NY. Skowhegan, an intensive nine-week summer residency program for emerging visual artists established in 1946, seeks each year to bring together a gifted and diverse group of individuals who have demonstrated a commitment to art-making and inquiry to create the most stimulating and rigorous environment possible for a concentrated period of artistic creation, interaction and growth.
NY. WSW houses fully equipped studios for etching, papermaking, screen-printing, clay, letterpress, and photography. During their stay at WSW, artists are provided with 24-hour access to the studios and on-site housing. Fellowship opportunities are partially subsidized (the visiting artist pays a weekly fee). Grant opportunities include a weekly stipend to the artist.
The Center for Cartoon Studies Fellowship is awarded to an emerging cartoonist who has already achieved significant critical and/or professional stature. The program is designed to help the cartoonist enter the next phase of their career by providing access to CCS’s many resources.