Eastern Edge Call for Artists in Residence 🏠

Eastern Edge is seeking applications for Artists in Residence! We are very excited to announce the upcoming Residency Call for Submissions deadline: October 30, 2023.

Eastern Edge is accepting proposals for studio residencies for 2025/2026.

We are dedicated to cultural diversity in our programming, and encourage applications from artists, art collectives, and curators of diverse communities and backgrounds. We accept applications from local, provincial, national, and international artists for our studio residencies. We strive to support the needs of our successful applicants, please do make us aware of any flexibility or supports you need that are not covered here.

Deadline to submit: October 30, 2023, 11:59pm NDT (Newfoundland Daylight Time)

Full details are here.

Canadian War Museum Artist Residency Program 🏛️

A Three-Month Remote Residency for Emerging Artists.
Deadline: September 29, 2023 at 11:59 p.m. PDT.


The Canadian War Museum — part of the Canadian Museum of History — is inviting emerging artists in Canada to apply for its new remote Artist Residency Program (ARP). The successful applicant(s) will collaborate with the War Museum to create a new work of art for the upcoming special exhibition, Outside the Lines (OTL).

Opening in May 2024, OTL will explore the experiences and perspectives of women war artists and how their voices evolved over time. This first iteration of the Residency seeks to amplify the voices of women artists who have typically been under-represented in war art. Working with the exhibition team, the artist(s) will reflect upon exhibition themes, as well as the Museum’s world-renowned war art and military collections, to conceive and execute a finished work.

Details are here.

Sunbury Shores Artist in Residence Call for Submissions: 2023-24 📣

Sunbury Shores Arts and Nature Centre, in St Andrews, NB is calling for submissions from professional artists to undertake a two-week residency at the Centre to be completed before the end of April 2024.


Sunbury Shores Arts and Ecology

The 2023-24 Artist in Residence Program consists of two residencies for two weeks each in one of four Sunbury Shores’ studios – print studio, ceramics studio, metal studio, or painting/drawing studio. The goal of the residency is to provide a supportive environment where artists can pursue specific projects relating to their creative work.

The artists in residence will also contribute to the promotion and understanding of the arts by means of the artists’ contact with
the community, Sunbury Shores members, and visitors.

Sunbury Shores was established nearly 60 years ago as an arts and nature centre; this collaboration between the environment and the arts continues to inform the vision for the centre. As part of the residency, artists will have the opportunity to engage with Sunbury Shores members and the public through a short talk, presentation, or artistic engagement while
undertaking their residency.

The selected artists (2) will receive a stipend of $2,500 each for the two-week residency (for accommodation, meals, transportation, and materials).

This is a competitive application process with review of applications by a jury of Sunbury Shores staff, community members and professional artists. The 2023-24 Artist in Residence program at Sunbury Shores is funded through the generosity of the Beaverbrook Canadian Foundation.

The 2023-24 Artist in Residence application form can be downloaded here.

The deadline for submissions is September 30, 2023 at 11:59 AST.

Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation 2023 International Residency Bursary 🎨

Deadline: May 20, 2023


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The $10,000 Sheila Hugh Mackay International Creative Residency is an initiative aimed at the advancement of the careers of professional New Brunswick visual artists. Professional New Brunswick visual artists will be eligible for SHMF International Creative Residency funding once in a lifetime.


Completed submissions for 2023 International Creative Residency (including all supporting material) must be postmarked on or before the deadline of May 20, 2023. Late or incomplete applications or nominations will not be accepted. The Foundation can not accept applications by fax or email. Full details available on our SHMF International Residency page: https://sheilahughmackay.ca/…/sheila-hugh-mackay…/

Fredericton Arts Alliance Artists in Residence Program 🏘️

Call for applications for the FAA Artists in Residence program.

