THE MAPLE TERRACE ARTIST RESIDENCY PROGRAM
View from December/January artist in residence Ellen Rutt's studio
The Maple Terrace Artist Residency Program is a community building project that provides emerging artists the opportunity to have an affordable and inspiring place to live and make work in Brooklyn, NY. In addition to a rigorous schedule of studio visits with our Guests of Honor (influential artists, curators, gallerists, and collectors) selected Resident Artists are guided by the foundation's founder, Leah Guadagnoli before, during, and after their residency. Artists not currently living in the NYC area are encouraged to apply though all applications will be considered.
Previous Resident Artists:
Moody Rose Christopher
Previous Guests of Honor: Paolo Arao, Asya Geisberg Gallery, Brent Auxier, Ina Babaeva, Natalie Baxter, Todd Bienvenu, Amy Boone-McCreesh, Lindsay Burke, Jerry Blackman, Chris Bogia, Maria Brito, Jared Buckhiester, Courtney Childress, Lauren Clay, Gaby Collins-Fernandez, Peter Luke Colon, Francisco Correa Cordero, Amie Cunat, Wilding Cran Gallery, Corydon Cowansage, DC Moore Gallery, Denny Dimin Gallery, Doppelgänger Projects, Craig Drennen, Sonia Dutton, Benjamin Edmiston, Sharona Elisaff, Alex Epstein, Mark Joshua Epstein, Florencia Escudero, Field Projects, Marcela Florido, Mandy Lyn Ford, Sarah Fuhrman, Paul Gagner, Phoebe Grip, Dan Gratz, Marc Handelman, Heidi Hahn, Erin Hinz, Catherine Haggerty, Delphine Hennelly, Eric Hibit, Justine Hill, Will Hutnick, Nick Irzyk, Haley Josephs, Emily Kiacz, Hein Koh, Tyler Lafreniere, Karen Lederer, Eric Legris, Doron Langberg, Jim Lee, Leslie-Lohman Museum, Leif Low-Beer, Lubov Gallery, Ryan Patrick Martin, Elliot Purse, Calli Moore, Mother Gallery, Aliza Morell, Mrs. Gallery, Heidi Norton, Ortega y Gasset Projects, Alison Reimus, Resort Gallery, Jacob Rhodes, Christopher Roberson, Cordy Ryman, Sara Maria Salamone, Carolyn Salas, Gabriel J. Shuldiner, Pacifico Silano, Jennifer Simmons, Sarah Slappey, Michael Stamm, Adam Sultan, Emily Sussman, Valerie Suter, Trestle Gallery, Zahar Vaks, Victori + Mo Gallery, Rob Westerholm, Shane Walsh, and Wendy White.
2019 PROGRAM INFORMATION
June 1-June 30 | August 1-August 31
Application deadline: April 7, 2019 (notifications will go out by April 15th)
What is included:
Residency Fee: $1,500.
This is a subsidized cost for rent and utilities made possible by the generosity of visual artist Roxanne Jackson. Must be cat friendly! We can help facilitate the acquisition of additional funding to help cover costs associated with residency (fee, travel, supplies, etc). Each application fee helps make the program more affordable for each artist!
To be considered, please e-mail the following to email@example.com: