From its beginning in 1937, André Smith viewed The Research Studio as a place for artists to gather, collaborate, experiment, and grow. That spirit is alive and well today as the A&H’s Maitland Art Center revisits its roots through a variety of programs designed to enrich the artistic community.
ARTIST-IN-RESIDENCE PROGRAM: Artists from around the country living and working at the A&H for three, six, or nine week residencies.
The application for the 2017-18 Artist-in-Residence program is now available at http://artandhistory.org/education/residencies. No applications will be accepted before July 4 or after September 4.
A word from former Artists-in-Residence:
“This residency gave me a community, grounds, and stimulating architectural landmark to work from. I felt so inspired carrying on an original vision, combining art and architecture, working within a loving history.”
– Elizabeth Condon, A&H Artist-in-Residence, January 2017
“This was a very valuable experience to experiment with new work and approaches in a lovely environment. Everyone on campus was dedicated to making my time here as easy as possible to get lots of work done — and delightful as individuals!”
– Jeri Eisenberg, A&H Artist-in-Residence, April 2017