Call for applications for the Fredericton Arts Alliance's Artists in Residence Program

After three years of solo virtual residencies, the Fredericton Arts Alliance’s 22nd series of Artists in Residence will be back in real space, real-time in the Casemates in Downtown Fredericton’s Historic Garrison District from June 23rd to September 2nd.
Once again, two artists will be working in the Casemate studio with the opportunity to bounce ideas off each other, share insights, learn new approaches, broaden horizons, and expand art practices. Hence this year’s theme: Collaboration.

We seek emerging and experienced artists working in any media, including architecture, performance, sculpture, music, dance, electronic media, literary arts, visual art, fibre arts, and fine craft.

Please share widely! The deadline is May 19th at 4 pm.

For more information and to download the application form, go here.

Artist Residency at Imago Artist-Run Print Studio 📣

Call for submissions 2023-2024

Call opens : March 7 2023
Deadline : May 15 2023
Results : July 1st 2023
Available spaces : 3 to 4

Artist Residency

The Imago Artist-Run Print Studio invites artists who work in printmaking to apply to come and work in our studio for a period of 2 to 3 weeks. Imago offers a research space, a functional studio and programming that reflects current trends in visual arts.


  • The artist must be recognized as a professional artist as is defined by the Canada Arts Council.
  • The artist must have expertise in the field of printmaking they propose in their project.
  • The residency must take place between August 15th 2023 and April 15th 2024.
  • The artist must be a Canadian citizen or resident, or hold a valid Canadian work permit at the time of the residency.

Please submit your application by email to residences@atelierimago.com before May 15 2023.

Follow this link to see the equipment available in our studio: equipment. For all questions about our residency program, please contact our director at direction@atelierimago.com.

Full application details are here.

Bruno Bobak Artist-in-Residence Call for Submissions 📣

We are pleased to launch the call for submissions for Creative Summer Residencies in the Bruno Bobak Artist-in-Residence Studio.

In summer 2023, month-long residencies will be scheduled from mid-June to mid-September.

Beaverbrook Art Gallery

The Gallery will be responsible for promotion and publicity that are related to the residency program and all activities related. Artists will have access to the modern, furnished studio on the lower level of the 2017 pavilion at the Beaverbrook Art Gallery. Artists are required to be in the studio for a minimum of 25 hours per week. The weekly honorarium is $550.

Our selection committee will review all applications and select the successful candidates shortly after the deadline for submissions. Accepted artists will be notified and every effort will be made to schedule their participation.
The selection committee consists of our Public Programs and Collections and Exhibitions teams: John Leroux, manager of collections and exhibitions, Emilie Grace Lavoie, program coordinator, Emma Hassencahl-Perley, curator of Indigenous art, and Adda Mihailescu, manager of public programs.

Deadline for submissions: May 5, 2023

Summer residencies announcement: May 26, 2023

Full details are here.

Sheila Hugh Mackay International Creative Residency 2023 🌏

The $10,000 Sheila Hugh Mackay International Creative Residency is an initiative aimed at the advancement of the careers of professional New Brunswick visual artists. Professional New Brunswick visual artists will be eligible for SHMF International Creative Residency funding once in a lifetime.

Sheila Hugh Mackay logo

Completed submissions for 2023 International Creative Residency (including all supporting material) must be postmarked on or before the deadline of May 20, 2023. Late or incomplete applications or nominations will not be accepted. The Foundation can not accept applications by fax or email.

Full details available on our SHMF International Residency page.

From Harm to Harmony 2023: Call to Artists 🌿

Are you interested in leading a values-driven group of creative activists to explore how art can impact social change around clean energy, energy affordability and energy poverty?

Conservation Council of New Brunswick logo

Are you a New Brunswick-based, mid-career community-engaged artist or artist team, passionate about climate justice, who would benefit from being mentored by a senior community-engaged artist?

If so, the Conservation Council of New Brunswick invites you to contribute your passions and talents to this creative collaboration.

