Red Lodge Clay Center Short Term Ceramics Residencies, MT apply by May 1 annually

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Red Lodge Clay Center Short Term Ceramics Residency


(Short-Term Residencies occur between September 1st – May 1st, annually)

The Short-Term Residency is ideal for ceramic artists working to invest in their personal studio practice, complete a special project, or that simply need uninterrupted time to work in a well-equipped Studio and a supportive community environment. We accept applications from students (BA/BFA/MFA), professional artists, and educators for residency periods lasting 2-12 weeks. In addition, we provide a fully furnished, well-appointed house with private rooms and a large kitchen that is close to Red Lodge’s amenities, restaurants, grocery store, etc. Short-term residents will be responsible for Residency Fees, all travel, personal living expenses, as well as material and firing expenses. Keep in mind that the Studio facility is 6 miles north of Resident Housing and residents will be responsible for their own transportation to and from the studio. Visit our Facilities page to learn more about the RLCC Gallery, Resident Housing, and Fox Studio. Click here to see some of our past Short-Term Residents.

Benefits & Opportunities:
Large Shared Studio Space (1400 sq. ft.) with 24/7 access
Housing – Fully furnished, Linens provided, Fully Equipped Kitchen (sorry, no pets)
Discounted Materials and Firings

Residency Fees:
$25.00/day (Includes Housing & Studio)
$150.00 Security Deposit (refundable)
$25.00 Maintenance Fee (one-time fee)

For more information, feel free to contact our Education & Communications Coordinator; Sean O’Connell.
Phone: (406) 446-3993 Email:

Apply Online

Or for more information call 406.446.3993 or email Sean O’Connell at:

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