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John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry Residency
The John Michael Kohler Arts/Industry residency is a long-term residency in Kohler, Wisconsin. The residency is open to visual artists worldwide. Applications are accepted year-round, but there is a deadline of April 1 for residencies in the following calendar year. Major funding is provided by Kohler Co.
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National Park Services
The National Park Services offers opportunities for two-dimensional visual artists, photographers, sculptors, performers, writers, composers, and craft artists to live and work in the parks. There are currently 29 parks participating in the Artist-In-Residence program.
Artists in Residence is a fine art and craft gallery featuring on site artist studios and art instruction.  Work by artists with studios at AIR can be seen at all times and special exhibitions are launched quarterly.  Works include but are not limited to traditional and contemporary paintings in oil, acrylic, and watercolor, drawings, sculpture, pottery, and hand-pulled prints.  Artwork shown varies widely in style and price so there is truly something for everyone!  AIR is located in beautiful downtown LaGrange GA.
Appalachian Center for Craft
The Appalachian Center for Craft is seeking an Artist in Residence (AIR) of exceptional talent to provide support in the Clay Department. The purpose of the AIR program is to provide a creative, residential environment for emerging professional artists and to broaden student and faculty awareness of new approaches and techniques. The Craft Center's mission is to offer the finest studio professional craft education through the Bachelor of Fine Arts degree, Certificate of Accomplishment and workshop programs, and to provide a regional cultural resource through the workshop, exhibition, and gallery programs. Click here for more information.














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