Since 2020, the Conservation Council of New Brunswick’s Harm to Harmony program has connected New Brunswick artists of all levels and backgrounds to help express participants’ feelings about climate change and environmental issues. Led by environmental artist Juliana Bedoya and co-facilitated by musician/writer/Instruments of Change Executive Director, Laura Barron, this highly impactful climate action art program engages the public to raise awareness about these challenges, advocates for solutions, and inspires behaviour change. Committed to fostering local leadership, H2H is now excited to invite two new New Brunswick-based artists/or artist teams (mediums listed below) to lead and facilitate climate action community-engaged art projects of their own, under the mentorship of Juliana and Laura.

We look forward to hearing from candidates who represent the broad range of our sector including (but not limited to) those who are Indigenous, Black, People of Colour, LGBTQ2+, and of mixed abilities.

Compensation: Mentees will receive $4,800 for 4 months of community-engaged residency and mentorship, which includes 120 contract hours, as well as up to $1,000 ( with receipts) for materials.

For reference, visit our ‘From Harm to Harmony’ Project.

Apply here by March 8, 2023.

If you’re interested in becoming a mentee of our Harm to Harmony mentorship program, here’s what you need to know:

  1. Must be a mid-career professional artist residing and eligible to work in New Brunswick.
  2. Preference will be given to artists who have existing relationships with community groups eager to participate in a climate action art project.
  3. Will receive the support of their mentor through weekly 1-hour sessions and shared resources/tools.
  4. Will design, facilitate and deliver a 4-month project from March-July.
  5. Will work in collaboration with our manager of citizens’ engagement, Danielle Smith, to develop a project aligned with the organization’s objectives.
  6. Will develop an outreach strategy to engage people in their community with a range of artistic skill levels (from curious to committed to professional), and a shared desire to impact social and environmental change, in order to enrich participants’ perspectives and practices.
  7. Lead a series of group sessions (in-person, virtual, or a combination of both) throughout the project period.
  8. Create a project curriculum and plan which will culminate in a final exhibition, performance, or showcase of some kind.
  9. Integrate an evaluation process that can be embedded into the creative work itself, to include in a final report.

Harbourfront Centre Residency 🏡

The Harbourfront Centre Craft and Design Studio is the only career-oriented program and facility available in Canada offering an artist-in-residency in contemporary craft and design. Functioning as a training centre and incubator the Studio relies on a self-directed learning ethos, all with the goal of championing emerging Canadian artists.

Habourfront Centre logo

The Studio is open to post-graduates (or individuals with equivalency training) who demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of either Textiles, Glass, Ceramics, Design or Metal/Jewellery. Offering a creative community, professional development, mentorship and more, our goal is to empower the next generation of talent in craft and design.

Full details are here.

2023 CreateSpace Public Art Residency: Call to Artists 📣

Are you, or an artist you know, interested in gaining experience, building networks and professional skills needed to launch or expand a community engaged public art practice?

2023 CreateSpace Public Art Residency. Call for Artists. Application Deadline February 5th, 2023 at 11:59 pm PST

STEPS believes public art has the ability to challenge the systemic inequities that exist in public space. In support of this important work, we facilitate programs that: foster inclusive public art practices; build the capacity of artists who are underrepresented in Canadian public art and demonstrate the power of community engaged art to reimagine equitably designed cities.

We are thrilled to launch the 2023 CreateSpace Public Art Residency, a national public art program designed in collaboration with advisors from coast to coast, to provide emerging Black, Indigenous (First Nations, Inuit and Métis) and racialized artists with the skills, relationships and practical experiences needed to build and advance community engaged public art practices.

Twenty artists and artist teams from across the country participated in the program’s first two years, with each participant acquiring valuable skills in the field of public art. Each artist created unique and inspiring public artworks that ranged from experimental to performative to sculptural.

Visit the CreateSpace Public Art Residency webpage to learn more about these artists and their projects.

Full details are here.

