NYFA: New York Foundation for the Arts
Address 5707 Smith Avenue
Baltimore,MD 21209
Phone Number (410)578-1919
Fax Number (410)578-0058
TTY Number
Email [email protected]
Website http://www.baltimoreclayworks.org
Executive Director Sarah McCann
Founding Year 1980
Incorporating Year 1980
Mission Statement Baltimore Clayworks exists to develop, sustain, and promote an artist-centered community that provides outstanding artistic, educational, and collaborative programs in ceramics.
Program Name Ceramics Studio Residency
Program Contact Jim Dugan, Resident Artist Coordinator
Program Phone
Program Email [email protected]
Year Program Founded 0
Description of Service Residencies at Baltimore Clayworks range from 1 to 5 years and begin each September. Studio access at Baltimore Clayworks includes workspace, storage, parking, consignment gallery, equipment and facilities access, technical consulting, teaching opportunities, master workshop opportunities, and exhibition opportunities.
Conditions/Public Service Requirements Applications due April 15, annually. Access Fees for individual studio space at Clayworks are $185.00 per month. At the beginning of an artist’s residency, they must pay studio fees one month in advance as well as a one-month security deposit for the space. Because artists are engaging in a community based residency, they are expected to perform weekly studio chores, participate in both studio and organizational functions, and help with fundraising events. Residents are also responsible for paying all material and firing fees in a timely manner. Although Baltimore Clayworks is helpful in finding local and convenient lodging, residents must make their own housing arrangements
Award Website http://www.baltimoreclayworks.org/artists/become_a_resident.html
Related Arts
Visual ArtsCeramics
Residency Programs Open to Applicants Worldwide
Gender No Requirement
Age No Requirement
Can Previous Awardees Re-apply?
  • No Requirement
Career Point
  • No Requirement
Special Population
  • No Requirement
Other Restrictions Residencies are open to clay artists worldwide but applicants should not be current students enrolled in a degree-granting program throughout any portion of their residency.