is based on the artistic merit of proposed projects as well as the degree to which artists further MCBA’s artistic mission: to lead the advancement of the book as an evolving art form. MCBA envisions a world where book art is created, cultivated, celebrated and understood as a vital and lasting expression of culture. While integrating the elements of papermaking, bookbinding, printing, typography and graphic design, MCBA supports the limitless creative evolution of the book format. MCBA typically offers residencies in the Spring (January–April) and Summer (May–August) of each calendar year. Duration of a residency can be from 2 weeks to 3 months and is at the discretion of the artist, but should be based on the scope of their proposal.

For more information, please visit: http://www.mnbookarts.org/air/

2018 Residency Fellowship at Zea Mays Printmaking, Florence, MA

Deadline: December 15th, 2017

Zea Mays Printmaking is offering a subsidized fellowship for a 2-week residency in our printmaking studio to one printmaker who demonstrates artistic excellence, a love of printmaking and the intention of future achievement in the field of safer and non-toxic printmaking. Our residency offers the artist a private studio within the larger Zea Mays Printmaking facility.  The residency studio has a beautiful 40″ x 72″ Takach etching press, large worktables and 24/7 access.  Residency artists are housed in our on-site apartment which includes a full kitchen, bath, sitting room and private bedroom.  Access to the studios’ etching, screen printing, photopolymer and letterpress facilities is available during open studio hours.  Open to all printmakers who are working without solvents or committed to converting from traditional methods to sustainable practices.

For more information and to submit your application, visit http://www.zeamaysprintmaking.com/about/residencies/2018-residency-fellowship/

 

The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Footprint International Competition 2018, Norwalk, CT

Deadline: March 10, 2018

Juror: Susan Tallman, Art in Print, Editor-in-Chief.

The Center for Contemporary Printmaking’s Footprint International Competition 2018, is an opportunity for the presentation of current trends and innovations in contemporary printmaking within the bounds of the one square foot (12” x 12”) configuration. The square format was uncommon in art until the advent of abstraction and presents distinct challenges of composition and expression. Within these precise limits, artists must confront a space and create visual order and formal structure.

For more information and to submit your work, visit https://contemprints.org/exhibitions/calls-for-entries/

Opportunities: Rolling Applications

Open Call for Exhibitions: Local Project, Long Island City, NY

Deadline: Rolling

Local Project is a non-profit organization committed to building an educational forum for emerging artists of exceptional vision, and creating synergy between the exhibition of their work and the public. We believe diversity is essential to growth. Founded in 2003 by a group of artists and friends, LP is committed to offering year-round exhibitions, arts mentoring, classes, co- working space, art residencies and bilingual programming, while building bridges with other institutions; LP is creative harbor for all, where artist and community can collaborate towards a richer and fuller development of both.

For more information and to submit a proposal, please visit http://localproject.org/gallery-submissions/

OPEN CALL for Artists MAY – SEP 2017: Fish Factory, the Creative Centre of Stöðvarfjörður, Finland

Deadline: Rolling

The Creative Centre is located in Stöðvarfjörður, a remote village in the East fjords of Iceland. It was established in 2011 when a group of people acquired the abandoned Fish Factory of the village. The group funded a non-profit cooperation which owns the building and manages the daily operations and business of the Centre. The Centre is an independent initiative and has no financial ties to the local municipality or the Icelandic state. All team members are volunteers still today.

The Residency is multi-disciplinary and open for most creative directions:
Visual Art, New Media, Printmaking, Ceramics, Sculpture, Dance, Performing Arts, Land Art, Textile Art, Music, Literature, Crafts, Sustainable Design, Engineering & Photography.

The purpose of the program is to provide emerging and established artists, creatives, designers and progressive thinkers a port for free expression. We offer access to a range of studios and work facilities, and a place to meet with other creative people in a small collaborative community. The Centre has fully equipped wood & metal workshops, ceramic workshop, kitchen, small library, sewing workshop and a Concert hall.

For more information, please visit: http://www.inhere.is

Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery, Newburgh, NY

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming opportunities

Safe Harbors’ award winning Ann Street Gallery provides exhibitions, events and programs that encourage a greater public understanding and appreciation of contemporary art across cultures and between generations. Since opening its doors in 2007, the Ann Street Gallery has brought the finest in contemporary art from across the county and around the globe to downtown Newburgh, creating a cultural hub in the community that is free, open and accessible to neighbors and visitors alike and earning the distinction of being a four-time winner of Best Gallery in the Hudson Valley by the readers of the Times Herald Record. Under the umbrella of Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a nonprofit organization that combines supportive housing and the arts, the gallery has evolved into a venue that has supported hundreds of artists through a highly respected exhibition program and community events. The unique 1700 square foot gallery hosts a new exhibition approximately every six weeks, featuring established and emerging artists who work in a wide cross-section of media and divergent genres.

