Alliance of Artists Communities Deadlines for August and September

Below is a list of August/September residency deadlines.

In addition, you can find the following opportunities in the directory this month:

  • 360 Xochi Quetzal (Chalapa, Mexico) – Named for the Aztec goddess of creativity and fertility and protector of artisans, 360 Xochi Quetzal is a fully-funded artist residency located in Chapala, Jalisco on the shores of the largest lake in Mexico. Visual and fiber artists, musicians, scholars and writers are encouraged to apply. Read more here. (Deadline: August 17th)
  • Elsewhere Studios (Paonia, CO) and the Western Slope Conservation Center are looking for an artist to create an installation alongside Paonia River Park during June/July of 2014. The River Park is located next to a large concrete yard cut off by an uninviting chain link fence. The installation will embellish the fence, enlivening the space and creating an engaging border for visitors. The River Park Resident’ will be awarded a $500/month stipend to cover general living expenses as well as a materials budget (secured through the Conservation Center’s fundraising efforts). Read more here. (Deadline:September 15)
  • N & G Global Exchange Center (Beijing, China) is now accepting applications for 2013 fall residencies in China. Residencies are hosted by the N & G Global Exchange Center – an art consulting and publishing center focused on helping artists from all over the world break language and cultural barriers to reach Chinese audiences. Visual artists – including painters, sculptors, photographers – from countries outside of China are encouraged to apply. The program includes studio space in Beijing, travel stipend, language and visa support services, exchange with local artists and gallery representation. Read morehere. (Deadline: August 31st)
  • The Rensing Center (Pickens, SC) – Located on 28 acres in the rolling rural hills of beautiful southern Appalachia, the Rensing Center connects Creative, Environmental, and Economic ideas and disciplines through their Artists in Residence program. Artists may apply for 1 week to 6 month residencies, in music, painting, metal, wood, photography, poetry, playwriting and environmental studies. Living and workspaces are provided for self-motivated applicants seeking an isolated rural, creative landscape, which fosters interconnections, inspiration and information. Artists may pay small weekly fee or volunteer. Read more here. (Deadline: October 15)

Happy searching!

Alliance of Artists Communities



McColl Center for Visual Art (Charlotte, North Carolina United States)

The Corporation of Yaddo (Saratoga Springs, New York United States)


Atlantic Center for the Arts Community Artist in Residency program (New Smyrna Beach, Florida United States)


Playa (Near Summer Lake, Lake County, Oregon United States)


360 Xochi Quetzal (Chapala, Jalisco Mexico)


N & G Global Exchange Center | Artist Residency (Beijing, China)

Willapa Bay AiR (Oysterville, Washington United States)


Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts (Nebraska City, Nebraska United States)


Hedgebrook (Langley, Washington United States)


Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts (Saratoga, Wyoming United States)

Elsewhere Studios (Paonia, Colorado United States)

Jentel Artist Residency Program (Banner, Wyoming United States)

La Napoule Art Foundation (La Napoule, France)

Ragdale Foundation (Lake Forest, Illinois United States)

The Hambidge Center for Creative Arts and Sciences (Rabun Gap, Georgia United States)

The MacDowell Colony (Peterborough, New Hampshire United States)

Virginia Center for the Creative Arts (VCCA) (Amherst, Virginia United States)


The Sam and Adele Golden Foundation for the Arts (New Berlin, New York United States)


Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts (Omaha, Nebraska United States)

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