Deadline: May 1, 2023
Eligibility: Short-Term Residencies generally occur between September 1, 2023– May 1, 2024. Please note, summer months (May – August) are reserved for AIA Groups. The Short-Term Residency is ideal for ceramic artists seeking to invest in their personal studio practice, complete a special project, or that simply need uninterrupted time to work in a well-equipped Studio with a supportive community environment. We accept applications from individuals at least 18 years of age or older with non-academic backgrounds, students and/or post-academic individuals, professional artists, and educators for residency periods lasting 2-12 weeks. Acceptance to the program is dependent on evident and developed skill in an applicants work, the ability of individuals to be self-directed with prior experience and knowledge about ceramic processes, as well as the availability of requested dates of attendance. If you would like to learn more about our program, please visit the “Past Short-Term Residents” page to get a sense of the artists that have been accepted in prior years.
Scholarships are available for qualified candidates that identify as BIPOC or LGBTQ. Funding may be used towards residency fees and travel. In order to be considered for this scholarship, please indicate your interest within the Additional Comments/Notes section of the application. Should you have any questions feel free to contact us.
Lodging & Studio:
We provide a fully furnished, well-appointed house with private rooms and a large kitchen that is close to Red Lodge’s amenities; restaurants, grocery store, etc. Our studio facility (Fox Studio) is well-equipped with numerous types of kilns, a slab roller, extruder, throwing wheels, clay mixer, sand-blaster, spray-booth, and wood shop. Short-term residents will be responsible for Residency Fees, all travel and personal living expenses, as well as material and firing expenses. Keep in mind that the Studio facility is 6 miles north of Resident Housing and residents will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the studio. Visit our Facilities page to learn more about Resident Housing, Fox Studio, and the RLCC Gallery.
Benefits & Opportunities:
Studio – Fully-Equipped, Large Shared Studio Space (1400 sq. ft.) with 24/7 access
Housing – Large house w/Private Rooms, Fully furnished, Linens provided, Fully Equipped Kitchen (sorry, no pets)
Qualified candidates that identify as BIPOC or LGBTQ are eligible for an honorarium, used towards residency fees and travel.Exceptional Facilities and supportive ceramics community
Discounted Materials and Firings
$35.00/day (Includes Housing & Studio)
$150.00 Security Deposit (refundable)
$35.00 Maintenance Fee (one-time fee)
All applications will need to be submitted online through our slideroom portal (see link at top of page). In order to apply to the STR Program you will need the following;
– Letter of Intent/Residency Proposal
– Artist’s Statement
– Up to 15 images of current work (minimum 10)
– 3 References (name, phone, and email contact)
– $40 application fee payable through Slideroom.
For more information, feel free to contact our Programs Coordinator; Nathan Goddard.
Phone: (406) 446-3993 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org