Deadline: September 16, 2019
Martha Street Studio writes:
Deadline for applications: September 16, 2019
Residency duration: two weeks
Residency will take place in 2020
Martha Street Studio is accepting submissions for its third Residency Exchange with Centre For Artistic and Social Practice (Hamilton, ON). Each organization selects one artist from its membership to attend a two week self-directed residency at the partner organization where artists work on a print-based project and receive the following:
- $600 artist fee
- $600 towards additional expenses
- two weeks of complimentary studio time at the partner organization
- up to three hours of technical assistance at the partner organization
- a one year membership to the partner organization
Artists must be able to work independently in their chosen medium and will arrange the timing of the self-directed residency with the partner organization. Artists are further responsible for arranging their own transportation and accommodation. All applicants must have a valid membership at the time of application.
- project proposal (1 page maximum) of work to be completed while at Centre
- current CV
- list of technical requirements
- 10 images (maximum) as jpegs (1024 x 768 pixels, 72 dpi)
- corresponding image list with title, medium, dimensions, year
Send submissions to, or for more information contact email@example.com.
Centre’s extensive Print Media facilities are housed in a 6000 square foot arts centre, located at the heart of the James Street North Arts District. Centre for artistic and social practice is an artist-run centre that is dedicated to promoting print and media arts in contemporary artistic discourse for practicing artists and the community at large. As a production, exhibition, and education centre and animator of community arts, Centre supports both traditional and experimental print media and media art practices. The centre encourages research and innovation and provides forums for discussion and examination of critical and theoretical issues. Centre supports artists in the development of their professional endeavors and acts as a resource centre for the visual and media arts community.
More information on facilities can be found here: http://centre3.com/facilities/