Tag: workspace



BEFORE APPLYING TO AN ARTIST OPPORTUNITY: SU-SU-STUDIO: FINDING THE RIGHT SPACE (PART 3 OF 4)

Private or shared studio space? Requirements or restrictions necessary to your work? Consider these factors when looking for an artist workspace. There comes a point in every artist’s life when they decide it’s time to move the easel out of the basement and into a place of its own: a studio! Every studio space comes…

FIRE UP YOUR SPRING

Roundup of Ceramic Arts Opportunities from NYFA Source Time to get your hands on some clay! Springtime is the season to apply for pottery workspace grants and fellowships. We’ve gathered a list of upcoming deadlines for ceramics opportunities around the country. Baltimore Clayworks Lormina Salter Residency Fellowship & Margie and Tom Pozefsky Fellowship for Emerging…

Con Edison Immigrant Artist Program Newsletter, Issue No. 62

Special Report: LMCC’s Workspace Program The Con Edison Immigrant Artist Newsletter provides artist opportunities on a monthly basis. From our research, one of the most popular categories is residency programs. Artist and Mentor Liene Bosquê arranged for Immigrant Artist Mentoring Program participants to meet with Will Penrose, Program Manager, Artists Residencies, Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC);…

Valuing Brick and Mortar: Alternative Ways to Gain Access to Artist Spaces

Awards, space rentals, residencies, and more Being a successful artist is often about finding ways to rethink obstacles — and ultimately triumph over some of the day-to-day challenges that can complicate your ability to fully express your creative practice. This article provides insight into addressing a common issue for artists: acquiring a workspace. As a…