Gallery 263 Summer ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM

HOW TO APPLY

Please compile one PDF document following the instructions below. Then, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Please compile one PDF document following the instructions below. Then, fill out the form at the bottom of this page.

Document Contents:

Title your document: LastName_FirstName_ResidencyProposal2018.pdf

1. Narrative (one page max)
Answer the following questions:

I. What have you been making lately?

II. In what direction do you want to take your work?

III. How would this residency opportunity aide that development?

We understand the creative process. The narrative is a tentative proposal of your time during the residency.

2. Images & Information
Please put images into the PDF document so that one large image fills each page. Directly underneath each image, please provide the following information: Artist (if group application), Title, media, dimensions, year.

For solo applicants: you may include up to 15 examples of recent work (within the last three years), related to the work you hope to make during the residency. For group applications please provide 4 artwork examples per group member.

For video/audio submissions, provide links for online streaming (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.). For installation projects, please include sketches, mock-ups, etc.

3. CV or resume (one page) for both solo applicants, or for each artist in group applications.

Fee:

You may pay online as the final step of the form via Paypal or Credit Card. When you hit “Submit” you will be redirected to Paypal.

Important Note & More Information

Applications should take into consideration both the possibilities and the limitations of Gallery 263. There will be multiple artists working in the gallery and your plans should take into account the nature of a shared workspace.

Familiarize yourself with our space, using the floorplan, images of the space, and images of past exhibitions.  We encourage you to pay us a visit in person.

Document Co

Title your document: LastName_FirstName_ResidencyProposal2018.pdf

1. Narrative (one page max)
Answer the following questions:

I. What have you been making lately?

II. In what direction do you want to take your work?

III. How would this residency opportunity aide that development?

We understand the creative process. The narrative is a tentative proposal of your time during the residency.

2. Images & Information
Please put images into the PDF document so that one large image fills each page. Directly underneath each image, please provide the following information: Artist (if group application), Title, media, dimensions, year.

For solo applicants: you may include up to 15 examples of recent work (within the last three years), related to the work you hope to make during the residency. For group applications please provide 4 artwork examples per group member.

For video/audio submissions, provide links for online streaming (Vimeo, YouTube, etc.). For installation projects, please include sketches, mock-ups, etc.

3. CV or resume (one page) for both solo applicants, or for each artist in group applications.

Fee:

You may pay online as the final step of the form via Paypal or Credit Card. When you hit “Submit” you will be redirected to Paypal.

Important Note & More Information

Applications should take into consideration both the possibilities and the limitations of Gallery 263. There will be multiple artists working in the gallery and your plans should take into account the nature of a shared workspace.

Familiarize yourself with our space, using the floorplan, images of the space, and images of past exhibitions.  We encourage you to pay us a visit in person.

Opportunity: St. Elmo’s Residency

https://art.utexas.edu/st-elmo

Application Deadline: Monday, April 15, 2019 by 11:59pm. 

Only artists graduating from an MFA program in Fall 2018 through July 1, 2019 are eligible to apply.

A joint project of the Department of Art and Art History and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center at The University of Texas at Austin. Residency period: Early-August 2019 through Mid‑May 2020

•   24-hour access to a private 1800-square-foot studio
•   Private furnished house capable of accommodating the fellow and a partner *
•   $30,000 stipend
•   Basic health insurance
•   Part-time teaching experience at UT Austin
•   Part-time teaching experience at the Wildflower Center
•   Solo exhibition at the Wildflower Center in restored 19th-century carriage house gallery (1800 square feet)


Opportunity: 2019 Real Art Awards Call for Entries

2019 Real Art Awards Call for Entries.

Six artists will receive: $2,500 prize, a solo exhibit at Real Art Ways in 2019 or 2020, an exhibition publication with essay, curatorial assistance, and the opportunity for an artist talk. Only students graduating in 2019 can apply.
Our 2019 jurors are: 
Terry Jenoure, Artist / Curator, Director, Augusta Savage Gallery
Olu Oguibe, Artist / Critic
Will K. Wilkins, Executive Director of Real Art Ways.
Some essential info:

  • Emerging artists in New England, New Jersey, and New York can apply
  • Artists working in all media are welcome
  • There is NO entry fee
    – DEADLINE: March 29, 11:59 EDT, 2019
  • SMFA Alumn Sophia Plater (MFA 2018) received the prize in 2018

Opportunity: Gallery 263 National Juried Call for Art

National Juried Call for Art: Light vs. Dark

Gallery 263’s upcoming national juried exhibition Light vs. Dark invites artists working in any media to submit their interpretations of either subject. Light and dark may not only refer to artwork visually, but could also be depicted in the content of the work itself. Juried by Ruth Erickson, the Mannion Family Curator at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, MA. Open to all US residents. All visual and performance media (2D, 3D, time-based) will be considered. 

Deadline: March 31, 2019 at 11:59 PM (FYI: Two SMFA Alumn work at Gallery 263)

Apply online: http://gallery263.com/artist-opportunities/light-vs-dark-call-for-art/