Looking ahead is part of the work a career artist must accomplish on a regular basis. Looking ahead to new opportunities, to new artistic horizons, to new ways to network and build out skillsets. While this work can feel like something in addition to your regular practice, a distraction, in fact, they are an integral part of your practice. Diligence in this arena is key to a successful career.
Stochastic Labs invites applications for fully sponsored residencies for international artists, engineers, scientists and entrepreneurs. Length of residency varies, but all include a private apartment at the Stochastic Labs mansion, co-working and/or dedicated workspace, shop access, a $1K monthly stipend and a materials budget. For more information and to apply, visit the website. Applications are rolling.
The Ankhlave Garden Project Fellowship invites artists who are of Black, Latinx, Indigenous, and or POC background based in NYC to submit their work for an open call. In their own words:
“Five Fellows will have access to Materials for the Arts to produce a work under the theme (To Be Announced). Each artist will create two works that are in conversation with each other. The first will be a public artwork presented summer 2022 on the grounds of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and another exhibited in a traditional gallery setting following the public art installations. The Public Art exhibit will be curated by former AnkhLave Garden Project Fellow, and current AnkhLave Curator in Residence, Cecilia Andre.
Brooklyn Botanic Garden will pay an artist honorarium of $1,000 and will reimburse up to $1,000 in expenses (materials, fabrication etc.) One of the five selected artists will receive up to $10,000 for the expenses/fabrication/installation of an original treehouse inspired land inclosure.”
For more information and to apply, visit the website. Deadline is January 6.
The Good Hart Artist Residency invites visual artists to apply for 10-21 day residency periods. Artists at any stage of their careers are welcome to apply. Residency includes private housing, detached studio and a $500 stipend. There is a kitchen stocked with staple foods as well as some home-cooked meals from local hosts. For more information and to apply, visit the website. Deadline for applications is January 11.
Praxis Center understands the road is not always easy. We offer tools and resources to make sure every artist has the best chance of achieving the career they always dreamed of. When you join, you unlock so much more than tips and tricks. You open doors that can change your career, your life. Join Praxis today and see how far it can take you.
Brainard Carey is an author, artist and educator. He is the director of Praxis for Aesthetics. He has written six books for artists, most recently Making it in the Art World.
Photo credit: Good Hart Artist Residency