AX Emerging Artist in Residence – Ceramics 🏺

The AX Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex is seeking proposals for our 2023 residency lineup. Please submit your application for consideration by December 31, 2022.

Ax Arts and Culture Centre of Sussex

The AX Emerging Artist One-Month Residency – Ceramics in Sussex, NB is a short-term paid residency designed to support Canadian artists who have finished their formal training or show equivalent experience and are now looking to take the next steps forward in their artistic careers. The emerging artist will have access to our fully equipped ceramics centre, including brand new ConeArt Computer kilns (2), a Shimpo pottery wheel, slab roller, work table and their own private studio space.

During the residency, the artist will have access to AX’s mentorship network and will be working closely with AX’s Ceramics Centre Coordinator, Matt Cripps, to ensure they have a successful residency. The purpose of this short-term residency is to promote emerging artists in the field of ceramics, with a specific focus on helping jump-start the careers of ceramics artists.

Emerging artists are expected to complete a proposed project during the residency time frame. Following the residency this project will be featured in a solo virtual exhibition hosted on the AX website.

To submit an application, follow the instructions here: Emerging Artist One Month Residency Ceramics Application

Please note: emerging artists must be between the age of 18 and 35.

Go here for full details.

St. Michael’s Printshop Local Visiting Artist Program 📜

Deadline: January 31, 2023
Notification of results: end of February 2023. All applicants will be notified of the outcome.
Spots Available: 2

Call for submissions, Local Visiting Artist Program Due January31st, 2023. If you have any questions, please email info@stmichalesprintshop.com or chairstmichaelsprintshop@gmail.com

St. Michael’s Printshop invites applications from provincial artists with basic knowledge of at least one print medium who wish to come and work at the Printshop for a one to three month period. A total of two local visiting artist residencies are offered during the year. Artists who are experimenting with their printmaking practice and/or artists in earlier stages of their careers will be prioritized.

For local St. John’s and immediate surrounding areas this residency would cover 3 months time in the printshop. For those who would need to travel beyond St. John’s and would have to travel to the printshop this would cover 1-3 months depending on their needs.

Artists are paid a residency fee and given full access to St. Michael’s Printshop for a one to three month period. In return, artists offer one community engagement event, or workshop, and supply two prints from each edition created during the residency to SMP.


City of Saint John Artist in Residence and Small Grant Funding Programs 🏡

As described in the City of Saint John Arts and Culture Policy, adopted by Common Council on September 26, 2005, the arts make a substantial contribution to the quality of life and vitality of our community.

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The City of Saint John believes that one of the most effective means of facilitating the development of arts and culture in Saint John is to provide funding support to non-profit arts and/or cultural organizations serving our community. In this way, arts and culture organizations are encouraged to establish themselves, enhance their services, and provide their programming to the community.

Accordingly, the City through the Saint John Community Arts Board has implemented the Community Arts Funding Program (Small Grants Funding). This program is designed to provide project support for non-profit organizations or groups wishing to offer quality arts activities in any discipline of the creative arts within the City of Saint John. There are currently two rounds of funding each year: Spring/Summer and Fall/Winter.

Applications for Fall/Winter Small Grants Funding have now closed. Applications for the Spring/Summer Grants will be available in the New Year.

Applications are now open for the Winter 2022/Spring 2023 Artist-in-Residence Program. Artists from all media currently residing in the City of Saint John are invited to apply. The Artist in Residence Program emphasizes interactive community engagement and encourages applicants to use this opportunity to advance their practice. The Guidelines and Application Form are available on this page.

Deadline to apply: Wednesday December 7th 2022

Banff Artist in Residence Program 2023 🏔

The Banff Artist in Residence program is designed for visual artists to focus on their practice in a supportive learning environment. Within this residency, you are encouraged to self-direct your research and time, as well as cultivate new directions in your work. Your artist in residence experience, is further supported through individual studio visits with guest faculty and dialogue amongst peers.

Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity logo

The program encourages experimentation and risk-taking via access to shared production facilities and knowledgeable staff who are available to provide technical support and assistance. In addition, you will have the opportunity to build connections, create networks, and share your work with other artists-in-residence and the public.

What does the program offer?

The Banff Artist in Residence program offers you the opportunity to delve deeply into their practice while away from the constraints of everyday life. You will be are provided with a studio, accessible 24 hours a day, as well as access to our extensive facilities.

Who should apply?

This residency is for visual artists who have completed formal training at the post-secondary level, or who have equivalent experience and recognition from their peers.

Banff Centre invites applications from anywhere in the world, and artists of all ages (18+), backgrounds, gender identities, and expressions.

For full details on vaccination requirements, masking, safety protocols, and COVID related policies please visit: www.banffcentre.ca/covid-19-measures   

Application Deadline
November 30, 2022
Program Dates
May 08 – June 09, 2023
Arrive  May 07, 2023
Depart  June 10, 2023

Collaborative: Wabanakiyik Artists and TNB

An Indigenous led artist development initiative with Theatre New Brunswick.

Request for Artist Proposals. Application deadline: November 10.

Collaborative Wabanakiyik Artists and TNB

Theatre New Brunswick invites New Brunswick-based Indigenous artists to submit proposals for Collaborative: Wabanakiyik Artists and TNB – a new Indigenous led artist development program from Theatre New Brunswick.

Focusing on the development of performance-based projects (including theatre, dance, music, comedy, and storytelling) this artist residency initiative will provide project and career development resources and public performance opportunities to New Brunswick-based Indigenous artists with mentorship from Wolastoqiyik Indigenous Artist Natalie Sappier.

Using theatre as a tool to share stories, explore ideas, to create and to play, our aim with this project is to reinterpret our theatre’s role as a forum for sharing stories by supporting the development of new and emerging Indigenous artists from across our province and from the 15 First Nations that exist within our provincial borders.

Tell us your idea. What are you working on? What are your goals for you project? What do you want to create? Successful artists will receive an $5000 honorarium for creative residencies taking place between February and July 2023. Theatre New Brunswick will also provide a modest budget for travel and accommodations, artist per diems, and elder consultation while in residence.  If you have any questions about this project and your eligibility, contact artisticdirector@tnb.nb.ca.

Applications are open to self-identifying Indigenous artists ages 18 and up from New Brunswick.

Application Process
Applications submitted in video, audio, or written form should include an outline of each artist’s proposed work and their goals for their residency. Applications can be sent to submissions@tnb.nb.ca The deadline for submissions is November 10.

Accessibility Requests
We aim to provide an accessible experience for all applicants. If you have restrictions that need to be accommodated to participate in any phase of the application process fully, please contact us at artisticdirector@tnb.nb.ca


November 10, 2022: Deadline for applications

November 18, 2022: Artists announced

February – July 2023: Project period

Collaborative: Wabanakiyik Artists and TNB is made possible through the generous support of TD Bank.

Theatre New Brunswick acknowledges that it carries out its work on the traditional unceded territory of the Wolastoqiyik, Mi’kmaq and Peskotomuhkati peoples. This territory is covered by the “Treaties of Peace and Friendship” which these nations first signed with the British Crown in 1726. The treaties did not deal with the surrender of lands and resources, but in fact recognized Mi’kmaq and Wolastoqiyik title and established the rules for what was to be an ongoing relationship between nations.

Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts and Ampitheatre Artist in Residence Program 2023 🌱

The Kingsbrae International Residence for the Arts & Ampitheatre (KIRA) artist in residence program will now accept applications for the 2023 residency taking place from September 16th, 2023 until October 14th, 2023. Application cut-off is November 30th, 2022. To apply for the residency, please click Here and do not hesitate to contact us at kira@kingsbraegarden.com if you have any questions.


The KIRA building

Selection Process

  • Artists will be selected using a panel review process. The following criteria are considered: overall merit of work, readiness to engage with the community, potential to develop creative practice, influence by the location, and statistical data including career level, and geographic location.
  • References of finalists will be contacted.
  • A 30-minute (max.) Skype call between the finalists and program administrators will be conducted as part of the selection process.

Application requirements

  • Artist statement (1400 character limit).
  • Resume or CV (3-page maximum).
  • Responses to following open-ended questions (1400 character limit for each question):
    • Tell us about you and your work and why this residency would be important to you at this time in your career?
    • What do you expect to accomplish during your four-week residency?
    • Artists are expected to engage with the community through weekly open studios days. Describe how you would share your weekly progress and final artist experience with the visiting public?
  • Contact info for three professional references (name, email, phone number and relationship).
  • Portfolio of work (up to 5 forms of documentation).  

*Note for writers* Portfolio of work for writers (4 examples – 500-word limit per excerpt).

– $10 (CAD) + fees Application fee.

NBCCD Visiting Scholar Program 🎓

The New Brunswick College of Craft and Design is pleased to announce a new initiative designed to give its students the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with a creative role model.

Launching in January 2023, the Visiting Scholar program will provide a creative, dynamic environment for a visiting artist to build and accelerate their practice. They will participate in the NBCCD community by teaching a class or taking on a creative or educational assignment, and interacting with students during the academic year.

An NBCCD instructor gives a drawing demonstration.

“The Visiting Scholar program has the potential to energize and enrich our College community, as well as the wider cultural life of New Brunswick,” said Academic Dean Jared Peters.

NBCCD encourages applications from creative workers and educators whose achievements have been recognized as demonstrating extraordinary promise in any area of craft and design practice and teaching.


NBCCD Visiting Scholars spend one academic semester (January-April 2023) at NBCCD and formal teaching is expected. Visiting Scholars can expect to teach one course subject to approval by the Academic Dean, but may be asked to take on a creative or educational assignment in lieu of a class. The teaching load is light, but the expectation is that Visiting Scholars will be full and active members of the NBCCD community, committed to frequent and engaged interactions with students during the academic year.


Each Visiting Scholar will receive $15,000 for their contribution and time to the college. This program is not intended to fund work leading to an advanced degree.

To apply

Interested applicants must submit a curriculum vitae, two references, and a minimum of 10 portfolio images of your work and/or video links (e.g., performances, films, etc.) to jared.peters@gnb.ca. Applicants should be craft-makers, designers, filmmakers, and/or visual artists who would find it beneficial to spend one semester teaching and working in a vibrant college community.

Please also submit a 500-750 word proposal that includes how you would hope to use the one-term fellowship to develop your work; how you would contribute to NBCCD’s community through teaching and/or production; and how you have encouraged environmental responsibility and/or diversity and inclusion in your artistic practice, teaching, and/or research.

The deadline to apply is Oct. 24, 2022.

Details are here.

Lassonde Artist-in-Residence 2024

Department: Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts

Opportunity type: Non-academic

Position title: Lassonde Artist-in-Residence 2024

Posted date: July 12, 2022

Closing date: October 31, 2022

Anticipated start date: January 1, 2024

Mount Allison University

The Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts at Mount Allison University invites applications to its 2024 Artist-in-Residence program. This annual non-recurring residency will support research, development, and creation of a project proposed by a successful professional artist.  Artists who are engaged in visual arts, digital arts, performance, social and community-based artistic practices are invited to apply. To increase the degree of diversity within the Mount Allison community, , we particularly encourage applications from artists who self-identify as Indigenous to Turtle Island and/or as racialized peoples, persons with disabilities,  persons of all sexual and gender identities, and all equity-deserving individuals.

The selected artist will develop a project in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts on the Mount Allison University campus over the residency period. Working in the context of an undergraduate Fine Arts program, the Artist-in-Residence will engage with students, faculty, and the greater university community as they develop their research.

