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Artists-in-Residence

The Artists-In-Residence program supports emerging and mid-career craft artists who want to develop their art in a collaborative, community-based arts center. This residency encourages artists to explore new ideas and further develop their studio practice in craft.

Residencies begin February 3, 2021

APPLICATIONS CLOSED


Media requirements: Fiber, Clay, Jewelry & Metalsmithing, Wood
Length of Residency: 6 month residencies available; granting 2 residencies

The Artist-in-Residence program supports emerging and mid-career artists to develop their artwork in a collaborative, community-based arts center.  This residency is for self-directed artists that are focused on their studio practice and interested in gaining experience in arts administration and teaching. Craft Alliance is located in the Delmar Maker District of St. Louis, an upcoming active urban setting with a thriving arts community. Resident artists are expected to be self-motivated and capable of working independently yet cooperatively in a professional studio setting.

Qualifications:
Resident artists should have a BA, BFA or MFA degree, and have a focus in clay, metals, fiber or wood. Must be a US citizen.