For more information, please visit http://www.safe-harbors.org/ann-street-gallery/submissions/

Adolph Konrad Artist in Residency Program, Printmaking Center of New Jersey, Branchburg, NJ

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming deadlines

PCNJ offers an annual 6-week summer residency to professional artists who are interested in developing new and innovative work in printmaking, papermaking and their related disciplines, focusing on a “green” non-toxic approach. PCNJ welcomes applicants with diverse perspectives, personal narrative and style. PCNJ does not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation or socioeconomic background. PCNJ’s artist in residence program was created in the memory of renowned artist, Adolf Konrad and provides an opportunity to one artist each year to utilize the Center’s printmaking studios. Adolf Konrad understood the many benefits a studio can provide for an artist who needs intense concentration to conceptualize, explore and create a new body of work. PCNJ is committed to helping arrange for the special needs of the artist, publicity for both the artist and the program, and to providing exposure for the artist’s work.

For more information, please visit http://www.printnj.org/artist-residency.html

Open Call Residency Application: Zygote Press, Cleveland, OH

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming deadlines

Zygote accepts applications for two 14-day residencies per year, one in summer and one in winter. Qualified artist residents should be established printmakers in the U.S. or abroad with the aim to work on a special project in Zygote’s Northeast Ohio facilities. These residencies include free housing in the Zygote Press Artist Share Space (ZPASS) loft apartment — a live-work accommodation above the E. 30th St. studio — as well as a stipend and full access to the shop for two weeks. In exchange, residents give a lecture or demonstration and donate one work created at Zygote to the archive. Additional Zygote funding is not available for travel costs.Zygote’s program is geared towards providing short-term communal studio space to emerging and established artists.

For more information, please visit http://zygotepress.com/inhabit-zygote/open-call-wintersummerfellowship-residencies/

Artist Residency: Ratamo Printmaking and Photography Centre, Jyväskylä, Finland

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming opportunities

Ratamo Printmaking and Photography Centre includes Galleria Ratamo along with both printmaking and photography studios, and is geared for those interested in creating, experimenting and learning printmaking and photographic techniques.

Galleria Ratamo presents primarily printmaking and photography exhibitions.

Ratamo Printmaking and Photography Centre welcomes printmakers to apply for a yearly one month residence in October. The deadline for applications is the end of May. More information about the residence can be found in our English website.

Ratamo’s residency program offers:
– free accommodation at the guest room in the city
– free working at the printshop (except plates, papers and special materials)
– a grant of 400 € for living and material costs
– a living local artists´ community

For more information, visit: http://www.jyvaskyla.fi/ratamo

Artist Residency: Kala Art Institute, Berkeley, CA

Deadlines: March 15 (residencies starting in April, May, June, July, or August)
July 15 (residencies starting in August, September, October, November, or December)
October 15 (residencies starting in November, December, January, February, or March)

Artists working in various printmaking techniques, photo-processes, book arts and digital media including video production can apply to become an Artist-in-Residence at Kala Art Institute. Residency applications are accepted online three times per year. Artists who apply for residency should be familiar with at least one of the media offered at Kala. Considerations for acceptance are conceptual creativity and technical knowledge. Kala encourages use of both traditional and new technologies, and their admixture.

Resident artists receive 24-hour access to the printmaking workshop and/or electronic media center, individual storage space, possible exposure on Kala’s website and in other exhibitions at Kala or outside exhibition spaces, and participation in a vital, international artistic community. Artists also receive a 20% discount on classes and private tutoring offered by Kala.

For more information, please visit: http://www.kala.org/air/air.html

Malaspina Printmakers Artist Residencies, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Costs: The residency is free of charge. Limited funding for production, travel, and accommodation is available

Malaspina is a nonprofit artist-run center that supports the development of printmaking as a contemporary art form and promotes and preserves traditional print practice. The center’s main objectives are to advance knowledge of printmaking in the community and facilitate the critical and technical exploration of printmaking in contemporary visual art practice.

Visiting artist residencies are intended for established artists from outside of Vancouver. Print research residencies are intended for established artists who intend to integrate print media into their existing practices.

Residencies typically offer contemporary print artists the opportunity to work for one month at Malaspina’s studio free of charge. The residency is aimed at providing a new environment and stimuli for the artist to help expand her or his artistic practice. Given the unique geography of Vancouver, artists who produce site specific work have found this residency especially useful, as have artists who engage with communities and geographies as part of their research material. During the residency, artists may be invited to give a lecture on their work and offer a workshop or demonstration of their specific technique(s). The program offers artists a unique opportunity to exchange ideas with other print artists and discover Vancouver’s internationally acclaimed arts community while further developing their practice.

