This opportunity is for artists with teaching experience and knowledge of intaglio, silkscreen, or hand papermaking who are interested in creating their own work while also working with local public school students.
Women’s Studio Workshop’s Art-In-Education Program, Hands-On Art (HOA), is a collaboration with the Kingston City School District and is a model for arts education. HOA provides a high quality arts experience by bringing students to a professional artists’ workspace to spend concentrated time learning printmaking, papermaking, and book arts.
Spring Art-in-Education Workspace Residency Requirements: Must have teaching experience and knowledge in one of the studio areas: silkscreen, etching, or papermaking. The Residency is five weeks, during which artists teach two days per week for three weeks and work in the schools for two sessions. In exchange, residents receive housing and access to the studio of their choice during non-HOA sessions. Spring Art-in-Education Workspace Residency artists work with elementary and/or middle school students.
Fall Art-in-Education Workspace Residency Requirements: Must have teaching experience and knowledge in one of the studio areas: silkscreen, papermaking, or etching. Artists teach one day per week for four weeks and pay $300 for a four week Workspace Residency. In exchange they receive access to the studio of their choice, during non-HOA sessions. Fall Art-in-Education Workspace Residency artists work with high school students.
March 15 for Fall Art-in-Education Workspace Residency
Notification Date: Applicants will be notified via email by June 1
Length of Residency: 4 weeks
Residency Occurs: The school year following application, September through December
October 15 for Spring Art-in-Education Workspace Residency
Notification Date: Applicants will be notified via email by December 1
Length of Residency: 5 weeks
Residency Occurs: The school year following application, January through April
APPLICATION MUST INCLUDE:
- The signed Application Form.
- A one page letter describing what you think you’d like to do while at WSW, the studio you would like to work in, and your teaching experience.
- Relevant experience working with youth.
- A CD with ten clearly marked images of recent work. An image script with descriptive text, which should include title, medium, dimension, and date. Check our FAQ sheet for digital specifications. WSW reserves the right not to review applications that are not properly formatted.
- Applicants who do not want to receive decision information by EMAIL can include a Self Addressed Stamped Envelope (SASE). APPLICATION MATERIALS WILL NOT BE RETURNED UNLESS REQUESTED and adequate postage and packaging material is included with the application.
SEND ALL OF THE ABOVE TO:
WSW, P.O. Box 489, Rosendale, NY 12472