Experienced Snow Farm students and other artists are invited to spend five days in our studios pursuing independent work in the company of a small group of other artists. Snow Farm will provide ample personal space in a shared studio (residencies will have fewer people per studio than a typical workshop), housing, and meals. Most studios will have unrestricted 24-hour access; for safety reasons, some studios will require working in pairs after 9 pm.
No instruction is available during the residency. Studio monitors will assure the safe and proper use of equipment, but they are not instructors and they will also be working on personal projects. In kiln/stained glass and ceramics, studio monitors will schedule firings. In flamework, they will manage annealing schedules.
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To get the most out of a residency experience, all participants are expected to stay on campus.
To apply for a residency, we ask a few simple questions about your experience and your plans for the time. The application is not evaluative but will assure that our studio will meet your needs. Application will be reviewed on a rolling basis and accepted participants can expect to hear from us within about a month with information about how to register and pay.