Artist in Residence
As evident from our Artist in Residence Alumni, the Deering Estate’s Artist in Residence Program has been a catalyst for artistic practice and recognition including additional residencies, national and local grants, gallery representation, collection acquisitions, and community engagement. Literary Artists in our program can pursue their artistic discipline, create a body of work, and connect with other artists, while interacting with the historic, archeological and natural elements of the Estate’s inspiring environment.
An ongoing CALL TO ARTISTS is available for the Artist in Residence Program for visual, literary, performing, and multidisciplinary artists at the Deering Estate.
Deadline for submission: full materials must be received on June, 30 annually by 5:00 pm EST Eastern Standard Time. A confirmation email will be sent to the applicant confirming receipt of the application form and all required materials.
Cost: There is no cost is associated with the application process or residency program.
As a cultural arts organization we are very proud of the role that our program has had in our artists’ careers, the positive measurable interactions with the public, and even in our growing cultural partnerships. We have had the privilege of presenting and collaborating with internationally acclaimed artists, composers, musicians, playwrights, authors, and performers.
We are pleased to announce the 2016-2017 recipients of this year’s residency opportunities. Studio Residencies are housed in our Artist Village Buildings, Carriage House and Power House, and were awarded to Multidisciplinary artists Skip Snow, Valerie LeBlanc and Daniel H. Dugas, design based collective Home Eleven by Nelly Bonilla and Oscar Luna, Visual Artists John William Bailly, Frida Baranek, Steven Pestana, and Ralph Provisero. Project Residencies consist of specific interactions with the Estate and its resources and were awarded to photographers Carlos Domenech and Jonathan Brooks, Painter Lorie Ofir, and plein air painter Jacqueline Gopie.