Artist in Residence
To honor the legacy of Charles Deering as Artist and Philanthropist, The Deering Estate supports emerging and mid-career artists who work in a multitude of disciplines and media. As an extension of this legacy, our Artist-in-Residence Program acts as an incubator for creative works and collaborative opportunities that engage the public. Studio Residencies are housed in our Artist Village Buildings, the Carriage House and Power House, and Project Residencies consist of specific interactions with the Estate and its resources.
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.
A CALL TO ARTISTS is available for the Artist in Residence Program for visual, literary, performing, and multidisciplinary artists at the Deering Estate. There is no cost is associated with the application process or residency program.
Application deadline for the Deering Estate Artist-in-Residence Program is August 1, 2018 for residences that begin as early as October 1, 2018.
Please apply ONLINE to the Artist in Residence Program. While preparing to apply, please review the AIR program description and FAQ document below.
Studio Residencies were awarded to: Literary artist Dana DeGreff, Design-based collective Home Eleven (Nelly Bonilla and Oscar Luna), Visual artists Frida Baranek, Elia Khalaf, Ryan Roa, and Miquel Salom. Project Residencies were awarded to Sound-based collective Archival Feedback (T. Wheeler Castillo and Emile Milgrim), Photographer Carlos Domenech, Painter Jacqueline Gopie, Multidisciplinary Driftologist-in-Residence Skip Snow, and Miami Dade College Kendall Campus for an international arts collaboration.
Dana DeGreff, Literary Artist Studio 1, Carriage House East, November 2017 – September 2018
Ryan Roa, Visual Artist, Sculpture Studio 5, Power House East, November 2017 – September 2018
Elia Khalaf, Visual Artist, Mixed Media Studio 4, Carriage House West, June 2018 – September 2018
Miquel Salom, Photography Studio 4, Carriage House West, January 2018 – May 2018
Frida Baranek, Visual Artist, Sculpture Studio 4, Carriage House West, October 2017 – January 2018
Home Eleven, by Nelly Bonilla and Oscar Luna, Design and Visual Art Studio 6, Power House West, October 2017 – May 2018
Skip Snow, Multidisciplinary Art-Scientist, Driftologist-in-Residence Project Residency, October 2017 – September 2018 Archival Feedback, by T. Wheeler Castillo and Emile Milgrim, Sound-based interactive works and installations Project Residency, October 2017 – September 2018
Carlos Domenech, Photographer 2018 Venice Architectural Biennale Photographer Project Residency, January 2018 – September 2018