Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Printmaking & Painting/Drawing Residencies

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Munson Williams Proctor Arts Institute Artist Residencies


Applications for the 2017/18 Artist-in-Residence program are now closed.

Program Eligibility
The 2017/18 disciplines are Printmaking and Painting/Drawing. Applicants are MFA preferred. Applicants may not be enrolled in any degree program at time of residency. Disciplines rotate each academic year.

International artists, please take the following into consideration: International artists are responsible for obtaining a visa, as well as necessary documentation for travel and employment within the United States. MWPAI can provide formal letters of invitation and additional support information requested, however it is the artist’s responsibility to carry the burden of the visa acquisition process through the appropriate channels. Please consider the timeline for making such arrangements. Artists must be reasonably fluent in English.

MWPAI is a recognized program by International Arts & Artists, a non-profit organization that sponsors J-1 visas for international interns, trainees, and scholars participating in cultural exchanges with American arts institutions. More info at

Selection Process
A panel consisting of the Dean, Full-time Faculty, and Community Art Ed Coordinator will review applications and select artists for the 2017/18 season. Artists will be selected based on the quality of their work and their potential for making the most of their time in the program. Finalists will be interviewed and/or invited to visit MWPAI before accepting residency. All applicants will be notified by email. Please do not call the office for selection results.

Application Instructions
This is an entirely online application process via It is recommended that answers are prepared offline, saved in a text or word document, and copied/pasted into the application form so that work is not lost. Do not email or mail your application.
Deadline: March 1, 2017

Application Checklist

  1. Artistic Discipline (Printmaking or Painting/Drawing )
  2. CV (pdf)
  3. Please list 3 professional references and contact information
  4. Artist Statement (250 Words)
  5. Class/workshop proposals (250 Words: 1 – 3 short descriptions of ideas. These are non-binding. )
  6. Artist website
  7. Images of artwork. 15 Samples (format: jpg, tiff)
  8. Description of each image (60 Words: title, year, medium, dimensions, additional info)

Click here to Apply

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