Wednesday, February 5, 2014

Artist In Residence position, New Jersey

The Printmaking Center of New Jersey is seeking applications for an Artist in Residence position for spring/summer 2014. According to Liz Mitchell, Chair of the Adolph Konrad Artist in Residency Program at PCNJ, 

"PCNJ is a community based fine arts non-profit, that just celebrated 40 years of operation. We run seven programs from our location just outside of Somerville, NJ including the AIR program. PCNJ houses the ground breaking Combat Paper Program, which gives American Veterans the opportunity to come together and make paper from their worn combat fatigues as a cathartic healing process. PCNJ also runs Adult Education programs, the Roving Press children’s outreach program, exhibitions, artist collaborations, and a full-access studio where art is made. 
"The Artist in Residency program is a six week summer program. The artist is given time in our studios to create a body of work, a solo exhibition and $1000.00 stipend for materials and supplies. PCNJ customizes and enriches the AIR experience based on the selected artist’s needs and area of focus through artist talks, time with our Master Printer, Sheila Goloborotko and demonstrations for example. They are able to interact with other artists through the full-access printmaking studios."

Deadline for applications is March 1, 2014


Full information, including application form,  at

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