EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE LONG MEADOW ART RESIDENCY
When are the 2023-2024 Artist-in-Residence program applications due?
The 2023-2024 Artist-In-Residence program applications are due April 30 2023.
When does the residency begin and end?
The residencies are 3 months long. The Fall Residency begins in September 2023 and goes through January 2024. The Winter Residency starts February 2024 and ends April 2024. Exact day of start TBD with the individual artist.
Do you accept late applications?
Unfortunately, we cannot grant extensions. You must submit your application by 11:59 pm ET on April 30, 2023.
Is there a fee to apply?
There is no fee to apply to the Artist-in-Residence program.
Do you accept international applicants?
Due to visa restrictions, we cannot accept international applicants at this time.
Which documents does the application require?
We recommend a resume (or CV), and an artist statement. No word documents please; these materials should be consolidated into a single PDF file. In addition, you can send a link or upload 8–10 images and/or videos.
When will I hear back about my application?
Residencies will be awarded and announced here on May 31, 2023. Unfortunately, we will not be able to contact every applicant, so if you don't hear from us by May 31st, please consider reapplying for the next season.
Can I receive feedback about my application?
Due to the overwhelming response of applicants, we are not able to give feedback at this time.
How much does the residency award each artist?
A stipend of $3,000/month and reimburse materials up to $2500. In addition, LMAR will provide lodging, car transportation, and utilities.
Do I have to work in a specific medium to apply?
Come one come all. All mediums are welcome.
Do I need to have a specific project in mind before I apply?
No. We want to see your portfolio of work to date. Anything can be considered.
Is there an education requirement for the residency?
No, there is no education requirement for the Artist-in-Residence program.
Who will be reviewing my application?
The LMAR Board will review all applications.
Are recommendation letters required?
Recommendation letters are not required, but they are highly encouraged. Any information pertaining to your application will be reviewed.
What kind of support does the residency offer residents?
Please see the residency page for everything that is included.
How long is the residency?
Each residency is three months.
How will my work be presented at the end of my residency?
Work can be shown both during and at the end of during open studio weekends. At the conclusion of the residency, In conjunction with the artist, either a show or photo version of all work will organized.
Are we required to share our work during the residency?
Residents are expected to communicate their experiences and conclusions to a larger audience via both LMAR and personal social media, newsletter or blog.
Who is eligible to apply?
Any artist who feels as though they need time and space to think, breathe, work, and grow further in their journey.
Can collaborative projects apply?
Yes. We absolutely accept collaborative projects.
I am not an American Citizen. Am I eligible to apply?
Yes. You are not required to be an American Citizen. We accept all applicants.
What is the workspace like?
The studio and living space can be seen here HERE.
What equipment does LMAR currently have for resident use?
The studio provides a large open space that creates a dynamic interaction among passionate artists. Access to a slop sink is provided.
What other services do you provide?
Please view the residency page for further information.
What are the criteria for selection?
There are no criteria. As long as you’re an artist, you will be considered for selection.
Any tips when applying?
Provide any and all information, including work samples that best portray your art and a letter stating your expectations of how you would use and benefit from this opportunity.
What happens once I submit my application?
Once your application has been received, it will be distributed to the LMAR Board for review and consideration.
What if I don’t receive the residency, will I hear from you?
No, unfortunately, we won't be able to contact each applicant, if you don't hear from us by the deadline please consider reapplying next year.