Residency Opportunity-University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

Residency Opportunity-University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, ND

The University of North Dakota’s Department of Art and Design is accepting applications for our artist-in-residence (AIR) program. The one-year residency is from August 15, 2012 to August 1, 2013 with the possibility of a one-year extension (for a total of 2 years) for an emerging professional clay artist. We welcome applications from the US and abroad.

Residence will have:

• 12x20 semi-private room
• access to wood, salt, soda, raku, wood raku, electric and reduction kilns
• access to glaze materials
• 24/7 studio access
• Free wood for wood firings
• access to nationally recognized clay workshop artists
• solo show at end of year

Please contact Wesley Smith at the University of North Dakota Dept of Art and Design with inquiries or for application materials.
undartistresidency@hotmail.com

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