WSW Hands-On-Art Visiting Artist Project
Awarded by Women's Studio Workshop (WSW)
To assist an emerging artist in the creation of a new artist's book, while also working with school children in WSW's studio-based Art-In-Education programme.
Open to all artists. Emerging artists are encouraged to apply.
A stipend of up to US$400 per week for 10 weeks, plus materials of up to US$750 and housing plus travel costs
Applicants must apply through a two-part application. Artists apply to WSW, WSW juries and then applies to other funding sources. Artists must submit a one-sentence description plus half-page description of their intended artist book project, including details of the medium to be used for printing the book, number of pages, page size, edition size (100 preferred), a structural dummy, materials budget, a curriculum vitae, a one-page description of relevant work experience with young people, ten slides of recent work and a stamped addressed envelope.
The Women's Studio Workshop (WSW) is an artist-run workshop with facilities for printmaking, papermaking, photography, book arts and ceramics. WSW supports the creation of new work through studio residency and annual book arts grant programmes and an ongoing subsidized fellowship programme. WSW offers studio-based educational programming in the above disciplines through its annual Summer Arts Institute.