FALL 2019 / WINTER 2020 OPEN CALL WILL BEGIN FRIDAY, MARCH 15TH 2019 AND CLOSE SUNDAY APRIL 28TH AT MIDNIGHT
The Space and Time Artist Residency at Guttenberg Arts provides artists with a $1,200.00 USD stipend to cover material, travel, and housing in conjunction with 24/7 shared access to a 4,500 sq. ft. professionally equipped workspace for the visual arts including printmaking, dark room and ceramics facilities for three months in Guttenberg, New Jersey (just across the Hudson River). Artists will also be given a group show at the end of the residency, as well as studio visits from accomplished professionals from the art world. Each artist is required to give a free public artist lecture or workshop towards the close of their three month residency and spend a minimum of 15 hours a week in studio. We highly recommend a site visit to our building if you are unsure of your commute or have questions regarding our facilities. Artists are selected by a blind jury of arts professionals on the merits of their work. Please note we do not provide housing accommodations.
Guttenberg Arts is dedicated to promoting the visual arts by providing practicing artists with the space and time to develop their work while engaging with the public. Guttenberg Arts aims to increase opportunities for supported artists by expanding their community through artistic collaborations and promotion to curators and collectors in the tri-state area.
Fall 2019 Residency will be 9/6 - 12/6 & Winter 2020 Residency will be 1/6 - 4/6
FALL RESIDENCY IS SEPTEMBER 6TH - DECEMBER 6TH 2019
WINTER RESIDENCY IS JANUARY 6TH - APRIL 6TH 2020
- Applications for both Fall 2019 and Winter 2020 residencies will be due by Sunday April 28th at 11:59pm.
- Applicants will be emailed final notification by Friday June 14th, 2019.
- Statement of Intent/Project Proposal (500 words or less)
- Artist Statement (500 words or less)
- Artist CV
- Artist Workshop Proposal
- 10 images (up to 5mb each, 300 dpi is recommended)
- List of Work (stating title, materials, dimensions, date)
Guttenberg Arts is committed to supporting artists of diverse cultural, sexual, and ethnic backgrounds. Guttenberg Arts does not discriminate based on age, gender, ethnicity, sexuality, or ability/disability of artists, and welcomes work whose content reflects the lived experiences of the applicants. You must be 21 years old or older and not currently enrolled in any undergraduate or graduate degree program. Please note we do not provide housing accommodations.
Incomplete or incorrect application will automatically be disqualified, please read the application requirements carefully before beginning the application online. For any questions please contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARTIST PARTICIPATION EXPECTATIONS
Artist in Resident participants are expected make a serious commitment to the program for the entire three-month session and to utilize the studio actively and consistently (on average artists are in the studio 15 hours per week). In addition, artists are required to give an public artist talk or teach one public workshop. It is vital to the success of the program that Artist in Resident participants fully take advantage of the unique resources we are able to provide. For this reason, Artist in Resident participants cannot simultaneously participate in another residency or degree-granting program while participating in Guttenberg Arts Space and Time Artist Residency.
FORMATTING OF WORK SAMPLES: DIGITAL IMAGES
File name: Images numbered in the order you would like them to be seen and labeled according to the titles on your list of work. (Example- “01untitled.jpg, 02sunset.jpg, 03Portrait.jpg”)
File size: No larger than 5.0 MB (each image) at 300dpi
File format: .JPG (preferred)
No composite images will be reviewed. A composite image is a single image file that is comprised of multiple images. Images of diptychs, installations, and multi-part works are not considered composites and are permissible.
Images will be shown in the order they are uploaded and are viewed at roughly 30" x 40" per image via high definition digital monitor. Moderators will read aloud the materials, dimensions, and date of the image; panelists will have access to this information as well.