NYFA: New York Foundation for the Arts
Address 315 West 36th Street
New York,NY 10018
Phone Number (212)226-0573
Fax Number (212)226-6088
TTY Number
Website http://www.dieudonne.org/
Executive Director Ms. Kathleen Flynn
Founding Year 1976
Incorporating Year 1987
Mission Statement Dieu Donne is a non-profit artist workspace dedicated to the creation, promotion and preservation of contemporary art in the hand papermaking process. In support of this mission, Dieu Donne collaborates with artists and partners with the professional visual arts community.
Program Name Workspace Program
Program Contact
Program Phone
Program Email [email protected]
Year Program Founded 1990
Description of Program The Workspace Program offers annual residencies to provide emerging New York State based artists with the opportunity to explore hand papermaking and to utilize its processes to produce a body of work. The residency includes introduction to the medium and process, 5 days in the studio with a dedicated papermaking collaborator, 2 papermaking workshops, an exhibition opportunity in the Dieu Donné ground floor gallery, and digital documentation of all the work created during the residency.
Conditions/Public Service Requirements Each artist is asked to donate two pieces to the Dieu Donné Archive of Paper Art. The archive is used as a study collection and for exhibition purposes
Award Website http://residencies.dieudonne.org/
Where does the program take place? Arts Center
Does this program primarily support the creation of new work? Yes
Support or Services Provided as part of the Program
  • Studio Space
  • Facilities/Equipment Access
  • Exhibition Space/Opportunity
  • Technical Support/Professional Development
  • Master Artist Support/Mentorship
  • Publication/catalog
  • Documentation
  • Materials
Description of Support or Services
Amount Awarded by this Program (if an award)
Related Arts
Visual ArtsWorks on Paper
New YorkAnyAnyAny
Gender No Requirement
Age No Requirement
Can Previous Awardees Re-apply?
  • No Requirement
Career Point
  • Emerging
Special Population
  • No Requirement
Other Restrictions This residency is for New York State emerging artists only. Dieu Donné defines an emerging artist as "an artist who is professionally unrecognized but stylistically evolved." Artists from all disciplinary and cultural backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Applications will not be accepted from students enrolled in undergraduate or graduate degree programs during the program year.
Total Number of Applicants (annually) 111
Total Number of Recipients (annually) 3
Total Number of Awards (annually) 3
Total Amount Awarded by this Program (annually) $0
Procedure Open Application
Contact Requirements
Material/Process Application available online in spring. Applicants will be asked to submit ten JPGs suitable for projection, a CV or resume, and to answer a few questions regarding their working process and how a residency at Dieu Donné might further their artistic practice.
Application Fee $0
Exact Deadline
Approximate Deadline May 15
Rolling Deadline No
Ideal Contact Month for New Application and Guidelines March
Selection Process/Criteria Resident artists will be selected by panel and interview process to participate in the Workspace Program.
Notification Process
Are awardees required to submit a Final Report? False
Awardee's Public Service Requirement? Each artist is asked to donate two pieces to the Dieu Donné Archive of Paper Art. The archive is used as a study collection and for exhibition purposes