The Pierre Lassonde Artist-in-Residence will be appointed in the School of Fine Arts for a six-month period, from January to June, and will be supported with suitable office space, shared workspace, and administrative support.  The Artist-in-Residence will coordinate with the Head of the School of Fine Arts to engage students and faculty in their residency project.

This Residency offers:

  • $32,000 salary (over the six-month period)
  • Student Internship account ($2,000) to employ student assistants
  • Research, Travel and Entertainment account ($1,100) for expenses
  • Use of shared studio facilities (wood and metal sculpture studios, print studio, and digital lab all in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, and access to other campus facilities)

The Artist-in-Residence will:

  • Work primarily on campus to develop their proposed project
  • Employ Student Intern(s) to assist in the development of their project
  • Present public talks, exhibitions, or equivalent events, and participate in departmental talks or activities during the winter academic semester
  • Be available to meet with students (individually or coordinated with classes)

Mount Allison is a highly respected small undergraduate institution. With 14 full and part-time faculty and technical staff, and approximately 130 students, the Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts offers a BFA and BA with majors and minors in studio art (courses in drawing, painting, photography, printmaking, open media, and sculpture), with BA majors and minors in Art History, and a minor in Museum and Curatorial Studies.

The Pierre Lassonde School is located in the Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts, a purpose-built facility on the Mount Allison campus.  The Owens Art Gallery is an important support to the School on campus, with a program of contemporary and historical exhibitions and visiting artists’ presentations.

Artist-in-Residence applications should include:

  • A project proposal for the residency
  • A curriculum vitae
  • Documentation of relevant recent work (maximum of 20 images, or 5 links to audio and video works that are no longer than 3 minutes each)
  • Names and contact information of two referenceS
  • All submitted as a single PDF

Consideration of applications will begin on October 31, 2022 and continue until the position has been filled.

Applications should be sent to:
Chair, Artist-in-Residence Search Committee
Pierre Lassonde School of Fine Arts
The Purdy Crawford Centre for the Arts
Mount Allison University
152 Main Street
Sackville, NB E4L 1B3
Email:  artistinresidence@mta.ca

If you have any questions about this residency, or need more information, please contact artistinresidence@mta.ca

Full details here.

suddenlyLISTEN Artist in Residence 🎧

Open Call for Artist-in-Residence (Fall 2022)

suddenlyLISTEN Music is seeking proposals for our Artist-In-Residence Program for the Fall of 2022. We are seeking Canadian artists wanting to research and create new work in residence in Halifax. Artists from any discipline working with sound and improvisation are welcome to apply.

Open Call artist in residence, fall 2022. suddenlyLISTEN Music is seeking proposals for our Artist-in-Residence program for the fall of 2022. We are seeking Canadian artists wanting to research and create new work in residence in Halifax. Artists from any discipline working with sound and improvisation are welcome to apply.

suddenlyLISTEN is committed to engaging with a diverse artist community and are encouraging peoples from marginalized and intersecting identities, including but not limited to IBPoC, Queer, and/or Disabled artists, to apply.

For this 5 to 7 day residency, suddenlyLISTEN will provide: Artist Fee ($1000), studio/rehearsal space, accommodations, a small travel stipend ($500), equipment and an option for a recording or public showing at the end of the residency. suddenlyLISTEN will accept proposals from all established and emerging artists who maintain forward-looking art practices driven by sound and improvisation. Our goals for this residency are to provide artistic freedom for discovery, with a result driven by the nature of the project, and the needs of the resident. This residency will take place in a mutually agreed upon time period between October to December.

Deadline for Application is: September 1st, 2022 (Notification of results: September 15th 2022) Only applications submitted in full and on time will be considered. Any additional funding is the responsibility of the artist, but any documentation or letters needed for funding assistance can be provided by suddenlyLISTEN. This is intended to be an artist driven project! There is more information here.

Please fill out the Application Form here to apply.

Have questions? Please contact: connect@suddenlylisten.com