Artists in Residence are integral to the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center programming as they create sculpture and interact with the arts community. They comprise an important facet of our creative learning environment, providing a look at diverse artistic processes. Residents come from around the world, as well as Vermont and other states in this country. Artist residencies vary in duration from one week to several months.
2016 JURIED ARTISTS IN RESIDENCIES
The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center hosts sculptor Stephanie Robison as Artist in Residence during August 2016. Robison is currently working and teaching in the San Francisco Bay area. She has a BFA degree from Marylhurst University and an MFA from the University of Oregon. Her approach to creating sculpture is “based on a continuous searching of the materials’ intrinsic qualities and its possibilities for expression,” often contradicting their original forms and structure. http://www.stephanierobison.com/
Stephanie Robison will be creating new work during her residency and will present her methods and aesthetic in an Artist’s Talk the evening of Wednesday, August 10, 2016 at 7 PM. Free and open to the public, for more information: (802) 438-2097 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Robert Haskell – The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center is hosting sculptor Robert Haskell as Artist in Residence during June 2016. Haskell has a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Sculpture from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and currently teaches in Bar Harbor, Maine. His multi-media works explore physical phenomena through sculpture. Robert is creating new work during his residency. For more information: (802) 438-2097 or email@example.com.
Ivan Alberto Rojas Tovar – In July, CSSC will host Peruvian sculptor Ivan Alberto Rojas Tovar as Artist in Residence during July 2016. Rojas studied at Toulouse Lautrec Academy of Graphic Design and Ricardo Palma University. He works with clearly defined purpose to release expressive shapes from their encasement in stone and wood.
Ivan Rojas will be creating new work during his residency and will present his methods and aesthetic in an Artist’s Talk the evening of Wednesday, July 13, 2016 at 7 PM. Free and open to the public, for more information: (802) 438-2097 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The CSSC Artist Advisory Committee selects from applicants and determines awards of fully funded (includes studio space and support, stipend, housing and meals) and partially funded (includes studio space and support) artist residencies. To apply for a residency at the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center, please submit up to ten images of your artwork, a resumé/CV, an artist’s statement, a range of desired dates to: email@example.com or the Carving Studio and Sculpture Center; P.O. Box 495; West Rutland, VT 05777 (and SASE for return of materials, if desired) .
INDEPENDENT ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE
Opportunities for independent work are available and fees include indoor and/or outdoor space, compressed air, water and electricity. Membership discount(s) apply. Further information is available upon request: firstname.lastname@example.org
Serious students of sculpture will gain invaluable knowledge through their participation in our Intern Program as studio assistants. In return for maintenance of the campus and assistance to instructors, interns are compensated with a small stipend, in addition to room and board. Resident Interns take part in workshops, work independently, have access to our art studios for learning and creating, as well as sculpture tools, materials and supplies, and constitute a vital presence at the CSSC. Intern selection takes place in the early spring for the following season.
To apply for a Carving Studio and Sculpture Center Resident Internship, please mail or e-mail up to ten images of your artwork, a resumé/biography, a statement describing how you expect your artistic development to benefit from the internship to: email@example.com or The Carving Studio and Sculpture Center; P.O. Box 495; West Rutland, VT 05777 (and a SASE for return of materials, if desired) .
Resident Interns who are enrolled in a Fine Arts degree program may be able to earn college course credits for their participation. The prospective Resident Intern should contact his or her college for more information on whether this is possible.