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May 31, 2021

Black, Indigenous, People(s) of Colour Artist Residency

The Black, Indigenous, People(s) of Colour (BIPOC) Artist Residency provides an artist with an eight-month-long residency to learn printmaking and includes one-on-one instruction. The resident will receive eight consecutive months of studio time to explore and create a specific project culminating in a Feature Wall exhibition.

This residency has been created to actively make space specifically for BIPOC artists to engage with Open Studio and contemporary printmaking practices, but BIPOC artists are encouraged to apply to all programs that Open Studio offers: other scholarships, fellowships, our annual exhibition calls and our visiting artist program. The BIPOC Artist Residency is funded by a member of the Open Studio community.

COVID-19 Update: Please note that accommodations will be made for health and safety protocols in the studio as necessary. Residencies would begin in the fall of 2021 at the earliest and may be delayed until the spring of 2022.

Accessibility

Barrier-free access in the studio.