Pratt Institute’s Fine Arts Department offers a residency that awards accomplished professional artists a private studio space located on our Brooklyn campus. Visual artists with a demonstrated commitment to their artistic practice who will benefit from a month-long studio residency are encouraged to apply. Our Studio Residency Program is intended to support artists by providing the time and space necessary to make work.
Deadline to apply is 5pm, February 15, 2018
There are two studio residencies available. One is for a New York area artist (no accommodation provided) and one for an artist living and working in the U.S.A. (apartment provided). Residencies are for the month of July, the two selected artists will be in residence alongside a Pratt Fine Art faculty member. The three residency studios are located in East Hall, artists-in-residence will also have shared use of East Hall Gallery.
Applicants are required to have U.S. work authorization.
Applicants cannot be enrolled in any academic program at the time of application.
Applicants should be flexible, self-sufficient and collegial.
Suitability for Studio Residency: The studio residencies are ideal for artists working in painting/drawing/installation. Processes must be non-toxic and as it is a shared community, the use of noisy tools is not appropriate.
Please note: The residency does not include the use of any Pratt facilities other than the studio and gallery space provided. Pratt staff have limited availability over the summer, artists will be expected to be self-sufficient.
Studio Details: Located in East Hall on Pratt Institute’s Brooklyn Campus. Studios are private, with ample space (1,600 and 900sf), natural light and a shared sink in the common hallway. Wifi is available.
Apartment Details: The artist-in-residence is located in Pratt Institute’s Willoughby Hall .
It is within close walking distance to the East Hall studios and wifi is available.