2024 Residency Program for New York State Artists
The Saltonstall Foundation is offering its annual residencies for artists and writers in a nurturing community and serene environment. With a focus on inclusivity, their five-person residencies cater to poets, fiction writers, photographers, filmmakers, and visual artists. We prioritize diversity, welcoming applications regardless of background or identity. Additionally, our facilities prioritize accessibility for artists and writers with physical disabilities, featuring private accessible living and studio spaces. Our 2024 residencies include a special session for artist/writer parents from May 30th to June 6th.
Icebox Project Space
Photo still of 3rd Ave Car Dealerships (2018) by Allison Kaufman. Courtesy of Icebox Project Space.
Icebox Project Space invites artists to enter the 20/92 Video Festival, celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2024. This festival spotlights short-form video creations from artists, filmmakers, animators, dancers, and performance media creators. Although not based in New York, this Philadelphia gallery space offers a vast 3,700 square feet that offers a unique chance to showcase your work on a grand scale. Submitted videos should run for under 5 minutes, and the screenings will take place from January 26th to February 25th.
Nicholas Milkovich (Current Resident), "Wonderful", assorted fabrics & insulation foam, 2022
Residency Unlimited NYC-Based Artist Residency Program focuses on artists typically marginalized in the arts, encouraging applications from Black, Indigenous, and People of Color artists exploring identity in personal or communal contexts. This three-month residency, running from April 1st to June 30th, 2024, collaborates with Guest Curator Hayley Ferber. Residency Unlimited (RU), a non-profit organization housed within a converted South Congregational Church in Carroll Gardens, Brooklyn, supports contemporary art and ideas through its residency and year-round public programs. The space serves as a central hub for community activities, talks, screenings, performances, and exhibitions, providing resident artists and curators a platform for research, meetings, and occasional creative production. The application deadline for this opportunity is Sunday, December 31, 2023.