Glass artist opportunities at Pilchuck in 2024
Pilchuck Glass School in Washington State, US, is offering a variety of residency opportunities for glass artists in 2024. All applications must be submitted by 8 December 2023, apart from the Emerging Artist in Residence programme, which has a deadline of 12 January 2024.
The Better Together Annual Residency takes place from 8-18 May 2024 and is a collaboration with Better Together and Hilltop Artists to provide Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour (BIPOC) artists with use of the facilities to create new work and build community collaboration. Find out more and apply via this link.
The John H Hauberg Fellowship Residency, named after Pilchuck’s co-founder, offers an opportunity for collaboration among a group of a minimum of three – and up to six – established professional artists. The residency runs from 8-17 May 2024. Hauberg Fellows work both individually and as a group to create art that responds to Pilchuck’s natural environment and/or utilises the school’s non-hot glassmaking facilities. Visual artists in all media, as well as writers, poets, art critics and curators are encouraged to submit proposals with a collaborative concept or theme. The intent is to focus on projects and ideas that will inspire creative endeavours long after the fellowship ends. Artists must apply as a group. Find out more and apply via this link.
The Innovation in Image Residency (8-17 May 2024) presents an opportunity for knowledgeable, inventive image makers to come and explore the potential of Pilchuck’s digital imaging lab and print studio and to experiment with new ways to combine imagery and glass. Find out more and apply via this link.
The Emerging Artist in Residence programme takes place from 3 October until 13 November 2024. The 2024 cohort will be artists from around the world, selected by a jury. Applicants must submit a specific project proposal. Applications must be made by 12 January 2024. More details and application via this link.
Pilchuck Glass School is at 1201-316th St NW, Stanwood, WA 98292, US. https://www.pilchuck.org