For more information, please visit http://www.malaspinaprintmakers.com/submissions

 

Open Call for Exhibitions: Zygote Press, Cleveland, OH

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming deadlines

Zygote Press is an artist workshop promoting contemporary fine-art printing. Through advocacy, exhibitions, community programs, and affordable, professional workspace, Zygote stimulates collective exchange. Here, artists create new work, audiences explore new ideas, and collaborations strengthen our community.Zygote accepts Curatorial and Exhibition proposals throughout the year. Exhibition proposals must include at least one print-based artist. Zygote provides curators with a small stipend.  The curator/artist proposing exhibition are encouraged to view gallery specifications and see the space during gallery hours in order to tailor their proposal to the space.

For more information, please visit http://zygotepress.com/inhabit-zygote/curatorial-and-exhibitions-proposal/

Denbo Fellowship: Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, Hyattsville, MD

Deadline: Rolling application

This Fellowship is designed to offer artists, from a range of artistic disciplines, an environment conducive to individual and collaborative creative practice, and provides a unique opportunity to complete a new body of work at Pyramid Atlantic Art Center. Selected artists will receive up to one month of access to the printshop, paper studio and/or bindery , keys to studios and 24 hour access, ten hours of one-on-one technical assistance, housing less than one mile from Pyramid Atlantic Art Center, storage space and flat file for tools and materials, and use of standard shop supplies.

For more information, please visit http://www.pyramidatlanticartcenter.org/fellowship

Artist Residency: Art Print Residence, Barcelona, Spain

Deadline: Rolling Admission
Entry Fee: Artists have to pay a non refundable deposit of 30% from total cost to secure the reservation. Naturally this quantity will be deducted from the total cost.

There is no specific Call for submission to work in Art Print Residence. We are open all year on a first come, first served basis. So book in advance and be sure there is space to accommodate you and your project. Art Print Residence staff will select high quality projects, giving priority to those based in printmaking. We accept projects that should be possible to realize in our installations, using our facilities and expertise. We also consider artist’s statement and previous work.
For more information, please visit: http://artprintresidence.com/printmaking-residencies/

Artist Residency: Spark Box Studio, Ontario, Canada

Deadline: Rolling Admission
Entry Fee: $15.00 application fee payable to Spark Box Studio (CAD dollars).

Spark Box Studio’s Artist Residency Program provides live/work space to accommodate both emerging and professional printmakers, photographers, painters, illustrators and writers. Artists-in-residence have access to our professional studio and resources. The Residency Program affords artists the space and time to support the advancement of their careers and to strengthen their practice. Our program also offers a variety of career building opportunities for artists including our Emerging Artist Guide, opportunities for business workshops with local professionals and consultations with local artists and curators.

For more information, please visit: http://sparkboxstudio.com/residency/

 

HARP Horse and Art Research Program: Barnag, Hungary

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming opportunities

PROGRAM an intensive program designed for artists, who are interested in combining equine studies and visual arts. We are looking for artists interested in horse culture, as well as riders interested in art. Both weeks will include daily practice and lessons of horsemanship, horsearchery, anatomically correct riding. Discussions and lectures will be held with the main focus on fine art research and equine studies. The 2017 program is the third in a series for years to come. HARP is centered around different research themes each year. This summer we will focus on printmaking in postcontemporary art. We think, postcontemporary is important, because it can solve problems, which contemporary can not. We would like to experiment with printmaking in relation to horses both in a historical and in a (post)contemporary context. We are looking for artists, who are open for conceptual experiments using traditional techniques. Professional supervision will be at hand, it is not necessary to have previous experience with printmaking. Copper engraving, etching, woodcut, linocut can be printed. Materials will be provided, but artists are responsible for their knives and pins. Guest lecturers will be invited, excursions and an exhibition will be organised at the end of the residency at our new HARP barn gallery.

For more information, please visit: http://www.horseandart.hu

Artist Residency: Project-Based Residency, Lawrence Art Center, KS

Deadline: Rolling Admission
Application Fee: $15

Goal: To help support, sustain, and foster growth in local arts and artists by providing material support for development of special projects, with an emphasis on interdisciplinary works, helping local artists to create works competitive on a national scale.

Selected artists will receive a stipend of up to $300 per project, use of studio space at Arts Center established times, and up to 8 hours of private instruction in any studio space or medium. Housing will be provided, and the duration of the project based residency is 2 weeks – 4 months.

For more information, please visit: https://lawrenceartscenter.org/artist-resources/residencies/

 

Call for applications: Summer Studio Residency at San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI)

Deadline: Check website for latest updates and upcoming opportunities

SFAI’s Summer Studio Residency program combines the benefits of a prestigious artist’s residency with the rigor of graduate-level study in the arts. Unique for its demanding critique structure, individualized support, and personalized engagement with internationally recognized artists and scholars, the residency is an eight-week intensive specifically designed for undergraduates or recent baccalaureate graduates who wish to advance and refine their work. The location of the program in San Francisco—a vibrant community with world-class museums, a robust emerging artist scene, and breathtaking natural resources—offers students an uncommon urban experience.

For more information, please visit: http://sfai.edu/degree-programs/summer-residency-program

Artist Residency: Pilotenkueche, Leipzig, Germany

Deadline: 4 Yearly deadlines, check site for details.

The project “PILOTENKUECHE” supports artists and is an international artist-run residence with an art program based in the newly remodeled HALLE 14 of the famous Spinnerei complex in Leipzig, Germany. The non-profit institution is organized by artists with a transdisciplinarily background between art, theory & diverse sciences. They are always looking for artists to participate in the next and upcoming rounds of our international artist residence & program. We will be accepting applications any time.

The program invites selected artists from around the world to come and work in the space for an individual period of 3-5 month or longer. Eight-to-Ten artists each work on an individual or collaborative project during a three-to-five months period working in their own area within the 243m² communal loft hall. The communal working space can be used 24-hours a day. Selected artists will receive all documentation necessary to apply for funding and the visa process.

For more information, please visit: http://westside.pilotenkueche.net/?page_id=52

Artist Residency: Malaspina Printmakers Residencies, Vancouver, BC

Deadline: Rolling Admission 

Residencies typically offer contemporary print artists the opportunity to work for one month at Malaspina’s studio free of charge. The residency is aimed at providing a new environment and stimuli for the artist to help expand her or his artistic practice. Given the unique geography of Vancouver, artists who produce site specific work have found this residency especially useful, as have artists who engage with communities and geographies as part of their research material. During the residency, artists may be invited to give a lecture on their work and offer a workshop or demonstration of their specific technique(s). The program offers artists a unique opportunity to exchange ideas with other print artists and discover Vancouver’s internationally acclaimed arts community while further developing their practice.
For more information, please visit: http://www.malaspinaprintmakers.com/submissions

Studio Internship: Administrative/ Design and Studio Internships, Printmaking Center of New Jersey, NJ

Deadline: Rolling Admission

The Printmaking Center of New Jersey seeks unpaid, credited interns to work on administrative tasks related to the day-to-day operations of a small non-profit fine arts organization, working closely with Studio Program Manager and Director. Candidates will assist in coordination and execution of all administration areas, including database entry, design (for website and printed brochures/postcards), education programming, cataloguing artwork for collections and exhibitions, membership newsletters, maintaining social media and outreach relationships. The ideal candidates will possess excellent writing and research skills, experience with Microsoft and Apple applications, including Excel, database systems, and the Adobe Creative Suite. Long-term/multi-semester engagements are possible, as well as future contract work for the right candidate. Studio use is available for interested candidates. Candidates must be current college students or recent graduates, available 1-2 days per week for minimum of one semester. There may be occasional weekend and/or evening hours.

For more information, please visit: http://www.printnj.org/internship.html

Studio Internship: College Internship at Spudnik Press, Chicago, IL

Deadline: Rolling Admission

Internships at Spudnik Press focus on bringing students into every aspect of facilitating a community studio. Internships balance administrative tasks with hands-on printing activities. Interns assist with daily maintenance of the shop, included cleaning, stocking, and ordering supplies. Marketing tasks include website updates, online marketing, writing short event summaries and product descriptions for new posts and the online store. Administrative projects can include financial and statistical record keeping, processing donation-recognition letters, and maintaining a database of members, students, other authorized printers, and an art archive. Depending on the skill sets and interests of the student, there are also opportunities for assisting with workshops through our Young Artist and Education programs, installing exhibitions, and assisting printers through the Residency or Publishing program. After becoming familiar with how Spudnik Press Cooperative functions, we work with students to choose a self-guided project that builds off of their abilities and learning goals, while meeting the needs of our studio. We are able to work with students to match internships to their school schedules and requirements. However, internships typically begin the first week of January, June, and September, and continue for 14 weeks. We are able to work with approximately two interns per internship period. Please contact info@spudnikpress.org with questions.

For more information, please visit: http://www.spudnikpress.org/young-artists/college-internships/